Save web folder of media

Anybody know of a free app or a technique that will save all of the media to your local hdd from the web?  I want to save all the files at http://www.pallock.net/downloads/videos/ , and then prune out what I don't want, rather than opening each one, viewing, saving, yadda yadda....any thoughts?


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I use this to take copies of customer websites when I am asked to take them over or produce new pages.

It is a nice tool, walk away while it does it's thing, and you get a local copy of the website on you hd, you can pick the start location and how many pages deep it should go.

Hope it is what you are looking for.
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nan1217Commented:
Trying to think of a way to do what you said but right-clicking on the link and selecting "save target as" would be quicker than opening and then saving.
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frugleCommented:
Have you access to a server running unix/linux ?

$ wget -m --no-parent http://www.pallock.net/downloads/videos/

then download via FTP only the files you want.

you can then

$ rm -Rf www.pallock.net

other *windows* apps include teleport pro and Blue Squirrel's "Grab-a-site"

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CoolATIGuyAuthor Commented:
No slim and free apps to do this, though?


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CoolATIGuyAuthor Commented:
Thanks!  A+!


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