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Welcome to www.kleckfiles.com. This website will run on a local PC, Mac, USB drive & devices with filesystems. It requires no special software except a modern HTML5 web browser.

The HTML based software, media and KJV+ bible tools are free to download, copy & share. The KJV+ is a non-copyright version same text as e-sword. Downloading ensures Jonathan Kleck testimonies remain uncensored.

Jonathan Kleck

The video testimonies and radio shows are property of Jonathan Kleck ministries. We have no affiliation with this ministry. We do not profit from his work (quite the opposite). In several videos Jonathan invites subscribers to download and preserve his work.

Thank you Jonathan for being a faithful servant. The testimonies are the Lord's truth, our treasure, delivered for our benefit at great personal cost to you. All the glory to our king Jesus.

☆ Web sites: www.show-notes.info | www.jonathankleck.com
☆ Youtube 1: TheJonathankleck (channel permanently taken down by YouTube 15th-June-2021)
☆ Youtube 2: backup channel
☆ Also: Cory's Channel | Cory on Odysee | Brighteon | Bitchute | Odysee | Internet Archive

Other Kleck Sites



If you need help or have useful feedback (re www.kleckfiles.com site) please email:

☆ Email: info@kleckfiles.com

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Download Site & Media | How to install

Local Setup

How to install www.kleckfiles.com onto your PC, Mac or USB Drive. Also works on devices & iPads (anything with an accessable file systems).

1. Installing a KleckFiles site

Download the latest version of KleckFiles.zip and unzip the content to the root of your disc or USB drive (7MB space required).

Open index.html in your browser. It should look the same as www.kleckfiles.com. All you need now are the media files.

2. Get the Media Files

Select a Download Server (DropBox is pretty fast) and start downloading Video (.mp4), Audio (.mp3) & Image files. Already have media files? Then move them into your Unzipped KleckFiles site, "OR" use html/Settings.js to tell your site the location of your media (see folder structure below).

4 Main Folders of Media:

3. "html/Settings.js" & Media Folder Location

Like www.kleckfiles.com you can store media downloads INSIDE the KleckFiles site folder. So /videos/ downloads go into the KleckFiles/videos/ folder etc.
"OR" edit "/html/Settings.js" and specify a location for the 4 media folders.

When you unzip KleckFiles.zip find "html/Settings.js". Edit using a text editor. You can specify the location of all 4 media folders /video/, /video_mp3/, /radio/*/ & /shownotes/_data/. Note that "html/Settings.js" ships as html/Settings(example).js" so remove "(example)" to enable this location file.

4. When to Update?

Got media that wont load? Then it's time to check the Download Server for new files.

Each time you get a new KleckFiles site have a quick look at the download server for new additions.
- Look in /videos/2021/ & /video_mp3/2021/.
- Look in /radio/ (not expecting this to change now)
- Look in /shownotes/ (new images are in dated zip files)

Example #1: media in same location as KleckFiles.zip main content
📂 KleckFiles (unzipped KleckFiles.zip + Media merged together)
┠ 📂 download
┠ 📂 html
┠ 📂 scribe
┠ 📂 radio
┃ ┕ radio media folders (15GB Radio2 + 40GB Radio3 audio)
┠ 📂 shownotes (15 GB dowmload - image Gallery 2 media)
┃ ┕ 📂 _data (15GB of image files)
┠ 📂 video_mp3
┃ ┕ /Be4TheFire, /JustaMessenger, /3rdParty, /2010 .. /2021 (30 GB of audio)
┕ 📂 video
┕ /Be4TheFire, /JustaMessenger, /3rdParty, /2010 .. /2021 (320 GB of video)
Example #2: "html/Settings.js" separates media into folder "/KleckFiles.media".
📂 KleckFiles (unzipped KleckFiles.zip)
┠ 📂 download
┠ 📂 html
┕ 📂 scribe
📂 KleckFiles.media (media downloads)
┠ 📂 radio
┃ ┕ radio media folders (15GB Radio2 + 40GB Radio3 audio)
┠ 📂 shownotes
┃ ┕ 📂 _data (15GB of image files)
┠ 📂 video_mp3
┃ ┕ /Be4TheFire, /JustaMessenger, /3rdParty, /2010 .. /2021 (30 GB of audio)
┕ 📂 video
┕ /Be4TheFire, /JustaMessenger, /3rdParty, /2010 .. /2021 (320 GB of video)

Kleck Files - Overview

Revision of local site:
Revision on website:
News: 26th April 2020
Full video collection now exceeds the capacity of a 250 GB USB Drive. I've found the "Samsung 500GB T5" (fast USB 3.1 SSD) is good at under $150.

