Images redirected with HTML

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Fred Thompson 07/18/2005 04:19 pm
http://www.videolan.org has a number of image files which are actuall short HTML pieces to redirect to the actual images. Here is an example:

<HTML><HEAD><META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0; URL=../../download.videolan.org/images/getvlcnow.png"><TITLE>302 File moved</TITLE></HEAD></HTML>

OEPro is smart enough to follow the link and retrieve the image files but the exported site will not show the image files. How can this be done?

Here is the job I`ve defined for videolan:

[Object]
OEVersion=Pro 3.8.0.2028
Type=1
Text=VideoLAN
Dir=
Expanded=False
Count=1
[Object]
Type=0
IID=7585
Caption=VideoLAN
URL=http://www.videolan.org/
Lev=1000003
Weekday=257
LimTSize=10000
LimNumber=5000
LimTime=100
FMGroup=1
FTText.Exts=htmlhtmaspjspstmstmlidcshtmlhtxtxttextxspxmlrxmlcfm
FTImages.Exts=gifjpgjpegtiftiffxbmfifbmppng
FTVideo.Exts=mpgavianimpegmovfliflcvivrmasfm1vm2vvob xxxxxxxxxxxxx
FTAudio.Exts=wavriffmp3midmp2m3uravoc
FTArchive.Exts=ziparcgzzarjlhalayleirarcabtarpakacesitexedebrpmbz2 xoxxooooxxoooxxxxx
FTUDef.Exts=jscsspdfssiswtswf xxxxxx
FTText.B=ooxooo
FTImages.B=ooxooo
FTVideo.B=xoxooo
FTAudio.B=xoxooo
FTArchive.B=oxxooo
FTUDef.B=ooxooo
FTOther.B=ooxooo
FTSizes=0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,3,3,3,3,3,0
RSrvsBx=2
RSrvsIn=videolan x
RPathBx=2
RPathEx=eventscgi-binsnapshotspresentation0.1beosmacosxstreams0.2.[012345678]debian/debianpub/vls/0.[34]*statsvlc/0.6.[01]*vlc/0.[012345]*libdvdcss/1.[01]*libdvdcss/1.2.[01234567]*pub/vls/0.5.[012]*vlc-0.5*vlc-0.6.0*deesfrit xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
RFileBx=2
RFileEx=beosbsdfamiliar.htqnxsolarisftp.crans.orgftp.pucpr.brftp.yi.sevideolan.cs.pu.edu.tw130.89.175.1vlc/0.[01234567] xxxxxxxxxxx
RProt=15
LastStart=172:102:215:162:245:210:226:64:
LastEnd=205:185:198:162:245:210:226:64:
S200=2
SPar=2
SSav=2
SLast=301
SSiz=17546
LFiles=2
LSize=40307
Flags=1
ImgDim=0,0,0,0
PrevURL=http://www.videolan.org/
SkipURLs=http://forum.videolan.org/
Oleg Chernavin 07/18/2005 04:26 pm
Please try to export with the Faster Export box unchecked. This will result in slower process because one of the additional tasks OE will make is to get real links from such redirection files and use them instead in HTML pages.

Does this help?

Best regards,
Oleg Chernavin
MP Staff
Fred Thompson 07/19/2005 12:14 am
Yes, that solved the problem. It`s hideously slow on very large projects but it does work properly. Thanks for the help.
Oleg Chernavin 07/19/2005 02:40 am
You are welcome!

Oleg.