Nearly every browser will show image oder video files you want to provide for download in the browser itself instead of opening a download dialog.
Most of the websites suggest to use this code in your .htaccess:
<FilesMatch "\.(jpg|zip|avi)$"> ForceType application/octet-stream </FilesMatch>
But this is not enough! Even when the MIME-Type is set to "octet-stream", some browsers will still open the files their selfs because they have detected the .jpg or .avi file extension.
The solution to this is to add the following header:
<FilesMatch "\.(jpg|zip|avi)$"> ForceType application/octet-stream Header add Content-Disposition "attachment" </FilesMatch>
With this header every browser i tested opened a download dialog, regardless of which file extension is present.
To use this, your webserver has to have mod_headers activated (It is most likely already included in Apache, but not activated): Apache Module mod_headers