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SaveTube has worked for me.
[requires Java (1.6.x is sufficient), just in case you wanna try it]
Strange, I was able to download the video with the Tubedigger (trialware) from the tools section of Videohelp.
I wonder what is the limitation of the trialware?
EDIT: I see the limitation is 14 days. The older free version of Tubedigger will not download this video.
Last edited by jimdagys; 10th Jul 2013 at 19:40.
I swear, is there such a thing as a full time troller ?!?!?
Are you sure you need an internet connection to go on the internet ?!?!?
Thanks for the options. I'll keep those options on file.
Yes, I can see, of the above downloading methods listed, the best one is free DownloadHelper:
It does not add a toolbar, (only a small icon in the top right, see screenshot , red circle) therefore doesn't reduce precious desktop space on my 10 inch netbook.
Furthermore, it gives you several choices of download resolution (file sizes) and also you can close out the video and it will still download at the fast speed of your internet connection. DownloadHelper also works to capture streaming audio. The last time I downloaded a Youtube video was about 4 years ago. All of those methods do not work today. The best one was Zamzar, because it allowed you to download Youtube videos in countries where Youtube was blocked. But Zamzar is no more.
Last edited by jimdagys; 12th Jul 2013 at 09:04.