How to download videos Downloader - How to Download Video from

18 May 2017 by Letay Mccluree


Recently more and more people are asking how to download videos from in the forum. Now this article will precisely describe an efficient Video Downloader named GetFLV and its detailed step by step guide on how to download videos.

Great Video Downloader

Currently, there are a number of Video downloaders for example Python 2.7 and GetFLV. However, GetFLV, ranks high as the best program to download videos. This is because it is easy to use while allowing users to download videos 3X faster speed. In addition, it comes with an inbuilt video converter, which enables users to convert any downloaded videos to audio/video formats. You can also download videos from HBO GO, Ustream.TV, creativeLIVE, Tumblr, Youtube, Crackle, CBS,, XFINITY TV etc websites. Full list of supported sites

Steps to Download Videos

This passage will describe a step by step tutorials on how to download video from

Make Preparation: Free download downloader

Firstly, according to your OS, get the best Video Downloader - GetFLV ( for Windows , for Mac) , install and then launch it.

Step 1

Launch downloader and visit website

Launch GetFLV and and open website. It appears like this.

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Step 2 Play your desired video
Play the video stream you want to download from GetFLV will detect the video URL automatically and show it in the URL list. Select the right URL in the URL list section and click Download button to create a download task.
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Step 3 Start downloading videos
In "Downloader Window", you can monitor the process of the downloading task. GetFLV can download your video at up to 10x normal download speeds. You can watch your video while it's still downloading through GetFLV's built-in player. For the stopped tasks, you can also resume them.
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Part 2: Record espn.go videos with Video Capture Plugin

Part 3: Bulk or batch download espn.go videos (for 600+ supported sites)


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