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Coming This March: New TV Shows & Movies on Netflix

February has absolutely flown by, and we all know what another new month means: brand new movies and TV shows on Netflix! While every passing month means that Netflix is removing content from its roster, they always make up for it with an onslaught of brilliant shows, films, documentaries, and ever-popular Netflix Originals to get excited about.

If you’re like us and can barely handle the anticipation, first take a deep breath – there will be plenty of awesome entertainment hitting your screen soon. You can find the full list of upcoming shows and movies, and take a look at some of the highlights right here. Don’t forget to update your Replay Video Capture software so you can capture every episode, past, present, and future.

B: The Beginning – March 2

A brand new Netflix original, B: The Beginning is a 10-episode anime production that follows genius investigator Keith Flick as he rejoins the royal police force. As he’s settling in, a serial killer referred to as “B” emerges and becomes an immediate threat. For fans of anime and animated series, this one is as suspenseful as it is creative and beautifully done.

You can watch B: The Beginning on Netflix and record it all with Replay Video Capture.

Jessica Jones (Season 2) – March 8

In the Marvel world, there is no shortage of kick-butt heroes and Jessica Jones is one of them. Following the end of her short-lived career as a superhero in NYC, the show focuses on Jessica Jones as she tries to rebuild her life as a private investigator. As part of the Marvel universe as it exists on Netflix today, we’re loving how the storylines and character development of one show can bleed into another so easily. If you’re a fan of Luke Cage, you’ll definitely want to check this one out if you haven’t already.

You can watch Jessica Jones on Netflix and record it all with Replay Video Capture. 

Ladies First – March 8

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Ladies First is a classic, true tale of bravery and bringing yourself up from nothing. Deepika Kumari was born into poverty and very limited women’s rights in India. Through the doubts of many, she was able to become the fifth-ranked athlete in the world in women’s archery and a gold medal winner at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. This documentary follows her childhood, training, and eventual win that made her famous around the world.

You can watch Ladies First on Netflix and record it all with Replay Video Capture. 

Love (Season 3) – March 9

Their relationship might not be considered “conventional,” but in the modern world, who really knows what makes the perfect couple? Judd Apatow’s quirky take on a romantic comedy, Love, is wrapping up with its final season (3). The comedic series has been described as having a “down-to-earth look at dating” that explores different perspectives on romantic relationships. With some squirmy moments and some “awww” moments, it’s definitely a charmer.

You can watch Love on Netflix and record it all with Replay Video Capture. 

On My Block – March 16

Growing up is hard enough without being in Los Angeles. On My Block is a new Netflix Original comedy series that follows the coming-of-age take of four friends as they navigate life in inner-city LA. This highly-anticipated, half-hour comedy series was co-created by ”Awkward” creator Lauren Iungerich and is the female-led breakthrough show we all needed growing up.

You can watch On My Block on Netflix and record it all with Replay Video Capture. 

Game Over, Man! – March 23

Game Over, Man! is a new comedy from (most of) the production team behind Workaholics, that follows three friends on the verge of finally getting funding to start their own video game company. Surprise, surprise, though — something goes wrong! Their main financier is suddenly taken hostage, complicating the situation and forcing them to rescue him before it’s too late.

You can watch Game Over, Man! on Netflix and record it all with Replay Video Capture. 

 

 

 

A Series of Unfortunate Events – March 30

What was once simply a super-popular children’s book series has been revived once more for the screen. A Series of Unfortunate Events (the series) is a Netflix Original that grabbed viewers immediately with Neil Patrick Harris’ portrayal of the strange, slightly evil Count Olaf. Based on the children’s novel series of the same name by Lemony Snicket, the Baudelaire orphans are placed into the care of their distant relative (Olaf), a man constantly plotting to get their fortune for himself.

You can watch A Series of Unfortunate Events on Netflix and record it all with Replay Video Capture. 

 

 

 

 

With all these amazing new movies and shows on Netflix, you should be set until the next month of new content arrives (we hope!). Replay Video Capture is the ultimate Netflix downloader! Our powerful software can easily record from Netflix and save the videos back to your computer. With Replay Video Capture, you can record anything from Netflix to watch and enjoy later – it’s the perfect tool for building up your personal media library with all the best entertainment that the Internet has to offer.

