downloading script

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kai-70
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downloading script

Post by kai-70 » Tue Sep 04, 2012 6:13 am

I am trying to create a script for downloading from sites like http://www.embedupload.com/?d=1HVYKAE0Y0 I have tried using the ******* after the initial web address EG: http://www.embedupload.com/*** so I don't keep getting back to the file I have already downloaded when I made the first macro! I would be grateful for any tips/comments on how to make the clicks I make "generic" for any pages from embedupload.com
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bobis
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Re: downloading script

Post by bobis » Tue Sep 04, 2012 7:16 am

you can not use wild cart (*) in url (url goto) - imacros does not understand it.
the workaround is to scrape and save all video links first and then open it one-by-one from file
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kai-70
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Re: downloading script

Post by kai-70 » Thu Sep 06, 2012 2:10 am

thanks for your reply! I guess the only way forward is a firefox java script or a desktop macro program! see the problem with these type of links is they have several pages before hand linkbuks adfly etc. and embeded upload has two pages for each link! I was trying to get a 23 part file and had to open 60 odd pages/tabs! and my poor clicking finger can't take much more! any other suggestions appreciated! regards kai
siniy
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Re: downloading script

Post by siniy » Fri Sep 07, 2012 2:23 pm

I use http://jdownloader.org to download from filesharing websites. It supports http://www.embedupload.com too.
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