Convert Online Video From Your Browser

Freemake presents the simplest way for getting online videos converted to the most popular video formats or multimedia devices! 

Step 1: Download Freemake Video Converter

Download and install Free Video Converter from Freemake. Don’t forget to tick the installation of Firefox/Chrome plugin during the process. 

Step 2: Search for Video

Go to YouTube , Facebook or any other supported video portal, find a video you want to save offline and click Freemake Video Converter button in your browser. The video URL will be automatically added to the program.

Step 3: Choose Format

Select a format for the output video, choose a ready-made preset or create your own one. Select the destination for the resulted file.

Step 4: Convert Video

Press “Convert” and wait a bit until the video is being converted.



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    2 Discussions


    8 years ago on Introduction

    I use FlashCatch with Firefox, works well, but there's a catch... The 'free' version has a 10 megabyte video limit, and not one byte more. Not a huge problem, but would have been nice if it would do the first 10 meg, a cutoff the rest. Does FreeMake have a limit, or is it truly free? Mostly, I download clips from the news websites, and FlashCatch was the first that worked, tried several others, but the only worked on YouTube. Wanted to ask, before downloading installing, disappointment, and having to remove it.