Editors' reviewAs its moniker suggests, this Internet Explorer plug-in quickly captures Flash applets and images from Web pages, but it supports only a few Web browsers. Like other apps in this class, Flash and Media Capture places an additional toolbar atop your Internet Explorer. The program's sleek, easy-to-operate interface houses a preview panel and a couple of save options for media and Flash files. It quickly captures images and Flash applets upon opening Web pages, and then autosaves images and applets in a user-defined directory. We also liked the preview panel, which allows users to view objects and images before storing them in folders. Users can conveniently turn the autosave feature on or off and autosave images only with specific dimensions. Flash and Media Capture handles well and demonstrated good speed during assessment. Our main complaint is that it only works with Internet Explorer and Maxthon browsers, excluding other popular browsers like Firefox and Opera. Nonetheless, most users will find Flash and Media Capture handy and easily accessible.
Flash and Media Capture is a Windows plug-in application for MS Internet Explorer. It adds a toolbar that allows you to save all images and Flash applets from a page to the folder you want. This tool is great for making collections of images on your disk from online photo albums, image forums and desktop wallpaper sites.
What's new in this version:
Version 2.1 has added support for WMV video and fixed Save Dialog behavior.