Is there any way to download the MS video Lectures

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by hmmm, Sep 7, 2007.

  1. hmmm

    hmmm Guest

    Mark Russinovich has two excellent sessions on
    I've signed in, but can't seem to view it in Firefox, so the Unplug add-in
    is useless for this.

    I also can't see any applicable links when I view the source properties.
    Any suggestions?

    The sessions are (and you probably need a msn or hotmail address to see

    Advanced Malware Cleaning:

    (check the misspelling from the 2nd from bottom link - Freeware

    Troubleshooting with Sysinernals Process Monitor

    The presentation downloads are just the powerpoint options.
    I could let it run for the full show and check my Documents and Settings
    \temp internet files, but that seems like a real time waster.
    hmmm, Sep 7, 2007
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  2. hmmm

    why? Guest

    xpost cut to 24hshs.

    How about between -

    a) Hide synchronized presentation (the gif that's an arrow orange/white)

    There is a comment, <!-- video -->

    type="application/x-oleobject" VIEWASTEXT>
    <param name="URL"

    b) the background for the play and pause buttons

    That's why it's all scripted a stream.
    Wait until it's distributed via Technet / MSDN subscriptions.
    Just a Windows Live ID will do.
    There are usually lots of questions on saving some from of streaming


    why?, Sep 7, 2007
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    Tester Guest

    I WAS able to get Firefox to work, although when I used Unplug, all I
    got were Adobe/Macromedia Flash URL's.

    I tried URLSnooper ( and I got the following URL's
    for the second choice. (complete show)


    If you want to download these Url's to disk there are a few programs
    for mms/rtsp including Mass Downloader and Xisoft NetTransport.
    Tester, Sep 7, 2007
  4. hmmm

    hmmm Guest

    Thanks. Just tried SDP Multimedia Downloader and it was able to find and
    start downloading the mms link, but in real time. Unfortunately, it's
    not compatible with rtsp links. Do the ones you mentioned download in
    real streaming time, or are they able to download the file directly from
    the server?
    hmmm, Sep 7, 2007
  5. Here are a couple Russinovich videos.
    Michael Rainey, Sep 8, 2007
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    Plato Guest

    I believe Mark sold his content to MS. So, you now have to use what MS
    wants you to use to view.
    Plato, Sep 9, 2007
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