VideoCacheView

VideoCacheView



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extract videos from your browser cache VideoCacheView enables you to extract Flash video files (.flv) from your browser cache and save them to a folder of your choice. It supports Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera and Google Chrome. The program automatically scans the cache of all supported browsers every time you run it. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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XP/Vista/7/8/10  portable Portable

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Publisher NirSoft (114) Price Free
Version 2.96  history Last updated Apr 15, 2016
File Size 104 Kb Requirements None

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A very purposeful tool that just works! 5 stars by busybusy Oct 16, 2011 (Read all my 156 reviews)
Nir Sofer is amazing in the types of tools he develops. This is just another one for the books. It is a very purposeful tool that just works! Thanks for making it available. Two-Thumbs Up! Get it, use it, Rate it! show Review details
Done it again 5 stars by gimpguy Sep 25, 2011 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
Yet another great and yet simple utility. I began finding spots where I watch some TV shows, not long, I had videos I forgot I watched in the list, played great, picked up on videos I currently looked at. You even have the save to HTML option, view SWF, etc... simply great! show Review details
Easily extract from your browser's cache 5 stars by nc2k-nl Feb 12, 2011 (Read all my 2 reviews)
In my opinion VideoCacheView provides the simplest way of downloading video files from a website. Mostly you decide to want a video the moment you are watching it on a certain website, in that case you have already downloaded (part of) the file to your browser's cache. When your browser has completely downloaded it you just have to open VideoCacheView and copy it to where you want it. There are some limitations/exceptions depending on website restrictions or browser type but it works fine for me. I recommend FLV to AVI for converting, it's lightweight and portable, just as VideoCacheView. show Review details
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