One of the most popular forms of entertainment are internet videos. Regardless of what kind of videos you’re looking for, you can most likely find them on the internet, and there are people that spend a good couple of hours per day searching and watching videos. There are even specialized websites you might have heard of if you also find yourself browsing the internet for videos a lot. However, the challenging part is sitting down and having a good video watching session, especially if you’re pressed for time. That’s when the alternative kicks in. You can always download videos and watch them later, meaning that you don’t have to miss out on any of the fun just because you have a job or a family to take care of.
However, download videos off the internet can sometimes be tricky due to the way they are uploaded or even embedded on a specific site. You don’t have to worry about that now, as a solution is available in the form of video downloaders that let you download and archive all your desired videos so that they may be enjoyed later. The RealPlayer app for example lets you download video content from all of the popular video websites, and next, we’re going to check out a few of those websites.
YouTube is one of the most popular video website in the world, the view count for each day reaching astronomical numbers, billions to be more precise. The colossal number of views that YouTube manages to pull in each single day is also thanks to the equally astounding number of videos available on YouTube, and how much time it takes to watch them all. The video collection on the site literally lasts a lifetime.
Just like YouTube, Dailymotion attracts through its simplistic design and the efficiency this design brings. Dailymotion offers a family experience with videos in an array of family-friendly categories. Registered users are able to upload and download without some restrictions implemented for free users, but registering is not mandatory.
Vimeo offers content specially attuned for mobile devices, and you can download very high quality videos that stand out through the high quality in which they were shot. Vimeo offers a bigger viewing space as well as a bigger resolution.
IMDB is well known for the knowledge support it offers in regards to the cinematic industry, as people can use IMDB to find out more about movies, directors, actors and casts, but also film scores and soundtracks among others. IMDB has greatly evolved over the years and now offers a lot of video content as well, from a variety of trailers for both new and old movies, to movie clips and full episodes from various series.
Metacafe offers less videos than other services, but focuses on providing a great experience through impressive organizing and video-to-video relation. What that means is that each video comes with its own related content that Metacafe carefully places at your fingertips, such as interviews with people involved in the movie that the clip you just watched is from.