Freemake Video Downloader Review

Freemake Video Downloader is an efficient Windows program for downloading online videos onto other devices for viewing. Its capabilities range from converting video files into different formats to extracting audio tracks directly from videos. In addition, users can rip multiple clips simultaneously and set their preferences for saving files – a useful feature. Unfortunately it cannot convert HEVC or VP9 videos and also does not feature an automatic Clipboard monitor to download clips when copied to the clipboard.

The program interface couldn’t be any simpler, featuring a large “paste” button in the upper-left corner of its main window that makes pasting any URL you copy into it an effortless process. This method makes the program usable with any browser; however, dedicated add-ons such as Video DownloadHelper for Firefox (my go-to choice for YouTube video downloads) offer greater efficiency.

Once you’ve pasted in a video link, the options in the lower right of your screen allow you to select which file type to download based on resolution and quality level – you’re sure to find something perfect! Plus, save it in different file formats that support mobile phones or tablets too!

Users have the power to pause, resume and stop the download at any time; as well as choose whether or not a specific part of the video should be included or excluded from downloads. Furthermore, batch downloading capabilities make this program an invaluable asset if you need to grab many links at once. Finally, this program also enables users to create playlists or channels dedicated to downloading from particular sources – an effective way of collecting multiple related clips quickly and efficiently.

While most features of Freemake are accessible for free, some advanced capabilities require an upgrade. This upgrade can either come via subscription or one of four packs; each of them provides its own set of features like removing the Freemake logo and converting video to MP3.

Freemake Video Downloader remains an excellent choice for downloading and converting online videos, despite some limitations. The user interface is clean and straightforward, starting and running quickly; more advanced features would have been appreciated, such as being able to detect and download subtitles from videos as well as editing minor clips before download. Perhaps considering upgrading to the paid version would make sense just for this functionality alone! For more information visit Freemake’s official website.

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