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Storing WMV streaming files

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#1 Haajeehaa


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Posted 04 April 2005 - 05:08 PM

I discovered that I could replay streamed WMV files after completely disconnecting from the internet (unplugged my ethernet cable from my PC).

I tried to find that files, but up to now without any result.
I used IE 6 and Mozilla Firefox, but the files didnot show in their cashes.

So I suppose WMV has its own storing features.
from the site info. I know that the extension is .wvx
Searching my disk for .wvx-files gave only some administration files with only the URL of the streaming video.

Does anyone knows where WMP stores those files?
Why I want to konw? The files is a local news item that I want to burn on DVD.

Thanks for helping me


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#2 Grinler


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Posted 05 April 2005 - 05:42 PM

Probably in your temporary internet files. Make it so you can see hidden files and click on start, then run, and type :

%UserProfile%\local settings\Temporary Internet Files

then press enter.

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