Sometime around October of last year, Google stopped allowing people to download any 1080p or higher quality videos from YouTube, meaning that your old trusty video downloaders, like the Firefox add-on Video DownloadHelper, can now only download 720p or lower quality. However, in this article I will show you how you can easily download 1080p or 4K videos from YouTube for easy offline viewing, regardless of which browser you use.
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