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Is there a place to download all videos in one shot, instead of downloading them one by one...?

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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  • Tim
not that I know of
If you use ITunes, you can select them all and download them all in a group. If you click the download with ITunes U link in the Download This Video tab of any of the video pages, the page it brings you to should prompt you to open ITunes and lead you to the videos.
Ah sweet - I'll give iTunes a whirl then :o) Thanks!

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ugh...I can't stand iTunes on a Windows platform, always seems to be buggy for me no matter what LOL. I figured out that I need to go to podcasts in iTunes once I got it installed and then browse to the appropriate school and course (happened to see it listed near the top, not sure how i'd have found it otherwise). But once I clicked the "download all" button, iTunes hung and crapped out on me...Using the link from the page to open in iTunes doesn't work whether I have iTunes open or not and I don't feel like rebooting now or accessing from my own internet instead via work VPN to see if that helps either but I will (sometime...). Thanks anyway! :)
avid... I love a guy with a sense of humor. :)) Have you tried the iTunesU service? And is your iTunes app up to date (10.1)? I ask because I use iTunes on Windows mostly (more disk space than on my MacBook) and it works just fine for me.

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