How to download YouTube videos on your computer

A couple of months prior Google presented YouTube Go , another application in beta stage where you can youtube for pc download recordings to your versatile. However for clients of work stations the thing isn’t so straightforward , and you need to depend on a portion of the some outsider instruments to download the recordings.

This kind of devices are as a rule of three sorts: site pages, program expansions and installable applications. Today we will show you to utilize an utilization of every one of these three strategies with the goal that nothing keeps you from downloading and expending your most loved recordings disconnected.

Technique one: a program augmentation

The first of the three strategies is to utilize an expansion for your program. Particularly we have picked the prevalent ClipConverter web since it underpins Chrome, Firefox and Safari , being a cross-stage arrangement that you can use from any working framework. Enter the expansions segment of your site , and on the left side tap on the program symbol that you typically utilize.

Every program has its own particular expansions, yet being the most utilized we will stick to Chrome. To begin with you should introduce the Tampermonkey expansion , as it will enable you to utilize your own contents in the program, which is absolutely what ClipConverter has intended for Chrome .. Basically enter the augmentation page and snap Add to Chrome .

Presently, on the site of your Chrome addon, tap on Download clipconverter.user.js . With Tampermonkey instaladom, the expansion will perceive the Javascript contents , and will open a screen educating you about its attributes. You simply need to press Install and Tampermonkey will wrap up.

Starting now and into the foreseeable future, when you enter another YouTube video you will see three new alternatives by the rating secure thumb and down. The choices are to utilize ClipConverter to pick what to download, download the sound of the video in MP3 organize or download the video itself in MP4.

Every one of them will take you to the authority ClipConverter site with the video stacked, just on the off chance that you tap on the MP4 alternative on YouTube you will have everything preconfigured to download the video, and you just need to pick the quality you need to do it. Once the quality is picked, simply tap on Start! furthermore, the web will begin downloading the video.

Strategy two: from a web

In the event that you would prefer not to muddle existence with expansions you likewise have a ton of pages that enable you to download YouTube recordings. Clearly ClipConverter has one, yet as in a roundabout way we have just discussed it, we will search for an option. A decent choice is Peggo , that even intended to download clasps of music from YouTube can likewise with recordings. To begin with, glue the URL of the video you’re taking a gander at in your inquiry bar.

Consequently the web will remember it and will take you to a page where you can download the music cut. Before touching anything, tap on the Record Video catch to go to video download mode. The accompanying is simple, utilize the bar to pick the moment and second from which your video will begin and end. Presently pick your quality (by every alternative will put you the amount it possesses), and squeeze Record MP4 to begin the download.

Strategy 3: jDownloader

jDownloader is a standout amongst the most mainstream coordinate download devices that you can discover, and on the off chance that you have it introduced on your Windows PC , GNU/Linux or macOS will likewise be helpful for downloading recordings from YouTube.

As a matter of course, when you duplicate the URL of a YouTube video when you have dynamic jDownloader, the program will stack it naturally . In any case, on the off chance that you have this sort of load debilitated, go to the tab Capturadores de Enlaces , right snap, and in the choices that are shown click Add Links . In the popup window glue the URL of the video in the empty that there is with the symbol of the amplifying glass, and without touching whatever else tap on Continue .

Of course, when stacking a YouTube video jDownloader will stack the video, sound and cover picture. Yet, the organizer that you have made can be shown with the goal that every single one of these documents show up, and on the off chance that you just need to download the video, tap on it and pick the Add and Start Downloads alternative . Done, jDownloader will download the document to the envelope you have arranged for your downloads.

Weekly Seminar: Paul J. Healy, “Epistemic Experiments: Utility Elicitation and Irrational Play” (Oct 20, 2016)

P.J. HealyWe would like to announce that Paul J. Healy will be giving the next talk in our fall 2016 weekly seminar series, on October 20, 2016. In this talk P.J. will be discussing his paper,“Epistemic Experiments: Utility Elicitation and Irrational Play”.

P.J. Healy’s research combines both theory and experiments. He has written several papers on implementation and mechanism design, as well as work on repeated games, overconfidence, Bayesian updating, and behavioral game theory. His recent work uses extensive elicitation procedures to measure the thought processes behind strategic decision-making. P.J. earned his PhD from Caltech in 2005. He served as an assistant professor in Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business before moving to Ohio State in 2007.

Weekly Seminar: Ragan Petrie, “Kinks in Rationality” (Oct 6th, 2016)

ragan_petrieWe would like to announce that Ragan Petrie will be giving the second of our fall 2016 weekly seminar series talks, on October 6th, 2016. Her talk is entitled,  “Kinks in Rationality.”

