Re: "Life" shows
K & J Hammel
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Thanks for the tip, Philip. Always appreciate learning how to do new things.
On Saturday, May 9, 2020, 03:52:26 PM PDT, Philip Atchley <ko6bb1@...> wrote:
At the OTRR library it is very easy to download an entire page of MP3's
(or other file type. All you need is to have the "Firefox" browser on
your computer, then install the "Down Them All" add-on. Set it up to
recognize audio files, when you are on a web page with direct links to
MP3 files right click and select down-them-all. It'll add them to a 2nd
window where you can select the actual files you want, anything from 1
file to all of them. I've done it that way for years.
Now, it WON'T work for file storage sites that go through a second html
page to get the file you want. . .
In fact, you can add an entire page of MP3's, let's say "The Lone
Ranger", then go to another program (maybe "Sam Spade?) and add those
files, and so forth.
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On 5/9/2020 3:56 PM, K & J Hammel wrote:
> A quick way to get to listen to a good variety of shows is via the
> otrr library site (http://www.otrrlibrary.org/ ). Start there. You can
> sample a lot of different shows to see what you like best.
> I think downloading from the site is generally one at a time.. not
> sure if you can download a whole folder or not from there. Others in
> the group will know.
> There's also the OTRR home page at archive.org
> (https://archive.org/details/OTRR_Home_Page) and you can download
> series and single episodes from there. There's should be plenty to
> keep you in OTR heaven for a very long time!
> Depending on what your preferences are, ie: detective, news, soap
> operas, science fiction, etc... members of the group can make
> suggestions of shows they think you'd most enjoy.
> Happy Listening,