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Web Crawler to Download Files


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Tyler5690

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My university posts speeches and lectures to their website. They are available in a variety of filetypes, including mp3 format. All are freely available to download. However, to download mulitple files means going through the navigation to find each mp3, which means a lot of clicking.

I was wondering if there is a program that I can run that could "crawl" this website and download the mp3 files available.

Thanks for your help!
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Major Payne

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You might want to look into Download Managers. Search for Download Crawler. I'm dure you'll find something that fits your requirements. Just be sure to use them legally. :)
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Thanks for the response!

I've tried some Google searches, however, there are lots of results. Many seem to be junk/spyware type programs or just simple download managers. If anybody has any specific suggestions in mind, I would appreciate it.
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DownThemAll! 1.1.0 Only one I would recommend.
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