How do I use All Video Downloader for PC Windows 10?

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I'm trying to get a handle on using an All Video Downloader on my PC, but I'm not quite sure where to start. I've downloaded a few apps that claim to do the job, but I'm struggling with the setup and how to actually use them effectively. Can anyone share their experiences or provide a step-by-step guide on how to use these types of programs? Specifically, I'm looking to download videos from various platforms and would appreciate any advice on making the process smooth and efficient. 

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I've had a frustrating experience with an All Video Downloader software too!  The app was super clunky and kept crashing every few minutes. I thought it might be an issue with my PC, so I restarted it, but nope, the problem persisted. Then, when I finally got it to run smoothly, I pasted the links, and it took ages just to fetch the video details. 


After selecting the download quality—which wasn’t straightforward because the UI was so confusing—the downloads started... and so did the endless buffering. It was painfully slow, and some videos wouldn't even complete downloading. They'd just stop at 90% and hang there indefinitely.


PS: Sincerely After all that frustration, I gave up and looked for another app. That's when I found AllClipDown, and it’s been smooth sailing ever since.



I recently tried using All-Video Downloader software on my Win 11, hoping it would be a seamless solution for downloading videos from various online platforms. Unfortunately, my experience has been far from satisfactory. I found that it failed to download videos from several less popular sites and occasionally even from mainstream platforms. The format conversion feature is outdated, with limited format options and poor output quality.

I cannot recommend this software in its current state, especially when there are more reliable alternatives available on the market. If you're seeking alternatives to the problematic All-Video Downloader, here are several other tools you can consider for downloading videos from various online platforms.

1. AllClipDown
2. YTD Video Downloader
3. ClipGrab
My suggestion is that don't try any online video converter. The primary reason is for security concern and your computer could be infected with virus or malware very easily. Please go and with all video downloader on a PC that supports many web sites. In fact, there are a few amazing alternatives to All Video Downloader software.

@Costanza2225 Do you mean this app? 


All Video Downloader - V - Apps on Google Play


It is a popular all video downloader for Android device and has 100M+ downloads from Play Store. You can use install this video downloader on Android and copy the videos to PC after download via USB cable. However, this is not user friendly and takes too much time if the video size is big.


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I have never used All Video Downloader, but I have used Freemake Videos dowmloader to download videos from various platforms. It works very well, without any difficulty. The reason I use it is that whenever a video is downloaded by Freemake video downloader, they are of very high quality.
When it comes to All Video Downloader for PC not working, I do not recommend using any online method, the advantage of online software is that there is no need to download and install any other software, but the most deadly point is that it is like a hidden bomb, it is easy to peek at other data on the device, and it can also implant some kind of virus.
AllClipDown works great and it can download videos from various websites, such as YouTube, TikTok, Facebook, Twitter. When All Video Downloader app does not work on your Windows 10 PC, AllClipDown is a great alternative to it. I have downloaded 100+ videos with AllClipDown software and 100% success!


Absolutely, I can give you the lowdown on AllClipdown! This tool is a gem for anyone who wants to pull videos off the internet without any hassle. I’ve used it plenty of times, and it just nails it every time. First, I grabbed the software from their official site and installed it. Once that was done, I just opened AllClipdown and went straight to pasting the URL of the video I found into it. There’s a spot where you can drop the link, and then you just hit the download button.


another tool is youtube-dl, youtube-dl and the yt-dlp fork are a command-line program to download videos from, as well as many other sites.