Freemake Video Downloader 3.4.0 extends YouTube support to playlists, channels and favourites

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Freemake Video Downloader 3.4.0 extends YouTube support to playlists, channels and favourites

Ellora Assets Corporation has released Freemake Video Downloader 3.4.0, a brand new version of its freeware video download and conversion tool.

Freemake Video Downloader 3.4.0 works with major sites including YouTube, Facebook and Vimeo.

The new release allows users to download entire collections, playlists and favourites from YouTube, and supports the stripping out of music in MP3 format for sending directly to users mobile devices.

The new feature comes into play when users paste the URL for a playlist, channel or favourites into Freemake Video Downloader. A new window appears with all the listed videos featured. From here users can selectively pick which videos to download, choose the download quality and opt whether or not to convert the downloaded files.

If the “Convert to” option is selected, Freemake Video Downloader provides a choice of video, audio and direct-to-mobile options, allowing users to download music video and transfer the audio track as a MP3 file directly to Apple mobile devices as well as iTunes. Alternatively, users can pick a download folder to save the playlist’s contents to.

The update is rounded off with improvements to stability and a number of minor, unspecified bug fixes. Freemake Video Downloader 3.4.0 is available as a freeware download for PCs running Windows XP or later. The .NET Framework 4.0 Client Profile is required – and included in the software download.

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