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Safari (on the Mac at least) seems to try and play any QuickTime compatible files in the browser itself. Unfortunately the QuickTime plugin doesn't seem to offer the option to download the file anymore.
I've used other websites that do something which causes Safari to download the file instead of playing it but I can't seem to do anything from within the browser itself. Not for the HD link anyway as it's doing some redirect via it's link. I can download the lower quality ones just fine as they directly link to an MP4.
For now I'm having to load up the site in Chrome when I want to download the HD movies. It sucks to need it for one website, but I can understand why they want to protect the links to the HD movies.
I'm having trouble downloading the HD versions of any video. Any of the lower quality versions I can right-click to download fine, but the HD one just downloads a login.html page even though I'm already logged in. If I just click on the HD link it starts opening in the browser but I still can't seem to download it to watch later when getting online isn't possible.
I'm using Safari 5 on a Mac.