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Published on May 15th, 2011 | by Kevin

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Download Embedded Online Videos

Need to download a embedded video clip from one of the popular video sharing networks like YouTube, Daily Motion, Vimeo, Veoh, Google Videos, or MetaCafe? Then you need to check out a Windows program called GotClip. It is your one-click instant download tool that comes without all of those advanced settings and hassles.

GotClip is not just limited to the sites listed above; it will work on almost all flash videos within a webpage. It also can handle multiple videos at once, that way you don’t have to deal with waiting around for one to finish to start another.

Additionally, one of the greatest features of GotClip is its ability to pause a download and then resume it at a later time.

Using GotClip is simple just copy the URL of the video you want to download (ex: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHlu8EEoWNI) to the pastebox within GotClip. Hit the ‘Start’ button and you are good to go. In order to pause a video you must first select the video then hit the ‘Pause’ button.

GotClip is available for free on Windows XP/Vista/7, get it here!

UPDATE: Check out a Google Chrome extension that allows you to download videos hosted on Facebook. Go! YouTube Snagger is also a great app for downloading just YouTube videos.

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5 Responses to Download Embedded Online Videos

  1. xavier says:

    whoa that’s really cool that you can download flash videos using gotclip! i use a number of online courses but for some ridiculous reason, so hopefully this will solve the problem!

  2. Tanner says:

    Wow, that’s a really awesome tool. GotClip makes it insanely easy to download videos from any site! Great review, thanks for posting. Without this review I never would have found this software and it makes downloading youtube videos a piece of cake!

  3. Joshua says:

    Hey, I notice Real Player got the very same function as well. I never try it tho.

  4. Barbara says:

    I tried the other one earlier, seem not to be able to work on Youtube.

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