EvanED wrote:I'm sure I'd never violate YouTube's TOS like that. No siree. But if chose to, I might use this.
It's a lot easier with Internet Explorer, or at least it used to be. That's why I find those cache-viewing utilities to be so handy; it takes out a lot of the guesswork.Hofstadter'sLaw wrote:Jorpho: I tried to copy files out of my cache that had buffered a few days ago, but I ended up not being able to find the videos for some reason (even though I was following instructions from a how-to video--I'm technologically challenged, apparently).
Jorpho wrote:Unfortunately these things tend to change very quickly. (It was only a couple of months ago that HTML5 videos started popping up, wasn't it?)
Pwnyoutube looks pretty cool now, but it's only a matter of time before it goes the same way as kickyoutube and kissyoutube (which both seem to redirect to saveyoutube now, which tries to make you download a creepy-looking Java applet).
Jorpho wrote:Speaking of "quality", I notice Video DownloadHelper often gives me a choice between a 720p .mp4 and a "Medium" .mp4. Which one is actually of better quality?
Hofstadter'sLaw wrote:Any-Video Converter worked well with one video, but it changed the sound (in a bad way) in the other, so I'll try some of the other suggestions in this thread. Thank you very much. So helpful. <3
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