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Old 08. Apr 2010, 10:25 PM   #9 (permalink)
miskairal
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Originally Posted by Anupam View Post
I have used VideoCacheView in the past and yes, it works well. But, recently, it does not seem to work for me, I don't know why. One time, it just hanged, and the other time, it did not show any videos.

Also, I think you have to keep the webpage with the video open, otherwise the cached video gets deleted, if you close the webpage.
Totally agree with you Anupam. It used to work great but now it doesn't seem to find any video files. I have updated it and also tried Opera cache view. Perhaps places such as YouTube have got wise to this little gem and somehow blocked it. I"m back to going through my cache manually and copying and pasting the file to another folder and renaming it with the .flv extension - it takes longer but on my tight download limit it's the best option for me.
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