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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Invizzible, Jun 21, 2006.
If so, how? What application do you use?
It's a Macromedia Flash movie, so I don't think you can easily save it in it's native format, but you can always - if you can afford it - use Snapz Pro X to capture it.
It downloads the video in a weird .flv file format, and I'm not sure of any Mac FLV players... But at least you've got the file?
Typical of me. I probably should have at least Googled it first... keepvid didn't link to any players for Mac, so I assumed there weren't any since VLC doesn't play it
Good to know. Thanks! Interesting that it just parses the HTML to create a link to the video from youtube itself.
A simple Google search brings up a lot of free, but not to easy ways to do it. You can save from Safari then convert to MP4 via something like FFMPEGX. But it can be a pain in the butt.
that's exactly what i've been doing. it works perfectly
hahaha, yeah. i've laughed at that a few times.