how do you save movie trailers with quicktime?

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by jkoXP, Sep 5, 2002.

  1. jkoXP

    jkoXP Guest

    i have the latest version, and when i goto a movies website to view the trailer, i would like to save it.... its not saved in my temp internet files... is there another way to save them so i dont need to access their website to view the trailer everytime?
  2. Khayman

    Khayman I'm sorry Hal... Political User Folding Team

    you need to register (buy it), in order to save them
  3. jkoXP

    jkoXP Guest

    ok cool, ill have to do that... cus id like to collect them and other movie/trailers.. didnt realize that was an option ;)
  4. jawshoouh

    jawshoouh Guest

    there's some option in the QuickTime control panel that toggles saving the movie in cache or not (kiosk mode?)...can't remember the exact thing, don't have QT installed on this work PC, but it's not ON by default, so you'll wanna change that.
  5. DrMetallica

    DrMetallica OSNN Senior Addict

    yeah, there's a chache option, but it's up to you to find the directory
  6. Jebay

    Jebay Guest

    Or you could just go here ( ) and right click and hit 'save target as'. It works for me. :)
  7. NetRyder

    NetRyder Tech Junkie Folding Team

    New York City
    You need to have Quicktime Pro (not free) to save them unless they are links in a format that can be downloaded like a normal file (eg: .mov)
  8. NeoShaggy

    NeoShaggy Guest

    In win98 you just have to search in the windows directory for *.mov files, but in winXP I can't find the files, but I know they're saved cause when I open the movie page again it doesn't need to download it again.

    Edit: I found it, after the browser finish downloading the movie, go to Control Panel, Internet Options, in the Temporary Internet files tab select configuration, you can go to the temporary files from there and copy them anywhere you want.

    I have win XP in spanish so maybe I traduced options names wrong to english. :p