How do I take movies off the net and put them in things like windows movie maker
This is a crucial part of my blog and requires assistance ASAP
youtube downloader for example, and then convert it with converter
Firstly if you are not aware, a short warning: There are risks in downloading movies from the net. You are in danger of your computer being infected with viruses. You may also, in certain countries be in violation of copyright laws and the penalties are very harsh. Having said that I have, likeTheOneWhoKnows, used YoutubeDownloader and found it OK. If you have a look at a sites like 'Snapfiles' you will find quite a few 'free' or 'trial' versions of downloaders.
IF I used youtube downloader with a fire wall would I still be in danger and what is a converter
You can also get a number of plugins for Firefox which will allow you to download videos on the fly - They will be saved as flash video (,FLV) and so you will need to get a freeware video converter to convert it to either .AVI or WMV in order for Windows Movie Maker to accept it.
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