5KPlayer is an intuitive free media player integrating with an online YouTube video download for any Mac users, with feature to recognize video URLs quickly and easily. It can dwnload any youtube videos on mac for free with full support of any resolution in 720p, 1080p, 4k, 5k and even 8K, and make video download, e.g. from YouTube, in a fraction of seconds.
You just need to copy page URL, or right click on the video to select "Copy video address", then paste the URL into the search box of Distill Video (http://distillvideo.com) and press “Start” button. After waiting 2-3 seconds, the video section showed, choose your preferred format and right click the "Download" button, then click "Save link as..." to download the video or audio into your computer or phone.
Step 1. Click the button below to download the YouTube Channel Downloader and follow the on-screen prompts to install it on your computer. After the installation process, run the program. This will be followed by a pop-up window that asks you to enter the registration code. If you have one, click on the “Register” option and enter your code along with your email. If you don’t have a code, you can either click on “Buy Now” to get a 20-digit registration code or close this window to choose the free trial option automatically.
The same as above. You just need to copy the URL, then paste the URL into the search box of Distill Video (http://distillvideo.com) and press “Start” button. After waiting almost 1-2 seconds, the video section showed, choose your preferred format and right click the "Download" button, then click "Save link as..." to download the video or audio into your computer or phone. So you also can call it "Reddit Video Downloader".
There are workarounds. One is using a free iOS file manager app like Documents by Readdle. Use the Safari browser to visit a YouTube video, and use the Share option to find Copy Link. Then go back to Documents, and use the built-in browser in the app to surf to a video download helper site like SaveFrom.net. Paste the link into the form (hold your finger down on it until you get "Paste" menu to pop up). The site will give you the links to download, and you can save the file to Documents. Hold down and drag the file up, until you're back on the main screen, then drag it to the Photos folder. You'll need to give Documents permission to access Photos the first time. You can then access the video like you would any video taken on the phone or tablet—in the Photos app.