Today, I’ll show you how I got a private Vimeo movie in under 10 seconds.
And I did it without the use of any tools (software, Chrome extension, or a video downloader)
In this video, I’ll walk you through the full downloading procedure that I utilized…
Directly to the instructions or video tutorial
As a student, I am required to attend several online lectures, and the strange thing about these videos is that they expire as soon as the lecture is completed.
So rewriting the notes used to be difficult for me because I usually required clarity on some critical issues.
The first thing I attempted was to record the screen, but it was a time-consuming task, and my phone battery would run out after recording three lectures in a day.
In addition, I didn’t want to download those spammy video downloaders because they collect personal information.
Screen recording is another viable solution, but here’s what I discovered: When I used a screen recorder to record the movie in 1080p, the file size was 2.52 GB, however when I downloaded the same video in 1080p, the file size was only 990 MB. As a result, downloading the video is always the preferable alternative.
So one lovely morning, I resolved to address this issue (my friends were also facing the same problem). I accepted the challenge, and after 3 hours of digging into the source code, I discovered a completely functional mechanism to download the movies!
Disclaimer: Always seek permission from your professor before downloading videos.
The answer was actually rather simple: simply copy the video URL from the appropriate file and put it into your browser to save the movie. You may also choose the video’s quality before downloading it.
You may also use the same techniques to download a password-protected Vimeo video.
The processes are simple, and you only need a browser to download Vimeo films. Make sure you also follow the video tutorial.