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Friday, September 7, 2012


In one of my posts, I talked about how to solve IDM(Internet Download Manager :D ) video playback problem using an extension but that was restricted to Chrome browser. One of our readers asked the solution for Mozilla Firefox so in this post we are covering that problem.

So Here we go. We’ll do that job by installing a userscript userscript (don’t bother about that term ;-) we’re here for that) into Firefox. Just follow the given steps and you can see your problem packing its bags and leaving away. ;-)

To Start with, firstly Install GreaseMonkey (a Firefox add-on). You can find it here. After installing it, You need to restart your browser.

Now next task is to install the userscript. So follow this link and click the button “Install ”on top-right side of page as shown in image below.


When you’ll click on that, it triggers Greasemonkey to pop up the script installation panel. Greasemonkey shows you a list of what sites the script will run on and ask if you want to install the script.


Now it’ll be installed and all your work in done now.

To save a video to your computer…



…click the Download button. A list of available downloads is displayed, sorted from best to worst quality. To save one, simply click on it or right-click and choose Save Link As.... Most computers can play the MP4 format files on the list, but formats like WebM and FLV are also provided for advanced users.

Now just go to Youtube . Watch and save whatever you ever wanted by your Firefox and IDM.
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4 comments:

Unknown said...

can you re-upload the script in other website? It seems userscript.org is down.

Alex Gold said...

Thanks for also providing the solution. So often we just hear about the constraints! Youtube Support

iLapDesk said...

Better software and mostly used by younger generation to download videos. I recommend using Chrome plug-ins as well.

Buy Contact Lenses said...

Amazing blog and very interesting stuff you got here! I definitely learned a lot from reading through some of your earlier posts as well and decided to drop a comment on this one!

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