Most of today’s internet traffic is spent streaming online video, with YouTube taking up a massive chunk. Over 400 hours of video content is uploaded to YouTube every minute, and YouTube has greater reach in the 18-49 demographic than even cable TV.
And then you have to consider other video streaming sites like Vimeo, Dailymotion, Metacafe, Twitch, etc. That’s a lot of data flowing around—and if your ISP caps your monthly data allowance, then all this video streaming can be expensive.
The solution is to capture or download online videos to watch offline, allowing you to re-watch as many times as you want without wasting data. Here are some of the best tools for capturing and downloading streaming video so you can watch them offline.
First download the program file on your PC. And then double click on the downloaded program file to launch the setup wizard. And then follow the on screen prompts to finish the installation.
Step 2. First find the Twitter video we want to download, right click - copy the video URL with playback progress, or open Twitter
Step 3. Launch the Fox video downloader, click the "paste URL" button, Paste the copied Twitter video address. video view, copy the URL of the original link of the video.
Video DownloadHelper is easily one of the most useful browser extensions you’ll ever install. It’s even simpler to use than the above-mentioned VideoGrabby, but the downside (sort of) is that you have to install it on your browser. But if you download a lot of videos on a day-to-day basis, Video DownloadHelper is definitely worth it!
The extension adds a button next to your browser’s address bar. Whenever you come across an online video, just click the button to download any video on the current page.