DigitalEro Offline

downloading from NM?

Fri, 19 Apr 2013 10:18:36


Out of curiosity, is there a way to download movies from Naughty Machinima?
Fri, 19 Apr 2013 11:12:56


Yes. There is this extension for Google Chrome. I think there are similar plugins for other browsers as well.
Sat, 27 Apr 2013 02:48:39


I don't use chrome, though. Any chance there's something like that for Firefox?
Sat, 27 Apr 2013 05:22:36


I can't get media rippers to work on Chrome, due to all the security shit I have packed into it. I only use Firefox for ripping, and I only rip with Firefox. I use and recommend Flash Video Downloader. I use it to rip video from sites including xhamster, xvideo, pornhub, redtube, youjizz, hardsextube, youporn, userporn, 4tube, and others. Haven't tried naughtymachinima explicitly, but seeing how it works on all those other, it should work fine for you.
Mon, 10 Jun 2013 04:33:22


Just got the google chrome extension to work for NM, just had to update real player. Thanks for letting us know! :D
Wed, 12 Jun 2013 11:49:56


For Firefox, get FlashGot, it can download any kind of flash video from ANY site, including YouTube, with multiple qualities. I've been using this since I've installed Firefox first on my computer and it never failed :) To download, press right click to a blank spot, not on the video, then click to FlashGot media. If it has more than 1 number, that means the video has other qualities, then you shouldn't do this, because it will download the same video in every quality! So do this instead: right click on the bottom right corner of your browser, where the FlashGot media icon appears, and select the quality by checking the file size. I hope I could help :)
Sun, 16 Jun 2013 08:25:14


There is! And it's super easy. Take the web address for a given movie: And just change it like so: Press enter and voila! You can now download the .flv file. (make sure to add the 'fl' in front of video!) I'm using Firefox, it should be stated, but there hasn't been a video that this didn't work on. :)
Wed, 22 Jan 2014 20:30:10


I use Mozilla Seamonkey as my web browser (similar to Firefox, same engine) and I recommend using Nir Sofer's VideoCacheView Basically when you load a video, wait for it to load completely by pausing it (if you don't pause it, it will get deleted from the cache) then use the copy function in this software. It works great for me, works for every browser since it grabs the file directly from the cache :) Hopefully this will be useful to some. There are also MozillaCacheView which works in a similar way for every single file in cache. Pretty cool!
Thu, 23 Jan 2014 03:38:59


I use Video DownloadHelper for Firefox. Works flawlessly on just about every site I've tried it on. After you install the extension, it will add a button next to the address field, by default. To use it, click the "Play" button on the video you want to save and then the extension button will turn animated. Press on it and it will have some choices for you, usually the last one with bold text is the one you want.
Fri, 16 May 2014 13:01:40


None of the videos load whatsoever for me, I've tried several things; Chrome, Firefox, IE - all busted. I reinstalled Java, flash, heck I'm starting to feel pretty down about it. NM worked for the first 2 months I was on it, now nothing! :(
Sat, 17 May 2014 06:41:48


Actually try using Real player. They have a download video. You can see if it would work.