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VideoCacheView v2.20 - Save downloaded video files from Web browser cache


If you don't already know what it does, I posted a comment about VideoCacheView here:
Re: You Tube Download App Needed « Reply #5 on: 2011-12-23, 20:38:06 »

I have used VideoCacheView, on and off, for a long time, and I wondered why it was not working as well as it used to do. Now I think I know.
The Nirsoft blog has just posted that it has an updated version: VideoCacheView now supports the split video files of YouTube Web site.
Looks pretty good:
Recently, many users complained that VideoCacheView cannot extract valid video files saved in the cache by YouTube Web site, because YouTube started to split their video files into multiple parts.  So finally, I managed to create a solution that solves this problem.
Starting from version of 2.20 of VideoCacheView, it automatically detects the .flv video files split by YouTube Web site, and displays every chunk of split files as a single record.
The new 'Split Files Count' column displays the number of split files that the displayed record represents.
When you use the 'Copy Selected Files To...' option, VideoCacheView automatically merges all split files into one .flv that can be played in .flv player. The files are merged in the order of the created date/time of every file.
When you choose to delete a record containing split video files, all split files are deleted at once.

You can download the latest version of VideoCacheView from this Web page.

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-in my set-up the copied video file will be without sound.

Well, with most modern videos, the file would usually/always have a soundtrack - assuming that there are sounds in the vid and its not "video only", or something.
Is that not true?

I have to thank IainB for his valuable information.
I have converted some movies from YouTube by special online services, but it is a complicated way because there are several options to choose from and I don't know their exact meaning, besides the final quality doesn't satisfy me.
Thanks to VideoCacheView converting movies is fast, easy, direct, enjoyable, and the quality is identical to the original.
Thank you again.

I have to thank IainB for his valuable information.
-Giampy (May 18, 2012, 05:17 PM)
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Well, thankyou. I only found out about the updated VideoCacheView after picking it up in the Nirsoft blog (which I subscribe to in my Google Reader). The split files thing explained a lot.
Nirsoft has some brilliant software.


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