How to Download YouTube Videos with Free Studio
Free YouTube to MP3 Converter and Free YouTube Download are the most popular applications from the all-in-one Free Studio suite offered by DVDVideoSoft.
The programs can detect and download all videos at all possible YouTube links, single YouTube videos as well as whole collections such as complete playlists and show lists, users’ channels, all videos from personal playlists (History, Liked, Favourites, Watch later, etc.), artists’ playlists, videos from Movies Category, videos from Music Category, videos from YouTube charts, video responses, etc.
The applications detect all types of quality available on YouTube for every video and the user can select which one they would like to download. Moreover, it is possible to create a new output quality preset with desired parameters using embedded Preset Editor.[ Also Read: Top Social Media Brand: Facebook or YouTube? ]
A wide range of advanced options is built into the programs to customize them and make them more user-friendly. It is possible to save and load links from external text files, save download history, import videos to iTunes automatically and customize output name easily.
Moreover, in the coming release DVDVideoSoft intends to enable auto-tagging which will search information related to the audio files and add it to the file properties.
Among other useful downloading applications are Free YouTube to iPod Converter, Free YouTube to iPhone Converter and Free YouTube to DVD Converter.
These updated YouTube programs are included in a single package of Free Studio 5.3.5 which is available for direct download from the company’s website www.dvdvideosoft.com. It was announced today, March 28.
DVDVideoSoft is an independent developer of multimedia software programs for video and audio processing. The company was founded in 2006 as an affiliate distributing paid software.
Today DVDVideoSoft offers 47 applications which are functional and intuitive to use, writes step-by-step instructions on how to solve different multimedia tasks with the help of its programs and, if necessary, provides free comprehensive support in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Chinese and Japanese.
Photo courtesy: DVDVideoSoft
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