Portable VideoCacheView 2.66 Freeware

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Portable VideoCacheView 2.66 FreewarePortable VideoCacheView is the portable version of VideoCacheView, an intuitive application that is able to extract the video files that are stored in your browser’s cache and save them to your computer for offline viewing. Since this is a portable version, it is important to mention that the program doesn’t leave any traces in the Windows Registry, and you can copy it on any USB flash drive or other devices, and take it with you whenever you need to grab videos.  Once you run the program, Portable VideoCacheView automatically scans the entire cache of Internet Explorer and Mozilla-based web browsers, and displays the video files in the primary panel. Compared to other similar applications that comprise internal web browsers for helping you select the videos that you want to download, or allow users to insert URLs in the dedicated dialogs, this tool only relies on an automatic scanning mode for grabbing the video files. Moreover, you can open the URL with your current web browser, and copy the selected items to plain text, HTM, HTML, XML, or CSV. This tool comes packed with a useful feature, as it allows users to play the files by using their default player before actually copying the files to the saving directory. Portable VideoCacheView enables you to save the videos to a custom output location, and you can also make the program use the web page and title as filename, or add your own description to generate the file name. It is possible to view details about each video, such as filename, content type, download URL, title, browser, the date when it was last accessed or modified, copy name, full-path filename, and others. Advanced options include the possibility of selecting the web browsers and displaying files that are larger than a specified value. All in all, Portable VideoCacheView offers an excellent software solution when it comes to downloading videos files quickly and with minimum effort. Thanks to its overall simplicity, it can be mastered by beginners and professionals alike.
After watching a video in a Web site, you may want to save the video file into your local disk for playing it offline in the future. If the video file is stored in your browser’s cache, this utility can help you to extract the video file from the cache and save it for watching it in the future. It automatically scans the entire cache of Internet Explorer and Mozilla-based Web browsers (Including Firefox) and finds all video files that are currently stored in it. It allows you to easily copy the cached video files into another folder for playing/watching them in the future. If you have a movie player that is configured to play flv files, it also allows you to play the video directly from your browser’s cache. After the video list is displayed, you can use one of the following options, assuming that the video files are stored in the cache (‘In Cache’ = Yes): · Play Selected File: Allows you to play the video file directly from the cache, assuming that you have a video player that is configured to play .flv files. · Copy Selected Files To: Allows to copy the video files from the cache into another folder, so you will be able to play them in the future. If you have a video file that is not stored in the cache (‘In Cache’ = No), you can use the ‘Open Download URL In Browser’ option (F8) in order to download the video file. You can also use the ‘Copy Download URLs’ option (Ctrl+U) to copy the download URLs to the clipboard, and then use then in your browser or in other download software. Be aware that some Web sites may not allow you to download a video file in this way. Nowadays most webpages use Flash video files (with the .flv extension) for playing video materials inside the website. VideoCacheView doesn’t provide a build-in video player, but if you already have a video player that is configured to play .flv files, VideoCacheView will be able to use it for playing the video files directly from the Web browser’s cache. Known Problems And Limitations · In some Video Web sites, the video files are not always saved in the cached by the Web browser. When the video file is not saved in the cache, you won’t be able to watch it or to copy it to another folder. · If you use a Web browser based on Mozilla (including Firefox), VideoCacheView will provide a link to download the video file, even if the file itself is not stored in the cache. Due to technical limitation, this feature is not available for Internet Explorer browser. · For Mozilla-based Web browser (including Firefox), you should close the Web browser in order to view the latest video files that you watched.
What’s New 
  • Fixed a crash problem occurred when trying to load the cache of IE10.

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