Gil, I seem to recall that you are also a non windows user, you could "wget" at a command line.
with appropriate options it will copy all or part of a web site.
PS choose options and starting page carefully or have plenty of space in the receiving Folder/Directory.
| I use Download Helper (in Firefox) to grab all sorts of videos and
store then | on my local drive. However, it does not seem to work for
Week in Review. All | it will capture from that site is an .mp3
(podcast), not the video. | Some sites have imbedded the video such that
it cannot be captured. So far I |have not found a way to pull Week in
Review video for later use. Gil (the original) On Monday, February 13,
2012 12:13:14 AM you wrote:
> I couldn't tell you the legality, but assuming it's covered under fair use,
> there are Firefox extensions available for downloading embedded videos.
> I've used one from downloadhelper.net before; and it works very well. You
> may also need something to view the files (I recommend VLC from
> Aaron Propes
> On Feb 12, 2012, at 7:19 PM, tj marlin wrote:
>> Anyone know how to capture the week in review to one's local computer?
>> Is it legal?