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  1. There used to be a site called Zamzar, but now it has been disabled at the request for Youtube.
    So I am looking for a on-line site, where you just paste in the Youtube URL, and the on-line site will download and send you the video. This kind of Youtube downloading is useful if you are at a public computer and cannot install anything, and maybe the public computer doesn't have java or net framework, or some other required software that some Youtube downloaders require.
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    Does keepvid still work?
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  3. keepvid is a no go for 2 reasons. Requires downloading software and requires net framework.
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    Originally Posted by jimdagys View Post
    keepvid is a no go for 2 reasons. Requires downloading software and requires net framework.
    Another no-go (for you, of course): the old workaround of copying-n-pasting the HTML-code of the YouTube page is no longer used, so we have to depend on the Java applet method...

    Anyway, we need ONLY ONE Java Runtime Environment.

    OTOH, the gayzist devilopers keep on pushing as many versions of the dotNET thing as possible.
    Last edited by El Heggunte; 16th Aug 2012 at 12:27. Reason: better wording
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    Try Clipnabber I always use that for youtube videos
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  8. Try the youtube video downloader free by Speedbit.

    It works well!

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