Wednesday, August 07, 2013

A happy Cup song about goodbye

Aniko found this fun and cool video.

Seems it's related to a movie named Pitch Perfect, this is from it:

I'd like to download the first video. But it seems that landscape has change in Internet speed since last I passed through: now the sites I check either requires that I install new software on my computer, or install a Java applet, or whatnot. Can anybody recommend a good, clean youtube video download site?

BTW, I dislike when big middlemen put their big middle-of-the-road logo on art. Who or what is VEVO? I don't know and I don't care. It's unlikely to lead me to anything else interesting, so why would I?


Bert said...

"Can anybody recommend a good, clean youtube video download site?"

I use a Firefox add-in called DownloadHelper that allows me to download a lot of media contents from web pages, including YouTube, directly from inside FF.

It's a bit odd to use, but once you get it, it's quick and easy to use. Oh! They will try to suck you into buying some premium paying services, but those are really not needed (less you want to, of course, but there are plenty of free alternatives).

Eolake Stobblehouse said...

Oh ya, I think I used that a couple years ago. Somebody had posted a lot of files for me, but left them as one link per file on a web page! DLH helped shorten the process.

Though it seemed a bit complex now. A lot of statements, but no visible download link, so I didn't bother.

Bru said...

I am using something called Flash Video Downloader. It's a Firefox add-on.

Unknown said...

I use either savetube or freevid, else you can install freemake video downloader. Also good for converting video to mp3 if you just want the audio.