What does .info mean and the end of a URL?
URL.info is a tool for handling web pages.
"Copy video URL" can mean that you can copy the URL address of a certain video. With the URL, users can share a video with their friends through e-mail or any other means of contacting as long as the link is complete. Usually, a "paste" action is performed onto a specific destination like an e-mail after copying a video URL.
URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator. It is a Web site address. It is what lets you locate a particular site. For example, wiki.answers.com is the URL for the WikiAnswers home page. The domain name is the first part of a URL. Private, corporate, or commercial domains usually end in .com. Government domains usually end in .gov. Non-profit organizations and trade associations usually end in .org. Other countries use different endings, or "top-level domains."
If your using Mozilla Firefox you can go to tools, then page info, then go to the media tab, then scroll down until you see a file type is embed and at the end of the URL it should say the games name .swf at the end of it (eg. http://armorgames.com/files/games/sonny-2-2900.swf) then you click on it and go save as. or you can go to www.file2hd.com and type the URL were you're supposed to and…