Comments on: [Windows] (Can’t) download and convert videos from YouTube with All Free YouTube Downloader Professional Technologians Mon, 26 Jan 2015 03:56:01 +0000 hourly 1 By: storageman Thu, 31 Jan 2013 18:39:23 +0000 A little confused as I have been using this Free youtube download for a long time.
It is great for one (apple type ). I installed and it just works. (wish more like this)

By: JMJ Thu, 31 Jan 2013 18:30:26 +0000 These two beauties get every/any video you want (except commercial streaming [e.g., NetFlix, Hulu Plus] arcpano, etc.) :
— Freemake Video Downloader (and auto converter) has been perfect, literally, for me on YouTube and with just about every other site I’ve tried. It will optionally install a “Download” button that appears beneath the video actually being played on YouTube. Pause/resume/restart. HIGHLY recommended. And it’s free.

— MetaProducts Flash & Media Capture is my other, absolutely-must-have favorite. It resides in my IE browser’s Menu Bar and will download/convert Images, Flash and/or Videos with one click. You can choose individual files to save or scrape the whole page/site! HIGHLY recommended. Costs USD 25.00.

By: Zapped Sparky Thu, 31 Jan 2013 16:01:49 +0000 I use Easy youtube video downloader for downloading vids that I like:
It puts a button underneath the videos, click that and you get a selection of what quality you want, 240 flv, 480flv, even HD (if available).

By: kkanalz Thu, 31 Jan 2013 13:52:05 +0000 I had trouble with that same program for downloading YouTube stuff and finally gave up. I tried lots of other “free” YouTube downloaders as well and none of them worked, either.

UNTIL — I found “VSO Downloader” ! This FREE application has been a godsend. It not only downloads (and converts) YouTube videos, but also just about any other video you click into and watch on your computer. In fact, it will even download music albums from a link(s)! It effectively “auto-detects” a running video and starts recording it. If you want a YouTube (usually in .flv format) video converted to say, “.avi” format, it will do that automatically immediately following the download of the .flv video and store it in a file (directory) you designate.

Remember: “VSO Downloader” !!

Karl K.
McKinney, Texas