I'm not sure if this was covered in this thread, but wanted to add my 2 cents.
I wanted to watch videos off the web, but since we still don't have flash support that's a no go. I decided to go the other route. I tested a few different programs and came up with a combo that worked fairly well for me.
All of this was done in windows running IE 7.x.
For the most part the files were automatically cached on my hard drive under this directory, when I viewed a flash movie in my browser.
C:\Documents and Settings\user.whoever\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files
The files have the extension .flv
The program I had the best luck converting these files into divx high quality movies was called Total Video Converter - found
The program seems to be able to encoded into a high variety of formats, was fairly quick and all the videos I converted looked great on my 604.
Thought this would be usefull to anyone that wanted to put youtube, crazyshit.com, etc.. videos on their player.
I also installed a program called Flash Favorite (Here
) that worked pretty well at downloading flv/swf files from webpages. I didn't have to use it though, everything seemed to cache itself automatically and I was able to convert it right from that directory.