Yes, it is possible. Fiddler operates in two modes - buffering and streaming. You can read more about them here
. Fiddler uses the streaming mode by default for audio and video sessions. If you need to stream other content you have to enable the streaming mode.
When a session's response body is streamed, you cannot inspect it directly until the stream is closed. However, you can take a "snapshot" of it by right-clicking the session and using the COMETPeek command from the context menu. Then if you'd like, you can save the session as a SAZ file and reopen it later.
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