James Philp said:They have to put something into pro to make it worth it!
And never used Quicktime before apparently... it has been this way for as long as I can remember (at least since Quicktime 3).deanbo said:I just finished watching a trailer with Quicktime 7, right clicked (two button mouse) to save as source, and I got a message that I need Quicktime 7 Pro to do this.
How f*&%$*g ridiculous! (I just updated to Tiger by the way.)
I use my workaround (up above, and you can use SiteSucker for more than just that... one of the top 10 Mac apps IMHO) and ffmpegX.Xanderxxx said:edit for continuity
hmm, why even bother with sitesucker? Just View the source of the webpage, when you find the .mov file, type it into the safari window, then if it loads and plays with the .mov in the safari bar, just open the Safari Download window (Window ->Downloads) and then drag the address (ending in .mov) onto that (the download window). it's a real easy to have safari download the movie without having to use a 3rd party app. And no shady serials required. heck, it's not even 'wrong' . . .Mechcozmo said:
congrats! you just broke the law to save 20 dollars!FistfulofAngst said:(removed reference to piracy.)
this is not necessarily a recommendation for you to do the same...