YouTube has led to some truly wild moments in the world, including making an elementary schooler a millionaire, but it can be difficult to preserve your memories if you lose a device or backup. After all, not every video site lets you download videos, and even a bookmarked video can vanish, even if you own the video in question.
VDownloader helps you preserve your best videos, no matter where they're posted. A lifetime subscription is on sale for just $29.99 (reg. $129).
Downloading With A Click
Available for Windows or Mac, VDownloader can be as simple as a click. Just install it and, if a video is cleared for downloading, a button will appear so you can back it up. If you're looking to back up an entire playlist or channel, you can simply enter the URL and it'll back up your livestream or other video automatically. It easily syncs to your cloud backups so you've always got the clips on file.
There's also the Rewind feature, which will track what videos you see and help you go back and find the ones you want to preserve.
Quality You Control
You don't sacrifice quality either, as videos can be downloaded in up to 8K resolution. If you only need a section of a video, you can pick it out and keep only that, as well. To help ensure this claim, CNET wrote, "VDownloader downloads videos with a single click and saves them in the best format and quality (including HD) for watching on your PC, TV, or mobile devices."
VDownloader also helps automate converting video to other formats, offering total control of resolution, frame rate, audio & video bitrates, codecs, audio volume normalization, subtitles, and other options. It's particularly useful for older videos in lower resolution you're trying to edit together for a family retrospective or historical record, as you can upconvert them and put all your clips in the same format. No matter how you use video, VDownloader will make it easier and faster.
Get a lifetime subscription to VDownloader for Windows or Mac for $29.99 (reg. $129.99)
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