We all know that we should back up our video files on a regular basis and how disruptive and even devastating it can be to lose our entire library of video content. Even with the best of intentions, hard drives can break or we can fall out of the routine of saving our footage in the cloud. Luckily, any video files uploaded in the past to YouTube can easily be salvaged by the channel owner as the site keeps a copy of all your uploaded video content. There are two ways of retrieving these files either #1) go to video manager and download the MP4 although you can only download 2 videos per hour this way or #2) download the entire archive. We show you both options in this week’s Creators Tip.
Have you ever thought about how to download YouTube channel? Maybe you have, but you didn’t think it was possible, or maybe you’ve tried it before, but you just weren’t successful. There are actually a number of different reasons that you might want to do it, and as we’ve already talked about, there are plenty of YouTube channel downloaders that you can go about it. But, if you’re still not totally convinced that you need to download YouTube videos or your favorite channel, here’s why you should think again.
NOTE: Beware of the ad traps on some helper sites—ads that look like they should be the download button to get your desired content, but they are not. Also, depending on the ad network employed by the site, your own virus detection software may throw up some warnings. The more the developers of sites rely on ads they don't control, or resort to trying to get you to place something on your system as "payment," the worse off we all are.
It may take some time depending on the number of files you have and the total size. You can use the "Email me when done" option to get notified once the archival completes. You can then download the created archive locally. Make sure to download it to your Google Drive shared folder or copy it there after download so it gets synced and backed up in the cloud.
Step 1: Free download YouTube video downloader on Mac iMac Pro, Macbook Air/Pro or Mac Mini and install it, copy the URL of the video page. find a video you'd like to save offline, then paste the URL and click "analyze" to load the YouTube video details. Or click "paste & analyze" button to automatically detect the YouTube video opened in browse.
Updated: YouTube no longer supports 4K video player in Safari according to the feedback from Reddit users. This is because of the VP9 video codec problem that safari doesn't support. So Mac users won't access to 4K video on YouTube in native 2160p resolution until Apple updates Safari to support VP9 codec. Or they can turn to another 4k video player like 5KPlayer or YouTube downloader for Mac to capture the 4K videos for viewing offline.
There are lots of videos without audio formats available with DistillVideo. You just need to copy the URL of your preferred video, then paste the URL into the search box of Distill Video and press “Start” button. In the video section showed, there is "Video only", click "More" on the right side, select the format you like and right click the "Download" button, then click "Save link as..." to download the video without audio onto your computer. If you are using browsers of the smart phone or tablet, just Touch and hold the "Download" button, then click "Download link" to save the file to your device.
That said, with Android it is possible to install apps without going through Google. The latest is InsTube – Free Video and Music Downloader just for Android—you can only get it at InsTube's site. You download the APK (Android application package) file to sideload on an Android device. Find it in your device's downloads and click it to install. (You may have to go into your security settings and enable "Unknown sources.") There is a similar side-load app from YTD.