is there anybody who can tell me how to download multimedia files e.g. real audio and video as well as WMA ("on demand")to my local disk ? I don't want to download the files again and again - it takes too much time and money, especially when I'm on dial-up. I tried to look at the Internet cache files in my Windows directory - but there seems to be no such files stored, - nor temporary files. I'm using Windows 98.
Thanks a lot.
Usually if you right click on the file you can download it to your harddrive. Please be wary of copyright issues though. Just because you can play it on your computer doesn't mean its free.
Wayne Luke - Sitepoint Moderator/Internet Media Developer
Digital Magician Studios - Making Magic with Web Applications
I've tried to store a .ram file (realplayer-format) with a right mouse click, but you'll get only a link to that location where the .ram file stands.