VideoCacheView now supports the split video files of YouTube Web site.
Recently, many users complained that VideoCacheView cannot extract valid video files saved in the cache by YouTube Web site, because YouTube started to split their video files into multiple parts. So finally, I managed to create a solution that solves this problem.
Starting from version of 2.20 of VideoCacheView, it automatically detects the .flv video files split by YouTube Web site, and displays every chunk of split files as a single record.
The new 'Split Files Count' column displays the number of split files that the displayed record represents.
When you use the 'Copy Selected Files To...' option, VideoCacheView automatically merges all split files into one .flv that can be played in .flv player. The files are merged in the order of the created date/time of every file.
When you choose to delete a record containing split video files, all split files are deleted at once.
You can download the latest version of VideoCacheView from this Web page.