Blader is a simple network
download tool based on HTTP protocol just like some
famous download tools such as flashget, thunder,
nettransport. Although it is no powerful than them, it
has its own strong suit. That is it can download those
resources which cannot downloaded by flashget when
integratedly used with
Some websites, especially
those who provide online video or audio resources,
usually only provide audition. Download is not allowed.
And some other websites may only support downloaded by
web browser. Such as, you can only download by "Save
target as" function of IE. These situation can be seen
on the mail service websites or network file system. The
shortcoming of browser only saving is the downloading
speed may be slow. And if there is a break during
download, you must save it again from the very
beginning. These websites always make it by verifying
some specific fields in HTTP header. Such as Referer,
User-Agent. While the Cookie field is always used.
What Blader can do is that
it can send to the server the same request headers as
browsers or video/audio players. Then the web servers
cannot identify whether the request is from browser or
from Blader. How to get the whole request headers? You
may need network sniffers.
CooJah 6 is the
most powerful one among those. Blader is right the
download tool developed for
CooJah 6. They
two can used integratedly smoothly. CooJah gets the
request headers sending out by browsers or players.
Starting Blader from CooJah and download them.
Now new version of Blader is a part of MediaBox.
MediaBox is an upgraded version of CooJah and emphazes
audio/video resources detection and download. It is much
more powful and compatible.