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Google Videos is the most used video service in the Internet. Thanks to it you are able to watch millions of personal videos, upload yours and watch official videos coming from TV channels (such as documentaries for example) etc. But why stay bounded to your or someone else Internet connection to watch these videos when you can can download and watch them offline wherever you go? This little tutorial will teach you how to download tons of Google videos with simple tricks or with the help of some free third-party application.

  1. There are a lot of simple, free programs which are able to download any videos from the Internet, including famous Internet Video services such as: Google Video, YouTube, DailyMotion etc. One of the most famous one is the excellent TubeMaster.
  2. If you have Firefox browser you won’t even need to use other software. In fact, Firefox offers you interesting and free add-ons which will let you download any video you want. Here are some interesting add-ons: KeepTube and Video DownloadHelper.
  3. If you don’t want to install anything on your computer because you hate programs and the fact that you have to set them, leave everything to the Internet. Some website lets you download any Google Video you want by simply pasting and copy the URL of the video in a special field. That’s the case of Videodl.org. Copy and paste the web address of the video you want to download (such as: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7765557442856739526) , click the get it! button and that’s it! Right click a special link to download the video!
  4. Do you wish to download a Google video to your ipod? Nothing to worry about! Google has got an excellent tutorial which teach you how to download a video to your iPod using iTunes. Visit this guide to know more.

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2 Comments to “How to Download Google Videos”

  1. mike34 Says:

    Ok, I tried and I can confirm that it works! Thanks.

  2. Dennis F. Says:

    Link under item 4 “not available.”

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