On June 19th, Google finally put a stop to many of the ways users rip YouTube
videos to their desktop for editing use, by making most online video conversion sites to be incompatible with YouTube
's formatting! This happened to online-convert.com and zamzar.com! Abridgers, reviewers, and other online editors are constantly finding harder and harder ways to get footage they need. I guess for now they'll need to either edit off of DV Ds
or even illegal torrents!
Sorry. Through those sites, you can no longer save that rare Disney doc The Sweatbox
for prosperity, or that unedited Pony
episode with Derpy's original voice, or listen to your favorite abridged episodes on your iPod, or keep those songs iTunes won't provide, or even use footage you found online to edit into an AMV. Do it some other way!
edited 28th Jun '12 8:44:37 AM by kyun