Re: Recording A/V from embedded Flash player
On Wed, 20 Oct 2010 18:49:00 +0800
Bob <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 09/06/2010 03:13 AM, Celejar wrote:
> > I'm looking for a general solution to record audio and video from Flash
> > players embedded in webpages. I've searched the web, but not found any
> > really general solution. Some Flash video players save a .flv file
> > under /tmp, and that's great, since I can just copy it somewhere else
> > (sometimes it's necessary to do this before the video finishes (pausing
> > it if necessary), since it disappears on completion, but usually it
> This really annoys me as the file is still cached somwhere as you can
> still play it, I'm just unable to find it, I think it's a new "feture"
> of flahs10. I wondered if there was a http proxy that could cache and
> then hang onto the files. The ones I'm having trouble with at the mo are
> from streetfire which actually streams a valid mp4 file you can view
> with mplayer but as soon as the buffering completes the file vanishes.
What do you mean "view with mplayer"? Where is the file stored until
the buffering completes?
> Did you have any luck?
No :( - at least, not yet. I'm out of ideas for now, but I'll probably
keep coming back to this periodically.
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