Down­load and keep videos from YouTube and Face­book

Back­ing up videos from Face­book and YouTube is quick and easy. Make sure you don’t lose the things you want to watch!

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Noth­ing lasts for­ever, even on the In­ter­net. Videos, in par­tic­u­lar, can be an­noy­ingly tran­sient, there one minute and gone the next.

If there’s some­thing on­line that you can’t bear to be with­out – or if you sim­ply want to ar­chive it for pos­ter­ity, or en­ter­tain the kids with a favourite YouTube hit when you’re away from a solid In­ter­net con­nec­tion – then you’ll need to down­load it. We’ll start by us­ing the ex­cel­lent Freemake Video Down­loader, and check out a cou­ple of other use­ful tools too.

But first, a quick note about what we’re do­ing here. Down­load­ing on­line videos isn’t, tech­ni­cally, il­le­gal, but it of­ten goes against in­di­vid­ual terms and con­di­tions. Redis­tribut­ing any­thing you down­load for per­sonal use would cer­tainly be a breach of copy­right. As long as you’re care­ful to keep any­thing you down­load to your­self, there shoudn’t be a prob­lem. Let’s get started, shall we?

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