YouTube is the most popular video sharing site – or I can say it has videos about everything. When you’re watching videos on YouTube (Suppose You’re using Ubuntu 11.10) and some of them are such videos that you watch often – repeatedly, in that case you might want to download/save it to your computer’s hard drive.
I have been using the firefox extension Download Helper to download videos from youtube for the past few years. However, it has stopped working on youtube - other sites work fine. I installed a couple of other extensions, such as Download Flash and Video, Flash Video Download, and 1-Click Youtube Video Download to no avail.
This short tutorial will show you how to easily download the YouTube videos in Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal using command line or Terminal. By using the Terminal, it seem the download speed is faster than GUI way. To download YouTube videos in Ubuntu from Terminal you will need a package called youtube-dl. First install the [...]
This tutorial shows how to DownLoad Youtube videos in Ubuntu Linux.No need for youtube downloader or any other methods… ***This also works on every other video site.**** It is very simple also!!!Enjoy 1)First open Firefox and go to youtube.com 2)Choose your favourite video to download 3)Then wait to complete the buffering of the video… 4)When [...]
get-flash-videos is a command line utility that let's you download videos from flash based sites.
To install it on Arch Linux you can use yaourt
First install a dependency.
sudo pacman -Sy git