🛠 Developer Descriptions
WinX YouTube Downloader is the best choice if you want to download 4K/HD MP4 videos and record Live streams so you can watch them later when you're not online. You can also use it to save videos and MP3 music for later use. This online (4K/YouTube) video downloader is safe and reliable, even though it is freeware. It doesn't have any plugins or annoying ads.It works with more than 600 online video and audio sites and makes it easier to download videos in batches or get the whole playlist or channel from YouTube (Vevo), Facebook, DailyMotion, Vimeo, Yahoo, and more, whether it's a 1080p/HD video, an 8K/4K UHD video, a 3D video, or a regular video in FLV/MP4/WebM/3GP. WinX YouTube Downloader can automatically find the video and show you its size, resolution, and format. Choose the output you want and click Download. The full video will be on your PC in just a few seconds. It works perfectly and smoothly on Windows 10 and uses little CPU.
✍ Key Software Details
- Supports dozens of video sites
- Downloads multiple videos at once
- Choice of conversion options
WinX YouTube Downloader is an impressive tool that not only allows you to download videos from YouTube but also from other popular sites like Vimeo, Facebook, and Dailymotion. It provides a list of possible resolutions and formats, including 4K, and allows you to download multiple videos at once. The user interface is clean and easy to use, with occasional prompts to upgrade to the premium version. However, it does not allow you to extract audio in MP3 format, which can be a drawback for some users. Additionally, users should be aware that using third-party apps to download videos is against YouTube's terms of service and may also involve potential copyright infringement.
- Supports multiple video sites
- Can download multiple videos simultaneously
- Offers a choice of conversion options
- Clean and user-friendly interface
- 4K video download capability
- Cannot extract audio in MP3 format
- Use of third-party apps for video download is against YouTube's terms of service
- Potential copyright infringement issues