Wednesday, 12 December 2007

Gimme' that!

I had a quick chat with a colleague today who made a bet that it was possible to save a YouTube video to disk. The chap on the other side of the bet figured it was impossible, and this was a definite winner. Sorry Greg.

First, use KeepVid to save it to your computer.

Then, grab a free FLV to AVI conversion tool like, Freez FLV to AVI MPEG WMV Converter to change it to something more common.

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