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Saving Videos off Youtube For Dummies 2 (Easier and Quicker)

Discussion in 'Computers and Technology' started by fail, Jul 26, 2008.

  1. fail

    fail Well-Known Member

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    Yes, I Know youve all seen The Infamous "Saving Videos Off Youtube For Dummies". Well, I Got To Thinking, There Should Be an Easier Way for These Idiots..... So I Done Some Research. Now Not Only for Dummies, But Also For Idiots Like You!! ;)

    Step 1: Download Firefox
    This is pretty Easy, just google Firefox or go to Mozilla.com and download it.

    Step 2: Install Greasemonkey
    I'm Sure Everyone Knows what Greasemonkey is and Has Installed it Already, if you have, Good For You, if you havent, *cough* Idiot *cough* Just Kidding

    Step 3: Click This Link: Link...Duh

    Step 4: Install This Script and go to Youtube.

    Step 5: Once Done, find your Video

    Step 6: Now, there should be a "Download Video" Button to the left of the Search Bar. Right Click It

    Step 7: Then Click "Save Link As" and Rename it as any file you want

    Step 8: Now you have your video, not the link, but the Actual Video, so open it and See!
     
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  2. Cacklenub

    Cacklenub New Member

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    Would this be safer(for my computer...like the one site could have a virus or something too) than the old vixy way or ??
     
  3. fail

    fail Well-Known Member

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    Its totally safe, I use this method myself. all the link is userscripts.org and then it takes you to the right file
     

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