Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Easier Embedded Video Downloads

We've all tried to download video from the likes of YouTube or Google Video and the more savvy of us already know about the raft of Firefox extensions available and sites like KeepVid and Hey! Watch to do just that. But now there's another way - by the All-In-One Video Bookmarklet.

A bookmarklet is a JavaScript program that can be easily stored as a URL within a browser bookmark or even in hyperlinks on a web page. These are more commonly installed in your browser's bookmarks or favourites areas for easy access.

The all-in-one bookmarklet supports YouTube, Google Video, Metacafe, Myspace, Break.com, Putfile, Dailymotion, Sevenload, MyVideo.de and Clipfish.de. Just browse to the page containing the video, select the bookmarklet and it'll give you the download links for video elements on the page.

There's also a Greasemonkey script available for Firefox users with the Greasemonkey extension installed.

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