Does anyone know how to capture Video off of the MGoBlue media player?

Submitted by Vanderlyle on April 11th, 2009 at 5:40 PM

I would like to make a couple of highlight films from the spring game, such as big offensive plays and Tate Forcier's throws and scrambles. While I was able to take in the spring game first hand, its really kind of boring to watch jack kennedy hand off to joey potempo on your laptop.

All I need to know is how to get a hold of that video of the spring game posted on Mgoblue.com and I can do all the slicing and dicing myself.

Regards,
Brian.

Comments

umjgheitma

April 11th, 2009 at 7:13 PM ^

When you go to real.com and get the real media player they have an option in your web browser to download any streaming video. It's just a little icon that pops up as you hover over the screen that the video is playing on. After you download the video you can do with it what you please.

karpodiem

April 11th, 2009 at 8:23 PM ^

someone needs to find how to extract the .wma (Windows Media) file from this and convert it to mpeg-4 or something so it can be put on Youtube.

ts

April 12th, 2009 at 10:20 AM ^

Cool. Uploads are good. September seems so far away right now.

So much for my mad network capturing skillz. First try looked good but no sound. I've got about an hour left on my second try. I'm just going to upload a torrent of the whole thing. If someone wants to edit it into 10 minute segments, go for it. I think most people will just stream it from mgoblue.

dhchait

April 11th, 2009 at 9:20 PM ^

Can anyone help out here? I've got a new model MacBook Pro with Firefox 3.1b3 running.

I can't watch the video's on MGoBlue.com - I get an error about installing a plugin?

Do I just need to downgrade to another browser? Any ideas?

I can't believe I'm the only M fan with a Mac!

Thanks!