TPD Video Grabber
TPD Video Grabber is a small software application whose purpose is to help you save videos stored in the cache data of your web browsers.
You are welcomed by a simple design that embeds only a few configuration settings because the downloading process is pretty much automatic.
Save watched videos on your computer
TPD Video Grabber automatically starts the scanning mode when you run it. It looks for clips that are stored in your web browser’s cache data. Basically, all you need to do is watch videos via your browser, and the tool is able to identify them.
The application provides detailed information about each item, such as filename, date when it was watched, size (in MB), and browser. It works hand in hand with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
You can watch videos on different websites, such Google, AOL, YouTube, ABC, eBaum’s World, and many others. When you open the utility, it automatically refreshes the list with the cached videos and reveals the new ones. Manual refreshing options are also on the feature list.
Last but not least, you are allowed to save the selected video to your computer, delete it or open it via the built-in player, which comes packed with basic features for helping you play or stop the current selection, seek for a position in the video streams, adjust the volume, and take screen captures.
All things considered, TPD Video Grabber gives you the option to download videos without setting up complex configuration parameters. The intuitive feature pack makes it suitable for beginners and professionals alike. On the downside, it hasn’t been benefited from an update lately so you can make use of its capabilities especially on older operating systems like Windows XP, Vista, 7, 2003, or 2008.