A short while ago "CBS This Morning" had segment on architect Frank Gehry. I want to find this on my HDD and convert to a format that I can burn on a DVD and also readily play on any computer. Here's the link; interesting, quite a guy:http://www.cbs.com/shows/cbs_this_morni ... rowing-up/
I had a difficult time finding my Temporary Internet Files folder. It used to be easy to find. In the Win7, the search option does not offer to find folders anymore.... Anyway, it is hidden. I spent a while via trial & error revealing hidden folders. It seems to be in this path:
OS(C:) --> Users --> NuGuy --> AppData --> Local --> Microsoft --> Windows --> Temporary Internet Files --> Low --> ContentIE5
Within ContentIE5 there are many folders, sortable by date and time.
What I did was run CCleaner to clear my temp files, open up DuckDuckGo search web site (minimal data downloaded there; no ads, etc.), and ran the CBS segment from my saved Favorites link. Immediately after the segment ended, I closed IE10 to minimize the amount of data I would have to look through and make my large CBS video file easier to find. I opened up the "ContentIE5" folder (this folder was the only folder that had any significant sized files in it; I did not find any large files when looking anywhere else in Temporary Internet Files or Low). Inside this ContentIE5 folder were 216 files, 244 folders. I sorted these in descending by date & time modified. There was only one among all those cryptically-named folders that had any large files. The largest file was in folder "I6MIFPDJ" at 1,593 KB. This seemed to be a pretty small file to me, but it was the largest file I could find, so I copied it and placed (isolated) it in its own folder in my Documents. It is an FLV file. So, Win7 was able to play it (anyway). (It warns you that it may not be able to run the file). This file--the largest one I was able to find--was only the half-minute ad that you are forced to watch immediately before seeing the video clip you really want to see.
I'm hoping that someone can point me to the folder that has the main CBS video clip that I view from my Favorites link, and also tell me which (& how) to get whatever format I need to burn to DVD and HDD. Thanks.