Using Video DownloadHelper on Mac OS X Leopard
The latest version of Video DownloadHelper for Mac OS X Leopard provides several advanced features that make the application highly useful for both Mac users and PC users. One of the great new features of this download manager is the built in browser. FireFox has taken over the previous Windows browser, but with Firefox becomes more popular, many people are switching to Mac OS X Leopard as their preferred web browser. FireFox 3.5 is what you need if you want to download video from sites like YouTube. Simply click on the "extensions" tab in the main menu of the application, and choose from a list of latest releases of the most popular video sharing applications like Camstudio and Vimeo. The built in browser makes it very easy to browse through your favorite video sites.
With the help of Video DownloadHelper you can easily convert video clips to a variety of formats including AVI, MPG, WMA, JPEG, WMV, MP3 and more. Even those with little or no experience with computer applications can use downloadhelper easily as it's very user friendly. It takes just a few minutes to install and gives you an efficient way to download videos, music, pictures and other files to your Mac OS X Leopard computer. The best thing about it is that it has an automatic linker which will allow you to add files to your existing iTunes library. To sum things up, Video DownloadHelper makes it very easy for you to use different types of media files, whether they're for Mac OS X Leopard or any other operating system, and with very little effort.