Have you ever watched a video on YouTube that you'd like to save on your hard drive to keep it with you? Now with NetVideoHunter you can.
This handy Firefox extension detects and downloads video clips embedded on websites like YouTube, MySpace, Metacafe or Dailymotion, among others. You can check the number of detected videos on the extension's icon, in the bottom right corner of the browser's window. Then simply click on this icon to open the extension's interface.
NetVideoHunter will display all the detected videos on a list, where you can choose to play them in the program's built-in player or download them straight away. Videos are downloaded in their native FLV format, so you'll need a third-party app to play them – or convert them.
With the NetVideoHunter extension you can download embedded video files from the most popular video sharing sites.
Fixed: YouTube video quality selection and added the new WebM format too
Fixed: Saving of the Ignore websites list after closing the browser
Fixed: Saving of the "Disable NetVideoHunter on all websites" option
Fixed incompatibility with Firefox 7
Easy to use
Works with all popular video sites
Only saves to FLV
Doesn't include a converter
NetVideoHunter is a Video and Music Downloader Firefox add-on
The NetVideoHunter add-on helps you to download videos and music from sites like YouTube, Facebook, GrooveShark and almost any other website with video or music. It detects the videos you watch and then you can open NetVideoHunter (click blue icon on toolbar) and select all the videos you want to download.
It also has a built-in player that you can use if the player on the website isn't working properly. There is an option to select which quality to download from YouTube.
NetVideoHunter is for everyone who likes to collect videos and music. Also it can be useful if you worry that YouTube will delete your favorite video.
Laws concerning the use of this software vary from country to country. We do not encourage or condone the use of this program if it is in violation of these laws.
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