Video sharing websites allow you to create playlists where the clips you like are saved for later watching. While playlists do the trick for most, an active Internet connection is required to access them and, therefore, you might think about creating an offline video collection instead. Nevertheless, most websites do not offer a download option so a third-party application is required to grab online video content. Auslogics Video Grabber is here to help you in this matter.

Working with Auslogics Video Grabber could not be easier, especially since the application features auto-paste. In other words, the video URL you copy to the clipboard is automatically detected and it is pasted in the input field.

The main window comprises two separate tabs, one for configuring the download options and the other for viewing the download list. Once you enter the URL of the video to download, you just have to select the desired video quality. By default, Auslogics Video Grabber is configured to choose the best quality available, but you can also choose to download 8K and 4K, QHD and HD videos.

Additional features allow you to convert the downloaded videos to common video formats (such as AVI or 3GP) or to formats that are compatible with specific devices running on Android or iOS. Furthermore, Auslogics Video Grabber can also extract the audio stream of the downloaded video and save it as an MP3 file.

Auslogics Video Grabber also features a built-in scheduler that you can use to configure the downloader to run periodically or at a time that is convenient to you.

With an application such as Auslogics Video Grabber, you can download videos from some of the most popular video sharing websites, such as Dailymotion, Metacafe, Vimeo, YouTube and so on. It is easy to use and comes with an integrated converter to help you quickly obtain videos in the desired format.