Downloading and Configuring Windows to Play Flash Video (FLV) File – The Hard Way

If you’re using Firefox as your primary browser, and installed various video downloader extension to your Firefox of course you can download any movie that you want as long as the video came from a supported site such as Youtube and Google Video. But what if you’re trying to download flash movie from an unsupported site ? you’ll have to get it using other method, but this method is always works best for me beside i do not have to redownload the movie again (as long as you have not cleared your browser cache)

First of all this guide i assume you’re using Firefox as your browser, but if you’re using other browser (Internet Explorer) then the only thing different here is you must search the Cache location of your browser

If you’re using Firefox you can simply go to Firefox cache directory that can be found in C:\Documents and Settings\YourWindowsUsername\Local Settings\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\SomeDirectory\Cache

And if you’re using Opera the cache directory would be like this C:\Documents and Settings\YourWindowsUsername\Application Data\Opera\Opera\profile\cache4