YouTube is a great place for watching videos about anything that interests you. You may need to create a YouTube video downloader application for saving or viewing the videos offline. This article covers how to create a YouTube video downloader programmatically in C#.
C# API to Create YouTube Video Downloader
Aspose.HTML for .NET API supports web scrapping, which is used to extract data from websites. Configuring web scrappers is usually quite a task in general, but you can perform such tasks easily with the API. You need to download the DLL files from the New Releases section, or configure it with the following NuGet installation command:
PM> Install-Package Aspose.HTML
Create YouTube Video Downloader in C#
You can create a YouTube video downloader with the following steps:
- Specify the URL of the video to download.
- Initialize an instance of the MultimediaScraper class.
- Create a Multimedia object and check if VideoInfo is YouTubeVideoInfo.
- Finally, save the video using the Download method.
The following code snippet shows how to create a YouTube Video Downloader programmatically in C#:
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Please try the YouTube Video Downloader web app developed using the above API.
In this article, you have learned how to create a YouTube video downloader application in C#. Simply make a few API calls without considering the minor details for accessing and downloading the videos. The API takes care of all the details and saves the output file on the disk. You can work with this feature in a way that multiple URLs of videos are passed to the API and it downloads all the videos one by one. Furthermore, please take a look at the documentation for other relevant details, and feel free to contact us at the forum if you need any assistance with your requirements or POC. We will be glad to assist you!
Note: We do not support downloading copyrighted videos and using other people’s videos for commercial purposes without their express permission. We are not responsible for any copyright infringement that may occur when using this tool.