The Internet Archive™ music and video downloader software Oceans XStream
Learn how to record videos and music from the Internet Archive™

Learn how to record videos and music from the Internet Archive™

Tutorial for downloading and converting videos and music from Archive.org with Oceans XStream

Downloading videos from Internet Archive™ is a cinch with Oceans XStream. Oceans XStream automatically recognizes any video that your browser plays on Internet Archive™, downloads it at the highest possible speed and then correctly names the videos afterwards.

Oceans XStream can pick up and identify the videos that are being played by analyzing the data coming from your browser. It is a simple and effortless download process.  So much so that you can start watching a video online and have it on your computer right away.

How to download Internet Archive™ videos
 
Close all browser windows and start Oceans XStream.
Switch to the ”Save Video” view located in the “Streaming” section.
Click “Video Recording” if it is not already activated.
Select the profile with the desired file format from “Convert”.
Open Archive.org in your browser.
Play the desired video on Internet Archive™.
*Click the rectangular “Recording” button which appears in the browser on top of the video and choose the “Download” or “Record” option from the drop down menu. (If you are only given the “Record” option, click on it at the exact time you want the recording to begin, otherwise the part of the video that was being played before will not be recorded)
The video will now be downloaded and converted. The progress will be displayed next to it in the “Save Video” view.
After the recording is complete, the video will show up in the Oceans XStream player on the right side of your screen.
You can now play the video with Oceans XStream or drag and drop it into another application or Windows Explorer to export it.

*In some cases, the drop down menu will reveal several recording options. If that situation occurs and you do not recognize your video, you can take a look at each of the video files displayed in the drop down menu by going back to Oceans XStream and clicking the “Play” button located at the top of the recording list in the “Save Video” view. Once you detect your video, you can choose to either download or record it.

Note: If you do not want to save all the videos manually, you can always use the “Save automatically” feature located in the lower left part of the screen. This way, all the videos that are being played in your browser will be recorded and saved automatically on the computer.

Internet Archive™

About Archive.org

The Internet Archive™ is a non-profit that was founded to build an Internet library. Its purposes include offering permanent access for researchers, historians, scholars, people with disabilities, and the general public to historical collections that exist in digital format. Founded in 1996 and located in San Francisco, the Archive™ has been receiving data donations from Alexa Internet and others. In late 1999, the organization started to grow to include more well-rounded collections. Now the Internet Archive™ includes texts, audio, moving images, and software as well as archived web pages in our collections, and is working to provide specialized services relating to training, education, or adaptive reading or information access needs of blind or other persons with disabilities. Internet Archive™

Please note

Videos from Archive.org are copyrighted. Any redistribution of them without the consent of the copyright owners may be a violation of the law in most countries, including the USA. DVD neXt COPY Inc. is not affiliated with Archive.org, nor the company that owns the trademark rights to Archive.org. This page is provided for compatibility purposes only, and in no case should be considered an endorsement of Oceans XStream Software products by any associated 3rd party.