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Hi guys!

Is there a way to locate a Google Video by what I assume is it's 'string'? Copying and pasting is about my only talent and that brings up no results. For example: r12-sn-4wg7en7l.googlevideo.com
There's a heap of these with different combinations in my folder above a gwallet listing and I can't figure out what it all is! Thanks in advance :)
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It's a temporary string assigned to a video by a Google server. Once the video is accessed using that string, that string is no longer valid.

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