Wednesday, February 2, 2011

RTMP

List of RTMP - Download Managers

This page shows the RTMP Download Managers that means the Download Managers that

FlashGet


FlashGet (formerly JetCar, from the literal translation of a Chinese phrase) is a freeware download manager for Microsoft Windows. It was originally available in either paid or advert-supported versions, the latter of which included an Internet Explorer Browser Helper Object. .
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Freemake Video Downloader


Freemake Video Downloader is a freeware download manager developed by Freemake.com. The program is used to download embedded videos in FLV, MP4, or 3GP formats from such sites as YouTube, Facebook, MTV, ComedyCentral, Vevo, Dailymotion, Vimeo, Veoh, Megavideo and Metacafe. The software gives a list of all video qualities available for downloading, and is able to convert Web videos to AVI, Matroska, MP3, iPod, iPhone, Play Station, Android mobile devices.
Freemake Video Downloader can rip online videos from popular video portals such as YouTube, Facebook, Google Video, MTV, ComedyCentral, Hulu, Vevo, MTV Music, Dailymotion, Vimeo, Veoh, Break, Stupidvideos, Liveleak, Photobucket, MyVideo.de and Nicovideo.jp. The software gives a list of all video qualities available for downloading, and is capable of downloading videos at 4096p, 1080p, 720p, 480p, 360p, or 240p resolution. The downloader can also perform video encoding of Web videos, converting them into AVI video format, or even extracting the audio into an MP3 file;[5] however, conversion into other file formats and with more options requires the use of the sister application, Freemake Video Converter. The program also supports downloading private videos for which proper account credentials are needed, such as private videos on Facebook. It also supports using proxy servers .
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Free Download Manager


Free Download Manager (FDM) is a free open source graphical download manager for the Microsoft Windows operating system. FDM was previously proprietary software, but with the release of version 2.5 it has been open source. Starting with version 3.0.850 (15 April 2010), source code is no longer provided as a packaged download, but is available in the projects Subversion repository. Free Download Manager received a 2007 Webuser Gold Award.
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