Step 4: Almost there
Now, create a shortcut on your desktop for the batch file. Then enjoy.
Here how it will work. Once you download a video (make sure you have downloaded the entire video), leave the webpage open and double click on your shortcut. You’ll get a command prompt box explaining what is going on. Don’t worry, depending on the size of the video, and how many you have loaded (you can load 20 or 30 tabs, all with videos then just run this at the end) it may take some time.
Once completed, the command prompt box will close on its own. Go into your c:/temp2 directory. You will see a bunch of files. None are videos, right? Wrong. They are hidden there as “FLA**.tmp” You can sort by size as the videos will be the biggest files in the directory normally.
Now, simply rename that (or those) files to “****.avi” and you can play them, move them, or whatever. You can also delete all the other files in the directory.
Note-If you don’t have VLC player, you might have problems with playback on these files. Please, go here, and download VLC player. It’s free and is the best video player available! http://videolan.org/