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Download Videos From Within Your Browser

By June 26, 2007

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RealNetworks has unveiled a new version of its popular RealPlayer application. The beta release, available free of charge, gives you the ability to download videos from a web page with one click of the mouse.

With the new RealPlayer installed, a Download this Video button will appear in your browser window anytime you are viewing a video on a web page. Clicking this button will immediately initiate a background download of the video. According to RealNetworks CEO Rob Glaser, this will "enable consumers to watch Internet video whenever and wherever they want."

Other notable features include a Share Video Link which lets you email friends with the location of a video as well as the ability to download and record multiple videos simultaneously.

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Comments
September 12, 2008 at 12:10 am
(1) Video Lover says:

Download videos from popular video sharing sites like youtube.com,
blip.tv, break.com, google video, ifilm.com, spike.com etc. Simply
copy the video url and paste it to the video url box at vidmaza.com
and click to download.Also vidmaza.com try to find different video
formats automatically(If available).

Tired of copying and pasting urls of video files, try vidmaza.com search
videos function, it searches entirely in youtube.com for videos according
to your search criteria.Simply choose the format of video at results page
and download.

http://www.vidmaza.com

March 30, 2009 at 1:36 am
(2) love download video says:

The best way i know is use a best video search engines like standle, you could find almost any videos you want.

source: http://www.standle.com/video

May 2, 2012 at 5:23 am
(3) rose says:

Thank you for sharing.
Now, I use video sniffer to download video from in avant browser .but I can’t download video in other browsers .IDM is worse .I will try to use it

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