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Because it divides the overall video stream into fragments of equal length and creates an index/master playlist file that contains references of the fragmented TS videos with ".m3u8" extension. That is, with the conventional download method, you can only get a M3U8 playlist file or a series of TS video fragments. Next, I'll recommend 4 simple HLS video downloaders to help download HLS videos without complicated steps.


More than a free and simple video transcoder, Free HD Video Converter Factory is actually an all-around desktop program integrated with a video downloader module that allows you to download most types of streaming videos, including HLS videos, MPEG-DASH, HTTPS, RTMP, etc. Thanks to its intuitive UI, you can simply complete HLS streaming download and convert M3U8 to MP4 without knowing any technical stuff. Download and install it to your PC, and let's see how it works.


As you know, IDM is a shareware and offers a 30-day free trial. So you're able to pay for the full-featured IDM or turn to some free alternatives like Neat Download Manager, which also supports HLS video downloading with the similar operation steps. Give it a shot via


You know, there are still multiple solutions to HLS video download, but most are too esoteric for green hands. By contrast, the aforementioned 4 solutions are totally free, handy and efficient. Also, if you know a better solution, feel free to drop me a line via Facebook Messenger. Thanks for reading!


Persepolis is a free, open-source, and cross-platform download manager and a GUI for aria2 (a command-line download manager). It is written in Python language and developed for GNU/Linux Distributions, BSDs, macOS, and Microsoft Windows.


  • For the best download manager for Ubuntu check out:\n\nXtreme Download Manager\nuGet\nSteadyflow\nFlareGet\nPersepolis\n","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Stephen Cooper","description":"Stephen Cooper has taken a close interest in online security since his thesis on Internet encryption in the early 90s. That formed part of his BSC (Hons) in Computing and Informatics at the University of Plymouth. In those days, encapsulation techniques were just being formulated and Cooper kept an eye on those methodologies as they evolved into the VPN industry. Cooper went on to study an MSC in Advanced Manufacturing Systems and Kingston University.\nCooper worked as a technical consultant, sitting DBA exams and specializing in Oracle Applications. With a long experience as a programmer, Cooper is able to assess systems by breaking into programs and combing through the code. Knowledge of IT development and operations working practices helps him to focus his reviews on the attributes of software that are really important to IT professionals.\nAfter working as an IT consultant across Europe and the USA, he has become adept at explaining complicated technology in everyday terms. He is a people person with an interest in technology\n","url":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/author\/stephen-cooper\/"}},"@type":"Question","name":"Can I batch downloads using a Linux download manager?","answerCount":1,"acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Yes, there are a number of command-line systems that allow a list of download sources to be fed into the command in a file. Download managers with graphical interfaces, such as Xtreme Download Manager usually have a batch download option.","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Stephen Cooper","description":"Stephen Cooper has taken a close interest in online security since his thesis on Internet encryption in the early 90s. That formed part of his BSC (Hons) in Computing and Informatics at the University of Plymouth. In those days, encapsulation techniques were just being formulated and Cooper kept an eye on those methodologies as they evolved into the VPN industry. Cooper went on to study an MSC in Advanced Manufacturing Systems and Kingston University.\nCooper worked as a technical consultant, sitting DBA exams and specializing in Oracle Applications. With a long experience as a programmer, Cooper is able to assess systems by breaking into programs and combing through the code. Knowledge of IT development and operations working practices helps him to focus his reviews on the attributes of software that are really important to IT professionals.\nAfter working as an IT consultant across Europe and the USA, he has become adept at explaining complicated technology in everyday terms. He is a people person with an interest in technology\n","url":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/author\/stephen-cooper\/","@type":"Question","name":"What is the download command in Linux?","answerCount":1,"acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"There are two commands that are built into all Linux distros and enable downloads. These are wget and curl. You don\u2019t need to install these utilities because they are already there. In each case, use the --help switch to get a full list of command options, eg: wget --help will show you all of the wget switches and variables.","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Stephen Cooper","description":"Stephen Cooper has taken a close interest in online security since his thesis on Internet encryption in the early 90s. That formed part of his BSC (Hons) in Computing and Informatics at the University of Plymouth. In those days, encapsulation techniques were just being formulated and Cooper kept an eye on those methodologies as they evolved into the VPN industry. Cooper went on to study an MSC in Advanced Manufacturing Systems and Kingston University.\nCooper worked as a technical consultant, sitting DBA exams and specializing in Oracle Applications. With a long experience as a programmer, Cooper is able to assess systems by breaking into programs and combing through the code. Knowledge of IT development and operations working practices helps him to focus his reviews on the attributes of software that are really important to IT professionals.\nAfter working as an IT consultant across Europe and the USA, he has become adept at explaining complicated technology in everyday terms. He is a people person with an interest in technology\n","url":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/author\/stephen-cooper\/"]} "@context":"http:\/\/schema.org","@type":"BreadcrumbList","itemListElement":["@type":"ListItem","position":1,"name":"Home","item":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/","@type":"ListItem","position":2,"name":"Net Admin","item":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/net-admin\/","@type":"ListItem","position":3,"name":"8 Best Free Download Managers for Linux","item":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/net-admin\/best-linux-download-managers\/"]Net Admin

8 Best Free Download Managers for Linux We are funded by our readers and may receive a commission when you buy using links on our site. 8 Best Free Download Managers for Linux You have plenty of options if you have a Linux computer and you're looking for a download manager. We show you the best free download managers for Linux. Stephen Cooper @VPN_News UPDATED: January 17, 2023 body.single .section.main-content.sidebar-active .col.grid-item.sidebar.span_1_of_3 float: right; body.single .section.main-content.sidebar-active .col.grid-item.content.span_2_of_3 margin-left: 0;


Using this set of criteria, we looked for download managers that will run on Linux and possibly have versions for other operating systems. We looked for downloaders that are free to use both for home use and for businesses.


Xtreme Download Manager is available from Sourceforge and Github. This is a free tool that also has versions for Windows, Unix, and Mac OS. This is probably the closest you will get on Linux to the speedy video download capabilities of Download Accelerator Plus. It can speed up downloads to make them five times faster. Like DAP, XDM can retry broken links and can resume interrupted downloads.


Like all of the free download managers on this list, XDM is more likely to be for personal use rather than as a business service. The tool is particularly geared towards downloading video and audio files. The ability to recover and resume lost connections makes this a recommended tool for downloading large video files. This tool hooks into your Web browser, so you will never need to go to the XDM utility screen.


The uGet downloader is free and it works on Windows, Unix, and Android as well as Linux. This is an open source project, which means that anyone can download the source code, check it, or even amend and improve it.


The multi-threaded architecture helps to speed up downloads. This is the same methodology that Download Accelerator Plus uses. However, while DAP splits files into five sections for simultaneous download, uGet can divide them into 16 segments. For a free tool, you get a lot of features with uGet.


FlareGet is a paid download manager, but there is also a free version. There are versions for Windows and Mac OS as well as Linux. The downloader has some great features that make it a fast client for file transfers.


Persepolis is a free, open source system that is available for Linux, Unix, Windows, and Mac OS. The interface opens multiple windows for downloads. The base window is a scheduler that allows you to cue up several files for download.


MultiGet is available for Linux, Windows, Unix, and Mac OS. This is a free program and the code is open source. The downloader is accessed through a GUI interface that has a great progress meter depicted in its lower section. The upper section of the window shows a queue of scheduled downloads.


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