Downloading Videos FREE!
So where do you find thousands of videos you can download for free? My favorite place to go is YouTube.com. With literally millions of videos posted, you’re bound to find some media that’s relevant to your message. And one great thing about YouTube is that you can search topically (just like ignitermedia.com).
I’ve traveled and spoken at more than 500 different churches in North America and almost all of them had a projector and a computer that can play multimedia. Many churches have technology that can play YouTube videos straight from the website onto the projector.
If your church (or a church you visit) doesn’t happen to have that technology, than you can download the videos. There are many programs that do this, but my favorite is iSkysoft iMedia Converter Deluxe.
iSkysoft iMedia Converter Deluxe helps convert any video, audio and even DVD file to various formats like MP4, MOV, M4V, AVI, FLV, etc. In addition, it will continue to add new supported formats after the release of new versions! And you always get free updates of this video converter deluxe.
This program is so user friendly that as you browse any YouTube video, it places a download box by it. If you find a video you want to download, you simply click the download button and it instantly downloads. It’s that simple. It will also allow you to edit video lengths and much more.
You can download a Mac or Windows trial version of this program for free at the links below:
The trial version of the program will allow you to download any YouTube video for FREE, but limits many of the other features. I use this program so much, that I recommend buying it. iSkysoft iMedia Converter Deluxe — seriously — set me free from all of my media conversion limitations! The current cost for this program is $49.95. (If you’d like to purchase this program, you can do so by clicking the one of the links above.)
Happy video hunting and let me know how iSkysoft iMedia Converter Deluxe works for you!
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