It doesn't always have to be able to download your favorite videos from popular video sites - not all software).sharing websites such as Dailymotion, MySpace, Facebook, Grooveshark, and YouTube straight to the hard drive of your PC due to the nature of these websites. This is where NetVideoHunter (for Windows) comes in. An extension that is available as part of Firefox that allows one to automatically detect videos on a webpage, view how many videos appear there on the right of the page's top-right corner, determine whether the video needs to be played through an in- or out-line view.Play them on your computer by using the FLV format built in.
To open NetVideoHunter (for Windows), simply click the blue icon on the toolbar and select all the videos you want to download.
You can download it easily through the NetVideoHunter (for Windows) application.
Note, however, that it saves videos as FLV files only and does not come with a conversion tool. While this might seem discouraging to some, there are hundreds of free apps available that facilitate FLV video conversions, which are totally compatible with web browsers. You can find more than enough free apps by searching for this phrase simply on Google.
There is also the option of disabling NetVideoHunter (for Windows) on all websites. YouTube users can also select the quality of videos they want to download (this is available only to YouTube users).