I have watched a video on youtube, I didn't close the browser window and it is buffered. I can watch that video anytime, without connecting to internet, as it is completely buffered. But I am not able to find the local cache for it, I checked the default folder of cache for my browser(chrome), which is: %AppData% Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Cache, but videos is not there. However it must be there somewhere in my local system as I am able to watch it again and again without connecting to internet. I used to get those previously, but something happen either it is saving in some other folder or what. does anyone has any idea?
I found the location at last, It seems the new google chrome has changed the location for Flash temporary files, instead of using the old location for cache files
it is using the below new location:
However I am not sure if it is keeping all files there or only big files (say 100Mbs or more).
Thanks for help!
It doesn't work with chrome. It works only with IE. Also it doesn't work with the new Vevo player. You may download IDM or any other app for downloading videos.
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