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4 Ways to Save from Netflix for Offline Viewing

Netflix as you might have already known only allows you to stream videos and NOT download them. However, there are some hidden ways through which you can have this videos saved on your PC or TV. This post provides you with the 4 ways of saving videos from Netflix for Offline viewing.
1. Use of Playon.Tv Software system

Playon.TV is an application that can be used to save from streaming Websites including Netflix. Apart from Netflix, this application can record videos from Hulu, HBO, GO and so on. You can download PlayonTV through this link > www.playon.tv

2. Use of HDTVs with Record Feature

HDTVs are also a good way of recording videos particularly if you have the one that has the ability to record. Simply setup your PC to connect to the TV and start saving from netflix as you wish. 


Save from netflix for offline viewing


3. Use of Screen Capture on PC

You can also use screen recorders for PC to save from Netflix. Basically, most screen recorders/ capture softwares are used to make how-to videos but they can also be used in this regard as well. Examples of this capture softwares are Movavi, Ezvid, Camstudio and so on. If you choose to use Movavi, this guide will help you through the setup process, click here to download the Movavi Guide to save from Netflix.

4. Use of Video Downloader Softwares on PC

Not all Video Downloader Softwares can break the Netflix code to save from Netflix but you can give some of them a try. IDM, Allavsoft and so on could be helpful.

Do you know any other means to save from Netflix, kindly share it with us via the comments box below this page. Enjoy  

1 comment :

  1. It worked with my HDTV. If not for data consumption, i would have spent the whole day recording my favorite movies with the help of my phone and TV

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