Download videos from Facebook to Mac is so easy when you get the right way! The tool you need is this Facebook Video Downloader (also named as iTube Studio). I have tried many video downloaders, and this one supports Facebook videos greatly. And it runs smoothly on my Macbook Air.
Here are some advantages of the Facebook Video Downloader
- One Click to download Facebook videos.
- Compatible with all types of Web browsers including Safari, Firefox, Chrome, IE.
- Not only a Video Downloader, but also a Video Converter. Convert Facebook video to AVI MP4 WMV MKV for editing or burning to DVD, etc.
Now, let’s start the guide to download Facebook videos to your Mac.
Step1. Install Facebook Video Downloader
After you download the Facebook Video Downloader installer to your Mac. Double click it, check out the browser option you often use, e.g. Safari, Firefox, Chrome during the install process.. Launch it and you will see the software interface as follow:
Step2.Download Facebook Videos
My favorite web browser is Safari. So I will take Safari as sample in this guide. The operation steps for Firefox or Chrome are the same.
Open Safari and go to facebook.com, login your account and go to Photo category, you will see Facebook videos by click the ‘videos‘ link of ‘See All‘. And you will see a Download button in the top right corner of the video.
Click the “Download” button to add the Facebook video to downloading queue. This app supports batch download, you can download up to 20 Facebook videos at a time. When Facebook videos are downloaded, you could find them in the Library window.
Tips: The downloaded Facebook videos are in FLV format. If you want to put them on portable devices like iPod, Mobile phone, Tablet. You can use the Video Converter built-in to convert the Facebook videos to the right format like AVI or MP4. Just switch to Library and check the boxes in front of Facebook videos you want to convert. Then click Convert button to select an output format, that’s all.
For more details about download Facebook videos, here is a video tutorial on YouTube for you: