- July 25, 2012 at 6:49 am
I’m a new user of videograbber. This online service gives me much convenience when I manage to grab online videos. But after downloading videos with videograbber, I often waste time to find downloaded videos. To tell you the truth, I’m not good at computer operations, so I wish someone could explain this small question to me carefully. Waiting for your reply.July 26, 2012 at 3:10 am
Sorry for the late reply. This question is not that difficult as you thought and I’m willing to tell you how to solve it.
On videograbber, after you enter the video url into download bar and hit Grab it button. The video will be loaded and download link show up, right? Then, I’m sure you can see the Download button. Don’t click it directly to download video, you should right-click it and select Save Target As. (We also have tips beside button) A window will pop up, choose your desired local disk or folder to store the video. In this way, you can easily find downloaded videos after downloading. Another method is quicker, you don’t need to choose the destination folder before downloading. After download process finishes, press Ctrl and J key on the webpage, the file download management window will appear. Click on the target place under the Location, check the video freely.
If you don’t like to do extra operations, I recommend you a workable tool—Video Download Capture. This downloader is able to download videos from most sites in batch mood. What you need to do is to launch the tool while watching online videos, it will auto-download videos for you. To find downloaded videos recently, you can click Open Folder button on the tool’s interface.
Perhaps you will like this video downloader for it allows you to download videos without manual action. And it is intuitive, anyone can handle in short time. In addition, Video Download Capture features screen record, convert and edit functions. You will find it is a simple and powerful tool if you give it a try.July 26, 2012 at 7:10 am
Wow, you really give a detailed answer, very easy to understand.
One more question, the tool you introduced which named Video Download Capture.
Where can I find it? I wish to have a try.November 8, 2012 at 11:07 am