Monday, 7 August 2017

How to Download video from you tube: easy 9 tricks

How to Download video from you tube: easy 9 tricks
How to Download video from you tube: easy 9 tricks
After all, watching YouTube videos offline is taking money out of Google's pocket and those of the videos' creators. There's a reason YouTube runs pre-roll ads: people make a living that way.
Freemake claims it can download video from over 10,000 sites; "Loved by 83 Million users," it brags. With YouTube videos, it grabs things in any format, lets you save links, and downloads multiple videos at once. It also claims to be the fastest, grabbing a two-hour HD video in four minutes, but users can limit the speed if they're on a throttled internet connection. And that price? For free, it's a no-brainer, though you have to put up with advertisements. If you only want to grab music out of the videos you watch, it also offers the free Freemake YouTube to MP3 Boom.
The caveats: Freemake throws in extras when you install, including a third-party antivirus program and a forced change to Yahoo as your search engine in all your browsers. Make sure with this, or any program, that you do the custom install to avoid unwanted changes to your system. Should you trust Freemake? It devotes an entire webpage to reasons why you should—it claims antivirus programs flag them as a false-positive caused by its advertising partner installing potentially unwanted programs, but whether you believe is up to you.
So, let's be clear, taking video from YouTube is a big no-no. If you want to share a video, YouTube makes it pretty damn easy to do, from embedding to emailing to sharing via social networks. You don't really need to download a video most of the time. But maybe you have your reasons. We won't judge. If you must download a YouTube video—absolutely need to, just for yourself, and not for dissemination, and not to be a total douche-nozzle—here's how.
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