How to save videos from almost any streaming site
Without installing any plugin or applications
TL;DR; Check out our infograph further down the page to see how easy it is.
Have you ever had the need to save a video from the web for whatever purpose? Maybe asked yourself how you can download a video from youtube?It might be that you'd like to use a part of the video in your own compilation, or maybe just for archiving purposes. Or maybe you are going to travel and won't have access to the internet for several days but still want to keep up with your channel subscriptions. If you are from a country with bad data plans you will know the struggle of streaming on your data plan and only want to do so while connected to a wifi network.
Whatever your reason might be it is never easy finding any straight forward way to save videos off the web. There are programs out there promising to do this which cost money, and then there are helper sites (similar to ours) which provide you with malicious files to install. There are also community-maintained scripts for downloading videos, but to use those will need to have a computer engineering degree to even get started.
We got tired of the extra hassle and problems involved with saving content for our personal usage and decided to do something about it. That's why we created TubeNinja to allow normal people to save any video without having to install sketchy applications or look through a myriad of fake "download" buttons to fetch a video.
We hope you will enjoy using our site and we'd appreciate if you shared it with your friends.
So without further ado here is the infograph that will show you how you can save any video off the web in 3 easy steps.
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If the "dl" trick doesn't work you can always try and copy-paste the URL of the content you want to save and paste it in the box on the top of this page. Our site is able to find embedded videos from pages as well.