I played a video at [URL]using Safari. When I opened the activity screen I could see the advertisement part of the file loading. When the main video began to play I could not find it and therefore could not download it.
I ordered NFL game rewind so I can watch all of last years games. I was wondering if anyone knows how to save the videos I watch. The videos are in flash, but when I view activity monitor there is nothing being downloaded.
When I typically save video which I find online the format is .flv and Safari brings the video I click on right to my downloads folder. With .mp4 it just opens the file itself in another window in Safari. Does anyone know how to save the video itself?
Okay, simple summary; I've got an external drive that I use for downloading large files, and for music (to reduce activity on my main drives), and this is exclusively used by Transmission (bittorrent), and iTunes as a result. However, very rarely I can hear the disk thrashing away, and this will continue even after I quit both programs, the only way I can seem to make it stop is by unmounting the drive and remounting it again.
My Mac is noticeably slower so I'm looking to clean it up before I try a clean install on the hard drive. I found a Kodak printer program and an HP printer program both of which I deleted from applications, but both of which are chewing up 500MB of process memory, and when I force a quit they just pop open again a second later.Question:
Where are these programs hididng? How do I kill them?
Any other tricks to speed my Mac up (I verified permissions already).
Yesterdday 10.7.3 was released with new Safari and there is still NO fix for the Full Screen Sleep issue with HTML5 Video, whats wrong with you Apple, this bug is since Lion released with Safari,5.1 now 3 Versions later this small bug is still not fixed, but already known, i dont want to use Caffeine or such stuff, while Apple suggests the Web to use HTML5 why is the support for basic Features so bad?
I have tried to download videos from Youtube, Putlocker and Facebook, trough the activity window, but every time, i try to download the relevant video, it opens up in a new tab with only the video and isn´t downloading it, like it usually do in the downloading window.
This really bugs me, because all the sites Youtube, putlocker (except for facebook) i tried before and at that time it worked. (Mac OS X version 10.7.3)
I have been using safari's activity window for downloading all sorts of media by using the activity window. However, the items in the activity window no longer show up. On youtube for example, the mb file is no longer showing up in the windows activity like it use to. In the past, when this problem occurred, refreshing the page would fix this problem but this method is no longer working. I have noticed that this problem is only happening to youtube. When i went to vimeo, the video file could still be viewed in the activity window whilst it was loading, e.g. 1.3 mb of 30mb. I am using a macbook pro running on mac os x with safari version 5.0.3.
during the day I want to be able to record what's happening on my screen including both video and audio. I want to follow a realtime webcast when I'm away from my computer but this webcast isn't played thru the browser.
I have a 20" G5 iMac with iSight that will not power up. No chime or screen activity. The first diagnostic LED is on which I assume means the power supply is OK, but the other LED's are off. Can any recommend what trouble shooting steps to take next?
I have a 2009 2.53ghz 8gb 500gb 7200 macbook pro, running latest version of snow lep 10.6.4. It's been running fine since I got it last august, now today I started it and I get the blue screen that seems to refresh itself with a slight flicker every 10 seconds with a new blue screen with the spiraling activity dots. I tried booting from a disc, and it nothing changed. I tried booting in safe mode and it the bar would fill up, then it goes right back to bluescreen. I don't have a screwdriver on me, so I can't take the battery out.
I know how to dl on a PC but how I would I do it on a Mac? On PC, I play the MP3 and a file dl to your temp file. On Mac how would I go about it? Is is the same as the Activity monitor when you want to dl a video from YouTube?
I've noticed myself putting up with Safari's minor inconveniences for too long, so I hesitantly downloaded Mozilla's new Firefox 3.0 today. After about 20 minutes of logging in to my bookmarked websites, and adjusting settings, I've got everything running very well actually. It's more elegant and (noticeably) quicker than Safari on my i(ntel)Mac 2.0GHz. But, I have to admit, I'm REALLY missing the "Activity" box (accessed from Window--->Activity). I really favored using it to downloaded buried files in websites (like YouTube .flv's, for example).
I have some 1080p videos that I would like to take screencaptures of, but the video files are bigger than my actual screen. Are there any good video capturing programs that take high-resolution photos of video-files? Preferably without purchase or watermarks.
Can someone point me where I can get that 6-pin power cable that connects the videocard to the MP motherboard, I remember someone mentioned where one could purchase this cable but I forgot which thread it was.
I am a recent mac convert, and while trying to make video ringtones for my iphone found out that I dont have a simple and effective video splitter and joiner. Any popular ones out there? I am not quite fond of iMovie.
I'm looking to get some sort of video capture thingy for my new Mac Pro, as in, "hook up a VCR or video game console to it via S-Video or RCA inputs".
I know that there are a few USB/Firewire plug-and-play solutions out there, but i've always been the "put everything on the inside" kind of guy. Back when i was messing around with this before x amount of years ago the most affordable-vs-quality and efficient option for me was a PCI card.
I tried to do some googling on cards for the PCI Express slots in my Mac and was surprised that the options were few and far between and did not actually save me much money versus the USB/Firewire counterparts, so i'm wondering: is my philosophy outdated? Should i conform to the norm and get one of those external solutions, and if so, can anyone speak to the quality of the various ones that are available on the market?
As the headline says the right half of the screen turns black when watching video content in iTunes on full screen. I can see the whole picture when moving the mouse a little but as soon as the navigation bar disappears the right half of the picture disappears too. It does not matter what source it is. Both podcasts and movies work (or do not work) the same.
The problem doesn't occur for other player (VLC, XBMC etc.).
I have the latest OS (10.9.4) and iTunes (11.4). The computer is MBP 13-inch retina, late 2012 if it matters.
Info: MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2012), OS X Mavericks (10.9.4)
I recently had to erase and install Leopard. I then restored everything from my time-machine backup. The weird thing is, before, when watching streaming videos from the internet, the screen stayed at the same brightness, regardless of whether there was any mouse movement, or touching the keyboard, or anything. Now, if I don't do anything, the computer dims the screen, as if i wasn't watching a video.
I am looking for a security camera night and day (with and without sound if possible) for home and office security - I want this to work with Apple (Mac) OS X operating system and server. I would like wireless camera if possible. Note: I will attache these camera by wireless to my network and would like to access this by using the web or creating a web site so I can monitor actions and these cameras.