(screenshot from flvto.biz site)
YouTube video-to-download converters have been around for years, but Flvto takes it to the extreme by enabling 99 video downloads simultaneously. That includes downloads into videos (of various formats) or MP3s, even directly into iTunes. That means users can port playlists neatly into offline iTunes playlists in a few clicks.
Need help finding 99 songs? Flvto to the rescue! Users can check flvto.biz for a list of the top 100 songs pre-assembled in a list, each with quick download buttons.
Flvto notes that video-to-download conversion is probably legal. Here’s what they emailed Digital Music News on the issue:
“Regarding the question of whether downloading these files is piracy: most laws state that it is perfectly legal to download music that one has acquired legally (via a site like YouTube) and listen to it. It is only illegal to do so if one plans to distribute or sell that music. Laws do vary, so it’s prudent for individuals to check the laws in their country, state, etc.; however, the majority maintain this. A totally legal service, Flvto is the fastest and most convenient option for converting and downloading music files online.”
Flvto is now surging: in a note sent to Digital Music News this morning, the site is now ranked in the top 10,000 worldwide, and is now available for Mac users.