Onvico F.A.Q. - Questions & Answers
First I ask question.. Is F.A.Q. still a thing? Do people say it still? Maybe we are old... But yeah.. Here we have some questions that have been omnipresent in our mailbox. Users don't check this page and go ahead asking this and that, and we reply with links to this page and whole chunks of text from it.. Please, please, check this before wasting your time writing and explaining... And if answer isn't here, we'll be happy to reply.
How to convert online videos to mp4?
How to convert online video to mp3?
Our online video to mp3 converter can only do up to 30 minutes long videos from these sites right now: Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Reddit. We are working on lifting these limits both wide and deep. Here's how you can convert video to mp3 right now using Onvico:
Our mp3 converter looks for the best audio possible, converts it to mp3 at 256-320kbps HQ audio bitrate. It also adds artist, title and album cover if possible. So watch out for those familiar images from the video when you're searching for recently downloaded mp3's on your device. Btw, if all mp3s show up with same album cover image - it means your Android file-browser app needs to be changed. Try VLC, it shows all mp3 images properly.
How to save videos on Iphone or IOS device?
Sorry, we don't mess with Apple. If your phone is jailbroken - you'll be able to download videos and audio from the Internet without problems. Otherwise you won't be able to download anything without special apps.. That's where people start asking 'How to add videos to Iphone camera roll'... First you should be asking: why Apple doesn't want me to save my granny's cat video from her Instagram account to post it to my dad's Facebook later??? Does Apple hate me and my family so much? LOL, something like that... Apple sucks in this relation..
How to convert video on Android device?
Now we're talking! It's very easy to convert online videos to download and save to your Android devices. It has become extremely easy in new android versions of Chrome, finally, praise the tech people, they added easy URL copy to android, something that was very painful before with tap and hold... Now it's much easier (step 1). Here's how to do it in 3 easy steps:
How to avoid video to start streaming?
Some videos will start streaming instead of downloading. To avoid that, right-click download button and select Save Link As. On mobile tap and hold download button, select Download Link. If it is too late and video is already streaming - simply right click it (tap and hold mobile) until menu shows up, select Save Video as (Download Video mobile).
How to copy any video URL in 2-3 clicks?
On any video you can find Share button. Hit that, and it always has Copy Video Link option (or similar titled). Usually click or tap on that option copies video link into clipboard. Easy and fast. You can also copy video link from browser address bar or by right-clicking the video if it's in a grid and selecting Copy Link Address from the menu.
Where to all the downloaded files go?
That's for you to know and find out, cause it's on your device. But easy way to find them is via browser menu button, and there Downloads. Some desktop browsers react well to CTRL+J..