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recording streaming video in Leopard


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I have four videos at a painting site I purchased to view as needed.
I would like to record these videos, as I never know how long web material will be around.

I have tried making all files visible in Terminal, opening the streaming video on the web, then looking for a temporaryfile, but I have had no luck.

Anyone know how to download a streaming video in Leopard?
I tried "cd/private/var/folders/ee/" in terminal but that is not a correct command.

Thanks. John R
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