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Download all Aperture Quick Tour movies at once
Authored by: pepi on Oct 05, '06 01:20:15AM
Ok, so I have to refine my one-liner :-)

For all the Aperture Movies listed here (at the moment) use this one:
curl -s 'http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20060926074757255' | grep -e "\.mov" | grep -e "aperture" | sed -e 's/^.*http:\/\//http:\/\//g' -e 's/\.mov.*/\.mov/g' | uniq | while read url; do curl -LO -# -C - "{$url}" ; done

For all the Final Cut Express Movies only use this command:
curl -s 'http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20060926074757255' | grep -e "\.mov" | grep -e "final_cut_express" | sed -e 's/^.*http:\/\//http:\/\//g' -e 's/\.mov.*/\.mov/g' | uniq | while read url; do curl -LO -# -C - "{$url}" ; done


To get them all, use the line in my upper posting here. You can use that first one-liner to get all the QuickTime Movies linked or listed with their URL on a webpage. Just replace the URL string between the single quotes in the curl command. It will do the filtering itself, unless there are more than one references on a single line.

Maybe someone with a few minutes to spare could add that by piping through sed and adding a carriage return after each and every occurrence of .mov before stripping the unwanted stuff. :-)
Best regards
Pepi

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