I've tried/still use a half dozen of them, and this is my favorite for speed and consistency: YT and bitchute (and others): https://distillvideo.com/ rumble: https://pastedownload.com/rumble-video-downloader/ more YT: https://www.y2meta.com/en10 more bitchute: https://pastedownload.com/bitchute-video-downloader/ just about anything (but still prefer 1st link above… alts are only used when it doesn't work): https://pastedownload.com/ this one's name makes it clear what it's intended for, but I came across it (no pun int) at some point when nothing else would work and it did, so… https://offmp3.com/sites/convert-pornhub-video-online tool for making large videos small enough to fit here. Just upload and change "set file size" option to any of 5 options (all small enough to upload here): https://video.online-convert.com/convert-to-mp4 twitter: https://www.savetweetvid.com/ twitter: https://www.downloadtwittervideo.com/ increase/decrease video's audio track: https://www.fileconverto.com/boost-video-volume/ still images—remove background quickly and automatically (invaluable site for meme-makers): https://www.remove.bg/
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