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If you ask around in Internet forums or at websites like Yahoo Answers, you will find yourself bombarded with suggestions that leave you none the wiser. You will get everything from specialized websites where you can enter in YouTube links to recommended videos that you can record with the screen capture tool Camtasia. But there just are not many really helpful solutions that can assist you with all of your applications.
YouTube is the mother-of-all websites, but just the tip of the iceberg
Advertisements prompt us to constantly purchase the latest electronic devices for our entertainment purposes. Afterwards, we often find ourselves with a multimedia all-rounder with tons of free, but unused, space. The question then has to be asked, “where can I find the media the advertisements were talking about?”. One thing is certain, none of us earn enough money to use up all the memory in high-end devices by buying music, audiobooks and films that we might enjoy just once during our lifetime,
How many video sites do you know? 10? 30? But certainly not 100!
As mentioned above, the first challenge facing consumers is finding good video sites. Where can you find the best soccer match reports from around the globe? FootyTube! Already know that?! Tunebite delivers the recorded soccer match and tailors the file to meet your cell phone’s exact resolution and performance capacities. Where can you find Spongebob videos? Where can you find the latest season of your favorite TV series as soon as it is available? We have done some research and compiled a list of the best 100 video sites found online.
Video sites, video on demand services and online movie stores – Tunebite records them all!
Other tools can also record videos and films from the top 100 sites. The pack is thinned out though once the files have to be converted into the most used file formats for PCs and portable devices. There are only a few tools in the top of the class that can record films from online movie stores, like Maxdom, Videoload and Videobuster, or are able to resolve copy protection problems with files from Amazon Unbox or Apple iTunes Rentals Video-on-demand. And other than Tunebite, there is not a single piece of software that does it all.
Free software giving away entertainment for free
The Tunebite freeware lets you convert music, podcasts, audiobooks, ringtones, voice recordings and lots of other audio files into the following file formats: MP3, OGG, WMA, WAV, FLAC and WMA Pro. Videos watched on YouTube, Yahoo, Facebook, Myspace, Clipfish and MyVideo are recorded automatically and saved to your hard drive. The Tunebite freeware can also automatically record the audio track from music videos and save it as an MP3 file.
International video portals and online movie stores
Amazon, American Idol, AOL Video, Atom, BET, Blinkx, BlipTV, Blockbuster, Bollywood Hungama, Break, Cartoon Network, CBS, ChannelChooser, CinemaNow, Clevver, College Humor, Comcast, ComedyCentral, DailyMotion, Discovery, Disney, E! Online, Ebaumsworld, eSnips, ESPN, Facebook, Flurl, FootyTube, FOX, FreeDocumentaries, FreeMoviesCinema, FreeTV, Google Video, Guba, HDNet, Hulu, Internet Archive, iTunes Rentals, Jaman, Joost, Jump TV, Justin, KeepVid, LiveLeak, LiveVideo, MeFeedia, Megavideo, Metacafe, MSN, MTV, MySpace, NBC, Netflix, Pandora TV, QuickSilverScreen, Revver, SciFi, Spike, Spill, Stickam, SurfTheChannel, Tagged, Tangle, TeacherTube, TNT, Truveo, Turner Network, TV.com, TwitVid, USAnetwork, Vevo, Vimeo, Yahoo! TV, YourFileHost and YouTube.