VideoGet

VideoGet
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Software/App Name: VideoGet 

Category: Multimedia

Setup Size: 23.05 MB 

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 10 32/64 bit, Windows Server 2012, Windows 2008 R2, Windows 2008 32/64 bit, Windows 2003, Windows 8 32/64 bit, Windows 7 32/64 bit, Windows Vista 32/64 bit, Windows XP 32/64 bit & Mac OS X 10.9 or later

VideoGet is a fantastic application for downloading the most recent video clips from over 100 different video sources on the internet. It works with sites like YouTube, MySpace, Google Video, Yahoo Video, and a slew of others. If you use the internet frequently, you’ve probably come across it at some point. This useful tool is something that no home or small business owner should overlook.

VideoGet for Windows PC and Mac OS

VideoGet for Windows PC is an excellent freeware utility that performs double service as a downloader and converter while consuming minimal system resources. However, many users may view its inconsistency with the sites it’s supposed to support for video downloading and conversion to be a deal-breaker. 

Even so, if you’re interested in other websites, you’ll benefit from dependable and intelligent software.

VideoGet for Mac OS transfers media between servers and clients using the RealMedia protocol and is compatible with Windows, Linux, UNIX, Novell, IBM, and Spice/Lazoo. If you’re looking for a new video site to download your favorite clips, VideoGet is an excellent place to start. 

It’s easy to use, quick, and most importantly, it enables simultaneous video downloads from all major video sites with a simple and straightforward setup. Try out this useful software if you’re seeking a simple way to make your life easier.

Features and Highlights 

Here are some of the most popular and notable features of the app is:

Extensive File Type Support for Conversion

It is supports.mpg (MPEG1, MPEG2), .avi (DivX, XviD, AVI), .wmv, .webm, .flv, .rm, .3pg, DVD, VCD, and SVCD, as well as other output profiles. 

It can also convert clips for playback on Samsung, HTC, Motorola, iPhone, iPod, iPad, AppleTV, and other devices, as well as extract audio streams and save them as .mp3, .wav ,.ogg, or .aac files.

Tinker with Audio and Video Settings

You can choose your favorite width and height (from 96×72 to 1920x1080px), audio quality (from 12 to 320kbps), audio and video encoder, sampling rate (from 8000 to 48000Hz), frame rate (from 15 to 30FPS), quality (from 100 to 10000), and channel mode for the output audio and video characteristics. 

If you don’t want to use the advanced options, you can remove them and just choose the width and height, as well as the frame rate.

Configure General Program Settings

You can save the task list in TXT or XML format. You can change the UI language and theme, minimize VideoGet to the tray to make it less intrusive, or ask it to download high-quality YouTube clips automatically (wherever this is applicable).

Moreover, you can remove downloaded videos from the task list on exit, auto start download on link addition and auto shutdown on task completion, apply a proxy configuration for connecting to the Internet, change the converter process priority, the maximum number of videos for simultaneous download and conversion jobs, and modify the default temporary folder. 

All of these parameters can be reset to their default values at any time—download VideoGet for more information.