I used to use Media Snap to download YouTube movies or music, but the app doesn't work anymore, and the softwaredeveloper doesn't update it anymore. So what do you use for downloading YouTube movies/music?
Basically what is the best YouTube downloader? I will primarily want to save music and not the videos, but both functionality would be good. Mainly house and dance remixes because the releases are often a long way behind some radio stations.
I know the quality is rubbish etc on the sound but I like listening to music before it is released and have it on the go, I guess by doing this it can tide me over until I can buy official releases.
Is there an application for Mac where i can copy the link of a youtube and past it in the application and it will convert the video to an mp3 that i can play on itunes? Similar to VDownloader but for Mac
I am a Bible study teacher who has been able to greatly enhance my lessons with YouTube resources. When we studied Paul's travels, I found a video of how the Romans built their roads with video of still usable Roman roads. It made the drier history come to life. That is, it did until YouTube changed their policies last month. I had a program simply called Downloader that worked wonderfully on my iPad to download videos, and then I could AirPlay them out. There now seems to be nothing working for iPad, so I am trying to find an iMac Downloader for YouTube. It doesn't have to be a free one, just a working one.
i'm using unrarx but when i'm trying to add another rar archive to extract its just work on all of them together and not making a queue, its slow down my comp really bad and i think its kinda faster to do rar-by-rar and not few together...
Is there an app or browser plug-in that allows to rip audio from youtube videos for playback later in itunes? I would like to rip a few tutorials, vlogs and user created remix's, basically stuff I can't get anywhere else and that I do not need the video for.
i'm looking for a program where I can take a YouTube clip and get just the sound from it. I have Miro right now and unless I'm missing something I've only found how to rip the video from YouTube and it puts it in a .flv format
First, I finally understand "how" iMovie wants to work with audio ducting apposed to iMovie HD. But when a clip, a still to be precise, has no audio option so I can continue to duct it. How do I control the audio? I have read Ken Stone's biography on the program but I don't see the answer. Last, anyone else have uploading issues lately? I have uploaded a file to YouTube twice but YouTube gets nothing. Started out of the blue.
I am looking for a free reputable site that converts Youtube videos to mp3 files.
I did a search and tried 2 sites but stopped as they both seemed sketchy. I had a "unvarified securety warning" pop up on my computer from one site. The other one I tried had me prompted to a survey I had to fill out in order to convert the video which ended up being a marketing ploy for phone ringtones that you get charged for. Needless to say, I bailed on both sites.
Are there any real, legit decent Youtube to Mp3 converter sites that offer a decent, safe application or service?
I'm a bit of an audiophile sitting in my home studio listening to music. I just switched to mac and was wondering if there's some music application that can play music files in a suberb quality through a 24-bit soundcard.
so im a big cycling fan and i like to download and watch all the races that are held in Europe. however not all of them have english speaking announcers, so im wondering if there is a program that can translate in subtitles or something.
've been using Real Player and the Real Player downloader to download YouTube video clips, and until yesterday all was fine. Yesterday evening however, the downloader decided to stop working and now just sits there doing nothing when I play a YouTube clip. Real Player itself works fine.
I've already trashed and reinstalled Real Player twice but to no avail. The odd thing is every time I've reinstalled it it has remembered the clips I'd been playing before I trashed it.
Need to copy text messages from iPhone to Macbook Pro. Downloaded TouchCopy12 and iBackup Extractor. Paid for full version of TouchCopy. Still using demo of iBackup Extractor. Had success with both until recently when both apps started crashing. Continually getting the "quit unexpectedly" error message. Have tried restarting my computer. Have tried deleting and reinstalling both apps. Have tried to free up space on desktop and hard drive by deleting files, photos, etc. All attempts have failed. Apps still crashing.
when viewing some 720p HD YouTube videos in full screen mode. The video will start off fine, but then the video will start to develop an annoying audio lag after around 20 seconds (if the video has options for either 720p or 1080p, the 720p will lag and the 1080p will play fine). I know it isn't the video, because when it starts to lag, I can click on the progress bar to around where the video is currently at, and the video will refresh I guess, and the audio and video will be in sync again (for a little while at least).
At first for the first 30 minutes all ok, then after a while the my whole computer and the audio jumps, safari is using 120% and finally the audio starts crackles and this includes all sound even itunes, the only way to stop it is to put my laptop to sleep .
I have a youtube video that is a tribute/interview of my grandmother, who unfortunately just passed away. YouTube has stripped the audio because on some parts of the video there is background music. I would really like to be able to watch/download this video with the audio - does anyone know a way to get around this?
fwiw: I don't have the original file, and downloading the video via pwnYouTube results in a silent mp4 file.