VideoCacheView is updated to work with downloaded temporary .flv (flash) files of Firefox 3.6.4

Starting from the new version of Firefox (3.6.4), allĀ  flash objects displayed on a Web site are now loaded inside a separated process (plugin-container.exe), instead of the Firefox process itself. This change is welcomed, because when there is a crash inside a flash object (video, game, advertising, or anything else), it won't take down Firefox.

This change also caused VideoCacheView to stop working with the temporary flash video files created by Firefox, because VideoCacheView failed to detect the new process. But... This problem is already fixed on version 1.71 of VideoCacheView. So if you got the new version of Firefox (3.6.4), you should also get the latest version of VideoCacheView.

Firefox plugin-container.exe in Process Explorer

Firefox plugin-container.exe in Process Explorer

One Response to “VideoCacheView is updated to work with downloaded temporary .flv (flash) files of Firefox 3.6.4”

  1. Yves Says:

    Thanks from Brussels !

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