What is the the Browser that you are using?
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Since you are using Safari
The only response that came thru is "Since you are using safari..."
No one else.
Can view the files.
The files can be found on the HDD of the Mac
Sorry about the first answer. The files can be found.
can the videos be removed from the HDD?
They are stored as an .FLV, MP4,
So they are "out in space" and available to anyone who knows how to search for them?
You can search for those files.
How would one do so? If Found can they be deleted?
Is that yes from the Mac HDD or the internet?
Yes they can be deleted.
From both the Mac and the internet? Or just the Mac?
Me a moment to write the instructions.
You are welcome.
You can search for items from the Finder's toolbar.
When you type in the Search field and press Return, Mac OS X searches for items whose names contain the terms you typed. Mac OS X automatically searches only inside the disk or folder you opened or selected in the Finder. In the image below, Mac OS X would only search the contents of the Pictures folder inside the home folder.
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The finder example is "pictures", what about videos? The finder would only find things that are on the Mac (I assume). I still don't know if the video can be deleted from the internet if found, or how to find them.
Remember I type the file extensions for you.
Those are the formats.
I'm afraid that doesn't mean much to me, sorry. What are the file names that the extensions are appended to?
Like Stream.FLV for example. You can search for *.FLV. The Star * means Wildcard option.
Such as *.mov , *.flv , *.wmv or *.mp4
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