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If you're using Firefox as your browser, there are a wealth of addons available for the purpose. Personally I use NetVideoHunter. It suits the way I work. Other options are; Video DownloadHelper 1-Click YouTube Video Download There are plenty of others.. For Google Chrome, you could try: YouTube Downloader - 1.1 Opera has a number of widgets ...
It uses the fileSystem API, which basically writes the file to a sandboxed section of your local file system: AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\File System\
If you're a little command line oriented like myself, the handy tool youtube-dl I find quite practical. (Edit: youtube-dl has moved to http://rg3.github.com/youtube-dl/.) youtube-dl -t "http://youtube.com/watch?v=quuxthing" mplayer "This Is What the title looks like but its just an example.flv" youtube-dl will work even if you only give it the video ...
TED videos can be downloaded directly from their website: You can also get it through their RSS feed if you want.
Backupify does do all of the items you listed in your post: gmail, facebook, google docs, etc. and a bunch more as well.
No. This isn't allowed per section 3 clause 2 of Facebook's Terms of Service: You will not collect users' content or information, or otherwise access Facebook, using automated means (such as harvesting bots, robots, spiders, or scrapers) without our permission The popular album downloader PhotoJacker was abandoned because of that. (Disclosure: The ...
JDownloader will really help. If you copy a YouTube link to the clipboard it will give you various options like, download MP3 files download Flash videos download MP4 files download in 320, 460, 720, etc. Moreover, if you copy a YouTube playlist link, it will parse all videos and gives you option to download all the videos in the playlist. Supports/has ...
Because the premiss of the site is that you go back to view your favourite videos so you can see (more) advertising, sponsored links etc. If you download the videos you could watch them as many times as you wanted without seeing all this. There's also the small matter of copyright - you only have the right to view the videos, not copy and (potentially) ...
I use FlashGot addon for Firefox to download Youtube videos. From the FlashGot forum: Q: How can I download video and audio streams with FlashGot? A: Just open the page where the video or audio stream plays, and as soon as it starts you will see a new FlashGot Media status bar icon flashing as a notification: you can either left-click ...
RealPlayer integrates a download feature for any flash video on a website even if the video isn't from popular platforms like youtube.
Go to File → See Revision History Select the version you want then click Restore this version This won't delete any versions — you will still be able to go back to the current version. The full article can be found here.
Not directly answering your question but you should consider using a Distributed Version Control System) rather than SVN. Have a look at Git with GitHub, or Mercurial with BitBucket...
You could use a URL shortener (such as bit.ly or goo.gl) to create a link to the Dropbox public link and get the stats from the URL shortener service.
You can use the following apps to download multiple images from Flickr at once: FlickrDown Bulkr Downloadr
Some videos (like the Vevo ones) get streamed; I haven't figured out how to save them yet. But for the bulk of videos, they get saved to the computer's temporary folder until the video is navigated away from. On a Linux or Mac OS X computer, it's relatively easy to find and copy the temporary file elsewhere (renaming it to a .flv if it is a Flash video). ...
Video DownloadHelper - it just works. Note: Quite frequent addon updates can be sometimes annoying, especially if you are not using this addon too often (so you don't appreciate having it up to date).
My favorite is prefixing youtube in the URL with "kiss". Like this, www.kissyoutube.com/watch?v=zJOS0sV2a24 Try it.
Amazon offers this, but only for music. Also, as GAThrawn said, you can only download your purchase without proprietary software if it's a single track and not an album.
At present (February 2011) this is not possible to do in Dropbox. It is on the wish list though.
Put.io is a website which fetches the torrents to their remote servers and provides direct downloads, but is not free.
Each Wikia site should have an XML dump available on their Special:Statistics page. You can get there directly by following this format: www.<wikianamehere>.com/Special:Statistics Navigate to the "Database dumps" header and select the dump relating to current pages -- you can safely ignore the one regarding page history if you simply want to read ...
My favorite tool for that is the Flickr Downloader. It's a desktop app that you can download from here.
Internet Download Manager also supports this (enable "Advanced Browser Integration")
There are a lot of software and websites that can download YouTube videos, and I use Leawo Free YouTube Downloader. I have used it for about 1 year without any problems.
Even if there was a option it would be effectively useless as the user can just right click over the image and save the image using the browser context menu. However, this would be the image as displayed rather than the higher resolution image you might have uploaded. I've just checked and Facebook doesn't mess with the context menu.
Depending on what you want to do with it you have a couple of options. If you're wanting to copy it over to WordPress, you can use Tumblr2WordPress to give you a standard WordPress XML file. If you want the whole thing, posts & images, use this Tumblr Backup to give you a tarball including everything. A .TAR file is similar to a .ZIP file, and can be ...
Try: /Users/USERNAME/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default/File System Source Or: ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default/Storage/ext/<extension id>/def/File System/ Source
I'm not sure about the Chrome Application, but you can access your "Keeps" directly by navigating to https://keep.google.com From there find the note that contains your image... Open the note Click the image (to display just the image) Right mouse and "Save image as..." (in Chrome) This saved the original (8mp) image for me, not a reduced-for-web ...
I use VideoDL. Crazy awesome.
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