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Is There A Way To Force Sites To Load An Entire Video

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#1 JohnDorx


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Posted 10 July 2017 - 12:22 PM

Hello BC Users,


On my morning and evening commutes I like to watch TV shows on my laptop. It is not connected to the internet so I will load 1-2 shows on a host site such as TheVideoMe, VidTo.Me, DaClips.com etc. the previous night before I leave.


Usually it takes 30-90 minutes for the entire video to load while paused. Recently, I am not sure if it is my computer or a change to these sites, but they'll only load ahead 2-4 minutes. If you're watching the video in real time this is fine, but this obviously takes off the notion of loading the whole thing and watching it later while offline.


I've seen a few extensions that allow you to force the whole video to load for Youtube, but does anyone know if there is a Chrome extension or way to do this for other sites?


Any help would be appreciated.

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#2 Just_One_Question


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Posted 14 July 2017 - 04:15 PM

Very good question. I used to do the same and would like to know if someone has further information as well.:)

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