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On Tue, Mar 1, 2011 at 4:17 AM, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions <> wrote:


How can you download these videos to the hard drive in Ubuntu 10.10?  I
would like to keep an offline version of these videos and maybe add it to a
movie-style DVD.  I was asked about this for Windows as well, so if it is
easier to do on Vista, I would still like to get these YouTube videos on my
hard drive.

There is a plugin for FireFox called Download Helper. It sits silent
and grey on the toolbar until there is downloadable content on the
displayed page. It's worked well for me.

It will also convert format. For example, one of Drew's links shows a
choice of mp4, flv and different resolution formats to be downloaded.
A menu can be displayed that has several options...the only one I've
used converts those originally displayed formats to mp3 (audio only).


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