First you download wget for windows, if you have linux then you already have it.
Install wget(don't install it to the place it wants, ProgramFIles, etc. instead install it to the desktop or documents)
Optional: add wget to PATH, only do this if you've done this before, if you don't know what this means just move along
In the folder where you installed wget press shift and right click and then select "Open command window here".
Now go to the website your video is and get the video url by right clicking it and choosing "copy video location". If you can't right click the video view the page source and try to find the video url
Edit the following command to match your video:
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wget -c --header="Referer:[site link]" "[video link]" So if you want to download a video from tanix it would look like this: wget -c --header="Referer:http://tanix.net" "22.214.171.124:8089/v3/04ad8f346a67e16d20fbbc9d7d1cad6f.mp4?st=Vmg8B7xoJ9T_1PIa70NjtQ&e=1498176330"
After this the video should download, and even if it stops a few times wget will start automatically from the place it stopped as long as you're using the -c option which is in the command I told you to use.
After it downloads change the extension if necessary to match the video, usually it's an mp4.
If you added wget to your path you can run the command from anywhere. If after the download finished you can't find it, you probably installed wget in a locked directory, either move it somewhere else or add wget to path or run cmd as an administrator. Any questions just ask
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