If you try to download a video from Facebook to your local hard drive, you will realise, that you can’t just right-click on it as you would do with videos on other sites or images. However, there is an easy and free way of saving a local copy of that video:

  1. Find the URL to the single post. The easiest way is to right-click on the timestamp close to the top left corner. It says how many minutes, hours or days the video was posted and copy the link to your clipboard.
  2. Past the URL into a new browser window or tab, but do not press Enter, e.g.;
  3. Change the „www“ in the URL to „m“, e.g.: and press Enter so that you get to the mobile version of this Facebook post
  4. Click play on the video
  5. Right-click „Save as“ on the video.
  6. Done

„The problem with common sense is that you have to deal with all the people that don’t have it“

Julian Hein

Julian Hein

“Common sense is the best distributed commodity in the world, for every man is convinced that he is well supplied with it.”

René Descartes, Discourse on Method

René Descartes

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Legroom In US Airlines

Julian —  13. Dezember 2015 — 1 Comment



You’re drunk @amazon

Insta Knecht —  12. Dezember 2015 — 1 Comment
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“Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.”

Henry Kissinger

Henry Kissinger

It’s not my fault…

Insta Knecht —  3. Dezember 2015 — 1 Comment
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