Can I download the videos to my hard drive?

Most of our sites allow you to download videos to your hard drive. However, a few of our site partners have requested to only allow videos to be viewed via streaming. When you click on a specific update, you should be presented with an embedded video. If that site allows video downloads, there will be a dropdown selection above the embedded video where you can select the video to download to your hard drive. If the site does not allow downloads, that option will not be listed.

Please note, for sites that allow downloads, there are two dropdown selections. One is to watch the various formats in our own player, and the other is for downloading the videos to your hard drive. Simply "right click" the link, then save the file to your hard drive for viewing later. (For detailed instructions, please click the thumbnails below.)

Keep in mind, if you download multiple videos at the same time, you will slow your connection speed and it will take longer to download the videos. If you don't have a high speed connection, try using the mobile or iPad/iPhone version, as it has a slightly lower quality. Also, if you download too many videos at the same time, or if you use a program that automatically downloads the videos, you risk being temporarily blocked by our site security system.

In the past, these sites in our members area did not allow video downloads:

However, all sites except for are now allowing full downloads for current updates. We are working to add the past updates from the other sites (except as a downloadable option.

The other sites in our network have always allowed full downloads of videos.

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Image 1 - Left click the drop down box that is located above the embedded video on the page.   Image 2 - Left click the video format that you want to download. (Do not right click on this step.)   Image 3 - Right click this link, then select "Save as", or "Save to your hard drive" (depending on your browser).



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