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Download YouTube (and other) Video Clips with a Browser Bookmarklet

There are a number of web site you can go through to download videos from sites like YouTube to your one system, like KeepVid -- but you have to wonder if such sites are tracking what you do. Clicking on the All-In-One Video Bookmarklet while on YouTube, Google Video, Metacafe, Myspace, Break.com, Putfile, Dailymotion, Sevenload, MyVideo.de or Clipfish.de and the bookmarklet will give you the locationj of the video you are watching so you can download it yourself -- without going through any third party web sites.

The All-In-One Video Bookmarklet is a simple solution to a common desire: to keep a copy of the great video you just saw on YouTube. Unfortunately, while it works in Firefox and Opera, it does not work in IE. For those who use Greasemonkey on Firefox, the All-In-One Video Bookmarklet page includes Greasemonkey scripts that duplicate and extend the bookmarklet's functionality. The web page also has some suggestions for freeware that will allow Windows users to view some of the more unusual video formats (like Flash Video). Quite a bit of good information on one web page.

Rating: 4.0
Operating System: Windows
License: Freewhere
Price: Free
Web Site: http://1024k.de/bookmarklets/video-bookmarklets.html

[tags]Windows, online video, downloading online video, Youtube, Google Video, bookmarklets[/tags]


Some scripts just doesn't work anymore (especially with IE).

And it's troublesome to go to some site just to be able to grab youtube videos.

A much easier way is just use zillatube (is at http://www.zillatube.com ).
You can download an also convert to high quality videos with different formats. Cool - just one neat software.

can somebody help to me please? if i open this page: http://1024k.de/bookmarklets/video-bookmarklets.html and clisnk right on all in one video i dont see bookmark. only classic : copy, save, propertis:( can do i do it any other way? thanks for answer. please on email if is possible.


I'm not sure what browser you are using, most have some way to bookmark a link in the right click menu (be sure you are actually right clicking the link, however). However, if yours does not, you may be able to drag the link to a toolbar on your browser (this works in IE and Firefox).

here the other tool let you download all video from all share host video website like google youtube sevendload....

it value for using any time without software any where you need

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