jon at hogue.org
Sat Jan 8 20:56:54 EST 2011
I've found real player useful for downloading all kinds of video that
is typically not easily downloadable. And it's free (beer).
Although, it is not free (speech), and has a slimy past (used to be
adware on windows a decade ago), they seem to be playing more
straight these days.
On Saturday, January 8, 2011, Thomas W. cranston
<cranston.thomas at gmail.com> wrote:
> Where does Austin City Limits hide their stream in my computer? Ubuntu
> I have to download at the library, as I only have dialup.
> I go You Tube to download videos of people that I am trying out for. You
> Tube puts the download in /tmp. I drag it over to somewhere in /home. I
> am then able to take it home and learn their material.
> I streamed ACL 1/1/11 (Cheap Trick) this week at the Library. It does
> not show up in tmp. Any idea where they hide it? Does streaming work
> different than downloading a You Tube video?
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