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Unable to open downloaded video files from download library.


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#1 Wilbri

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Posted 11 August 2013 - 09:54 AM

O.S. Windows 7 professional.

Preferred search engine is Firefox using a google toolbar.

I have recently downloaded a number of videos which I need to conver into MPEG format to enable and old friend to view on his TV through a CD/DVD player.

The original meduim is You Tube which I downloaded through Fastest tube in using FLV format.

The folders are lodged in my downloads library where I have been unable to open them and I have no idea where the have been located.

 

I would be gratful if somone can assit me.


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#2 MzLindyOne

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Posted 14 August 2013 - 06:01 PM

Google "convert FLV to MPEG" without the quotation marks. :whistle:

You should find a free converter at cnet in the first entry. 

Don't forget to watch the install carefully to UNcheck the install of any "extras".



#3 HetfieldJ

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Posted 15 August 2013 - 02:35 PM

1. Go to fasttube setting and find the download folder.

 

2. If that doesn't work download and install free download manager

 

Download the desired video and you should find it in c/download/videos






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