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How to Download Pewdiepie Videos Before He Deletes His Channel



This is how to download Pewdiepie videos before he deletes his channel for good.

Pewdiepie will delete his YouTube channel at 5PM GMT on Friday December 9th according to his latest Tweet. This comes after his channel hit 50 million subscribers and will fulfill a promise he made when explaining how recent YouTube changes harmed his ability to reach his subscribers.

Read: How Much is Pewdiepie Worth

At this stage there is still a chance that Pewdiepie will not delete the channel, and this is only a ploy to draw attention to it. The delay allows time for him to make a video about it as a proper send off.

Pewdiepie will delete his channel. Credit Pewdiepie/YouTube

Pewdiepie will delete his channel. Credit Pewdiepie/YouTube

It also means there is enough time for you to download Pewdiepie videos to watch on your own later.

How to Download Pewdiepie Videos

There are multiple ways to download Pewdiepie videos. The easiest method is to download them to your computer.

Many websites and apps offer YouTube download options, but the simplest is KeepVid, which will let you download Pewdiepie videos in a wide range of formats and even just the audio.

Paste the video link into this box.

Paste the video link into this box.

Find the Pewdiepie videos you want to download and then paste the URL into the Download box on KeepVid. You can also use a KeepVid extension to avoid this or KeepVid Pro on Windows and Mac ti simplify the downloading.

Choose the download option you want.

Choose the download option you want.

Once you see the options, you can click on the resolution you want, and then save it to your computer. From there you can play it locally or sync it to your iPhone, iPad or Android.

Keep in mind that YouTube does not officially support this type of offline playback. You can download some YouTube videos for offline playback with YouTube Red, but if Pewdiepie deletes his channel it is not clear if your downloaded videos will disappear with it.

You can visit this link to see the most popular Pewdiepie videos including many older videos that may bring back old memories of when you first watched his content.

1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. Mark S

    12/09/2016 at 6:23 am

    This must be a sign of the Apocalypse. 50 million people ‘follow’ this clown (oops, ‘influencer’) – and a website (which I used to think was a good source for REAL tech news) deems it worth ‘sharing’. Sad.

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