FlashFetch helps you easily save the flash documents in the websites you visit. There are more and more Web pages embedded with Flash animation inside. However, there are no "Save to..." function for you to save the Flash document that you like.
FlashFetch can save videos from YouTube, Dailymotion, Tu.tv and other flash video sites...
Program is currently in its early stages of development but lots of features are planned. Please send feedback if you wish to see this program move forward and send the list of sites it works on and it doesnt.
What's new in FlashFetch
+ Tasks added to menu
+ Option to overwrite/rename on download
+ Serialize Downloads in Prefs
* Minor interface tweaks.
* Lots of code fixes.
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You can simply save flash files directly from Safari's Activity window - double click the file and it will open up in a new window then save it.
You can also do that using Firefox if you have the free VideoDownloader Extension installed.
Sorry didnt get to the documentation on it yet.
Instructions for use are as follows:
1. Open Program.
2. Click the START button.
3. Open your web browser.
4. Go to YouTube or what ever other flash video site and when the flash video starts in the browser the download link will appear in FlashFetch.
5. You have 2 choices.
A. select the link and click download to have FlashFetch download to your desktop.
B. Double click the link and paste it into a download manager.