ClipGrab: Download and Convert videos from the Web

It is not an easy task, downloading videos from different websites and converting the download is even more time-consuming. Although there are many video downloaders, there are not many other free software that let you download and convert videos from other websites. This is where ClipGrab can help you.

ClipGrab is a free tool for downloading and converting online videos from many sites. You can directly convert the downloaded videos directly in different file formats. But before you decide to download the videos from the websites, please read the terms of that website and ensure that you are allowed to download them.

ClipGrab can also download HD videos from sites that have support for HD videos. You can search for videos under search tab. In short, you get a video downloader plus a video converter though supporting less video file formats.


Other than just downloading videos, ClipGrab has many features. Here are some of the features of ClipGrab.

  • Directly converts your videos after downloading
  • Search Tab in which you can search for you videos
  • User friendly interface
  • Can be minimized to system tray
  • You can enable proxy

It can convert your videos into the following formats:

  • WMV
  •  MPEG4
  • OGG Theora
  • MP3 (audio only)
  • OGG Vorbis (audio only)


ClipGrab has a very good interface, everything is easy to use and the interface is very user-friendly. Though there are not many things on GUI that’s why it is easy to use.


You may get many other video downloaders, but ClipGrab can be used to download videos from many websites. The tool is very lite and fast as it would cost you only 11.9 MB of hard disk space.

You can download ClipGrab for Windows from here. A comment suggests that its installer is loaded with crapware. So you may want to take note if this,

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Lavish loves to follow up on the latest happenings in technology. He loves to try out new Windows-based software and gadgets and is currently learning JAVA. He loves to develop new software for Windows. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software is always recommended, he feels.