Download YouTube videos using RipTiger
RipTiger is a must have program for downloading and converting web video. Most of the online video websites store videos in the FLV format. Even when downloaded, your computers can't playback these files by default. RipTiger provides you with ability to convert each downloaded video into one of the popular formats for flawless playback. RipTiger supports AVI, MPEG1, MPEG2, WMV, FLV, MP4, 3GP, MP3 file formats, that will work not only on PC, but also on your iPod Video, iPhone, Zune, PSP, mobile phones or any other portable device. Additionally you can customize video/audio quality, video frame rate, width / height and audio sampling rate.
Which websites does RipTiger support?
Most of the popular streaming and file formats are supported:
- Flash Video (HTTP and RTMP),
- Windows Media (HTTP, MMS and RTSP)
- Real Audio and Real Video (HTTP and RTSP)
- Streaming MP3 (Shoutcast)
No other software can download as many formats as RipTiger does.
With RipTiger's new Flash recording technology, no other software can capture as much as RipTiger does.
Highest Capturing Quality
RipTiger downloads compressed and high definition video from the web, saving its exact high quality copy to your hard drive.
- Turbo Capturing - record video stream with up 10xÂ speed
- Capture videos without commercials
- Automatic Capturing
- Capture at the highest quality
- Capture multiple and many more...
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