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Topic: Tech help
Message: Posted by: Pete Biro (Apr 17, 2008 11:19PM)
Is there a way to download and save on your computer a film clip from You Tube?
Message: Posted by: ekins (Apr 18, 2008 12:16AM)
I've been curious about this too and did a little looking around. It looks like there are several sites that allow you to do this. Here's a video on YouTube that explains the process for one of them. The all look very similar.


Message: Posted by: Father Photius (Apr 18, 2008 12:40AM)
Great site, thanks for the info.
Message: Posted by: Tina I (Apr 18, 2008 01:15AM)
The Firefox browser has a neat plug-in called "unPluged" that allow you to download most embedded media.
Message: Posted by: qureyoon (Apr 18, 2008 05:19AM)
Hi Pete,

For a not to savvy tech guy, this is easy to use


There are others that does the same thing too:
- http://keepvid.com/
- http://vixy.net/

Simply paste the youtube url, and it will pop up a save as/download window.

After that if the file name is like [b]get_video[/b] without extension, then later you have to rename it to [i]whatever[/i][b].flv[/b]

.flv is a spesific extension for video on the web such as youtube etc. It can't be played using the usual Windows Media Player.

You can play this kind of file type using VLC http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

Hope this help :)

p.s: If you care to find out more, check this huge list :) http://mashable.com/2007/05/05/download-youtube-video/
Message: Posted by: MCM (Apr 18, 2008 07:15AM)
I use the latest/greatest Real Player http://www.real.com. It gives you a download option for youtube or any other imbedded video.