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 15 Jun 2011

How to Capture a Macromedia Flash Object from a Web Site



Internet Explorer

Go to the website and do not click of the movie/object.

Click Tools>Internet Options>General then click delete files, this will delete all offline content.
Go to the flash object/movie.
Go back to Tools>Internet Options>General, click settings.

Click View files.

There should be a list of files, one of those files will be the flash object.

Please note: This won’t work for the latest Internet Explorer.


Mozilla Firefox

Go to the website with the flash or other embedded object you wish to download.

Click Tools > Page Info
Click the "Media" tab and scroll through the objects on the page. The "Type" column will help in many instances; Flashes, music and videos all appear as "Embeds" or ‘Objects’.
Highlight the Flash and click "Save as" and select folder on your hard drive to save the file.

Google Chrome

Go to the page with flash file(swf file) you want to save.
Press ctrl+U to enter view source of the page(it will be opened in a separate tab)
Press ctrl+F to open the find box on top right corner of the "view source" page and type "swf" (without quotes)
Right-click on links ending with ".swf" and click ‘Save as’ and select folder on your hard drive to save the file.


Go to the website with the flash or other embedded object you wish to download.

Please note:

Firefox has extensions such as Amazing Media Browser and VideoDownloader which make this action much easier.
This will work with any file type, such as MP3, MIDI files, avi, movies, etc.

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