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Nov 25, 2017 09:28 |  #16

Let me check. I had this nice app which will grab recipes from almost anywhere and you can query them based on keywords.

Edited:- It is called ChefTap.

https://cheftap.com/ (external link)


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Dec 05, 2017 10:53 |  #17

davesrose wrote in post #18501031 (external link)
If you save as html, it will save embedded images, but not linked videos. It also saves a lot of unnecessary files. Maybe you can save as temporarily: to get any images you might want to use. But with the provided link, the images are right clickable (for saving or copying). Websites may also have a lot of unnecessary ads or links, so I'd still prefer to selectively copy and paste.

I quickly created a Word example. It includes the Table of Contents example...so you can see how you'd continue to add recipes and update Contents to have hyperlinks with multipage recipes (just have their title be Heading 1).

Word Recipe Example (external link)

I like this clean simple format. Thanks, Dave.


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Dec 05, 2017 11:08 |  #18

KeithS wrote in post #18501152 (external link)
I have hundreds of Word documents in which I have articles, instructions, and whatever, collected from the web. Copied and pasted-can be as long as needed. There are a lot of documents that I want to be able to reference without having to hunt them down on line. I can also keep them on a thumb drive to take with me when I travel and do not have internet access.

With your example, just click and drag down and the screen will scroll as far as you want. Right click and copy. then past into Word or whatever word processor you have.

There is a free program called Freemake Video Downloader, which will allow you to download a video file to your computer. It will capture videos from YouTube and some other sites. I use it frequently. I've not tried to place a video into a Word document, but if that does not work, create a folder for each document and video.

Example folder containing Word documents, videos, PDFs, etc.:

QUOTED IMAGE

Seems like a good workable solution. Doc & video file together in a folder. I'll give Freemake a try. Thanks for sharing.


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Dec 05, 2017 11:27 |  #19

John from PA wrote in post #18503704 (external link)
SnagIt 2018 may be able to do some actions relative to video. Wording at the site states

There is a trail version and the full blown version costs $50 for an individual license. See https://www.techsmith.​com/screen-capture.html (external link) for the details.

Thanks, John. I'll give the trial version a go.


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Dec 14, 2017 23:19 |  #20

BigAl007 wrote in post #18500933 (external link)
If this is just for stuff from the web have you tried saving the page? In Chrome if I right click I get the Save As option (Ctrl+S) it comes up with the option Save as Type: Web Page Complete. Using this it actually saves the page as an .htm file, and then creates a directory with all the necessary content files. This way you have the whole thing on your drive, so you then have permanent access to the page, with or without an internet connection.

This is good info, Al!

I am interested in saving videos to my computer, as well. Although the things I want to save are not videos that are connected to text, such as what the OP is asking about.

I just want to save videos themselves. I want to save them to my computer for two reasons:

1: Often times, the videos are removed from the internet, so if they are not saved to my computer I would lose the ability to view them.

2: I often go very long periods of time with no internet connection, and I would like to be able to play videos even when there is no internet access.

I am wondering, Al, if the instructions you gave would really save videos (along with the accompanying audio) to a computer in a way that they can bee seen even if the webpage from which they are taken is pulled down off of the internet.

Would this also work for long videos, such as 2 hour long documentaries that I watch on YouTube?

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Dec 15, 2017 12:16 as a reply to Tom Reichner's post |  #21

For many sites, just saving as won't copy videos. Sites like youtube have their videos on different servers, and can even hide the source video address from the main page's source. It's both to dissuade downloading and to be able to offer suggestions and add new advertisements. Now, the main way to get youtube videos is to use a separate service (which they'll keep methods for grabbing the video up to date). Here's a link to a website that will let you save a youtube video (just copy the link into the search field).

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