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get-flash-videos - A command line program to download flash videos

Apr 09, 2010, 13:42 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Download videos from various Flash-based video hosting sites, without having to use the Flash player. Handy for saving videos for watching offline, and means you don't have to keep upgrading Flash for sites that insist on a newer version of the player.

"Includes support for the following sites/players (and more!):

* YouTube, eHow, Brightcove (used by many sites like Channel 4, Daily Telegraph …), BBC (news, etc), Metacafe, 5min, Google, fliqz, nicovideo, vimeo, Blip, Break, Collegehumor, Muzu, Sevenload, Megavideo, Wat.tv.

* Also includes a 'generic' method which works on many other sites.

"You can check project home page

Install get-flash-videos in Ubuntu

"Open the terminal and run the following commands , this installs it system-wide or download .deb package from here"

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