The HTML navigation system you see on www.KleckFiles.com can be downloaded and run on any PC/Mac hard-drive or USB 3.x Flash drive, and shared with others.

The navigation interface is simple HTML & JavaScript (.html/.js), viewable in any HTML5 Web Browser. Recommended browsers: Google Chrome / Apple Safari / FireFox / Microsoft IE or Edge. Mobile devices can also view the web site.

The site is designed to work 'online' or fully (or parially) downloaded 'offline' (on a PC or Mac with no Internet). The full download will run on a USB 3.x drive with about 400 GB of space.

Note: .mp4 Video file names - All start with the reverse publish date + title of the youtube video. Illegal file name characters (like *:\#%) have been removed or replaced. A file name such as “190706-02 IMG 0332.mp4” means the YouTube video was originally published on 2019, July, 6th (19 07 06) Texas time (publisher location). The -02 indicates it was the 2nd video file published on that date.

When to Update?

The Kleck Files navigation system (a couple of .html & .js files) is free and takes a few seconds to download. You don't need .mp4 video files to view the navigation system.

Once downloaded open 'index.html' file in your browser. You will see a big list of all available .mp4 video testimonies, DVDs & Play Lists. Download the Kleck video Files using recommened filenames and locations, and you have yourself a video juke box you can copy & share with others. Check your viewer version No. against the version on the web site displayed above as 'Revision on website:'. If they don't match it's time to download a new set of navigation files (.html / .js files). You can also check for new 2021 .mp4 video files simply by observing which 2021 videos do not show when played. If it can't play locally, then either you don't have the video, or you downloaded to the wrong folder or file name. So downloading missing videos is simple.

Note #1: Browsers like Google Chrome can hang onto old file content - Delete your browsers 'cache files' to view latest changes on the web site (if you suspect it's not updating. We update regularly). Or try using another browser.

Tutorial & Help

This video tutorial will introduce you to the main features of Kleck Files.
Open a local version here: View Kleck Files Video Tutorial(local copy)

USB Flash Drive Guidelines

Speed: USB 3.x Flash dives are best for video. USB 1 & 2 will work but slow for large video files.
Capacity: The full collection now exceeds 250GB drives.
Recommend: Samsung 500GB T5 (USB 3.1 fast SSD) is great value. Consider splitting the videos over 2x 256GB USB drives (duplicate base files).
Format as 'ExFAT' or 'FAT32' for best compatability between PC & Mac. FAT32 has a file limit of 4GB and partition limit of 8TB. OK for our needs. ExFAT is more modern with no limits.

Help Tips

How to Download

Whenever you see a new version available (displayed top-right of www.KleckFiles.com) go and download the latest KleckFiles.zip from /download/ folder. Unzip to a local folder and copy in any existing media you have already downloaded (/videos/, /video_mp3/, /radio/). And you are up-to-date.

Open 'index.html' in your web browser. When you play local video files you will quickly discover which videos are missing locally (they wont display). Download any missing video files (or play off say YouTube if available).

How to download Kleck Files:

Amazon S3 Server downloads

To download the latest files from Amazon S3 site, first open the online version of this file:


Click on the file links below (or right-click) to download the files you want.

Note: The Kleck video files all begin with a unique date / folder code. Download to a common folder and sort into the correct Kleck folders later if it helps.

If you downloaded KleckFiles.zip (above) then you already have these base files. Scroll down to download the videos on-by-one.

📂 kleck

📂 kleck\html

📂 kleck\kjv

Video Filter: Full List - Click to toggle filter

Bible Tools

The Bible Tools page is available via the main Index page

The KJV+ (King James Bible with Strongs Concordance) are non-copyright. They provide free interactive bible tools that function online or offline (without the Internet). Thank you BibleHub.com for supplying digital versions of KJV+ & Strongs. Thank you also to E-Sword, we found everyones KJV+Strongs text was slightly different so standardized on E-Sword format.

Version information (displayed top-right corner of the screen) tells you if your files are up-to-date. Runs on a local PC or USB drive like the other KleckFiles. Just a HTML5 browser required to view. Strongs websites such as BibleHub.com are much better, but then they require an Internet connection. Use the link to BibleHub.com (bottom of Strongs dialog) to lookup extra detail.

