ATube Catcher is a program that lets you download videos from YouTubeto your PC, and convert them to other formats common format FLV with those videos, so you can display the most common players such as Windows Media Player, iTunes or similar. You can also record to DVD / VCD videos and watch them on TV with any DVD player.
Besides YouTube can be downloaded from MySpace, DailyMotion, Stage6 Ustream or among others, and elsewhere to save their videos in FLV format.The new tool allows download faster Turbo.
The downloaded videos can be exported to mobile devices such as phones,IPOD or PSP .
The formats that can be converted are: AVI, 3GP, 3G2, XVID, MP4, MP3, MP2, WMA, WMV, GIF, PSP, MPG, VOB, OGG, FLAC, WAV, and MOV
You can easily set the download by setting some parameters like resolution, level of quality, codecs that will be used to convert format, and other settings.It has a tool (Crop Tool) to trim the videos, having set the beginning and end.
This new version supports RTMP (Real Time Streaming Protocol), which allows a Tube Catcher download videos from sites such as MTV, VH1, CBS, BBC, NBC and CNN among others.
The previous version was already showing some improvements, including the ability to make up to 5 simultaneous downloads , and two new features: IE Cache Media Browser (accessed videos that were in the cache in Internet Explorer) and Video Packet Capture, while this aTube latest lets join videos ,burn DVDs , extract ( rip ) music videos, in addition to achieving an improvement in performance, which makes this the most significant upgrade to date.
It also provides a tool called StreamCatcher to capture flash video format and MP3 audio from any site. It also allows video capture and pass everything that happens on the screen, for example, to capture webcam sessions on Messenger and other applications, both image and audio.
aTube Catcher 2.9 (09/02/1328) is the latest version, updated in September 2012, this recommended software is completely free , Works with the following versions of Windows: 9X, NT, 2000, XP, Vista and 7.
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