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Burning from YouTube?

Tue Jul 01, 2014 1:18 am

Is there anyway you can download videos from YouTube so they can then be burnt to disc? I know how to audio files, was wondering if there was a way to do video's also.
Thanks
Murph

Re: Burning from YouTube?

Tue Jul 01, 2014 1:23 am

My guess is you will get some answers.

rjm

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Re: Burning from YouTube?

Tue Jul 01, 2014 1:45 am

Does this help ? :

http://www.elvis-collectors.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=75910

Re: Burning from YouTube?

Tue Jul 01, 2014 10:46 am

Use jDownloader. It's hands down the best software for downloading YouTube files in quite a few formats and at all the available resolutions of course.
Install it, copy and paste the link in the soft and choose your desired file. Works on many other sites as well. ;)

http://jdownloader.org/

Re: Burning from YouTube?

Wed Jul 02, 2014 2:35 pm

Although it's not free, but does have a trial, I use "Streaming Video Recorder" because of it's many features and compatibilities to steam other videos to Mp4 HD format.
http://www.streaming-video-recorder.com/

Of course you could just download the free 'Torch" browser that will rip any audio, or video from the web.(Comes in handy to rip those Instagram pics. :wink: )
http://lp.torchbrowser.com/?sysid=448&appid=305

After you get the YouTube vid rips, you will need a convert to DVD program such as "ConvertXtoDVD"
http://www.vso-software.fr/products/convert_x_to_dvd/

:smt024
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Re: Burning from YouTube?

Wed Jul 02, 2014 4:19 pm

promiseland wrote:Although it's not free, but does have a trial, I use "Streaming Video Recorder" because of it's many features and compatibilities to steam other videos to Mp4 HD format.
http://www.streaming-video-recorder.com/

Of course you could just download the free 'Torch" browser that will rip any audio, or video from the web.(Comes in handy to rip those Instagram pics. :wink: )
http://lp.torchbrowser.com/?sysid=448&appid=305

After you get the YouTube vid rips, you will need a convert to DVD program such as "ConvertXtoDVD"
http://www.vso-software.fr/products/convert_x_to_dvd/

:smt024


Torch sounds amazing. I'm wondering if it can do ESPN videos from their website. Will have to check after I finish my exams on Friday. Better not forget about it...

Thanks! ::rocks

Re: Burning from YouTube?

Thu Jul 03, 2014 5:04 am

Is this legal to dl from Youtube....just asking cause I like the idea! 8)

Re: Burning from YouTube?

Thu Jul 03, 2014 8:52 am

Snuck wrote:
promiseland wrote:Although it's not free, but does have a trial, I use "Streaming Video Recorder" because of it's many features and compatibilities to steam other videos to Mp4 HD format.
http://www.streaming-video-recorder.com/

Of course you could just download the free 'Torch" browser that will rip any audio, or video from the web.(Comes in handy to rip those Instagram pics. :wink: )
http://lp.torchbrowser.com/?sysid=448&appid=305

After you get the YouTube vid rips, you will need a convert to DVD program such as "ConvertXtoDVD"
http://www.vso-software.fr/products/convert_x_to_dvd/

:smt024


Torch sounds amazing. I'm wondering if it can do ESPN videos from their website. Will have to check after I finish my exams on Friday. Better not forget about it...

Thanks! ::rocks

Torch can do just about any embedded video or audio web based download , It's one amazing browser . I don't use it as a full time browser I only open it when I need an audio or video download.

Re: Burning from YouTube?

Thu Jul 03, 2014 8:56 am

f2walsh wrote:Is this legal to dl from Youtube....just asking cause I like the idea! 8)

It's legal as long as you are not downloading copyrighted material such as movies or music.

Re: Burning from YouTube?

Thu Jul 03, 2014 11:26 pm

The best downloader I've found is FreeStudio's YouTube Downloader/YouTube To Mp3 Downloader which can be found here:

FreeStudio's YouTube Downloader/YouTube To Mp3 Downloader

Re: Burning from YouTube?

Thu Jul 03, 2014 11:29 pm

promiseland wrote:
f2walsh wrote:Is this legal to dl from Youtube....just asking cause I like the idea! 8)

It's legal as long as you are not downloading copyrighted material such as movies or music.


