How to download videos with a smart Keepvid alternative
If you could do without Keepvid, you’re strongly recommended to use a better and more stable way to download web videos. Just try Wondershare AllMyTube (AllMyTube for Mac ), which allows you to download videos from more than 1000 sites. Below is a step-by-step guide.
1 Find and play the web videos you want
Visit your favorite site to search for the videos you want to download. Note that the browser you use must be the selected one during this app’s installation. IE, firefox and chrome are supported by this app. When you find the right one, please play it online. And this program can download videos in batch.
2 Download web videos
There is a floating “Download” icon appearing on the top-right corner of the playing video. Just click it to download the video. Or go to this app’s Downloads interface, and then click the “+Paste URL” Button to paste the video URL for video downloading.
When it’s done, you can find the downloaded videos in this app’s library. Now, you can watch them offline. If you want to enjoy them on the go, you can convert them to any other format or device you want.
3 Convert videos (Optional)
Go to its library to choose the downloaded videos you want to convert, and then click the “Convert” on the bottom-right corner to start video conversion. In the popping-up output format list, you need to select the format you want.
Check the step-by-step guide below:
How to Fix 'Keepvid Not Working' Issues (Only for Mac users)
Usually, you has this problem due to java trouble, for keepvid.com uses Java to fetch video download links. There may be two different situations.
Situation one - Keepvid Not Working
If the java is broken, you need to download and install java and then enable it in your browser. To enable it in various browsers, you can click here to learn the details. Take Safari for example. Go to Preferences > Security > "Enable Java" in Safari.
Situation two - Keepvid Not Working
If java won't allow Keepvid applet to run on your Mac, the solution you can try is to disable "Gatekeeper". Go to System Preferences, click on Security & Privacy, and then choose Anywhere in "Allow applications to be downloaded from:" option. You can learn more and also see a picture of the screen from