With the ability to shoot and grab video from a mobile phone, the latest craze is to take a video and then share it online, using technology provide by YouTube to host your videos (although YouTube host, you can still embed and view videos from your own homepage). However, there's no easy way to download videos from YouTube for viewing offline, on your computer.
YouRipper 2.10 enables you to grab videos from YouTube and then store them on your computer. Note that the use of this software is for extracting videos for your own personal use only. You do not own the copyright of downloaded videos, so do not share these videos using other distribution methods.
Lecture over. If you're a keen YouTube user, grab YouRipper 2.1 and store your favourite videos on your computer.
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