HTTPRipper is a lightweight and practical solution aimed at anyone looking for a quick way to grab media content (movies, music, images, etc.) from visited websites.
Straight off the bat, we will point out that this is by no means the most stylish or the most comprehensive app of this sort, but even so, it's still worth your attention since it does its job valiantly.
Straightforward installation procedure and pretty easy configuration process
Its utter simplicity is, without a doubt, its strongpoint, as it allows even the most novice of users to make the most out of it. The installation is a typical one, courtesy of a basic wizard-based installer.
It sports a fairly non-impressive yet well-organized user interface with very few distracting elements, and you'll probably notice that at the top there's a text stating that it's running on localhost and a specific port number.
There are no special requirements for this app but, before you can use it, you do have to configure your browser. For example, if you're running Firefox, you should find your way to the Proxy configuration section and manually enter proxy settings with the HTTP Proxy as your localhost and the port number previously mentioned.
Smoothly grab media content from visited websites with the help of this tool
Once this is done, head back over to the app's main window hit the "Record" button from the lower left side of the main window and start off by visiting a website from where you want to download various media content. Once the page has been loaded, the app will display a list with all the intercepted media files which you now can download.
Of course, you can order the files based on their interception time or their size, and you're also provided with the option to add various filters. Basically, you can choose to ignore audio, image or video files if they're above a certain threshold of your choosing, and that's pretty much all there is to it.
Humdrum HTTP media ripper for all types of users
Taking everything into account, HTTPRipper is actually a pretty decent little application, and criticizing it for its lack of more advanced features would really beside the point. It's the app's impressive simplicity which might make it a future favorite amongst novice users.
However, we will say this: the app would probably would have been even more appealing if it would come with a proper documentation section, for example, configuration tutorials for some of the most popular web browsers out there.
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