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#1 f_farraday

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Posted 06 June 2013 - 04:46 PM

Hello, all.

 

I am one who prefers to use my PC for virtually everything which includes watching videos online. However I have a problem. My internet connection isn't stable and keeps disconnecting every so often. My question is is it at all possible to find the video links on a site? I don't mean the page link, I mean the actual video link itself. What I intend to do is paste it into my download manager so that if when my connection refuses to participate, it won't waste the download but will continue after.

 

I know you can use KeepVid for sites like YouTube and Metacafe, but for others it doesn't work. I installed an add-on for FF to allegedly capture videos but I couldn't see anything. It told me there'd be a button but I looked and couldn't find a thing. I also went to customise the browser to see if I had to manually place it there but that didn't show anything, either.

 

To explain my question:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqOc-3DSnsY
is the page link for "GTA San Andreas - Walkthrough - Mission #96 - Cut Throat Business (HD)". One of the actual video links for that particular video on that particular page, depending on which quality you choose, is:
http://r4---sn-8pgbpohxqp5-auoe.c.youtube.com/videoplayback?key=yt1&id=12a39cfb70d29ec6&fexp=901476%2C900352%2C924605%2C928201%2C901208%2C929117%2C929123%2C929915%2C929906%2C925714%2C929919%2C929119%2C931202%2C928017%2C912512%2C912518%2C906906%2C904830%2C930807%2C919373%2C906836%2C933701%2C900816%2C912711%2C930621%2C929606%2C910075&ipbits=8&newshard=yes&expire=1370579296&ratebypass=yes&sver=3&sparams=cp%2Cid%2Cip%2Cipbits%2Citag%2Cratebypass%2Csource%2Cupn%2Cexpire&cp=U0hWRVVSV19OUENONl9NTEFDOmw0b0V1SWxOX3Zl&upn=VEJJg825fDw&ip=62.252.179.108&ms=au&itag=22&mt=1370554179&mv=u&source=youtube&signature=D967AA8DFB204E0BEC80F713A14AA9E0B703AAA3.BD7028682552E069DBE68689EA90E458A6800925&title=GTA%20San%20Andreas%20-%20Walkthrough%20-%20Mission%20%2396%20-%20Cut%20Throat%20Business%20%28HD%29

 

Is it at all possible to find similar video links on any site so I can paste it into my download manager? I have tried looking in the page source and going to save media in FF looking in there to see if it would show me, but I couldn't find anything. I don't understand how a webpage can have a video on it but not have anything in the source to show the actual video link; it's as if it's there but not there at the same time.

 

Thanks.



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