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The Most Compatible Valentine’s Day Movies to Find & Record Online

Ah, love! February is undoubtedly one of the most romantic times of the year – well, at least for just one day. People everywhere will be celebrating love this Valentine’s Day with dinners, roses, and professions of love. While the holiday may not be for everyone, it certainly helps bring out the best romantic movies online. 

Rather than listing the same old same old, we’ve crafted a list of various films for the day of love that will tell a few differing tales – some for the young, the old, the single and the married alike. Just remember to hit record with the Replay Video Capture for watching and enjoying anywhere on-the-go this Valentine’s Day (and beyond).

1. How to Lose a Guy In 10 Days

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A romantic comedy from 2003, the infamous Benjamin Barry is an advertising executive who bets he can make a woman fall in love with him in 10 days. He’s a ladies man in everyday life, which captures the attention of Andie Anderson, the journalist who ends up covering the campaign in a magazine article – “How to Lose a Guy in 10 days.” It’s a classic that needs to be recorded! You can watch and record How to Lose a Guy In 10 Days on Netflix.

2. The Lobster

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You’ve probably never seen a film like it – especially around Valentine’s Day – but it’s 2018, and the dystopian future is near. The Lobster is about single people who are taken to ‘The Hotel’ and obliged to find a romantic partner. If they don’t in 45 days, then they will be transformed into an animal. It has a mystical element that the world deserves to see. You can watch and record The Lobster on Netflix.

3. Hello, My Name Is Doris

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Doris is a quirky character in her 60’s vying for the attention of a much younger coworker. She takes relationship advice from her best friends 13-year-old granddaughter, and sparks begin to fly. You don’t need any company to watch this because you will instantly fall in love with Doris on your Valentine’s Day – add it to your list instantly. You can watch and record Hello, My Name Is Doris on Hulu.

4. Bridget Jones’ Baby

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In this next chapter of the illustrious romantic-comedy saga, Bridget Jones finds herself pregnant at 43 with a big decision to make… after she finds out who the father is. She would prefer to keep being single, and with her career at risk of interruption, what will she do that will change her life forever? You can watch and record Bridget Jones’ Baby on Netflix.

5. Definitely, Maybe

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This story has the happiest ending: a father-daughter flic where the father helps the daughter figure out who her mom is. A continuous guessing game for the viewer but highly recommended as a Valentine’s Day movie. This is a seriously hard nut to crack as you will start developing emotions towards each of the characters the father has been in love with. A love story like no other! You can watch and record Definitely, Maybe on Netflix.

6. Breakfast At Tiffany’s

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Let’s take it back to the 1960’s, where a young New York socialite finds her new interest in a young man from her apartment building – but her past is blocking her. In one of the most famous films ever made (there’s no argument there), Audrey Hepburn is surely some of the best company for your Valentine’s Day. You can watch and record Breakfast At Tiffany’s on Netflix.

7. An Officer And a Gentleman

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This film is a true romantic drama representing the work of a Navy Officer at Candidate School who is working to become an aviator. This young man must complete his training but comes across a continuous obstacle in the process. The obstacle is his Gunnery Sergeant and his new girlfriend, for this reason, you’ll be biting your nails kicking yourself the whole way through. You can watch and record an Officer And a Gentleman on Amazon Video.

 

The Valentine’s Day movie choice can always be a tough one, there are endless options of rom-coms and dramas, but this selection has introduced a new way to spend your day in 2018. There is a choice for everyone, and Replay Video Capture gives the perfect excuse to take it anywhere you need to be. Just open up the movie, drag the recording into your software and away you go. Download Replay Video Capture now to bulk up the day with these admirable movies.

 

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6 Reasons to Save Your Online Media

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Online streaming is entirely awesome. Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu allow you to binge-watch your favorite series whenever you want, on any kind of device that you connect with. However, these solutions are far from being perfect. Sometimes your favorite show can be inaccessible or disappear without a trace — that’s why many consumers who fall in love with fast-paced shows such as House of Cards or Orange is the New Black really want to know how to record Netflix.

