Link Sequence Downloader QED
Link Sequence Downloader QED
0.21

3.5

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Link Sequence Downloader QED0.21

23 January 2008

Batch download files by URL pasting.

Overview

Link Sequence Downloader QED is a tool for downloading a series of files, such as images and videos, to your hard-drive.

By entering a link, with ranges in square brackets - a large list of files can be downloaded in one go. For example, the Link Sequence:
http://www.example.com/videos/[1-10]/vid[001-004].mpg
would attempt to download forty mpeg video files;
four files named vid001.mpg, vid002.mpg, vid003.mpg, vid004.mpg
from each of ten folders numbered 1 to 10.

This version of Link Sequence Downloader adds the ability to include (up to two) alphabetical ranges:
http://www.example.com/videos/pic[A-D].jpg

What's new in Link Sequence Downloader QED

Version 0.21:

Changes

  • Italian translation added

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4 Reviews of Link Sequence Downloader QED

Bill-B
03 September 2005
Version: 0.02b

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You can do this for free with SiteSucker.
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Dalahast
23 January 2008
Version: 0.21
I wish I had this yesterday… would've saved me dragging upwards of 120 images manually… Would like to see wildcard and regular expression support in the future.
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3.5
Anonymous
16 September 2005
Version: 0.02b
It seems pretty good. But I would like more feature (please) : - a download bar - a log window - some infos telling me what's going while processing - an alpha numeric option (ex: a134b34). I am curently using some very impressive applescripts that produce the URL listing and then I use some websucker software to do the job. Your software may be a terrific response to some paranoid webmaster and very cool tool for "collectors".
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Anonymous
03 September 2005
Version: 0.02b
Is this just a wrapper for the curl command line tool? I'm all for making wrappers for command line stuff but its nice to know that up front. If its not... why re-invent the wheel? Just make a wrapper for curl. It'd take about 2 minutes with AppleScript.
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Bill-B
03 September 2005
Version: 0.02b
You can do this for free with SiteSucker.
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