KeepVid: Website which lets you download and save videos from the Internet easily

If you are in the habit of downloading videos from the Internet on a regular basis, you will surely like to check out free software like Vixy Freecorder. But, if you download and save such videos from the Internet on very rare occasions then, KeepVid website can emerge as an alternative to the above-mentioned programs.

Website which lets you download and save videos

KeepVid allows you to grab and download videos from the Internet. All the user is required to do, is paste the URL of the video page in the space provided on the website, and click the ‘Download’ button to permit KeepVid to search and download the video.

The website then offers both, low quality and high-quality video download. It also displays links to download the video in MP4, 3GP or FLV format. Windows Media Player does not support FLV file format. It is therefore recommended to use VLC player to play the files with FLV format on Windows computer.

Apart from all this, KeepVid also offers a more convenient bookmarklet option that you can drag up to your bookmarks bar. To use it, simply click the ‘Keep It!’ button while streaming a video to navigate the current page straight to the KeepVid download page for that video.

The Automated Web Safety Testing results carried out by McAfee Site advisor for the KeepVid suggest that the site is safe and has no significant problems.

Using KeepVid you can also download YouTube subtitles for Videos or TV Series.

KeepVid website

So if you want to download videos from the Internet every once in a while, head over to KeepVid.

CLARIFICATION BY ADMIN: 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.

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The author Hemant Saxena is a post-graduate in bio-technology and has an immense interest in following Windows, Office and other technology developments. Quiet by nature, he is an avid Lacrosse player. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software, and being careful about any third-party offers while installing freeware is recommended.