David E. Ross wrote:
Try the Download YouTube Videos as MP4 extension from
Thanks, that extension works well, and is able to download a youtube
video, even if it uses ranges.
However, I'm more interested in how it's supposed to work with the
browser's built-in video player? If this type of video adheres to open
standards, which appears to be the case, then it should be possible for
the video player within the browser to detect the ranges and download
the full video...
Gerry Hickman (London UK)
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