Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Freemake Video Downloader Now Downloads Videos From 10,000 Websites

The video downloading and conversion procedure is the same as before, i.e. you copy a video’s URL and click paste to add the video to the downloading queue. Once the video is parsed, you are presented with the option to select a video conversion format, as well as the choice to extract original audio and optionally change the default destination folder.

One of the new features added to this application includes the option to resume broken downloads, ensuring that you do not have to restart the downloading process.
With the new download history feature, you can easily view a list of and play downloaded videos, open destination folder, URL (in browser) and delete history of downloaded files via right-click context menu.
Furthermore, Freemake video Downloader has provided a number of bug fixes. For example, issues that occurred with YouTube videos downloads and WebM audio extraction have now been fixed. Freemake Video Downloader has also provided a number of interface languages including Spanish, Dutch, French, Italian etc. It works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.
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