Youtube to your Desktop!

Youtube to your Desktop! - hey do you want to save those streaming(flash )videos from youtube.com to your desktop!try this it is really working!
1.Capture with Web sites

**KeepVid a download-helper site( http://keepvid.com/ )*******

---- After you've found a video you want to save, enter that video's URL at KeepVid,
---- then select its originating site from a pop-up list. 
---- When you enter your video URLs, KeepVid prompts you to change the suffix of the downloaded file (so that instead of Video.htm, you download Video.flv). 

---- The only problem with the site is it leaves FLV files in their original format, so downloading alone isn't enough.
---- To view your file, you'll need to either download a FLV viewer such as FLV Player 
( http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/FLV-Player-Download-27852.html )


2.Capture with a Firefox extension( https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/2390/ )

----A fantastic extension called Video Downloader makes it easy to download and store video from more than 60 streaming-video sites.
---- After installing Video Downloader, you'll see a new icon in the bottom-right corner of your browser interface;
---- click it when you have a video page open to save that video.
---- The resulting pop-up window directs you to right-click a download link, then change the suffix to FLV.
---- Once you've saved your file, you'll need a way to view it.
@Serjas (2328)
India
January 26, 2007 2:22pm CST
1.Capture with Web sites ***************KeepVid a download-helper site( http://keepvid.com/ )******* ---- After you've found a video you want to save, enter that video's URL at KeepVid, ---- then select its originating site from a pop-up list. ---- When you enter your video URLs, KeepVid prompts you to change the suffix of the downloaded file (so that instead of Video.htm, you download Video.flv). ---- The only problem with the site is it leaves FLV files in their original format, so downloading alone isn't enough. ---- To view your file, you'll need to either download a FLV viewer such as FLV Player ( http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/FLV-Player-Download-27852.html ) 2.Capture with a Firefox extension( https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/2390/ ) ----A fantastic extension called Video Downloader makes it easy to download and store video from more than 60 streaming-video sites. ---- After installing Video Downloader, you'll see a new icon in the bottom-right corner of your browser interface; ---- click it when you have a video page open to save that video. ---- The resulting pop-up window directs you to right-click a download link, then change the suffix to FLV. ---- Once you've saved your file, you'll need a way to view it.
1 response
@Eisenherz (2911)
• Portugal
29 Jan 07
Is this even safe to use?...
@Serjas (2328)
• India
29 Jan 07
try the firefox extention...i am using one and i downloaded may videos to my desktop!it is very simple and working with youtube...i dont try any other site!
@Serjas (2328)
• India
29 Jan 07
this is the link for firefox extention open link from your firefox ! https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/2390/