Kimmie2012-07-10 03:14 #2
I often use DownloadHelper, an add-on of firefox, to download videos. You can try whether it works.
SelenaParticipant2012-07-10 05:39 #3
Yes, DownloadHelper can be used to download videos from foxnews.com, but it is limited by using the firefox browser. Especially when you want to download videos in batch or convert videos formats, it just doesn’t work.
Here, I’m going to recommend you a multi-functional program,Streaming Video Recorder. It not only helps you download in batch but also has access to RTMP videos like Hulu and Myspace. Moreover, variety of formats is provided to you, such as avi, mp4, wmv etc. You can convert video format for iPhone, iPad and more device.
Just as the DownloadHelper, it’s easy to use. All you need to do is just launching the program before you play the video. Then the app will automatically grab the video URL and download it. Or you can directly copy and paste the video URL into the download box.
You can easily judge which one is better, but your decision comes first.
Quentin2012-08-11 02:39 #4
I accept your advice, and use the program. Indeed, it helps me download videos from various video sharing website. However, it automatically renames the video name with date, if is this program has the function of renaming the video during the downloading? Because it’s easy to get confused with the video after downloading, help me?
SelenaParticipant2012-12-29 08:46 #5
First of all, I’d like to thank you for taking my advice. Since the program automatically detects the video URL and adds it to the download list, it names the video according to the date by default. One solution can be used to solve your problem with ease.
A new function of Rename is added to the program now, you just right-click the video and choose the button of Rename when the video is downloading, or else you can click the hotkey F2 to rename the video. All is done. If you have other question on the program, just contact us.