To save a Youtube clip to the Camera Roll on your iPhone or iPad, you will need to use a third-party app. There is no direct way to download videos from Youtube onto your device. Here are the steps to follow:
1. Download a third-party app that allows you to download videos from Youtube. One such app is Documents by Readdle. It is a free app that you can download from the App Store.
2. Launch the app and tap on the browser icon at the bottom right corner of the screen.
3. Type in the URL of the Youtube video you want to download and hit enter.
4. Once the video starts playing, tap and hold on it until a menu pops up. Select “Download” from the menu.
5. The app will start downloading the video. You can check the progress of the download by tapping on the Downloads icon at the bottom left corner of the screen.
6. Once the download is complete, tap on the “Downloads” icon and select the video you just downloaded.
7. Tap on the “Share” icon and select “Save Video”. The video will be saved to your Camera Roll.
It is important to note that downloading videos from Youtube is against their terms of service. You should only download videos for personal use and not share them without permission. Also, be cautious when downloading videos from third-party apps as they may contain malware or viruses.
1. Can I save a YouTube clip to my camera roll on an iPhone?
Yes, you can save a YouTube clip to your camera roll on an iPhone by using a third-party app or using the built-in screen recorder feature.
2. Is it legal to download YouTube videos to my camera roll?
Downloading YouTube videos is against the platform’s terms of service, but it is not illegal. However, it is important to respect the copyright of the content creators and not use their work without permission.
3. Will saving a YouTube clip to my camera roll take up a lot of storage space on my device?
The amount of storage space that a YouTube clip takes up on your device depends on the length and quality of the video. It is recommended to download videos in lower quality or compress them before saving them to your camera roll to save storage space.