Downloading videos from the Internet can be a bit of a job, so any tools out there that make it easier are more than welcome.
If you are an Internet Explorer user, you might want to give ArcSoft Video Downloader a try. Unfortunately, Mozilla users will have to sit this one out: although the program's start-up screen mentions that it is compatible, it didn't work consistently in tests and isn't mentioned on the program's website. ArcSoft Video Downloader consists of two parts - a download window and a small download icon that will appear when you mouse over a suitable video.
The video will then be downloaded to the folder you have specified. ArcSoft Video Downloader also has a small selection of configuration options, such as the number of simultaneous downloads you want to allow. Unfortunately, there are a lot of video downloading programs out there, and ArcSoft Video Downloader doesn't stand up well against the competition. ArcSoft Video Downloader's downloads are dodgy, it lacks configuration options, and it's not very pretty - in fact, there's really not much to recommend it.
ArcSoft Video Downloader's new version falls far short of expectation.