How to download online streaming flash video file?
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When you play this file, does it buffer in /tmp ? If it does, then you can copy the entire file (once it has buffered completely)and copy it into another location. This works for video streams on youtube.
the output looks like this:
And is the name and location of every flash file being executed by firefox at THIS time. You should do this BEFORE closing the tab that is playing the video because the file is deleted when the tab is closed.
would play the same video that firefox is playing in its corresponding tab.
before closing the tab you should cp /tmp/FlashGBuKCp <some dir>