How to download YouTube videos

In this time of ubiquitous internet and abundance of content, downloading videos to your disk drive is never necessary. But sometimes, a crucial video are often hard to seek out , or can even be permanently faraway from a platform, during which case it isn’t a nasty idea to possess a private copy. Say you’ve encountered a cool YouTube video and need to download it for your archive to form sure you continue to have it just in case it disappears. YouTube has no easy “download” button, so how does one download a video off the platform?

Fortunately, there are a couple of ways to grab a YouTube video fairly easily, and in good quality. However, before we continue, note that downloading videos from the regular, free version of YouTube is against the site’s terms of service. And this brings another problem: due to this, many of the ways to download YouTube videos that you’re going to find online are fairly dangerous as they’re riddled with spamware and shady ads.

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Get YouTube Premium

So we’ll start with the only option: Buy YouTube Premium. One of the benefits of Premium subscription is that you simply get to download videos for offline viewing right there on YouTube itself. Another, vital advantage is that this manner you are not breaching YouTube’s terms of service. There are many downsides, too. a clear one is that Premium costs money; $11.99 per month with a one-month free trial at writing time.

There are numerous other limitations as well: Downloading is merely available on mobile devices, you’ll only view downloaded videos in YouTube’s native app, you can’t move them anywhere, and that they get away after your subscription runs out. inspect all of the small print here. Note that YouTube Premium is perhaps your best bet if you want to download videos on your phone; there are third-party services that promise this functionality, but i have never found one I’d comfortably install on my phone without worrying of compromising safety.

4K video downloader

If you are a bit more serious about downloading videos off of YouTube and other services like Vimeo and Facebook, you ought to consider getting the 4K Video Downloader app. The app is out there for macOS, Windows and Ubuntu Linux and offers a myriad of options beyond mere downloading of content. for instance , you’ll save full playlists and channels from YouTube, you’ll schedule videos to be automatically downloaded from a YouTube channel, and you’ll save videos during a sort of video/audio formats (yes, even 4K or 8K videos).

Other features of note include extracting YouTube subtitles from videos and downloading 360-degree videos also as 3D videos. The process of downloading videos is straightforward and consists of copying the YouTube video’s URL and pasting it into the 4K Video Downloader app.

The free version of the app contains ads and limits the amount of playlists, channel and subtitles you’ll download. to urge obviate those limitations, you’ll purchase the premium version of the app, which costs a one-time fee of $15. This grants you a license to use the software on three computers indefinitely.

Online services

The problem with online services that promise video downloading is that they do not last long. In fact, an earlier version of this text contained an inventory of 11 such services, most of which don’t work anymore. More importantly, by visiting these sites you are doing potentially expose your computer to adware and malware, so tread very carefully. That said, there is a few these services that are around for a short time and they are fairly reliable.

Probably the cleanest-looking among them is U2convert, which features a very simple UI, allowing you to stick a YouTube URL and download the video in two clicks. It does have some limitations, though: The free version will only allow you to download within the lowly 360p resolution. To be ready to download higher-res videos you will have to buy the premium version of the service. Note that if you only click on the download button, the video may open in another window. To download it to your computer, you’ll need to right click it and choose “Save link as.” Another decent service is Keepvid.ch, offering a touch more in terms of quality for free of charge . It does, however, constantly prompt you to download a desktop client called Vidus that gives more options. we’ve not tried Vidus out and can’t vouch for its quality.

A parting note before you go: If you’re only looking to download your own videos that you’ve got uploaded to YouTube, that’s easy to try to to .

Here’s the way to download your own YouTube videos:

Click on your profile pic in YouTube’s upper right corner
Choose studio
There you will be ready to download all of your videos from the three dot menu next to them

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