How can I download streaming video from

Joseph September 30, 2011

I would like to know if there is any way that I can download streaming videos from, specifically for this show.

To note, I’ve tried many programs [Replay, Jaksta, even Firefox add-ons] and none work.

Thank you!

  1. Joseph
    October 1, 2011 at 8:22 pm

    Thanks for the answers, however as for Orbit Downloader I already tried it before this post and it doesn't work

    • Mjevolve
      October 1, 2011 at 8:33 pm

      ok , so Orbit does not work ..

      did you check the Image i posted . ?

      IDM , Internet Download Manager easily captured the streaming link .

      see where it says -- Download This Video .

      and did you try -- URL Snooper . 
      ( a bit advanced but not difficult ..)

      • Jeff Fabish
        October 1, 2011 at 11:00 pm

        Orbit Download simply can not dowload the video, as it is not being saved to any location. It understands there is a file being streamed, but that's not all that helpful. We see that it says "Download This Video", but you can't "Download This Video" (:

        The link you provided to URL Snooper was broken.

      • Joseph
        October 3, 2011 at 8:45 pm

        Thanks for the support to all the users.

        I have a question Mjevolve.

        I decided to try URLSnooper 2 [went on youtube for tutorial], however said program is not working for me as I'm getting the following error message "ERROR - Failed to find a suitable network driver". I updated all my drivers with drivermax and manually with Windows Device Manager. Still not working ?!?

        For the program itself per the youtube video in the "General Options" tab I unclicked "Auto determine Network Adapter on Startup" AND thus to find the network adapter I click "Auto Determine Network Adapter Now".

        Would you happen to know how I can resolve this issue.

        Thank you,

        • Mjevolve
          October 3, 2011 at 9:10 pm

          hello joseph , 
          you see the URL Snooper app is a network traffic analyzer .
          you need a tool to capture the network traffic first .

          this is done with WinPcap (  ) .

          WinPcap captures the network adapter and then the traffic on that Adapter , 
          which is then analyzed by URL Snooper to identify any multimedia links in it .

          WinPcap is automatically installed when you install URL Snooper , 
          how ever try this .

          Uninstall URL Snooper and restart your system .

          Download WinPcap and install it first .

          Then Install URL Snooper , and where it asks for WinPcap Installation just ignore it .

          restart yours system, now run URL Snooper and set it to Auto Detect the newtwork Adapter .

          It should be able to .

          if not , try for a manual search of the adapter in the settings of URL Snooper .

          if it still does not , 
          try turning your wireless off , and connect it via an Ethernet cable and now run URL Snooper . 

          it should be able to detect the Adapter atleast one of the ways ..

          try and good luck ...

          tell if you need more help .....

        • Joseph
          October 3, 2011 at 9:19 pm

          Thanks Mjevolve, greatly appreciated

        • Andrea Borruso
          October 15, 2011 at 8:45 am

          It works thank you.

          I have used the URL copied from URL Snooper as source for VLC streaming download.


        • Joseph
          October 18, 2011 at 8:27 pm

          Andrea, I was wondering if you can do me a favorite
          I still can't get this to work a reason of which I don't understand
          If I provide you the web links [so far 5] to a specific Italian show would you be able to provide me with the URL link from URL Snooper as source in order that I may use VLC to stream the download

        • Andrea Borruso
          October 18, 2011 at 8:29 pm

          Hi Joseph paste here one of your URL and I'll try as soon as possible.

  2. Mjevolve
    September 30, 2011 at 10:29 pm

    yes thats possible .

    >>check here --- 

    you see the button that says --- "Download this video."

    just click and you are done .

    this little tool comes along with Internet Download Manager ( )

    a very good program and highly recommended .

    >> there is one more tool , especially if you dont want to spend money on IDM , but this one is a little advanced 
    --- URL Snooper (

    it would analyze your network data and look for any streaming multimedia links and then show it to you .

    enter that link in any of your preferred Download Managers and Done .!

    >>one more option you can try is -- Orbit Downloader (
    it too has a very good streaming media capturing tool .

    hope it helps ....!  :)

  3. Jeff Fabish
    September 30, 2011 at 7:32 pm

    These applications don't work because the stream isn't saved. For example, Replay searches the server for the location of the video, since a "stream" is never saved, rather only presented, it can not be downloaded by traditional video downloaders. 

    I don't know of any way to download a stream, however you can record the stream (video+audio) using CamStudio or Camtasia. 

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