Daniel Dimitrov

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Recently I bought an online course, but it's subscription-based and I cannot afford to keep paying, so I want to download the vids. I could screen capture them, but in that case a lot of quality is lost and it takes a very long time. Here's what happens when I right-click the video: http://prntscr.com/ggzy5l

I tried downloading it using methods on YouTube, but it turns out that the video is somehow sliced on lots of 10sec parts, most likely to prevent this. Any other way?
 

mnunes532

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Try inspecting the source and check if there is an url for the entire video. right click anywhere the page, inspect element, then select the video and look for a video url.
 

midnightmixes

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Have you tried to inspect element, go to the network tab and click on media, then reload the page.
That usually works for some sites to figure out where something is streaming from.
 
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