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How to Record Netflix Video with Ease

Netflix's streaming video service is inexpensive, quick, convenient, and of high-quality. However, the videos only stream for a period of time. And you may want to record Netflix streaming videos so that you can watch them on you laptops, iPad, PSP, Archos, etc. without internet connections anytime and anywhere you like.

To record Netflix video easily with excellent video quality, you need the help of a professional Netflix video recorder. Here Video Converter Ultimate is strongly recommended as the best video recorder to capture Netflix streaming videos. With it, you can keep the Netflix streaming videos on your computer forever and watch them on iPhone, iPad, iPod, Samsung, Motorola, Sony, LG, etc.

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How to copy Netflix streaming video

1 Open a Netflix video and start recording

After downloading, please install and launch the program. You will see the main interface as below. Click Start > All Programs > Video Converter Ultimate > Video Recorder to begin recording Netflix streaming videos.

Then you'll see the notice popping out to inform you of the possible changes recording may bring to the computer.

netflix video recorder

And now you have two choices of recording mode: to adjust the screen you are gonna capture with the button Select recording area, or to start recording automatically with the button Auto record.

Record Netflix Video

2 Recording and converting Netflix videos

Click to start playing and recording the video. It's up to you how long you want to record according to the timeline of the video. If you want to convert your recorded videos to other formats, simply add them to the program after the recording and convert them to any regular formats as you want. Output formats include MP4, MOV, WMV, AVI, FLV, MKV, ASF, WebM, etc.

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