Use GetRight. If you're using the "basic" configuration interface, the last configuration option you'll see is one that lets you combine all downloads into one log. If you're using the "advanced" configuration interface, then in GetRight's options dialog, go to Advanced
| Log Files
, and provide a path for the "Single Combined Log File for All Downloads"
option. Make sure you also give it plenty of room, with the "Maximum combined log file size"
Here is a sample of what GetRight stores in that log file, which is a non-proprietary, plain ASCII file:
2005/06/02-00:18:09: File: C:\Downloads\filename.zip.GetRight = http://the.download.url/filename.zip
If you use the "advanced" configuration interface, you can opt to include more details, such as when the download was added, start/stop/resume details, and so on.
** By the way, the ".GetRight" extension you see on the file name above is there because I have the option enabled that adds the .GetRight extension on files as the download is added. GetRight automatically removes that extension when the download is complete. You can opt not to use it at all.