Run a complete search on your system for "Temporary Internet Files" be sure to check the "show hidden files" box. It will be in that folder with a little windows media symbol next to it. To make it a little easer to find, clear your Temporary Internet Files first, then run the video again. You will have fewer files in the folder to look for.Tim47SIP said:Anyone know how to save the file? I don't want to just save the link. I cant find the temp folder it went to. Thanks in advance!
1IDBLKJEW said:Hey does anyone know the website from a while back. Flight408.com or something like that????
The animated video with the DC-10 landing on the highway in California.
I cant remember. If someone has it please post the link.
A lot of videos don't have the download option though. The method I described earlier is a way to save them. I have a shortcut to the Temporary Internet Files folder on my desktop specifically for this reason.Jetsi said:Under the movie there is a hyperlink that says "click right to save".
Right click on that, select "Save target as..." and save it.
I just saved "End of ze world". The only difference with this vid is it is a Flash vid, so in the Temporary Internet Files folder, look for "dord" (the name of this vid) (there will not be a Media Player symbol next to it), then right click, copy, paste. When you go to open your saved file, it will ask you to select a program to open it, select IE (Internet Explorer). The Vid will now play in your browser without being connected to the Internet.Jetsi said:I just thought it was a weird question when it said to save it right below it.
However, I do like your idea. I want to save a copy of the "End of ze World", but haven't been able to. I will give your method a shot and see what happens.