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How do you Download Youtube video?

Hi! I wanted to watch some photography tutorials as I really like to go out and take photos and wanted to improve my skills. I found some videos on Youtube and wanted to save them on my computer. My son recommended me to use to convert the video. Is that the only way I can download the video? Or are there other options to download videos from youtube?

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18th Nov 2020 05:47:05 (Last activity: 18th Nov 2020 07:33:05)
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There are many available options. I use 2Conv and Joyoshare Screen Recorder. 2Conv is an online free service, which is able to save YouTube videos as MP3, MP4, and AVI. In many cases where a certain YouTube video cannot be downloaded for some reason, I would use Joyoshare Screen Recorder I installed previously as an alternative to record the video in 1080p. It helps me save videos with no time limit and no watermark.
Response from Sally - Silversurfer's Editor made on 18th Nov 2020 07:33:05
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13th Jun 2019 09:32:02
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Some years ago I made a few vidios that I posted on YouTube they are in the main holiday videoes , if anyone is interested please look there is the good the bad and the ugly, try
In the search box it is ArchieUKx, do not forget the x
I hope that you may find some fun here.
18th Jan 2019 15:08:20
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