How to Convert Offline Downloaded YouTube Videos into mp4

  1. First of all, take a copy as a URL of any of your desired YouTube videos.
  2. Then, launch the VLC player.
  3. After that, choose the “Media” option there.
  4. Now, hit the option “Open capture Device.”
  5. After that, tap on “Network.”
  6. Go to the Network URL box and then paste the copied URL there. Your video will show in VLC.
  7. Next, hit the “Tools” option located inside the available menu option.
  8. After that, go to the “Codec information.”
  9. Then, save the particular contents of your location box and then go to a new web browser search tab. Then paste the URL there.
  10. Now, your video will appear in a different format in the particular browser.
  11. Then, tap the right click on your particular video with your mouse and hit the “Save As” option.
  12. Finally, tap on “MP4” to download your desired file to your system.
  1. First of all, you have to paste the video’s URL to the search box. It is located at the uppermost portion of the application.
  2. Then, wait for a while to populate your URL.
  3. Wait for the Download tab to appear active.
  4. Then hit the tab to download. It takes time depends on your internet connection and the size of your downloading file.
  1. First of all, go to “Savefrom.net.”
  2. Then, hit the URL box and paste your video link in it.
  3. After that, tap the blue tab.
  4. Hit the option “Download Video in Browser” by navigating the following page and choose your video quality there.
  5. Now, tap the Download tab to commence the downloading process. It appears green.
  • Converting YouTube videos to MP4.
  • Adding and saving a URL.
  • Downloading batch files.
  1. First of all, tap the URL bar.
  2. Then, add your desired video URL to it at the central part.
  3. Now, hit the formatting options.
  4. After that, tap on the “Continue” button.
  5. Then, confirm your desired video quality.
  6. After that, tap on the “Start” tab.
  7. Now, the download will start.
  8. Wait for a while for the download process to finish.

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Ellen Cooper

Ellen Cooper

IT expert having deep knowledge about PC antivirus products. Mainly researching and writing blogs.