Video Tutorials

KentKellerKentKeller Website User Posts: 1

I have found the video tutorials amazingly helpful.  My problems is finding them again to review them.  Can't remember the category or technique name.  Have to navigate through a flurry of videos that are not of interest.  Can't save them for future use.  If I copy the Url, and save to my desktop or browser bookmarks, I end up in YouTube, waiting for ads or viewing in low resolution if my web connection is being special.

It seems to me that video tutorials should be provided for download for those of us that got out our wallets and paid for the pro version.

Thoughts?

Kent

Comments

  • GrayMotionGrayMotion Website User Posts: 1,368 Enthusiast
    edited February 2019

    Every tutorial is posted on Youtube. Simply download the tutorial from YT.

    You can us VLC to download any video from YT (with out ads). All source files are stored on cloud severs and can be downloaded.

    The steps:

    1. Find a video on YouTube and copy the URL from the address bar.
    2. In VLC, head to Media > Open Network Stream.
    3. Paste the YouTube link in the box and click Play and then Pause.
    4. Under Tools, click Codec Information.
    5. In the box that says Location, right-click the block of text and click Select All. Copy this text to your clipboard.
    6. Go back to your browser and paste the link in the address bar. This will open the source file directly on YouTube's servers.
    7. Right-click the video and select Save Video As



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