Currently, the videos in my classes are not downloadable. This may change in the future, if I change the way I structure the classes, so if this is important to you, please let me know so I can take that into consideration as I develop more classes. For now, if you like to download your class content, I have a work-around for you!
All my video content is hosted on YouTube (incidentally, this is something that does make it more at risk for being shared illegally, so please help me protect my hard work by not sharing any links!- Thanks!!) so with third-party software, you can download the content to your own computer, and then transfer it to your mobile devices if you like. You may already have this kind of software on your computer, but if you don’t the one I use and recommend is Clip Grab. Clip Grab is free and easy to install and can be used on a PC or a Mac:
I really like how simple and uncluttered the site is, and how they walk you through all the steps to install and use the software. It is surprisingly easy!
Here is what it looks like when you go to use it:
You copy the link of the video you want to download and paste it into that box with the blue outline, select your quality, and click “Grab this clip!” The software shows the downloading progress and places the file on your desktop when it is complete.
So I bet you’re thinking “well that sound easy, but where do I find the links to the videos in this class?” Here they all are- just copy each link individually and paste it into the blue box and download each video individually:
You have permission to download the following content for your own personal use (copy without the asterisk):
The process videos:
Here are the links to the bonus videos: