Gene Howe wrote:
The WIFI signal in my shop is pretty sketchy so, watching an instructional video out there can be a frustrating experience. I needed a way to grab a video from my PC in the house and take it to the shop. I'm sure there are work arounds for accomplishing this but, not being tech savvy, I needed something really simple. This little program fills the bill. The instructions for using it are very easy to understand. I just grabbed the video needed and stuck it on one of those USB thingies to take to lap top in the shop. It works great.
If you need something like this, take a look at Clipgrab.https://clipgrab.org/faqs/howto-download-youtube-video
There are lots of ways to download YT videos. Some of the easiest to use are simply addons to the browser:
Just do a google search for "Browser addon for youtube download" and you will get a lot of suggestions.
Just thought I would add my .02
1965 Mark VII S/N 407684
1951 10 ER S/N ER 44570 -- Reborn 9/16/14
1950 10 ER S/N ER 33479 Reborn July 2016
1950 10 ER S/N ER 39671
1951 !0 ER #3 in rebuild
500, Jointer, Bsaw, Bsander, Planer
2014 Mark 7 W/Lift assist - 14 4" Jointer - DC3300
And a plethora of small stuff .....
"The trouble with quotes on the Internet is that you can never know if they are genuine." - Benjamin Franklin