#1 Edited by GamingMichael (108 posts) -

I can only download from Twitch in 30-minute segments using Video DownloadHelper (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/video-downloadhelper/). I think this is due to how Twitch handles streaming as it doesn't buffer the whole video. I can download multiple segments and turn those into one video using Windows Movie Maker, but that gets tedious. Does GiantBomb ever upload the video version to YouTube, Vimeo, etc.? Is this offered with a premium membership? Thanks in advance for your help! :)

#2 Posted by devilzrule27 (1239 posts) -

Premium membership lets you download videos right from Giantbomb.com!

#3 Edited by Gnubberen (774 posts) -

@gamingmichael: You're talking about the E3 bombcasts, right?

The video version of them weren't archived on the site, but I'm pretty sure someone uploaded them all on youtube, so try searching for them there.

*update*


Youtube user Baagful has your back. http://www.youtube.com/user/Baagful

#4 Posted by GamingMichael (108 posts) -

@Gnubberen: I was referring to all of the Bombcasts. :)

#5 Posted by huckaiser (5 posts) -

All of the bombcasts? Other than E3 and maybe a couple of other convention podcasts, They don't do video versions...

Are you talking about their other live shows(TNT, Premium Fridays, live Quick looks etc....)

#6 Posted by GamingMichael (108 posts) -

@huckaiser: I was referring to Bombcasts specifically. That sucks. The audio version is good but video is awesome; facial expressions/reactions tend to add more to the discussion. I have a fast connection to download them (about 55/10). I just like to archive some content locally in the rare event that my Internet goes out. You hear me, Microsoft?! Sometimes people lose their connection!