Download YouTube videos

Friday, 11. December 2009 20:37 - daniel - Other - 0 Comments


Recently I wanted to download a video from YouTube. I searched for a Greasemonkey script to do the job, but I only found a old, no longer working script. Since I really wanted to download that video I fixed the script, added some options to adjust the quality and used jQuery to do the html code generation.

And since I'm a good person I uploaded the script back on userscripts.org for everyone to use.

Whenever you watch a video on YouTube you get a selection box for the quality and a download link. Just select the quality you want and click on the link or select "Save link as" and the video starts downloading. If you get a blank page, the quality you selected is not available. Just go back and select a different quality setting and try again.

YouTube Video Downloads on Userscripts.org



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