What is best Program to use to capture videos from Internet?

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  1. WizardHunt macrumors 68000

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    Ok Does anyone use any Mac program to capture videos on the web that could be flash or other forms of video? If so what are you using? I have tried Snapz Pro and wonder if there is anything like this out on the market? Let me hear from you?
     
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  3. Steve-M macrumors regular

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    For YouTube I use a downloader/viewer named MacTubes. Pretty slick app, you can download YouTube videos in FLV, MP4, or HD.
     
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  5. WizardHunt thread starter macrumors 68000

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    Cool, Any more programs out there? Keep them coming.
     
  6. n-abounds macrumors 6502a

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    ScreenFlow.

    It doesn't download the videos or anything, but you can select any portion of your screen and record it. I've done it for a few things on Hulu. Works pretty well.
     
  7. gamerw00t macrumors member

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    I just discovered RealPlayer Downloader, its part of the package of RealPlayer 11 package, but, you can use it as a stand alone application

    It's really easy. All you do is click the Icon, click download, then click show folder with file

    REALLY easy
     
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    As screen recording flash videos might be a little bit choppy sometimes, you can also use Video DownloadHelper, an add-on for Firefox, or you use the Activity window in Safari and double-click on the .flv file (almost always the biggest file in there), which is then downloaded to your Downloads folder.


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  10. WizardHunt thread starter macrumors 68000

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    This is good information. Are there anymore out there that people are using? Let me know. Keep them coming still if there are any out there.
     
  11. gareoz macrumors newbie

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    software apps for downloading video from the web

    Up until a few days ago, I was using TubeTv, but for some reason it just stopped working. I've done some surfing to see if anyone else is experiencing the same and people are. I'm not sure what happened, but it was a cool program for downloading YOUTUBE content only, really cool.
     

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