September 20th, 2006 by Keith

Video Download 1.0 – Internet Explorer and Firefox Plugin

Posted in Fun Stuff, Linux, Mac OS, Utilities, Web Apps, Windows

Video Download Plugin

Fancy watching video from YouTube or Google Video over and over again, even without Internet connection? Well, you can’t do so, since they are flash clips; not unless you have the Viloader plugin.

Available as a free plugin for Firefox and Internet Explorer, Video Download is an addon that downloads videos from Youtube, Google Video, Pornotube, Grinvi, and many other sites with a simple one click of a mouse.

Upon installing this plugin, it add a Download Video link to the right click menu panel, and so all you need to do is to click on it and a new window will be displayed with the download link. From then on, users would be able to download these videos to the local machine and watch them over and over again.

This small, beautiful plugin, is one you shouldn’t go without, especially if you are a video clip fanatic.

Plugin Source: Video Download 1.0

6 Responses to “Video Download 1.0 – Internet Explorer and Firefox Plugin”

  1. Gallery of posts up to 10-02-2006 » SoftSift Says:

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  2. pippo Says:


  3. Herbie Says:

    I hate this software, so much frigging around just to get to the install link got me suspicious. the actual download function is more ads? treat with caution.

  4. Keith Says:

    Hi Herbie, this is not a software, but a plugin. I’m not sure why you say that there a lot of things to do to get around the installation link. It’s just a simple plugin which you add on to your Firefox browser and that’s it.

    The download function does not display any ads on my screen. Could it be your system or the website that you are accessing?

  5. Scott Says:

    I agree with Herbie. I am new to using and installing plugins. I see links to click on which seem to be what I need to do to activate the plugin, but the links just send me to a different page. How does one get the plugin installed? Thanks.

  6. Hemant Says:

    Where is the download link ?? is it a bug ???

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