Here’s an easy way to save YouTube videos to your PC with the free demo version of Replay Media Catcher. It will capture the videos, let you rename them, and even convert them to another format so you can play them on mobile devices at the correct resolution so the files aren’t any larger than they should be for a particular device. After you’ve installed Replay Media Catcher just click “start recording” and play the video from YouTube you want to capture. The video will be identified and saved automatically.
Here’s a short tutorial showing how to capture video from YouTube with Replay Media Catcher:
1. Download and install a copy of Replay Media Catcher.
2. Open Replay Media Catcher. You’ll see a screen that looks like this:
3. Click the “Start Recording” button. It will turn from green to red:
4. Go to YouTube and start playing the video you want to capture:
5. Replay Media Catcher will start capturing the video automatically as soon as the video starts playing in YouTube. When it finishes the video download – usually faster than real time – the video will appear in the Replay Media Catcher main screen with a green check mark like this:
Replay Media Catcher will automatically name the video download. (If you want to, you can rename it by right-clicking and selecting “Rename and/or edit tag info.”)
6. To play the video right-click on the name in the main screen, then click “Play Media”.
7. The video will automatically start playing in the Flash video player that comes with Replay Media Catcher. It looks like this:
That’s it! It’s so fast and easy.
8. Replay Media Catcher can also download video from thousands of other sites. And, Replay Media Catcher can record multiple videos at the same time. Just start playing the video you want to capture, and Replay Media Catcher will start recording. After that you can move on to another video and start capturing it too.
Learn more about capturing streaming video with Replay Media Catcher.
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