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Step 1

Go to http://applian.com/flvplayer/?src=VideoDownloadPlay and download Free FLV Player. This player is the BEST FLV Player I have come across. It’s fast and effective. It’s highly recommended to get the FLV Player before you download any Music Video Files.

Step 2

Click on the DOWNLOAD link on my blog to start downloading the music video. Video DownLoader page will pop-up. Click download and save it to your folders. Wait for the download to complete. (While waiting for your download to complete, please take the time to make a FREE DONATION by visiting my sponsors. Kindly refer to STEP 5 below)
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Step 3

This is very important.

You got to manually change the downloaded file extension to (.flv) or you won’t be able to play the file. You will come across this message when you download the files.

(.flv) Left-click -> (Warning: You must change the file extension to .flv). To open the file use FLV Player. If you want to convert the video to another format (avi, wmv, mpg...) consult our Help section (in the main page).

How to Change a File Extension in Windows

This page shows you how to change the name of a file extension in Windows XP. For example, you might want to change a file called mypage.htm to mypage.php, or myvideo.vob to myvideo.mpg. We use Windows XP for this example but the same process applies to most versions of Windows.

Changing a file extension should only be done if you are confident it's the right thing to do. There are many reasons for changing an extension, sometimes it's fairly straightforward, sometimes it's a bit of a gamble. When you change an extension, one of three things is likely to happen:

It won't make any difference to how the computer deals with the file.

It will enable some programs to recognize and work with a file, while other programs may no longer recognize it.

It will not have any useful effect and the file will no longer open properly.

Windows Explorer

The first thing to do is open Windows Explorer (or My Computer) and view the file you wish to change. We will use the example of a file called myfile.rtf which we want to change to myfile.txt. It looks like this in Windows Explorer:

At this stage you might notice that your file does not appear to have an extension (in the above example it would simply be called myfile). This is probably because you have Windows set to hide extension names. Go to Tools > Folder Options, then click the View tab. Uncheck the box titled "Hide extensions for known file types" like so:

Click OK. Now you should be able to see the file extensions for all files. Right-click the file name and select Rename. Enter the new extension like so:
After entering the new extension, hit the Enter (return) key. Windows will give you a warning that the file may not work properly. This is quite safe, if the file does stop working you can always change the extension back (just make sure you remember what it was!).

It's also possible that you might get another message telling you that the file is "read-only". In this case either say yes to turning off read-only, or right-click the file, select Properties and uncheck the Read-only box.

Note: Windows treats file extensions as case-insensitive, i.e. .RTF is the same as .rtf. However other operating systems do not, and will treat myfile.RTF and myfile.rtf as two different files. Therefore it is good practice to always treat your files as case-sensitive for maximum compatibility. This is especially crucial if you are going to use the files on the Internet. We strongly recommend that you get into the habit of using all lower-case letters for all file names and extensions.


Open the new (.flv) file under FLV Player and enjoy. If you wish to convert the file, Replay Converter quickly converts FLV files to all the popular audio and video formats, including iPod. There's no easier way to manipulate and convert all kinds of media files. Go to http://applian.com/flvplayer/?src=VideoDownloadPlay and get a demo version or just purchase it.


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