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It appears that new changes to the YouTube website have broken our popular YouGrab 4 video downloader, and its predecessor, YouGrab 3. This includes Windows, Mac OS X and Linux versions, plus the latest version built into our new UserOS Home Server 11.04 operating system.
Trying to download any video will result in an “OutofBoundsException” error, causing YouGrab 4 to crash.
At this stage, given the coding workload, it is unlikely that we will continue offering updates for YouGrab 3. We will endeavour to get updates out for YouGrab 4 as More >
Called Video Editor, it allows you to join video clips together to create megaclips as well as trim those clips into smaller sections that you then join together.
YouTube originally had an attempt at this back in 2007 called Remixer. According to Google’s blog, it was based on Adobe Premiere Express but it was, in its words, “slow and buggy”, despite offering transitions and captions.
The new service More >
In its daily blog, Billy Biggs, software engineer at YouTube announced the plan to begin reencoding all previously uploaded 1080p content back into 1080p and offer it as downloads on the YouTube site.
YouTube is calling all owners with 1080p cameras to get uploading. The only problem is that most cameras available are actually only 1080i cameras, meaning the video More >
If you’ve been trying to use PC User’s YouGrab video downloader (or any download manager) on YouTube in the last few days and wondering why it’s not working, Google has made changes to the way YouTube works and the changes have blocked the processes used to enable YouTube video downloading.
So in short, until someone finds a way around it, you won’t be able to download YouTube videos any more.
The most common of the previous methods available that worked was to copy the video_id information from the YouTube webpage source More >