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    This should work for WM as well....I was just messing around with this and it actually works. First, go to this website and download the free program Super to your PC: http://www.videohelp.com/tools?tool=SUPER_1

    Next, go to this website: http://javimoya.com/blog/youtube_en.php

    Enter the URL for the Youtube page you're interested in saving it, and save it as the directions say (it will be an flw file). Click the Tutorial on how to save it as other files, use Super to convert it to an AVI file (takes just a few minutes), drag it onto your Media area on Palm Desktop and sync (or load it in using a card reader) and it will play with either the native media player or with TCPMP. I have had to change the frame rate on one out of the ten or so I've converted, but most work without even making any changes in the default settings.
    Last edited by davidra; 02/15/2007 at 02:58 PM.
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    No offense, but that's kinda the long way around... just use firefox & one of the many youtube saving extensions, and save the file with just one click, no cutting, pasting etc required... Then use kinoma play the file as is, no extra conversion necessary... I save youtube & dailymotion vids str8 to my card & I'm out the door...
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    Davidra, you are half way there, but there is an easy one step way to do it.

    Copy the url into you clipboard then paste it into the website below:

    http://vixy.net/

    This website then downloads the flv file direct from youtube and converts it to an avi, or a couple of other formats.

    You then click a link to download it, either direct to your treo if you have a good data plan, or via your pc / mac etc
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    vixy.net does not seem to work for me from within Blazer. I also tried it on a Mac with Firefox, Safari, and IE and none of them worked. I did get it to work from a pc with IE. Has anyone had any luck with a Sprint Treo700p and Blazer?
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    Great....that's even easier.....thanks. The reason I like Super is that I can save the files as mpeg 1 or 2 and burn them to DVD with the authoring program I have.....AVI's won't work....
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    Great find!
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    Quote Originally Posted by R1_Rydah View Post
    No offense, but that's kinda the long way around... just use firefox & one of the many youtube saving extensions, and save the file with just one click, no cutting, pasting etc required... Then use kinoma play the file as is, no extra conversion necessary... I save youtube & dailymotion vids str8 to my card & I'm out the door...
    How do you do this? How do you save with one of the many youtube saving extensions?
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    Another mobile site that lets you save and even search for youtube contents:
    http://mobetube.com/results.php

    This one will do that for Google Video content:
    http://mgvids.com/videosearch.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by xlchamps View Post
    How do you do this? How do you save with one of the many youtube saving extensions?
    you can search for firefox add-ons/extensions here https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/ just search for youtube a bunch will pop up....

    right now the main two I'm using are these two...
    http://mywebpages.comcast.net/r1_rydah/ext2.jpg

    once they are installed all you have to do is go to the youtube video you want to save, and just click on the icons in the lower right hand corner and you can save the files to where ever you want... its a one click solution...

    http://mywebpages.comcast.net/r1_rydah/ext1.jpg

    and if you have kinoma on your treo, you can play the files as is no conversion necessary

    but make sure you browse thru all of the extensions its alot of useful ones out there(not just youtube stuff)... I just formatted my hard-drive so I haven't bothered to reinstall mine yet
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    I use keepvid.com and the super combo. it works with Google, youtube, myspace and many other websites as well--the best i've tried.
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    You can use tinytube to dl and watch videos also...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewAz View Post
    You can use tinytube to dl and watch videos also...
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    seems like vixy is down as well.
    for days been getting the youtube error message.
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    My best advice to get it on your Treo is to use Vixy as mentioned above.
    However, if Vixy.net is unstable (or unreasonable slow), you can also rip youtube with this online tool, and then convert the FLV file after you have downloaded it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jussikari View Post
    My best advice to get it on your Treo is to use Vixy as mentioned above.
    However, if Vixy.net is unstable (or unreasonable slow), you can also rip youtube with this online tool, and then convert the FLV file after you have downloaded it.
    Vixy isn't working in Blazer for me either. Page loads, but clicking on "start" does nothing. Browser doesn't like something in the scripting in the page.
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