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
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.
No videos can be streamed throughout the OS. I am on CM and neither YouTube nor Facebook nor any other videos seem to be streaming. I tried all popular players including the Android one but all say 'can't play this video'. I use tubemate to download them but that's too frustrating. Please help.
I have a strange problem with the YouTube application where I cannot get preloading to work. Essentially, I am simply checking the "Preloading subscriptions" and "Preload watch later" under the "Preloading" menu in the Settings. I understand it will download my videos once I am connected to WiFi and charging.
Some videos I can see them, others do not, I tried to install adobe flash version for linux, but before it starts the download stops and nothing is installed. I wonder if someone knows a tutorial type page where you download the file manually. or maybe another way to solve the problem so you can see the videos.
Eg codeschool video.