Transfer/Record a song found YouTube by using CD-R or other methods?


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Old 12-16-18, 11:43 AM
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Transfer/Record a song found YouTube by using CD-R or other methods?

Hello:
I found a very nice song in YouTube and record it so I can listen it whenever I want to.

Is there a way to 'record/transfer' a song in YouTube by using CD-R or any other methods?

Thanks for your help in advance.
 
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Old 12-16-18, 01:13 PM
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You'll need a "Youtube downloader" plugin or extension for the browser.
That will (usually) let you save the song in mp3 format.

Then use something like "windows media player" or "burnaware free" to create an audio-cd, or a mp3-cd
 
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I use this site to download YouTube videos it even has the option to convert it to MP3 for the audio only
 
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Old 12-16-18, 02:36 PM
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Sounds not easy to do for a YouTube- novice like me. I saw 'YouTube Downloader' on eBay site. However, all of those are for an experienced YouTube recorder/transfer. Which one should I purchase? I'd appreciate it if you offer me a step-by-step instruction on this regard.
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I use YT-MP3 for a quick grab. What song are you looking at ?
 
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Originally Posted by PineCone
Sounds not easy to do for a YouTube- novice like me. I saw 'YouTube Downloader' on eBay site. However, all of those are for an experienced YouTube recorder/transfer. Which one should I purchase? I'd appreciate it if you offer me a step-by-step instruction on this regard.
Thanks,
You don't purchase anything, the browser (chrome / firefox) plugins or extensions are free, the Burnaware Free program is, free; and IIRC so is the website.

It should be easy.
Open web-browser, install YouTube capture extension/plugin.
C;lose and restart the web-browser.
Play the song, click the "download" button in the browswer.
 
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Old 12-16-18, 03:32 PM
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carol of the bells-Christmas song "Lyrics" running time is 1:26.

This song was put on you tube on Dec. 25, 2012 by someone named MegaGoalshighlights.

Thanks for the help.
 
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Sent you a PM..................
 
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Keep in mind Google at least used to not look highly upon this and would tell websites who provided such a tool to cease and desist. Hence, the website you used last week would not necessarily be the one you used next week....
 
 

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