With lots and lots of videos uploaded on Youtube and other video sharing sites like Hulu, we may need to download or record some videos that appeal most to us or those we like the most. Since the videos are embedded in the web browser, these can’t be downloaded directly but there are certain online websites using which we can download these for free.
One such online web service is the StreamTransport which is almost similar to the ones around but with some good features. You need to download the app and install it in the system and rest it will do for you. So whenever next time you need to download the videos, just start this app and it shall detect the video download link for you automatical
• The app is able to browse and download video clips from video hosting websites of HTTP, RTMP, RTMPT, RTMPE, RTMPTE protocol, and these include websites such as Hulu, Veoh, Boxee, Joost, YouTube, Yahoo Video, CBS, etc.
• The URL of any video clip that is playing will be auto-captured and listed out for your convenience, and you can download it with one click or just ignore.
• Download the videos in low or high quality that is either in FLV (defalut) or MP4 format. In case you don’t have any flv player, this app’s got one for you to play.
• The task manager lists detailed information of files such as name, size, progress, location etc and allows you to play, stop, delete and convert (full version) the FLV files downloaded. Auto shutdown is available as well.
The tool is worth a try and is free to use. For detailed info on how to, you can also visit the homepage as well (mentioned below).