Author Topic: How to Download YouTube Videos Using 4K Video Downloader  (Read 1029 times)


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How to Download YouTube Videos Using 4K Video Downloader
« on: October 05, 2018, 08:58:30 PM »
1.Download the 4K Video Downloader setup file. Go to products/product-videodownloader in your computer's web browser, then click Get 4K Video Downloader on the left side of the page. The 4K Video Downloader setup file will download onto your computer.
    -4K Video Downloader is available on both Windows and Mac computers.[1]
2.Install 4K Video Downloader. Once the 4K Video Downloader setup file finishes downloading, you can install it by doing the following:
   -Windows — Double-click the setup file, click Yes when prompted, and follow the on-screen setup instructions.
   -Mac — Double-click the setup file, verify the installation if necessary, click and drag the 4K Video Downloader app icon onto the "Applications" folder, and follow any on-screen instructions.
3.Open YouTube. Go to in your computer's web browser.
4.Go to a video you want to download. Search for the video you want to download onto your computer, or select one from the home page. The video should begin playing.
5.Copy the video's address. Click the video's address in the bar at the top of your browser's window, then press Ctrl+A (Windows) or ⌘ Command+A (Mac) to fully select it and press Ctrl+C or ⌘ Command+C to copy it.
6.Open 4K Video Downloader. If 4K Video Downloader didn't automatically open upon finishing its installation, click Start  (Windows) or Spotlight (Mac), then type in 4k video downloader and click (or double-click on a Mac) the 4K Video Downloader result.
7.Click Paste Link. It's in the top-left corner of the 4K Video Downloader window. Doing so will cause the 4K Video Downloader to extract the address you copied.
8.Select a video format. Click the "Format" drop-down box in the upper-right side of the window, then click the video format you want to use.
   -If you don't see "4K" listed in the quality options for a video which you know supports 4K, changing the video format from MP4
    to MKV will usually prompt the 4K option to appear.
9.Select a quality. By default, the highest possible quality will be selected, but you can check the box next to a different quality (e.g., 1080p) if your computer doesn't support the highest quality.
   -For example, many laptop screens don't support 4K video, meaning that downloading a video in 4K is relatively pointless.
10.Click Download. It's at the bottom of the window. Your video will begin downloading onto your computer.
11.Open your video's location. Once your video finishes downloading, right-click it and then click Show in Folder in the resulting drop-down menu. This will cause a File Explorer (Windows) or Finder (Mac) window with your downloaded video to open, at which point you can double-click the video to play it in your computer's default video player.
   -On a Mac, you can hold down Control while clicking the video to prompt the right-click menu to appear.
« Last Edit: October 05, 2018, 09:17:11 PM by mst15-8466 »