DistillVideo supports to run in any browser accross any platform, regardless of whether you are using Windows, Mac or Linux, Android, iPhone. Provide audios/videos in full file formats including MP4, AVI, MP3, WEBM, FLV, 3GP, M4A, etc. It also supports HD videos of 1080P, 2K, 4K and 8K. It can convert any online video to MP3 for free (free MP3 converter). Subtitles can be extracted and downloaded as well. No need to install any annoying softwares or apps that may infect your computer or android phone. It is the best and free downlowder to download any video from any site using url online.
Refresh the page and try again. Sometimes it is better when no other applications or software are running. For example, close Word, Excel, etc., and/or anything else that you are not using at the moment, and make sure you are not connected to Skype, Facebook or your email while doing the video download so your computer is not "busy" running heavy apps or software.
For sure, you can use any devices that can browse website to download the video or audio. You just need to open DistillVideo on your iphone, iPad or other smart phones (DistillVideo also can be used as youtube video downloader for android), then past the video url into the search box, after waiting for 1-3 seconds to display the results, Touch and hold the "Download" button, then click "Download link" to save the file to your device. That's all. Then enjoy watching it offline.
Not to be confused with the unrelated "pro" above, Video DownloadHelper supports a huge number of sites—even those for adults. You'll know a video is downloadable when the icon for the extension animates when you're on the webpage. Video DownloadHelper for Chrome has stopped working with YouTube—so it could get placement in the Chrome Web Store. You can get around that by using the Video DownloadHelper extension for Firefox. The developer has a Kiva initiative page, where it prefers you donate funds to those in need, which has raised over $137,700.
In this video, we are using a google chrome browser extension called "Flash video downloader" from Google Webstore for google chrome. You can't download videos from YouTube using this extension, because google doesn't allow the extension to do so, as well as it is disabled on Youtube. And we do not recommend downloading videos from YouTube using any other tools or services unless Google or YouTube allows it.
There are workarounds. One is using a free iOS file manager app like Documents by Readdle. Use the Safari browser to visit a YouTube video, and use the Share option to find Copy Link. Then go back to Documents, and use the built-in browser in the app to surf to a video download helper site like SaveFrom.net. Paste the link into the form (hold your finger down on it until you get "Paste" menu to pop up). The site will give you the links to download, and you can save the file to Documents. Hold down and drag the file up, until you're back on the main screen, then drag it to the Photos folder. You'll need to give Documents permission to access Photos the first time. You can then access the video like you would any video taken on the phone or tablet—in the Photos app.
You never know what’s going to be pulled down from your favorite social media sites. That means, if the show is removed, you wouldn’t have any way to access it. If you’ve already downloaded that information, however, you’ll be able to pull it back up and watch it over and over again, however frequently you want. You don’t have to worry about whether it’s going to still be available on the social media site you use when you go back to it.
The DVDVideoSoft system gives you free downloads in just about any style you might need. It’s an easier YouTube video downloader that consists of only three different steps. The system is older than some because it’s more than ten years old and it provides some of the best quality you could want. It’s available to be used on both PC and Mac computers, which gives you the level of versatility and flexibility that you’re looking for before you even get started. Plus, you can get a range of different options or different formatting features to the videos that you want to download.
Buggy playing: While the conversion side of the app works fine, there is also a Play tab that you should be able to use to play any video from your computer, and even those that you've downloaded through the app but not converted yet. But when we tried out this feature, all we saw was a blank screen, even though the controls seemed to indicate that the video was playing.
If you mis-tag your videos for the wrong set of audience, the FTC could charge you with compliance issues, and later, even takedown your channel. Other disciplinary actions include the implementation of fines, which could go up to $42,000 for each violation. Even though the help-centre of YouTube claims that they will look into the financial status of the content creator before the fines are decided, it still could add up to a considerable amount. Many YouTube animators are currently in a dilemma, as their work is not directed at children, but cannot be tagged as “for adults” either.
You just need to copy page URL, or right click on the video to select "Copy video address", then paste the URL into the search box of Distill Video (http://distillvideo.com) and press “Start” button. After waiting 2-3 seconds, the video section showed, choose your preferred format and right click the "Download" button, then click "Save link as..." to download the video or audio into your computer or phone.
Normally it takes around 1 second to extract the downloading url for videos like Youtube, for some videos it make take longer, but no more than 5 seconds. If the extracting process takes more than 5 seconds, you better check the settings of your browser, sometimes it is due to the extension like "uBlock Origin". The speed will be greatly enhanced after disabling such extensions. Otherwise, just clear the cookies of the browser, the problem will be solved most of the times.
However, even free, you can grab 4K video from YouTube with no problem. A 575.4MB file took over 10.5 minutes—no surprise with the speed restriction, but still agonizingly painful. There's an option to convert the file to MKV, AVI, or WMV as you download it. If you want a playlist, you can do them in a batch, but in my test TubeGet would only allow a max of 1080p HD even on the 8K video playlist.