But I have found that the source for almost every page contains the full list of videos broken out by groups, where <!-- zzzz --> defines the group and is followed by the list. The page also uses Java. The format of the listing is as below:
<!-- kids -->
<li><a href="/iview/?series=2572516" id="2572516" title="1293071702">The Owl Series 1</a></li>
If you call a video from a group page it brings up an overlay with the video link and information. Right clicking the link doesn't give any useful options. Left clicking it plays the video.
tried and tried again.... no real progress..... actually I do now understand how the tools work but haven't succeeded in making it work. but found this: (but these are now a week of so old so they may not exist as direct links):
Categories groups under
<!-- arts -->
Example of string in open html:
<li><a href="/iview/?series=2778638" id="2778638" title="1295934258">London Live Specials Series 1</a></li>
Well, It seems doable, and as I understand it's using RTMP://, and that's why you can't find it using fiddler (it only captures http://).
But as the generic site-util doesn't support extended rtmp urls (with swfvfy, auth etc) it should be coded in it's own util, which shouldn't be hard given the steps described at the downloaders_wiki.