Sometimes you find such a nice video on Youtube that you'd like to save it to your hard drive and keep if forever with you. And here comes the great question: how do you save Youtube videos?
The answer is UltraGet Video Downloader, an easy-to-use tool with which you can download online videos from Youtube and Google Video while you're watching them. Simply drag and drop the video URL from Firefox onto the program's interface (or copy it to the Clipboard) and the download process will start in a few seconds.
The one thing I really liked about UltraGet Video Downloader is its embedded FLV player that enables you to enjoy newly downloaded videos without having to install a third-party app. On the downside, the program requires to have a Youtube account in order to download videos and saves them in FLV format (wouldn't it be great to have them converted to AVI?).
With UltraGet Video Downloader you can save Youtube videos on your hard drive and watch them with the program's embedded player, though only in FLV format.