Are you trying to access a YouTube video to show in class, but can’t break through the firewall between you and it? KickYouTube lets you download whatever YouTube video you want to your home computer so you can load it on a thumb drive and bring it to school.

The operation is really easy.  Let’s say you wanted to download a video from Doctor Doctor. Find the video on YouTube, then go to the URL in your address bar:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2k40Hw3GI0&feature=PlayList&p=67D3397845507638&index=1

Next, simply type the word “kick” immediately before “youtube.com” in the URL, like so:

http://www.kickyoutube.com/watch/?v=j2k40Hw3GI0&feature=PlayList&p=67D3397845507638&index=1

KickYouTube will bring up a toolbar that will let you download the video in a variety of formats. Save it to your hard drive or thumb drive, and it’s yours to use as you see fit. With KickYouTube and a little planning in advance, you’ll never have to worry about not being able to view a video for class again. -BILL FERRIS

KickYouTube Lets You Download Videos Without Extra Software or Hassle via Lifehacker

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