Saving dynamic streaming video

  • Install command line PHP interpreter and php5-curl, if you don’t already have them
    • sudo apt-get install php5-cli
    • sudo apt-get install php5-curl
  • Add HDS Link Detector add-on to your Firefox
  • Get AdobeHDS.php script
  • (Optional) Read some on what it is all about
  • In Firefox click on the grey HDS Link Detector icon so that it becomes red (i.e. enable it)
  • Go to the page which contains your dynamic streaming video
  • Wait for a long and cryptic message to pop up at the HDS Link Detector icon, then click on it to copy it to clipboard
  • Start a terminal window in directory where the AdobeHDS.php script is
  • Paste into the window the long and cryptic message which you copied and run it as command
  • Enjoy!

 

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