Giggle.

(And no one would do THAT!)

rjm

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Re: Burning from YouTube?

Thu Jul 03, 2014 11:33 pm

Seriously, or technically, every video that doesn't have a Creative Commons licence that allows use belongs to the user who made it and uploaded it, even without third-party material. Comes with a standard YouTube license. Even stupid videos of kids falling off a roof into a garden rake or whatever.

I think.

But. If uploaded to Facebook, it belongs to them, as I understand it.

rjm

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Re: Burning from YouTube?

Sat Jul 05, 2014 4:41 am

Tony Trout wrote:The best downloader I've found is FreeStudio's YouTube Downloader/YouTube To Mp3 Downloader which can be found here:

FreeStudio's YouTube Downloader/YouTube To Mp3 Downloader

I hardly doubt anyone would really want to convert a Youtube rip to a LOSSY Mp3 file, since there is already an abundance of compression already.

pass...

Re: Burning from YouTube?

Tue Jul 08, 2014 7:29 am

promiseland wrote:
Tony Trout wrote:The best downloader I've found is FreeStudio's YouTube Downloader/YouTube To Mp3 Downloader which can be found here:

FreeStudio's YouTube Downloader/YouTube To Mp3 Downloader

I hardly doubt anyone would really want to convert a Youtube rip to a LOSSY Mp3 file, since there is already an abundance of compression already.

pass...


If you can't buy the song, if it's totally unavailable? Sure.

rjm

Re: Burning from YouTube?

Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:24 am

rjm wrote:
promiseland wrote:
Tony Trout wrote:The best downloader I've found is FreeStudio's YouTube Downloader/YouTube To Mp3 Downloader which can be found here:

FreeStudio's YouTube Downloader/YouTube To Mp3 Downloader

I hardly doubt anyone would really want to convert a Youtube rip to a LOSSY Mp3 file, since there is already an abundance of compression already.

pass...


If you can't buy the song, if it's totally unavailable? Sure.

rjm

Any song that is on YouTube I can download in Flac elsewhere. But the whole point is, everything can be downloaded on YouTube in it's highest available format if you just use the correct ripper. To rip an audio file from YouTube with a ripper that only rips to Mp3 when there are HD rippers for free in mind boggling.

Re: Burning from YouTube?

Mon Jul 14, 2014 5:26 pm

Tony Trout wrote:The best downloader I've found is FreeStudio's YouTube Downloader/YouTube To Mp3 Downloader which can be found here:

FreeStudio's YouTube Downloader/YouTube To Mp3 Downloader


Absolutely, this software is incredible

Re: Burning from YouTube?

Wed Jul 16, 2014 5:49 pm

I use Freemake. It 100% free. www.freemake.com

You can convert it to any format you want.

Re: Burning from YouTube?

Fri Aug 01, 2014 10:41 am

It used to be easy...........

Re: Burning from YouTube?

Mon Aug 04, 2014 7:31 am

promiseland wrote:
rjm wrote:
promiseland wrote:
Tony Trout wrote:The best downloader I've found is FreeStudio's YouTube Downloader/YouTube To Mp3 Downloader which can be found here:

FreeStudio's YouTube Downloader/YouTube To Mp3 Downloader

I hardly doubt anyone would really want to convert a Youtube rip to a LOSSY Mp3 file, since there is already an abundance of compression already.

pass...


If you can't buy the song, if it's totally unavailable? Sure.

rjm

Any song that is on YouTube I can download in Flac elsewhere. But the whole point is, everything can be downloaded on YouTube in it's highest available format if you just use the correct ripper. To rip an audio file from YouTube with a ripper that only rips to Mp3 when there are HD rippers for free in mind boggling.


Where do I find Nolan Strong and The Diablos' "The Wind" in a lossless format, or even in decent MP3? I can't find it in the usual places, so my only choice was to grab it off of YouTube. (I didn't know about better rippers at that time.) It's one of the most amazing recordings I have EVER heard!

Here:
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When you're really hungry, you'll jump into a dumpster to eat, you know what I mean?

rjm

Re: Burning from YouTube?

Wed Aug 27, 2014 3:47 pm

Try this ,,

http://www.deezer.com/track/10111136