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    You Tube Question

    I have been watching some of the clips on wood finishing and other related wood projects. Does anyone know of a way to save these clips to my hard drive? My connection is not that good and I could view them better from the hard drive.

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    There are plugins available for firefox that allow you to download a video you are watching. Fastvideodownload is a good one. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3590
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    I have RealPlayer installed on my computer and when you move your mouse pointer over the video a box pops up to save the video to your computer.
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    I've downloaded and used save2pc....but it's a bit finicky (and slow) with dial-up
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    If you are using Firefox, Lifehacker recommends the "1 Click YouTube Video Downloader" plug-in...

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