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Auto-Capture And Download Streaming Video & Audio With Jordy Downloader

 

Jordy Downloader is another download manager that provides features similar to Orbit downloader; it monitors your Windows clipboard for download links, integrates with your browser and notifies you when multimedia (video and audio) objects are detected, letting you quickly download  them to specified local destination. The file is automatically added to the Media Detector (Orbit’s Grab++ like feature) list, and you can then choose to download or just preview it. You don’t even need to paste the link in the application; Jordy Downloader will automatically detect the link from clipboard. It supports HTTP, HTTPS, FTP servers, online data storage, and video and audio streams.

The interface has All, Downloading, Completed and Inactive tabs at the left side, while download list and Media Detector appears at the right side. Buttons to add New Download, New Video Download, Start, Pause and Delete an item are available at the top of the interface.

Jordy Downloader Downloading

Whenever you play a video in your browser, Jordy Downloader will detect the video, show you a desktop notification, and add it to the Media Detector list.

Jordy Notification

To download a detected video or audio, right-click it in the Media Detector list and select Download. Other options are available to convert and download the video to MP3, or just preview the audio or video in Media Preview.

Jordy Downloader Media Detector

When you copy the URL link of a video from your browser, the application automatically detects the link from Windows clipboard and opens the New Video Download window with all the details of the selected video.

New Video Download

Jordy Downloader integrates with your browser and displays a Download button when audio/video is playing in your browser.

Jordy Integration

Jordy Downloader works on all versions of Windows.

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Auto-Capture And Download Streaming Video & Audio With Jordy Downloader
Fawad
Fri, 09 Dec 2011 13:13:35 GMT

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