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VidiCable lets you record and download your favorite videos from Twitter, Vimeo, YouTube, TikTok, Dailymotion, Twitch.tv, Netflix, Amazon, Disney+, Hulu with no effort.
Free Record Videos from Many Sites
VidiCable is a stable, high-quality, free of charge videos recorder that can help you record and save your favorite movies, shows, or more from Twitter, Vimeo, YouTube, TikTok, Dailymotion, Twitch.tv on computers. By using this tool, you can easily watch video offline on any devices and share them with your friend or family. There are no recording time limitations, watermarks, or ads.
Upgrade to Get Advanced Record Options
Choose the optional upgrade and you’ll also get a powerful streaming video recorder that can help you download shows and movies from the most popular video streaming sites including Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, Hulu on Windows and Mac computers. You’ll get rid of the device limits, time limits, and commercials of those sites and take those streaming videos with you on any device for watching anytime.
High-Quality Video & MP4/MKV Output
VidiCable supports downloading videos in HD quality. But based on the characteristic of different platforms, the video quality options that VidiCable can offer are different. When you record YouTube videos, the maximum quality is 8K. For other sites, the video quality in general is up to 1080P. Plus, all the videos will be saved in MP4 or MKV format, so that you can transfer them to other devices and watch them anytime.
Support keeping multilingual audio tracks and subtitls.
Search for videos by using keywords or the video link from the streaming site.
Download and record streaming videos with great speed.
Transfer recordings to your iPhone, Android phones, tablets, PS4, etc.
No more frustrations with slow or no internet. Watch videos offline freely.
– Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (32bit/64bit both)
Run & Enjoy, No activation required / Instruction is Included in the folder!
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