Control the download process for any file, as well as extract images and videos from websites, with this reliable Firefox add-on
|Updated||August 31 2019|
Michel Gutierrez N/A N/A
|Crack Size||753 KB|
|Systems||Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Video DownloadHelper is an intuitive Mozilla Firefox extension, which allows you to control the file download, from various websites. The add-on mainly facilitates the extraction of pictures and videos from hosting websites, such as YouTube or Metacafe. You may easily pause the transfer or add a particular source to the blacklist.
Video DownloadHelper is a reliable tool that can extend Firefox’s capabilities when it comes to controlling the video extraction processes. The tool is easy to instal and can be enabled/disabled from the Firefox Extensions page. It places a small icon on the browser’s toolbar, which makes it easy to access and to manage.
As you click on the icon, the tool reveals a menu of options, when a download task is in progress or a list of the most recent transfers, otherwise. You may view which downloads are active in other tabs, than the one you are currently viewing.
Video DownloadHelper Crack allows you to easily start or stop a transfer, perform a quick download and copy the file’s URL. Moreover, you can 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. Whenever you access a video page, the tool offers you the downloading options in the menu: supported formats, quality and resolution.
Video DownloadHelper can be adjusted to support one or more transfer tasks at the same time, to notify you when the processes are over, as well as to instantly detect the associated extensions. You may add Smart names that can trigger the content download, as well as extend its capabilities to local video conversion, with the help of an adjacent video converter.
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