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YouTube

Page history last edited by John Pearce 7 years, 7 months ago

 

YouTube is the world's largest video repository. Here are some of the many ways in which you can download videos from YouTube for personal use.

Vimeo is another site that teachers are using to upload and share videos.

 

Before considering the use of videos from YouTube you should read the the Smartcopy Official Guide to Copyright Issues for Australian Schools and TAFE on Using YouTube.

 

KickYouTube

 

Using KickYouTube you can download youtube videos for viewing off-line. Here are some notes to help you Get Started With KickYouTube. SaveYouTube is another service that works in a similar fashion.

 

Zamzar

 

 

At Zamzar you can not only download videos from YouTube but you can also use the site to convert all manner of files into a range of the most common equivalent formats. Here are some notes to help Get You Started With Zamzar.

 

DownloadHelper

 

 

DownloadHelper is an extension for the Firefox browser that is very useful for highlighting and downloading a range of file types from within a webpage including YouTube videos. 

 

 

There are lots of tricks that enable you to further manipulate YouTube movies including

 

 

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