Ragan Petrie is an Associate Professor of Economics at Texas A&M  University. Her research interests include experimental economics and applied microeconomics, including charitable giving, bargaining and gender. She has published in the American Economic Review, the Journal of Public Economics and the Journal of Risk and Uncertainty.  Dr. Petrie serves as co-editor of the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization as well as an associate editor of the Southern Economic Journal and the Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics.  She received her Ph.D. in Economics and Agricultural and Applied Economics from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and holds a M.P.A. in Economics and Public Policy from the University of Pittsburgh and a B.A. in French from the University of Illinois.

Fall 2016 Visiting Researcher: Johannes Leutgeb

Johannes LeutgebWe would like to welcome Johannes Leutgeb, who will be a visiting CESS from September to December 2016. While at CESS Johannes will be furthering his research agenda on long-run learning behavior in competitive environments, stability of cooperation and competition for influence.

Johannes Leutgeb is a research fellow at WZB Berlin and PhD candidate in experimental economics. He holds a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Vienna. His research interests are long-run learning behavior in competitive environments, stability of cooperation and competition for influence.

Fall 2016 Visiting Researcher: Rustamdjan Hakimov

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We would like to welcome Rustamdjan Hakimov, who will be visiting CESS from September to December 2016. While at CESS, Rustam is planning to continue his research on experimental comparison of different matching mechanism, and various ways of implementation of the same mechanisms, for instance dynamic versus static versions. Additionally he will conduct research on effects of exogenous beliefs shifts about one’s relative ability on outcomes of centralized labor markets.

Rustamdjan Hakimov is a postdoctoral research fellow at WZB  Social Science Center Berlin. He acquired hi PhD from the Technische Universität Berlin in Summer 2016. His main research interest lays on intersection of behavioral economics and market design, in particular matching markets.

 

Weekly Seminar: Gregory Leo, “Taking Turns” (Sep 22, 2016)

gregoryleoWe would like to announce that Gregory Leo will be giving the first of our fall 2016 weekly seminar series, on September 22, 2016. He will be discussing his paper, “Taking Turns”.

Gregory Leo uses game theory and experimental methods to study economic problems. Two of his main research projects include studying the coordination dilemmas that arise when the effort of a few people can benefit many and how to efficiently match people into teams or groups in various environments. Gregory joined the faculty at Vanderbilt university in 2015 after earning his PhD from the University of California Santa Barbara.

The talk will be held at the NYU Economics department, in room 517. If you have any questions regarding this talk, or any in our series, please email cess@nyu.edu.

Fall 2016 Visiting Researcher: André Schmelzer

André SchmelzerWe would like to welcome André Schmelzer, who will be a visiting CESS from September to December 2016. While visiting us, André will be working on behaviorally informed auction design.

André is a research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods and a PhD candidate at TU Berlin.
He holds a M.Sc. in economics from Humboldt University of Berlin and a B.A. in philosophy and economics from University of Bayreuth.
His research interests lie in the intersection of behavioral economics and market design.

Fall 2016 Visiting Researcher: Emma Heikensten

Emma HeikenstenWe would like to welcome Emma Heikensten, who will be a visiting CESS from August to December. While visiting us, Emma will continue to develop her research on gender differences in advice, strategic interaction and awards.

Emma holds an M.Sc. degree from London School of Economics and Political Science and a B.S. degree from Lund University School of Economics and Management. She is also a doctoral candidate in Economics, a Fellow at the Women and Public Policy Program, at Harvard University and a Fellow at the Center for Experimental Social Science at NYU. Her research interests are in behavioral and experimental economics with a focus on the economics of gender and inequality. More specifically, she concentrates on gender differences in advice seeking, on strategic interaction and on motivational effects of different degrees on publicness of non-monetary awards. She is also a part of several projects on replication and prediction markets, in which Emma has replicated experimental papers in psychology and behavioral economics.

CESS Visitors 2015-Spring 2016

CESS is pleased to welcome the following Professors and Researchers who will be visiting during the 2015-2016 academic year:

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Professor Willemien Kets,
Visiting from MEDS,
Kellogg School of
Management
Professor Jasmina Arifovic,
visiting from Simon
Fraser University
Dr. Andreas Grunewald,
visiting from University
of Bonn
Isabel Marcin,
visiting from Max
Plank Institute
Professor Giovanni Ponti,
Visiting from the University
of Alicante
Assistant Professor Ernesto Reuben,
Visiting from Columbia University
Veronica Rattini,
Visiting from the University of Bologna