Videos can be purchased by credit card (supported credit cards vary by country). Payment is done in US Dollars or in Euro as indicated on the pages. Equivalent amounts in square brackets are indicative only.
Videos must be downloaded within 72 hours, then the links will expire.
Once the videos are saved on your computer, you can watch them every time you want. No digital rights protection (DRM) is used. All videos are for private use only. Any other use including copying, resale, file sharing, broadcasting and public performance in whole or in part is prohibited.
Videos can be downloaded from one of the following providers:
- Clips4Sale: a new tab will open. Look again for the video you'd like to buy (you'll
see all of them by default). You can buy single videos or add them to the shopping cart
and then pay once.
- CatfightShop: click on the CatfightShop link, a new tab will open. Select the videos you'd like to purchase and
click on the "Add to Cart" button. After payment you'll get an order number, paste in the box on CatfightShop and press
In the "Download Area" click on "Play or Download" to get the file (currently the "Direct Download" link doesn't work)
Videos are in WMV9 or MP4 H.264 format, as described in the technical specifications of each product. We do not pay any refunds in case your system doesn't support the video format, so check beforehand.
Most files are encoded in a format known as MP4 or MPEG-4. More precisely it's H.264/AVC video in an MP4 container (video is MPEG-4 Part 10 using profile MP@4 and audio is AAC). These files offer the best video quality but they are huge (4 to 5 times bigger then the standard definition WMV files). You need a fast connection and a recent computer for downloading and playing them.
They usually play fine with various modern players. They work with QuickTime on MacOs (but they often stutter
with QuickTime on Windows, even on ultra-fast computers).
A notable exception is Microsoft's Windows Media Player, which may play the file correctly or not based on third-party
If you have problems, get VideoLAN, it runs on many platforms and it's a great player supporting every known video format. Here is a sample MP4 H.264 video .
WMV is used for some standard definition videos on this site. WMV is supported on most Windows, MacOS and Linux platforms. You can also try VideoLAN, a good player working on most platforms.
Before buying any video please download and play this sample WMV video (save video locally before playing, usually through right-click menu). If you can play this preview without problems, then the full videos will work too.
WMV encoding for high definition videos has been discountinued.