VideoCacheView: Download, Play or Save videos from Cache

Streamed and watched a YouTube Video and now you want it right in your PC hard disk? Then in this case VideoCacheView is the perfect tool for you. I’ve been using this tool from a long time and it has always been very useful to me. This wonderful utility lets you save audio, videos from the cache. In simple and easy words you can save whatever you streamed or loaded on websites like YouTube, Facebook, etc.

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VideoCacheView generates a full report of files that are available and can be saved from the cache. You can load videos, audio, images, and even the SWF files that have been previously viewed on your PC. Under options menu, you can even manage what should be loaded from cache.

Some video files are loaded in parts and therefore it creates a problem while saving those videos but with this tool you can choose to auto merge the video files. You can even extract the Webpage title so that it gives you an idea that from which website does the file belong. Non Cached files can also be explored using this freeware.

Once you’ve located your file in VideoCacheView, you can use the play control to directly play it from the browser cache else you can save it on PC’s hard drive by using the export feature.

You can create an HTML record of the cached files, so that if you need the list of that data in future you can look through the HTML record. If you go into Properties of the file, then you can see some crucial elements that you should look before saving a file from the cache because the file name only isn’t going to give you the idea about file.

The software has been a quite useful and it saves a lot of time that is generally wasted on downloading the videos from Internet. It makes the process much simpler – you just need to play the videos online and they are saved on your Windows PC without any fuss. Video Cache View has a simple, handy and an easy to use interface with many viewing options. The best thing I like about Nirsoft’s applications is their interface. It’s simple, clean and the data is exportable.

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Lavish loves to follow up on the latest happenings in technology. He loves to try out new Windows-based software and gadgets and is currently learning JAVA. He loves to develop new software for Windows. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software is always recommended, he feels.