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Here's the scoop:

- Right now I have good i-net bandwidth.
- Soon, I won't.

I want to capture a youtube video and put the video file on my laptop, so i can play it back later - without the internet.

What's this even called?

Anyone know of software that can do this?

Thanks!
 
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Not free: TubeSock

I'm sure there are many more...
 
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try BBFlashBack ... it's not free either but yes it can actually record the whole screen and even a part of it ... just like the video that you want ...

cheers ...

BTW ... why don't you download it
 
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You could save it directly using the Firefox extension DownloadHelper.
 
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Or with your iPad, there is a TubeDownloader app. I think that is what it is called. I don't know why Apple approved it, but you can download YouTube videos with it. Or, if you have it jailbroken, there are a few YouTube downloading apps like MxTube.

Unfortunately, my app TubeOrganizer does not have downloading capabilities, because Apple said they would reject such apps.

Check out
http://www.ipadintouch.com/how-to-download-youtube-videos-to-your-ipad/

Free app lets you download 4 videos, but the paid is unlimited.

Good Luck

Mark
 
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