Friday, June 6, 2014


Everyone watches videos on the internet everyday and some of them are worth saving like a funny video on YouTube or a course video on one of those online course websites. Downloading YouTube videos is nothing new and is quite simple as well (Click Here to find out how). But downloading videos from Facebook or sites like Coursera is a messy task in itself. But as we all know, there is always a simple solution to every problem. Lets see a really simple way of downloading videos from any and every website.

Step 1: You need to download and install Mozilla Firefox from their website if you don't already have it.

Step 2: After installing Firefox, open it. In the Settings menu on the right top corner of the screen, click on Add-Ons.


Step 3: In Add-Ons window, search for Video DownloadHelper or download helper. Then, select the top most option of 'Video DownloadHelper' from the search results.


Step 4: Click on Install right next to it and let Firefox download and install it.


After it is done downloading, it will give options of Restart Now and Undo. Click on Restart Now to complete the installation process.


Et Voila. The installation procedure is completed. Now, if you want to download a video, go to it and let the streaming process get started. As soon as the streaming process gets started, Video DownloadHelper will become active and provide you with all the possible download options.



Now, you can click on the quality you want to download and the video will start downloading.

Video Tutorial

We have prepared a tutorial video to make the guide much more easier to comprehend and follow. Here you go with that.

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