In Safari. Window -- >Activity. Look for the largest file (usually named something .flv or has get_video in it) and double click it. <br><img src="http://img294.imagesha....us" /><br> It will download. <br>Then use iSquint to convert to a MP4 file. I've seen apps that download the file for you. But, I still use this method. In Firefox there are add-ons that do it too.<br><br>
Just did it for G4Dualie's cool fungus clip. Open up the activity viewer and find the file. The file has a weird link, like in this case: "http://lax-v55.lax.youtube.com/get_video?video_id=-REOyhRvvj0"<br>but you can usually tell by the size of the file.<br><br>Copy the link in the activity window, open your download window in Safari and hit paste. That will download it. Change the extension to ".flv" and you've got the video. Then use VisualHub, or the free iSquint, to convert it to any type of Quicktime-supported codec you want.<br><br>
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
And in case you didn't know, Google offers a proprietary downloadable player which can be used to view videos offered on video.google.com.<br><br>http://video.google.com/playerdownload<br><br>Umm...what you do with them after that is something you'll have to rectify with your own personal Flying Spaghetti Monster.<br><br><br><br>
Loc: Yuba City, California
Copy the link in the activity window, open your download window in Safari and hit paste.<br><br>Even easier is to double-click the file in the Activity Viewer and it will download.<br><br><br>M i c h a e l (OFI)
Loc: Yuba City, California
Sorry, but I haven't found a way around that one yet. However, I might suggest iShowU. Unlike Snapz, which produces huge bloated files and consumes gobs of hard drive space, iShowU is extremely versatile and is 50 bucks cheaper!<br><br><br>M i c h a e l (OFI)
I paid for Snapz a couple years ago, but also beta-tested iShowU for about six months. I haven't tried it since.<br><br>I'm sure both of those would work, but there must be a way to do it without watching the whole thing. This may require some digging, the old ways of doing it don't seem to work anymore. <br><br>
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