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Rabu, 14 April 2010

xVideoServiceThief Downloads Video Clips From 76 Websites! [Ubuntu]

xvideothief screenshot

xVideoServiceThief (a.k.a xVST) is a Windows, Linux and Mac OS X tool for downloading your video clips from a lot of video websites.

Sure, there are lots of tools to download videos from YouTube, but how about the rest of video sharing websites? Well, xVideoServiceThief can download video clips from 76 websites (and counting), such as: YouTube, DailyMotion, CollageHumor, Google Video, Metacafe, Myspace, Vimeo, Yahoo Videos, some adult websites and a lot more. A complete list of supported websites can be found HERE.

Ubuntu installation

The latest xVideoServiceThief is available @ GetDeb.net (for Ubuntu Lucid only; for Karmic, an older version is available). If you don't have the GetDeb repository, download THIS .deb file and installing it will add the GetDeb repository.

Then simply run the following command to install the latest xVideoServiceThief:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install xvst

Once installed, you will find xVideoServiceThief under Applications > Sound & Video.

Note: since the Karmic version is older, YouTube downloads won't work since YouTube changed the way it works not so long ago.

For Linux source pakages, Windows and Mac OS X binaries, visit the xVideoServiceThief download page.

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