April 18, 2006 14 Comments
During the elections, there may be videocasts and podcasts of rallies on several websites. You may not wish to watch an entire hour’s worth of streaming video at your workstation.
Today, I introduce to you KeepVid, a program that allows you to safe the entire video on the harddisk of your computer, so you can watch any videocast anytime, without an internet connection. You can, for example, download the google video of the recent MM Lee forum to your hdd and burn it to CDs for distribution: the possibilities are endless.
KeepVid supports Google Video, Youtube, putfile, Ifilm, and other websites with streaming video.