I have never tried it on Windows, but it should work in a similar way, I guess.

You probably already heard about those tools which promise to save your youtube (or any other flash video oriented website) videos. Actually you don’t need any third party tool in order to save any flash video.

This is how it works:

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#cd /tmp/

#ls -lah

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So now you have got your usual temporary files list.

Now go to your favorite web browser and search for an youtube video (or any other flash videp oriented website) and start to load it and wait until it gets fully loaded.

Now back to the tmp directory:

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#ls -lah

Flash0GCg9U

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You will find out there’s a file in there called “Flash+randomcharacters”, now just copy it to any another directory and feel free to rename the file of course.

Done, now you got the video forever! 😉

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