I am writing this while I am using a very nice Programm to download content from YouTube and I want to share this experience with you. It is the Clipconverter and it works very good. It exists as Desktop Application here to download:
And as add-on to Firefox:
Just install and open your favoured Video in YouTube and download it on your Computer.
Under the Video you will see the name Clipconverter and on the right the words MP3, M4A, MP4 just click on them than click start and in the end click download. Thats it.
The big question is – Is that legal ?
Such third-party apps will continue to pop up on the web, and people will continue to use them to make available offline their favourite YouTube videos. Google might not be aware that you’re using them to download content from YouTube, and even if it did any threats of banning you from the service are all but impossible to uphold. You don’t need to be signed into your Google account to access YouTube. It’s up to you to decide whether the practice of downloading video content from YouTube is morally correct.
We won’t go into depth over the ins and outs of online piracy here, suffice to say that in order to stay on the right side of the law, any content you do download from the web, for which you do not own the copyright, must be for your personal use only. You must not distribute or financially benefit from that content. It must also come with the express permission of the copyright owner.
Read more: http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/how-to/internet/3420353/is-it-legal-download-youtube-videos/#ixzz31vxVYGPw
Say to me thank you Wily