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A shell command to save iTunes Music Store videos
Authored by: Nagilum on Apr 30, '05 12:25:44PM

It seems Tiger/iTunes4.7.1/Quicktime7 work a bit different, they store the video in a .qtch file in a path like that:
~/Library/Caches/QuickTime/downloads/01/15/1a5f2ee3-1ce22faa-1f3bd6f2-a4c7fbd
c.qtch
unfortanately I haven't yet figuered out what to do with the file since it's no ordinary quicktime.
Maybe someone with a bit more insight on Quicktime can help out here.
Hardlinking the file still works of cause (contrary to what others may said, just make sure to stay in the same fs).



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A shell command to save iTunes Music Store videos
Authored by: JimMueller on Apr 30, '05 05:41:55PM

Yeah, I just cached the full screen trailer for Serenity and I cannot open its 40Mb .qtch file in either QT7, VLC or iTunes (which was launched to play it in.)



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