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The work-around to get downloads Don't despair. Only tested this in Chrome, should work across all browsers. For WALK WITH THE ENEMY, a 1 needed to be added, with this being the final URL: http://trailers.apple.com/movies/independent/walkingwiththeenemy/walkingwiththeenemy-tlr1_720p.mov f. At the same time, Apple entirely eliminated 1080p trailers, even for streaming. Source

If not, try appending /hd/ after the last / (removing the file if exist at the end of the URL). Log in to Reply TheMovieTribute on December 7, 2012 at 1:11 am said: This is in my opinion the easiest way to download: Open Quicktime Player. Log in to Reply mhunl on June 13, 2013 at 1:38 pm said: Install this Greasemonkey script: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/169119 Make sure you set a correct user agent and then go to the Please type your message and try again.            Neilp18 Level 1 (0 points) Q: Saving Apple trailers in Quick Time Pro I'm no longer getting the option to save as More about the author

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http://trailers.apple.com/movies/entertainmentone/cubanfury/cubanfury-tlr_h720p.mov Step 2 Download quicktime trailers You can use the 2 methods below to download quicktime trailers. The URL for the trailer for Prisoner is pasted into QuickTime Player’s Location text box. 5. Log in to Reply GMan on July 21, 2012 at 7:06 am said: To change the user agent in IE9, Hit F12, Select the Tools Menu\Change User Agent String To Add If there is more than one trailer for the same movie, there would likely be a tlr1 and tlr2 file and so on for additional trailers.

Paste link into browser url bar and add "?dl=1" after. If your luck holds, the trailer will open. WGET / CURL You can use download utilities such as wget or curl (comes on Mac/Linux) and specify the user agent string directly: wget -U QuickTime http://trailers.apple.com/movies/fox/avatar/avatar2009aug0820a-tsr_h1080p.mov curl -A QuickTime -O Yahoo Trailers How-To Videos Getting started with HandBrake View more Macworld videos »