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    If this is not in the right section, someone please move it to where it is most appropriate. Having downloaded a series of ten [average 10 minute] videos from You Tube all by the same speaker dealing with one subject, I intent to use ConvertXtoDVD to make it suitable to burn to DVD so it can be viewed on TV. In the past when I have done this, each clip must be clicked in succession to view the whole program. Is there a way to string them all together so when the first is clicked the others follow on automatically? Thanks Dave.
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    [quote name='Silver Fox' post='783122' date='05-Jul-2009 12:50']If this is not in the right section, someone please move it to where it is most appropriate. Having downloaded a series of ten [average 10 minute] videos from You Tube all by the same speaker dealing with one subject, I intent to use ConvertXtoDVD to make it suitable to burn to DVD so it can be viewed on TV. In the past when I have done this, each clip must be clicked in succession to view the whole program. Is there a way to string them all together so when the first is clicked the others follow on automatically? Thanks Dave. [/quote]
    You did not mention which version you have, someone on Youtube has an instruction video ConvertXtoDVD 3 Guide which states to keep total number of combined files below 2-3 hours and shows how to combine the files.
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    [quote name='IMNetUser' post='783139' date='05-Jul-2009 19:54']You did not mention which version you have, someone on Youtube has an instruction video ConvertXtoDVD 3 Guide which states to keep total number of combined files below 2-3 hours and shows how to combine the files.[/quote]


    Thanks Scott.... I am using using ConvertXtoDVD version 3 and seeing the the series of 6 x 10 minute clips adds up to well below the 2-3 hours you mention I think the link explains what I aim to achieve.... Kind regards Dave.
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    [quote name='Silver Fox' post='783327' date='07-Jul-2009 13:42']Thanks Scott.... I am using using ConvertXtoDVD version 3 and seeing the the series of 6 x 10 minute clips adds up to well below the 2-3 hours you mention I think the link explains what I aim to achieve.... Kind regards Dave.[/quote]

    Please permit me to revive this thread as another minor hurdle has obviated itself. Using Youtube downloader I find it easy to download some of the lectures which are in increments of 10 minutes max and will endeavour to string them together once I get the hang of the tutorial mentioned by Scott. The first 10 minute clip of the testimony just happens to be available [also] on "myspace" and has a little more dialogue at the beginning so I thought I would try to download that version using <saveid.com> [see attachment] After pasting the url into the search field of saveid.com and clicking the Save tab it all seemed to go ok but where it has saved the file is a complete mystery to me. Two questions please; Where might I find the said downloaded file seeing - unlike Youtubedownloader - the latter program does not give an option as to where the file is to be saved & is there some other free prog that I can use to download videos from "myspace" Thank you. Dave [attachment=84638:saveid.com.png]
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    [quote name='Silver Fox' post='783878' date='09-Jul-2009 19:18'][/quote]
    You can try DownloadHelper - Media download Firefox extension if you run Firefox. It's free.

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