The trade-off is less flexibility as far as quality and downloading options go, but it’ll get the job done.Just copy the URL of an online video and paste it into Video Grabby. Next time I go, Im going to try and stay at this hotel, Relais Fontana di Trevi, the cam is near their rooftop patio. Thanks Kikiyes I'm here in Rome and was looking to purchase a tree, but as you quite rightly pointed out there are no public trees being displayed at this time. OBTW I've managed to get a tree now from a friendly nursery just outside of the city.6dec17--For sure , one of the 'live cams' near The Spanish Steps has a public Holiday tree illuminated during evenings, I recalled seeing two, but one 'live cam' was repositioned. If you meant you need a tree and are in Rome, a quick search online, there are a bunch of nurseries in the city with christmas tree's for sale. It was only once and for just 6 days but it captured my imagination. In watching these cams, what Ive noticed but I could be wrong, Italy appears to be close-ish to traditional dates for that in public spaces.Freemake Video Downloader is one of the most popular video downloading tools out there.It’s completely free, easy to use, and relatively flexible as far as quality and format options are concerned.
It’s even simpler to use than the above-mentioned Video Grabby, but the downside (if you can even call it one) is that you have to install it on your browser, which could slow down browser performance.As soon as you do, two buttons show up: Record Video and Record Audio.The video option downloads as MP4 while the audio option downloads as MP3. )The quality isn’t superb but it’s certainly passable.If you scroll down to the bottom of the site, you can click HQ to switch to high-quality downloads, but I wasn’t able to get it working as of writing this.Supported sites: Dailymotion, Facebook, Instagram, Lynda, Twitter, Udemy, Vimeo, You Tube, and hundreds of other sites.