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Using Adobe Media Player. the content could be viewed offline. See steps below:
Want to view Flex in a Week videos in offline mode? Follow these steps:
Thank you very much!
This did not completely work for me.
I am able to download one at a time.
How do I make it download multiple and view them all offline ?
This morning, I tried to do this manually by watching a few seconds of each of the first 10 videos, waiting just long enough to let the status changed to 'downloaded'. So, this morning, I had 10 downloaded. But now, it has changed back to just 1 and tries to connect, if I try to watch video 2.
What is going on ? Is this a change in the latest Adobe media player ?
i am using adobe media player 1.7(latest version) and am unable to add RSS feed just as you mentioned.
there is no option below
The option to add an RSS feed exists. Try maximizing the window after you have selected the MyFavourites tab. You should find the add RSS link at the left bottom of the window.
I figured out a bit more about this issue.
The issue I was having was that it would only download one episode for offline access.
Here is what I did to partially fix it:
I went to options and changed the option (via the options menu) of how many new episodes to display . I changed it to the max, which is 6.
It now downloads 6 episodes for me to watch offline. Couldnt get it to do all, but 6 is better than 1.
PS: I changed the options in the main menu and then removed the feed and added it again. It may have also worked if I changed the option for the specific show. I did not try that