12 April 2006 | 46,043 views

Download Youtube.com & Google Videos With 1 Click

Don't let your data go over to the Dark Side!

With one easy click! We talked about Downloading Youtube.com Videos before, but now it’s even easier.

Found a new site that does this seamlessy, all you have to do is drag the bookmarklet to your toolbar, then when you see a video you want on Google or Youtube, just hit the button on your bookmark toolbar and it will be downloaded.

Check it out at:


It doesn’t only work with Google and Youtube though, Keepvid also supports:

Angry Alien, ArtistDirect, Blastro, Blennus, Blip.tv, Bofunk, Bolt, Break.com, Castpost, Current TV, Dailymotion, DevilDucky, FindVideos, Free Video Blog, Grinvi, Grouper, iFilm, LuluTV, Metacafe, Midis.biz, Music.com, MusicVideoCodes.info, MySpace, MySpace Video Code, Newgrounds, PcPlanets, Pixparty, Putfile, REVVER, Sharkle, StreetFire, That Video Site, The One Network, VideoCodes4U, VideoCodesWorld, VideoCodeZone, vidiLife, VIDNET.com, Vimeo, vSocial, Web62.com, and ZippyVideos.

To play the videos just grab the VideoLAN Player, it’s a great piece of software and enables you to play pretty much any video format you want.


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11 Responses to “Download Youtube.com & Google Videos With 1 Click”

  1. smashpOp 12 April 2006 at 9:41 am Permalink

    HEYHEY thanks for the tips!! ive been wanitng to download lotsa videos n now i can !! :P

    thanks again

  2. blazinsteve 2 August 2006 at 9:08 am Permalink

    Wow this is amazing. Thank you very much. One more thing though, does anyone know how to get these videos to my ipod?

  3. Lopamudra 18 January 2007 at 11:54 am Permalink

    I tried every site from keepvid to all, but it cant download from
    zippyvideos, though it can from youtube etc.

    someone provide a useful soultion for this, any software or anything.

  4. Sherry 23 January 2007 at 1:43 pm Permalink

    hey please upload the software which does download http://www.zippyvideo.com i want download the zippvideos
    please do something , i think your website rating will increase to do that

  5. lyz 15 August 2008 at 12:22 pm Permalink

    shucks. too bad. can’t enjoy downloading from here. bandwidth monitored. weehee :p but gracias for the tool anyway. Its useful when I want to download IT related videos. Link right into my toolbox!

  6. Navin 15 August 2008 at 5:56 pm Permalink

    My fave tool among youtube downloaders is http://www.youtubecatcher.com
    clean slick interface +you have the option to only download the background sound of a video if u want (which is very helpful if u like a track but hate the video and will extract the music later anyway for your music player)

  7. eM3rC 16 August 2008 at 3:49 am Permalink

    Flashgo(e)t is my personal favorite =]

  8. lyz 16 August 2008 at 5:33 am Permalink

    Hey Navin, interesting tool you got there. It’s very useful if I want to just scrap off the video and just get audio and place it on me shuffle.. Does it also have options wherein you can convert the files to say mp3 format?

  9. Morgan Storey 16 August 2008 at 8:03 am Permalink

    Keepvid works less and less now-a-days, I have found ways to use wget (there is a windows version of wget too) to get it, just get the flv’s address using view source, or use adblock to find the link if it is hidden. I don’t like bogging down firefox with too many add-ins.
    I have found http://www.lifehacker.com.au/tips/2008/08/12/miro_is_your_tivo_for_internet_video-2.html as it allows subscribtion, and adds-in to my linux media centre well.

  10. lyz 16 August 2008 at 8:27 am Permalink

    nice one there morgan.

    For programming savvys:

    But if you’re interested in building your own video downloader, check out this post: