How To Download ANY YouTube Video! Cali Lewis April 17, 2012 Tip A Day 7 Comments 37 Shares Google+ 9 Twitter 0 Facebook 28 LinkedIn 0 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 0 Buffer 0 37 Shares × Tip A Day #10 It’s super simple to download a video from YouTube. Option 1: Use a Browser Extension Requirements: Chrome or Firefox (PC or Mac) Step 1 Download the Easy Youtube Video Downloader extension/plugin. Step 2 Look for the download button under the YouTube video. Step 3 Choose which video format you want – MP4, AAC, Flash. If in doubt, choose MP4. Option 2: Use a Website This works regardless of what browser or OS you use. Step 1 Add the word “save” to the beginning of the YouTube video’s URL. It should read “saveyoutube.com/92icijjk2d” Step 2 This will take you the saveyoutube.com website. Click “run” or “allow” to let the Java applet to do its magic. Step 3 Choose your format and wait for the download to finish. Learn something new every day! We want your suggestions for topics! Google+ Twitter 37 Shares Google+ 9 Twitter 0 Facebook 28 LinkedIn 0 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 0 Buffer 0 37 Shares × 7 Responses Gary April 22, 2012 Hi Cali, I downloaded the youtube downloader extension and now I can’t see or view any you tube videos. I know it not your fault but it is upsetting. I even removed the extension from firefox with no luck. Now what? Gary Cali Lewis April 23, 2012 Hmm… that’s odd. What’s in the place of the video? White space? Gary April 24, 2012 Yes that’s correct only white space. When you click on a video it refuses to run. Sorry for the problems. Guess I just use Safari no problem. Gary Jeremy April 19, 2012 For OS X I use Evom Rob April 18, 2012 Definitely against YouTube TOS. This shouldn’t be advertised as a tip. Lucy April 17, 2012 Isn’t this against the YouTube TOS? I mean, not that that stops anybody Paul O'Rear April 17, 2012 Love the Mickey Mouse shirt! Did you have to pay royalties to Disney? :o) Oh, and great tip! I’ve been using RealPlayer’s feature that pops up a “Download this video” button whenever I watch a YouTube video. Didn’t know about the “saveyoutube” site. Sounds pretty cool!