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How do I save videos?


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demirkol

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I was wondering where do the videos I watch online from youtube get saved in? I forgot where it gets saved.
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They don't get saved they are streaming videos.
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they do get saved I remember doing it once thats why
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Yes they do get saved in a temp folder however as soon as you see another video on youtube or you watch another flash video they are gone.
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can I please have a link to that folder
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I did a HD search for one of YouTube.com's videos (http://www.youtube.com/v/voAntzB7EwE) by using voAntzB7EwE as the search word. Nothing found on HD. Tuxmaster is correct for streaming videos. You are allowed to post a video if you register for an account.

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From what I remember when you watch a video on youtube it gets saved in a temp folder all i want is that.
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If it had been, I would have found the video I watched, then got the URL and name of. It was not found in ANY folder. Windows has a temp folder. You can look in there if you want and search HD for other temp folders to look in.

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If you are using the Mozilla Firefox browser, there is an extension that will allow you to download videos from many popular hosting sites. It's called "VideoDownloader".
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I know those websites and extensions its just that the extension doesnt help me out with the website im using
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