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quin8484

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I downloaded SUPER a video encoding program that works great, problem is it uses or creates a temp file somewhere on the computer that does not auto delete when the video is finished encoding.

 

I need help finding the path (As the program hides it) that it is using to create this massive or massive files and then I need to delete it

 

I looked every where in temp folders and did not find anything of GB size there, it may be alpha-numeric.

 

Every time I use the program It grows/ fails to delete itself. Help me find the location.


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Good day quin8484,

I have moved your topic to the right section of the forum. Hopefully experts will answer soon.

 

Regards,

Machiavelli


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Any programs to see where the temp file or cache keeps building?


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