How to Save YouTube Videos to Camera Roll?

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Written by: Alex Popa

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How to Save YouTube Videos to Camera Roll?

Do you want to save a YouTube video to the camera roll on your mobile device? That’s easy to do. It takes a few minutes to copy the link to the video and paste it onto a third-party website.

To save a YouTube video to your camera roll, do this:

  1. Copy the link to the YouTube video to your clipboard
  2. Go to “ytb.rip.com
  3. Paste the link to the video
  4. Tap on “Start
  5. Select a video quality to download the video

This will not save the YouTube video to your Camera Roll, but you can move it to your Camera Roll afterward.

Currently, there’s no way you can save a YouTube video directly to your camera roll. That’s not how downloads work.

It will go to the “Downloads” folder when you download something on your mobile device.

Keep reading to see how you can save a YouTube video to your camera roll (eventually)!

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How to Save YouTube Videos to Camera Roll?

1. Tap on “Share” on a YouTube video

Tap on "Share" on a YouTube video
Tap on “Share” on a YouTube video

The first step is copying the link to that YouTube video. To do this, tap the “Share” button under the video title.

Once you do that, a pop-up window will appear with several options.

2. Select “Copy link

Select "Copy link"
Select “Copy link”

In the pop-up window, tap on the first option – “Copy link“. This will copy the link to the video to your clipboard.

3. Go to “ytb.rip.com

Go to "ytb.rip.com"
Go to “ytb.rip.com”

One of the websites you can use to download your YouTube video is ytb.rip.com. While it does have ads, I haven’t noticed anything sketchy.

You can find it on Google easily. Open the website by tapping on the link. Then, continue with the guide.

4. Hold-tap and paste the link

Hold-tap and paste link
Hold-tap and paste the link

Once you open the website, you’ll see a typing box where you can write stuff. As you might have guessed, this is where you paste the YouTube link.

Hold-tap on the box and select “Paste“.

5. Tap on “Start

Tap on "Start"
Tap on “Start”

Now that you’ve pasted the link, you’ll want to select “Start“. This will tell the website you want to download that video to your phone.

6. Select a download option

Select a download option
Select a download option

In a few seconds, the video will be prepared for download. Please choose an option from those presented, which will open another page with the video itself.

7. Tap on the three-dot icon

Tap on the three-dot icon
Tap on the three-dot icon

After selecting a download option, a new window will open with the video playing. To download it, tap on the three-dot icon in the bottom-right corner of the video.

Then, select “Download

Select "Download"
Select “Download”

This will finally download the video to your mobile phone in the “Downloads” folder. You can watch the video from that folder or move it to your camera roll/gallery.

Conclusion

To summarize, you can save a YouTube video to your camera roll using a third-party website like “ytb.rip.com” to download the video.

Copy-paste the link to the video on the “ytb.rip.com” website and tap on “Start“. This will create several links for download.

Click on one of them, and you’ll be redirected to another page with the video. From there, tap on the three-dot icon and select “Download“.

The video will be saved to your “Downloads” folder, and you can easily move it to your camera roll.

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Alex Popa

My name is Alex and I have a knack for social media in all its shapes and forms. I’ve dealt with such things for quite some time and I noticed that many people have issues with social media and technicalities.

Unforeseen errors, bugs, and other problems make their use of social media problematic. These things will be discussed amply in the guides on Whizcase.

I'll present the facts as they are, and offer quick and easy solutions for them.

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