Though the program focuses mainly on downloading from YouTube, it's totally compatible with other popular services like Vimeo, Vevo, Hulu, TED, ABC, MTV, CBS, Yahoo Video, BBC, CNN, ESPN, WatTV, Discovery, the NY Times, Dailymotion, AOL, Metacafe, Discovery, MegaVideo, and Break, among others.
The application provides two different ways to download your videos: click the Download button that automatically appears at the top of videos played on Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome; or just copy the URL for the video you want to save to your computer.
Once you have selected and downloaded the video, you can convert it to any of today's most popular formats, including FLV, MP4, AVI, MPG, MKV, WMV, M4V, MOV, MPG, etc., or the ones that come preset for different devices like iPod, iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy Note, or Blackberry. You can also extract the audio track from the video and save it in MP3, M4A, AC3, AAC, WMA, WAV, OGG, APE, MKA, AU, AIFF, FLAC, M4B, etc.
AllMyTube also lets you play files and manage your entire multimedia library.
The trial version can only be used 5 times and its time limit is one-third of the entire file. Also, it only lets you download YouTube videos and doesn't let you convert to other formats.