WebVideoCap v1.41

Checker on 22 Mar 2014

WebVideoCap allows you to capture Flash video format (.FLV) files and RTSP/MMS video streams downloaded in your web browser. After the entire video file is downloaded and played by the Web browser, the video file is saved in the folder that you selected, and save and to play offline. The program can capture the video files of most popular video-sharing sites, including YouTube, Google Video, Yahoo Video, iFilm, Metacafe, Putfile etc.

Note: You can use WebVideoCap under Windows Vista with SP1, but you must download and install the WinPcap driver, and select the WinPcap driver as the capture method, so it is functional but not portable.

Category:
System Requirements: Win2K / WinXP / Vista
Writes settings to: Application folder
Dependencies: Administrator rights
Stealth: ? Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch WebVideoCap.exe.
What's new?
  • Fixed WebVideoCap to capture the .mp4 files of dailymotion.com and probably other Web sites.

5 comments on WebVideoCap  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

Moogy Reister 2009-01-22 05:15

This utility appears to work well, however...

the video sites are playing a short 10 second video commercial prior to the featured video. Consequently, you end up capturing the commercial and not the video you want.

This effective defeats the usefulness of this utility...

semiRocket 2009-04-24 06:37

Hmmm, didn't found any use for it, but in the other hand there's VideoCacheView from the same author that is exactly what I was looking for.
If you watch videos in youtube and find one that's interesting, VideoCacheView let you just copy the file from your browser download cache, in contrary to other similar products that download that video again... Briliant :)
Of course you could do it by hand, but in this way is much faster and easier. It let you even preview cached file(s).

larry 2009-10-22 17:25

I thought software that facilitates the download of youtube videos was illegal?

http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/02/13/youtube-kills-our-video-download-tool/

juvera 2011-10-15 14:28

Use a web-based downloader such as: http://keepvid.com
I works great with youtube.

V1.41

webfork 2011-10-15 20:43

larry: I wish techcrunch would take that to a lawyer. Nobody accepts a user agreement / terms of use to use Youtube so you can't be in violation of one if you didn't agree to it. They got a cease-and-desist and panicked because, you know, its Google.

V1.41

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