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I am watching a lecture and it seems to be adobe flash ...I wanna save this video that I am viewing . The website I am checking is http://cs75.tv/2009/fall/ . I am using Firefox .

Dont know if this info helps , but .... My about:cache result is this .

Memory cache device

Number of entries: 212
Maximum storage size: 13312 KiB
Storage in use: 8087 KiB
Inactive storage: 6819 KiB

List Cache Entries Disk cache device

Number of entries: 3224
Maximum storage size: 500000 KiB
Storage in use: 26066 KiB
Cache Directory: C:\Documents and Settings\nvarm\Local Settings\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\d74svniy.default\Cache

List Cache Entries Offline cache device

Number of entries: 0
Maximum storage size: 512000 KiB
Storage in use: 0 KiB
Cache Directory: C:\Documents and Settings\nvarm\Local Settings\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\d74svniy.default\OfflineCache

List Cache Entries

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NirSoft has a video cache viewing program at video cache view. He also has other programs to see the web caches and other interesting information like BHO's and the like. All his utilities are free.

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this program is wonderful, it can get a little slow when scanning if you use multiple browsers and never clear your caches, but it's great for grabbing videos, even those pesky "temp" ones. –  skelly Sep 25 '10 at 21:14
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Flash (flv) videos are stored in "Disk cache device". The path for the cache files is:

C:\Documents and Settings\<User>\Local Settings\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\<Profile>.default\Cache

Click on "List Cache Entries" on about:cache page. Then search for your file with CTRL +F (for example, you can type in cs75.tv or .flv). Click on the related key and a new page opens. Look at the "file on disk" info and it should tell you in which subfolder your flv file is located inside Cache folder.

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If you're using Firefox, check out this method. No downloading or installing third-party plugins/apps involved. YMMV.

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Just use flashgot addon and save yourself the trouble.

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If you use Firefox, I consider it would be easier to use the Download Flash and Video plugin for your task.

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