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Thomas Miller
Downloading Footage from YouTube
on Aug 26, 2010 at 8:41:00 pm

I'm posting this in a few forums to see if anyone can help me with this. We shot a project for Nat Geo that I want to feature in our upcoming newsletter. While I will eventually get a copy from the production company in London, it will be a while. We usually post our portion of a project on our website and link it from the newsletter. So I found the video posted on YouTube, which I will link below. Usually, I'm able to use one of the cheap software products like Xilisoft YouTube Converter to download the video and then convert from Flash to .mov. Then I can bring it into Final Cut and edit down to only the part of the show we worked on. BUT for some reason these products no longer are able to get the video off of YouTube. Has anyone run into this and does anyone have a workaround? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!

Here's the link. We did the wind tunnel part which is at exactly 07:14 into this 10 minute clip:







THANK YOU!

Tom Miller
Big Pictures Media
Denver, Colorado

http://www.BigPicturesMedia.com


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Noah Kadner
Re: Downloading Footage from YouTube
on Aug 27, 2010 at 1:11:52 am

Ha- this makes me a little sad that you can't get a copy of your work but via ripping it off Youtube. But that said, google for MPEG Streamclip which has some YouTube importing options- and it's free.

Noah

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Thomas Miller
Re: Downloading Footage from YouTube
on Aug 27, 2010 at 1:27:18 am

Thanks Noah. Yeah, I eventually get copies of everything from the client, but it sometimes takes time.

Tom Miller
Big Pictures Media
Denver, Colorado

http://www.BigPicturesMedia.com


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Thomas Miller
Re: Downloading Footage from YouTube
on Aug 27, 2010 at 2:20:30 am

Rob Grauert suggested savevid.com, and it worked just fine.

Tom Miller
Big Pictures Media
Denver, Colorado

http://www.BigPicturesMedia.com


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