Video - The Next Big thing in Storytelling Marketing is Here
Online video consumption has never been greater, with 90 percent of internet users watching video from some type of device.
And online video is no longer relegated to mobile devices, further attributing to the medium’s popularity. Users can now watch video from consoles, smart TVs and a variety of video-on-demand options.
As users have such a hunger for video, is it any wonder there are literally thousands of video-streaming websites? But many prefer to find all their content in one place.
Plenty of video-downloading tools have hit the market, not only helping users find video content from a plethora of sources, but also allowing them to download the content so they can watch it anytime without accessing the internet.
Video-downloading tools offer the power to grab video content from more than 10,000 websites. The services are hugely popular, for a variety of reasons.
Flexibility is a critical issue. Many of the most popular video downloaders work everywhere video is hosted. Whether it’s YouTube, Yahoo Video, Hulu or any other online streaming service, tools like Freemake make grabbing video simple.
Versatility also matters to content creators. With many video downloaders, content can be saved with ease in several formats, including MP4, AVI, MKV, WMV and many more.
There is no need for a lot of technical knowledge to get the video you want, the way you want it.
In the world of online content creation, speed is everything. Some video downloaders offer the fastest-available YouTube downloads.
Multithread technology allows for unheard-of speeds from a free piece of software. For example, how does just 4 minutes for two hours of HD content sound?
For convenience sake, some video downloaders are also compatible with batch downloads with just a few clicks. Whether you are using a list of URLs or just copying link addresses into the download list, all that’s needed is populating the download cue, selecting the appropriate output settings, and away you go.
Download speeds, parental controls, proxies and direct cloud uploads to services like Google Drive and Dropbox are just a few of the custom settings that users have available to them when downloading content.
Finally, regular updates of features and service that keep the technology at the cutting edge are becoming more important all the time.
Some video downloaders may quickly become out-of-date as streaming sites update their technology. But some of the better ones keep their tools up-to-date, so their users always have a positive experience.
Freemake, for example, just revamped its site so return users will be pleasantly surprised with the increased efficiency offered.
While the entire suite of services offered by Freemake is incredible in its own right, the company has gained its fame from the Freemake Video Downloader.
Since 2010, Freemake has managed to secure over 83 million users for their services, and it is easy to see why. The tool has won more than 500 awards from industry experts, including PC World’s Best Free Program.
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