It doesn't get any simpler than this. :)
It doesn’t get any simpler than this. 🙂
Hi! Thanks a lot for showing this „cruel“ trick!
I will try it out in Windoffs too.
Forgot to ask, I have tried doing this for Flash Audio files but don’t see the file in /tmp does this work for Audio?
This is one of the best tech vids I have ever seen, the sheer simplicity of what is being done here is just amazing, also quite funny in a way (when you think about what has to be done in Win for example what with apps for downloading & converting etc.).
Love your vids amzer 🙂
Why didn’t I think of that? All this time I’ve been using a Grease Monkey script. Your brilliant!
i’m the „administrator“, don’t even use a password in log in…
„paste“ appears in light grey, can’t figure out why. i think it’s done different in this version.
thanks a lot, any way 🙂
Make sure you have permission to write to wherever you are trying to paste the video.
it doesn’t let me „paste“, on xubuntu… 🙁
There are several different ways of doing this. You show an alternative way of doing this. 🙂
Well done mate 😀 didnt know you had made one lol. 5/5
If you download videos from Youtube often then yeah I would definitely bookmark the tmp directory.
aight, thanks! I’ll try it out again and see what happens.
oh wow never knew that, good tip
It should have sound. It could be that the media player you are using to view the videos is missing the appropriate sound codecs.
should be the same quality as the video. If you want the best quality make sure you select hd when loading the video
Correct me if I’m wrong, but last time I tried this the video didn’t have any sound. It could’ve just been me though.
haha, that’s really cool
do you know what kind of quality they are though?