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Save video and images from the pages you browse
Flash and Media Capture is a Windows plugin application for MS Internet Explorer. It adds a nice toolbar that allows you to save all images, Flash video and applets from a page to the folder you want.
If you want to save YouTube, Google, MySpace or another online video (FLV format,) please visit the page with the video, wait until it loads in the page and then click the Video Cache button on Flash and Media Capture toolbar. The program can also save such files automatically to a pre-defined folder (AutoSave feature.)
New! Point-and-Save feature makes the process even simplier - just hover your mouse cursor over an image, Flash applet or video and use the toolbar over it to save instantly!
Flash video files (FLV) are not supported by most of portable devices (cell phones, PDA and players) and home multimedia appliances. Flash and Media Capture gives a convinient way to save captured video in various formats. Select the desired video file in the application's Save dialog and click the Convert file button.
You can convert flash video to one of the following formats: AVI, iPhone, iPod, MPEG-4, MOV, MPEG-1, WMV.
This tool is great for making collections of images on your disk from online photo albums, image forums and desktop wallpaper sites.
It also allows you to automatically save images (all or above certain dimensions), video files and Flash to the folder you want. For example, you may browse a picture gallery and have all photos you see to be kept in a folder on your hard disk.
There is a dialog window included that shows all images, video and Flash files on the page. Preview and selective save is possible.
Flash and Media Capture also has unique capability to save Compound Flash Files. It is necessary when Flash applet consists of several linked .swf files. Saving only one of them will not make working such Flash applet correctly.