Manage your browser''s downloads, as well as extract images and videos from websites such as YouTube with this efficient Google Chrome add-on
|Updated||June 26 2019|
Michel Gutierrez N/A N/A
|Crack Size||777 KB|
|Systems||Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Browsing the internet for content is an enjoyable endeavor, but sometimes watching it is no longer enough, and you look for a way to own it, and that is when a downloader can come in handy.
Video DownloadHelper for Chrome is a neat Google Chrome addon which allows you to control and obtain file through download from various websites. The lets you extract pictures and videos from hosting websites, such as YouTube or Metacafe.
Once the extension is installed in your browser, all you have to do is let a video play, and the addon will identify it for download. You will be made aware of how the download process goes, and you have several options, such as pausing and resuming the download at will.
If you don't want some video hosting sites to be included, all you have to do is add it to the extension's blacklist, and that's it. The download process may also be started through copying and pasting the file’s URL.
Amongst its features, you can also add the source to the blacklist if you do not trust it, display details about the transfer, pin the hit to the list or delete it.
Video DownloadHelper’s menu can adapt with every video hosting website you visit. The tool supports extracting media content from websites such as YouTube, Vimeo, Metacafe, Dailymotion, iFilm, Google videos.
As you are prompted to choose whether to download a video or not, you may also select several features, such as resolution, size, format, etc.
Video DownloadHelper for Chrome Crack comes as a welcome addition for any web consumer that loves owning content for personal use, and considering how lightweight it is, you won't even feel it running in the background.
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