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Through The Dragon's Eye

Discussion in 'English' started by fantastischfish, Aug 11, 2010.

  1. fantastischfish

    fantastischfish Established commenter

    There is a way of saving You Tube videos so that they can be used offline. It's quite simple apparently, although it's beyond me. However, if you go on You Tube and do a search, you can find lovely instructional videos on how to do fancy things with You Tube videos, such as setting them up to play via a powerpoint.

    Actually, since I'm feeling helpful, here's a link:

    http://www.5min.com/Video/How-to-use-YouTube-Downloader-151573465
     
  2. sueelizcoll

    sueelizcoll New commenter

    Thankyou. I'll give it a go. This will be useful for loads of stuff.
     
  3. Check this out. https://community.tes.co.uk/forums/t/198113.aspx
     
  4. sueelizcoll

    sueelizcoll New commenter

    Thanks for this. have lloked st it and contacted someone who might have a copy of the whole series which would be brilliant!
     
  5. Is this the 'quest to save the land of Pelimar'? My son used to sing the theme tune to that all the time when he was at junior school.
     

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