How to Easily Download Videos From YouTube

How to Easily Download Videos From YouTube

Watching videos on the videos portal, such as YouTube has become quite a popular thing these days. With faster broadband and 3G speeds, the videos stream much faster than before. Do you know that the videos on YouTube can also be downloaded to your computer or the memory card of your phone and watched offline? This is especially useful for people who watch the same video repeatedly. Instead of using data again and again, you can download the videos once and watch them offline as many times as you want. Here is how you can do that.

There are many sites on the web which allow free download of the videos from the video portals such as YouTube and Dailymotion. However, not all the websites are safe and some may even download malware and spyware on your computer. But if you are downloading the videos from keepvid.com, you don’t need to worry about such issues anymore. You can easily download the videos from this site. To do so, login to this site and in the search box at the top (just below the menu bar) enter the URL of the video you want to download. Now click on the ‘Download’ button next to the search box.  It will also give you the video format options including AVI and MPEG.

If you want to sidestep the hassle of copy-paste, you can also install a browser extension. For instance, you can install the browser extension from http://en.savefrom.net/ and every time you watch a video you will be presented with the option to download it.

 

 

 


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