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Does anyone know how to download episodes of series from the Mako and Next app sites?


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Would be very helpful if you would give details on what you tried and what the results were.

I do not know how Next works because it's a paid VOD service from a hot company, but chances are it's pretty standard you can deal with ffmpeg to put together what playlist names an entire file. See example Here.

It seems that Mako has moved to the same business module of subscribers. How can you consume this garbage and more for money?

 

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Would be very helpful if you would give details on what you tried and what the results were.

I do not know how Next works because it's a paid VOD service from a hot company, but chances are it's pretty standard you can deal with ffmpeg to put together what playlist names an entire file. See example Here.

It seems that Mako has moved to the same business module of subscribers. How can you consume this garbage and more for money?

thank you very much for your answer. Some of what you wrote is Chinese for me (do not know what ffmpeg is), I am far from being a computer expert and the like. What I tried: I tried to download software like IDM, which were on the net that said it would help (as mentioned, I mentioned manuals, which did not help), but, as I wrote, the software does not recognize the files, or, they only manage to download tiny (irrelevant) files of a few kilobytes. Relevant if I write what I am interested in and help download? And as for junk: Indeed, the vast majority of what is televised is junk, at least, in recent years, but, there were times when that was not the case and some of the stuff from those times, came to Mako and Next's website.

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I corrected the link in "here". You can take a look at the discussion I'm talking about.

In any case you do not have to understand everything, you can mark a word and with the right click perform a search in the search engine you like and then read what it is.

Even anyone who is a "computer expert" does not know and remember everything.

 

Apparently all of these services use something that is Wowza style and then you basically upload a playlist made up of a lot of parts that are loaded in a series for streaming video.

I doubt software like IDM knows how to handle something like this so I recommended trying to check the URL location of that playlist and enable the magic of ffmpeg. The only problem is that it's content that is protected by authentication to the service from which it is broadcast so you will not be able to load it with a simple HTTP read, but will need to use something like cURL to use the session cookie you receive in the browser before that.

Maybe someone has already built software with a graphical interface for challengers doing all this ... On the other hand I do not think that companies that provide paid VOD services would just ignore it because it is a direct harm to their revenue.

 

Beyond that, they may also be running Someone who also does not let perform a screen puzzle.

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I corrected the link in "here". You can take a look at the discussion I'm talking about.

In any case you do not have to understand everything, you can mark a word and with the right click perform a search in the search engine you like and then read what it is.

Even anyone who is a "computer expert" does not know and remember everything.

 

Apparently all of these services use something that is Wowza style and then you basically upload a playlist made up of a lot of parts that are loaded in a series for streaming video.

I doubt software like IDM knows how to handle something like this so I recommended trying to check the URL location of that playlist and enable the magic of ffmpeg. The only problem is that it's content that is protected by authentication to the service from which it is broadcast so you will not be able to load it with a simple HTTP read, but will need to use something like cURL to use the session cookie you receive in the browser before that.

Maybe someone has already built software with a graphical interface for challengers doing all this ... On the other hand I do not think that companies that provide paid VOD services would just ignore it because it is a direct harm to their revenue.

 

Beyond that, they may also be running DRM Someone who also does not let perform a screen puzzle.

thank you very much for your answer. The link still leads to some short cartoon with a girl and a dog. Anyway, what I understood from the rest (and hopefully I did understand), with your offer to use search engines, is that the sites blocked all options to use these programs to make downloads and that you suggest locating the URL of the videos. I understand it right? If so, how do you find the same URL location? As mentioned, if you want, I will write what I am interested in (with links) and maybe, you can help with that. By the way, what I am interested in, from Mako, is open to the general public, without the need for payment and registration, only in the account .

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Oh, now, the link has been fixed (though, I doubt the proposed moves will be easy to make by someone like me): Let's start, as mentioned, from Mako, I would be happy if you check if what I am looking for is relevant to what you mentioned. Thank you. Interested in all the episodes. From the Next app, interested in all the episodes of a series called Parshas Hashavua.

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Mako require registration and Next TV is a subscription service.

In any case, any such service requires identification and approval with AAA before accessing the content at all.

 

See if you can perform a video puzzle then you will need to record "as before".

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Mako requires registration and Next TV is a subscription service.

In any case, any such service requires identification and approval with AAA before accessing the content at all.

 

See if you can perform a video puzzle then you will need to record "as before".

thank you very much for your answer. Next do require payment but in the link to Mako I just click on I already have an account And that is, just logging in through the Google account without having to open a new account (and although I do not have a unique account for Mako).

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Just because you have federated authentication does not mean you do not have an account. I sure do not want to connect anything to Mako.

So, if anyone has any other advice (and a preference, one that is not too complex to execute by people who are clearly not computer experts), I would be happy. If not, I guess I will have to be patient and wait until they come up on the pirate sites. Thanks.

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I suggested you try a screenshot.

Yes, I saw, thanks: in principle, there will be no problem, apart from the fact that probably, the matter will take a long time and the files come out huge, so, I prefer to wait until they go up to the pirate sites and only if not, try.

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Indeed, there is a problem here that you need to leave the capture on from start to finish, without interruptions, to record the content. I did not say it was an optimization solution, but there is a chance it will work.

You can also shrink while recording a screen.

 

Do you understand that the companies that own these services will do anything to prevent you from keeping a local copy of the content?

 

 

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Indeed, there is a problem here that you need to leave the capture on from start to finish, without interruptions, to record the content. I did not say it was an optimization solution, but there is a chance it will work.

You can also shrink while recording a screen.

 

Do you understand that the companies that own these services will do anything to prevent you from keeping a local copy of the content?

 

 

What is meant by contraction during recording? Anyway, is there any software you would recommend? Hopefully, one whose collection is not particularly large. Thanks.

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