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As long as you could download YouTube to MP4, it should play well on PS3 or other portable devices. If you need a quick workaround, you could use the service provided by sites like Keepvid, they only require an URL to download target video. And if you're looking for more flexibly options, you may install a free extension like DownloadHelper to your browser, it also provides a task list to control over the download process. More tips: http://acethinker.com/youtube-downloader/
Tamper Money is a nice tool, thanks for sharing this to us. Before this I was using keepvid.com, which is also a nice site with download service and allows me to get desired videos from YouTube. There're even more websites like Keepvid while all of them are free to go.
You could also use keepvid.com to download videos via URL, this site supports more than 35 video sites and does not require installation to get desired videos. Check in more sites similar to Keepvid.
If you're willing to download videos with specific URL like YouTube, you could use a web tool like Keepvid to grab the video; but if you're to download a video embedded in posts and surrounded by texts, you may need a browser plugin like Download Helper. More tips: http://acethinker.com/youtube-downloader/
I like to use the free online downloader on this page, it lets me grab videos completely from YouTube and many other sites. Also, there's no need to subscribe or view ads. I think it could also take a position among the best video downloader apps.
I usually use this free YouTube downloader to grab videos from web. It works well on downloading videos with no need for providing email address or browsing ads. Also, it can export videos to multiple formats including AVI, MP3, MP4, etc. I think it's worth to try.
I have also found a free YouTube downloader on this page. It works nicely in downloading video clips via URL and can export them to multiple media formats. Also, there's no ad, subscription, etc. I think it's worth to have a try.
I was using listentoyoutube.com which allowed me to turn YouTube to MP3 for listening offline. However, the tips here are also workable and I will definitely give them a try, thanks.
There're multiple ways to download videos from YouTube, you could either utilize an online app or standalone program to do the trick. I usually use keepvid.com to grab videos from YouTube, this site only requires a URL to download target video and provides multiple output formats. More tips are available here: http://acethinker.com/youtube-downloader/
I prefer to use a free YouTube Downloader to grab the videos from this platform. This app is web-based and works as downloading videos via URL. It requires no installation, subscription and others.
I like to use flvto.biz to download videos from YouTube while it also allows me to save YouTube videos in MOV formats. I could enjoy videos downloaded via this tool on my iPod with no problem.
I like to use flvto.biz to download videos from YouTube while it also allows me to save YoTube videos in MOV formats. I could enjoy videos downloaded via this tool on my iPod with no problem.
Keepvid.com is a nice site to convert videos from YouTube or other platforms to multiple media formats. Also, there's no need for installation or subscription. There're actually many free sites like Keepvid.
If you're to import YouTube to iMovie, the first step is always download the video at first. In order to do so, I prefer to use the free download service provided by sites like flvto.biz. This site lets me download videos in MOV formats and make it compatible with iMovie. More tips are here: http://acethinker.com/youtube-downloader/youtube-to-mov.html
There're actually many ways to download videos to MOV so as to import them into iPod. You could look for Flvto.biz which provides free service for downloading clips from YouTube or other sites. It also lets users export videos to MOV, AVI, MP4 and more, getting compatible formats for your portable players. More tip are available here.
The link in the article leads me to a page not existing anymore, I would like to use another solution to download YouTube to iPod. Actually, there's no need to install software, you just need to look for websites like Zamzar that allow you to download videos in MOV format. In this way, you can import downloaded videos to iPod properly.
I usually use Keepvid to download videos from YouTube, this site provides free download service for grabbing videos in multiple resolutions, including Std, HD and more. More tips are available here: http://acethinker.com/youtube-downloader/
DownloadHelper is fine in downloading videos, but it may prompt users to install more plugins like the ConvertHelper or others. I also like to check the alternatives to DownloadHelper to compare different solutions.
Thanks for the tips, I may prefer to download videos on my computer and then transfer them to iPhone. This way gives more convenience on managing the video files and also helps to keep a backup in my local drive, though it needs to sync those files via iTunes: http://acethinker.com/youtube-downloader/youtube-t...
Thanks for the tips, I may prefer to download videos on my computer and then transfer them to iPhone. This way gives more convenience on managing the video files and also helps to keep a backup in my local drive, though it needs to sync those files via iTunes: http://acethinker.com/youtube-downloader/youtube-to-mov.html
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