FlashFetch
FlashFetch 0.3.4b0
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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
Version 0.3.4b0:
  • + Tasks added to menu
  • + Option to overwrite/rename on download
  • + Serialize Downloads in Prefs
  • * Minor interface tweaks.
  • * Lots of code fixes.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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Roro01 commented on 09 Jan 2008
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.
[Version 0.3]

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Reddog99 replied on 21 Aug 2008
Wow! Thanks for that download tip! I didn't know it.
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Rubaiyat replied on 15 Nov 2010
Using Activity does not always work, sometimes it goes into a loop on screen without DLing, which is why you need something like FlashFetch. Unfortunately I tested FF and it just seems to do nothing:

http://acrobatusers.com/auc/content/tutorials/acrobat_x/put-in-portfolio.mp4

I provided the above link and it just clears the list without actually DLing the file.

The feedback link in the program is broken as well. It keeps wiping the content of the message. It doesn't seem to be due to message length because it did it twice before I had typed more than a couple of lines and always when I attempted to paste the link in.

It looks very crude and broke to me.
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ivanovitch commented on 09 Jan 2008
Sorry, but I don't want my software to 'move forward'. I just want it to work, and do what I want it to do.
[Version 0.3]


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husty commented on 08 Nov 2007
Any progress on this? Program isn't working whatsoever (on a macbook) and it's odd that no one else is commenting or reviewing here!
[Version 0.2.9]

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CoreTWEAK (developer) replied on 20 Nov 2007
What is not working it is not starting? What version of OSX are you using? What site are you browsing? Please include all details so we can try to duplicate the problem.
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etartakoff replied on 15 Jan 2008
same here doesn't work, just quits ... oh well.
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etartakoff replied on 15 Jan 2008
I'm running 10.5.1 on a macbook pro
FlashFetch 0.3.2b0.
the application never opens at all
it just quits as soon as it launches
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CoreTWEAK-Dev (developer) replied on 15 Jan 2008
Try downloading from the program website the first upload to MU was corrupt some how.

Drop FlashFetch into your Applications folder and when you start the program you will need to Authenticate for it to be able to capture the network stream. If you do not the program will not open.
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etartakoff replied on 15 Jan 2008
ok that seemed to work downloading from the web site works fine now
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CoreTWEAK-Dev (developer) replied on 15 Jan 2008
Please use the feedback from in the application for any requests or other feedback.

Thanks
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CoreTWEAK (developer) commented on 13 Oct 2007
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.
[Version 0.1.10]

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chas_m replied on 09 Jan 2008
Followed instructions. Program continues to do ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.

Thanks for wasting my time.
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danway commented on 13 Oct 2007
I want to use this program but how does it work? You cannot paste a url into it to download. No documentation is included.
[Version 0.1.10]


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Downloads:13,682
Version Downloads:11,349
Type:Multimedia Design : Video
License:Free
Date:19 Jan 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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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.


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