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Old 05-09-2020, 01:52 AM   #1
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Various embedded videos I've downloaded have downloaded as dozens of .ts file located in a _tmp_folder instead of a single video file. Each video exists as dozens of .ts files in its own _tmp_folder. I'm currently using the Firefox add-on "Video DownloadHelper" by mig



https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/video-downloadhelper/?src=search


I generally watch the videos using VLC Player. Is there any way to download these videos as a single file that plays as a single video? Is there a way to consolidate the dozens of micro-clips into one full video? Thank you.
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That is how they are being stored at the source. In other words, what you see in your download folder is how they are stored on the server.

You could likely create a single file after they are downloaded. But you can't change the file types while downloading.


I've also seen this question several places now. If you are going to SPAM support sites with the same question, at least mention that you asked numerous times and where you asked.
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I've also seen this question several places now. If you are going to SPAM support sites with the same question, at least mention that you asked numerous times and where you asked.

Agreed. Please read this >> https://www.excelguru.ca/content.php?184


Also, I notice, on a couple of forum sites, you had perfectly reasonable replies, yet you couldn't be bothered to acknowledge their response.


Same applies to some of your threads here at TSF which, imo is not good either.
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