Help Tips

Change Notes

Radio Player

The radio.html HTML file is a light-weight HTML5 audio/video player for playing Kleck Files media.

Radio 1 - This requires the Internet. Jonathan Kleck produced Blog Talk radio shows (2014-2017). This station streams a bunch of old radio shows 24/7. You can't rewind or ffwd. You can't see which show is playing but it's fun knowing we are all listening to the same thing & you don't need to download .mp3 show files.
Home page: www.pureshelterofpeace.com -- Thank you ARC team Texas for Radio 1.

Radio 2 - This does not required the internet. Download the /radio/ folder and /radio/2016/ and /radio/2017/ folders of .mp3 show files (3GB total of 32 kbps stereo .mp3). Or optionally download the original /radio/HD/ version (12GB total of 128 kbps stereo .mp3). Same files but bigger. Music may sound better. Click [Ch] button for Chapter jump list.
"Group Play" is optional -- listen in sync with others, or play other .mp3 show files.

Radio 3 - A monster collection of Blog Talk Radio 128kbps HD .mp3 files. Download the /radio/BlogTalk/ folder (40+GB total). This is a late comer and duplicates Radio 2. However Radio 2 files contains a chapter index.

Audio - (optional) Plays 64kbps .mp3 audio versions of the Kleck video files. To listen to audio files, download \video_mp3\ folder.

Video - (optional) Plays .mp4 Kleck video files (same as www.kleckfiles.com). If you have downloaded some of the \video\ folder, then you are good to watch videos offline in the radio.html page, or in the Kleck Files home page, or use your own video player.

Help Tips

Change Notes


Text Transcriptions of Recordings

Open Scribe.html @ Main Menu to view several transcribed videos.
Web link: www.kleckfiles.com/scribe.html
Machine-converting an audio recording to text is easy. Proofing and correcting takes time. Email if you can help. See active list below.

Transcriptions can also be found by searching for @T in index.html home page: index.html?1&@t (click the "Transcription" button).

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Video Tutorials for Scribes


Gallery 2 Image Viewer

Gallery 2 viewer page: shownotes2.html.

KleckFiles.zip (install file) now contains a Gallery 2 image viewer. A light-weight HTML version of Jonnies https://www.show-notes.info/thisistheend/index.php site that you can download and run locally.

You will need to download ALL the image file ZIP files from the /shownotes/ download folder (see the readme file for instructions).

Project Objective

The objective was to create a simple HTML system that could be easily copied to a cheap USB stick, so that Kleck Friends could leave behind the truth for their family and friends. And for the price of a USB stick we can copy and share the data with others (we assume when the bride leaves, all truth material will be stripped from the Internet).

Project Costs - Amazon Hosting

It's appropriate we talk about costs.

I serve the King freely. However, some things are beyond my scope. Here's the deal...

According to Amazon S3 Server Pricing hosting a web site with 400 GB of media is relatively cheap. The sting is potentially in the downloads. Amazon S3 download cost is around $0.114 per GB. So if one member downloaded 400 GB data (the entire KleckFiles collection), it would cost around US$45.

So I need to monitor downloads carefully. If daily costs are too much I can cut the pipe to the media data.

Solution #1 - Ask for a copy of the USB stick

Cheapest solution is ask in the Kleck Communities - Can someone make a copy of the USB stick for you. Email me as well.

Solution #2 - Download from YouTube yourself

Get FireFox browser on the PC/Mac. Install a few YouTube Download Extensions (one is bound to work, but many don't). Then systematically download each video to the recommended name and folder.

Solution #3 - Download from Google Drive etc

Looking like the cheapest approach. We pay a low fee for space on Google Drive with unlimited free downloads. The following link will take you there:

Please spread the word.


Solution #4 - Donate if you can afford it, to cover cost of downloads from www.kleckfiles.com

You get fast downloads, with correct file names, from Amazon Servers + We pay our Amazon bills. A win-win.

If you are able to donate please send a donation to the following PayPal address. ALL donations go towards running www.KleckFiles.com. Suggest you download before making a donation. Suggest USD$10 or more.


Worst Case Scinario

If the site gets too costly I can disconnect .mp4 video downloads and direct people to the cheaper Google Drive.

Timeline - Key Dates

Date/Times are Texas time. Please let me know if I've made any mistakes. These are my own notes / noodling.