I have a rural internet connection, which means limited bandwidth and sometimes problems with streaming. Sometimes, for example, we can't stream something to our living room TV because we get frequent pauses or low enough resolution it makes it hard to watch.
I would like to download the Blender open movies in a high resolution (at least 1K where available) so I can watch them and not have to worry about playback issues due to poor internet and so I can rewatch them without it taking more bandwidth.
It doesn't look like there is a page to actually download these movies. Is there a place I can download them or is the only option to capture them on YouTube?
(And to pre-empt other questions: Yes, I know about Starlink. We're due later this year. Yes, I know the movies aren't that long, still, for a lot of reasons I'd like to be able to rewatch them and study them and it's easier, with internet that can often be slower than DSL, to just download them during a low use period like after 2AM.)