SPeedY_B said:As punk says, I'm sure there's something in the options regarding it.
If you buy (yes, buy....yeck, I know) QuickTime Pro, you can simply save the movies right off the page.
Nice job fitz, I never even thought about that!fitz said:Funkyb,
Normally, those 2k files are shortcuts that point to the final location of the .mov file. Try opening the 2k shortcut in a text editor. It should contain a link to the full .mov file.
From there, you can either open that link from the text file in your browser and see if quicktime will then cache the full movie or, my preference is to write a plain old static .html page with the link to the move. Then you can do a right-click/save as.. from any browser.
yeah, I actually wasn't going to sign up at all. But this was a problem I actually knew how to fix and I figured I would share my knowledge.Funkyb said:I like your style fitz. Straight in, first post and my problem solved.