How to Save Video From Facebook

How To Save Video From Facebook: Great deals of individuals are posting video clips on Facebook nowadays. Videos have a tendency to catch a little bit more interest than a fixed picture, as well as a GREAT DEAL more interest than a straightforward text post. What happens if you want to download and install someone's video from Facebook as well as save it to your computer? In the past it was not extremely simple to do that, today there's a really easy method.

How To Save Video From Facebook.

I've been downloading Facebook video clips for a long period of time. Actually, that's how I finished up with a video going viral a couple of years ago (seriously viral-- means over 50 million sights), which netted me over 14,000 followers on my Facebook account page. That may be a great study story for a future post (if it's of interest, email me and allow me know).

Yet back after that, downloading a video from Facebook to your computer was made complex. You needed to obtain the real URL for the video, then transform the URL to make sure that it displayed the "mobile" sight, then save the video clip to your computer. Not really user-friendly.

Now you could obtain a video clip from Facebook far more conveniently, simply using a Chrome extension called "Facebook Video Downloader-- Save FB Video Clip". At the very least that's exactly what I think it's called (much more on that in a min).

Right here's just how you do it. Utilizing the Chrome browser, most likely to this web site:

Up in the top right corner of the web page, click to include the Chrome extension:

After that you'll see a little pop-up home window to validate, and you'll click on the "Include extension" button.

Now if you search for in the top right corner, you have a new symbol on your Chrome toolbar. It's a blue circle:.

What perplexes me a little is that the makers of the expansion appear like they couldn't actually choose what to call it. In the Chrome store, it's called Facebook Video Downloader-- Conserve FB Video. On the internet site, the title at the top of the page claims Online Facebook Video clip Downloader. And also if you simply mouse-over that brand-new symbol on the Chrome toolbar, you'll see Social Video clip Downloader. I guess they just aren't sure concerning the idea of regular branding.

Anyway, currently you prepare to download and install a video clip from Facebook. When you see a video clip on a buddy's web page, nothing will look various-- until you relocate your computer mouse over the video clip. When you do that, you'll see a little "Download and install" button in the top right edge:.

When you click that switch, you'll be reclaimed to the internet site where you obtained the expansion, and you'll see the name of the video. And just to the right of that, you'll see a big green switch that states "Download and install video in SD":

So you just click that to download and install the video clip to your computer. NOTE: if you're not making use of an ad blocker (as well as why on the planet wouldn't you be making use of an ad blocker??), be extremely mindful because there will be ads that have a large green "Download" switch. These are created to fool you into clicking on that advertisement, instead compared to the actual Download button for the video.

Just like all downloads in Chrome, it will certainly show up in the lower left corner of the web browser home window. You could open it there, or open the folder where it's kept as well as relocate to where you want it.

This specific extension does not have a variation for Firefox (at the very least not that I can see). I'm pretty sure there is a comparable expansion for Firefox that would certainly download and install video clips though. There are others that work in Chrome also, however this set functions great as well as is rather very easy to make use of so this is the one I'm sticking with (up until it quits working anyhow).