Tennisone.com or similar website

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  1. Hernanf

    Hernanf New User

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    Hi someone know if I pay the subscripcion of this type of website like tennisone if I´m able to donwload videos of slowmotion serves, forehand,etc to my computer or only I will have to view them when i´m online?
    thanks in advance for any reply
     
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  2. All Court

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    You will have to view them. If you're just looking for videos, look at tennisplayer.net, from every comment I've heard excellent footage (and in large quantities), and excellent articles as well.

    But if you get Quicktime Pro ($30, I believe) then you can save the videos onto your computer.
     
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  3. jeefreak

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    you can look at the page source code and see where the video is located, copy paste into address bar and get your video :p
     
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  4. Hernanf

    Hernanf New User

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    Thanks jeefreak good info!.

    Wich is the better , most completed site that you would like to subscribe?. I´m deciding for subscribe into one.
    Anyone knows if all this sites uses .mov format for slowmotions so I can save them in my pc to view whenever I want?
    In the sample web site tennisplayer.net, have .swf movies....someone know if all videos are swf? or they use .mov files in the subscribe area?
     
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  5. All Court

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    No, on tennisplayer.net all the normal files are played in quicktime, meaning .mov extension. So does tennisone so you can view the movies frame by frame, according to the people on the tennisplayer.net forum.
     
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