Netflix is not the only streaming platform that presents this problem. Amazon Prime and Hulu take down their shows and movies after a set period of time, too. If you don’t know how to record Hulu, Amazon Prime, or your other favorite streaming services, you might not be able to see your favorite show or movie if (and when) it’s taken down.

This alone should be good enough reason to save and watch your favorite shows offline, but here’s our complete top six list of reasons to save your online media.

1. Captured content is more consumer-friendly

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Watching shows on Netflix is great if you’re at home. But, what if you’re on-the-go? 1080p videos will burn through your monthly data plan so fast, it’ll make your head spin. If you record a movie from Netflix on your phone or tablet while you’re safely connected to your home WiFi, you can watch that content anywhere without worrying about high data charges.

Let’s not forget then that in-flight WiFi often doesn’t allow you to access streaming platforms, for reasons connected to bandwidth. Frequent flying (and other Internet-lacking means of travel) is always less stressful if you can access your favorite show or movie offline!

2. Amazon Prime is making a move toward exclusive material

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Competition is stiff, and if you want to attract enough users you need to be able to offer exclusive content. Netflix is funding a satire called War Machine, starring Brad Pitt. The company strongly believes quality is more important than quantity. Their reasoning? YouTube has thousands of times more content than Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime combined but is struggling with subscriptions for YouTube Red.

When it comes to paying for a streaming service, content is king. That means Netflix won’t be as aggressive as you’d expect when it comes to adding new shows.

3. Netflix doesn’t have as many titles as you might think

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As of 2016, they only had 4,563 movies and 2,445 series. As a matter of fact, their catalog has shrunk in the past year. There was one time when they had over 13,000 shows – this latest count puts them at 6,998, or just under 7,000.

Other services will most likely follow suit, as well.

4. Content licenses come and go

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Netflix is constantly changing up their copyright agreements; they operate on a temporary licensing model. This means their shows expire, and you have no idea when they are coming back.

If a show is not popular enough, they might take it down. If a show is too popular, they might have to take it down, too (usually to renegotiate the license).

5. Weak connections can spoil streaming

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Watching a movie online means that you can follow your favorite characters without interruptions. Unlike YouTube or network TV, you can fully plunge into the story without any commercial breaks or other distractions.

A lagging Internet connection or a sudden temporary disruption might spoil the most intriguing plot twist…and the moment is ruined! Internet speed is not the same everywhere, and in a pretty standard household, it’s normal to have multiple smartphones, a TV and even tablets all connected at once.

This also holds true for commuters who have to deal with an intermittent mobile connection.

6. It’s legal (for personal use) and you can still support the creators

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Your monthly or annual fee covers the licensing costs that distribution companies negotiate with each streaming platform. These, in turn, share profit with the producers; a mechanism similar to old-school TV.

From a legal standpoint, you’re on the right side of the law. In 1984, the Supreme Court ruled time-shifted to view that recording videos for your own personal, non-commercial use is not against the law. At the time of clunky VCRs, people used to record their favorite shows to watch them at a more convenient time or to be able to re-watch them. Later on, people could consider whether or not they would buy a physical copy of the movie.

The business model for producers and distribution companies has changed and revenue streams are mostly generated at theaters (for movies) and through licenses. That’s a perk of a Netflix recorder – you can save each show and watch it without limitations. In the meantime, you can still consider buying a Blu-ray or DVD (if available) to further support the creators of the show.

These are some of the reasons why being able to record Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime video streams is a vital complementary feature. Replay Video Capture allows people to record movies from Netflix (and basically any other platforms) before the company takes them down.

Use Replay Video Capture to get your favorite content before it disappears from your online streaming service, and to enjoy movies and online shows without worrying about your connection!

 

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This article was originally published on February 27, 2017 and has been updated for accuracy. 

6 of The Greatest Old Christmas Movies to Record Online

As Christmas festivities return every year, what we have on our screens will always be a talk of the household. Arguments may arise as one member of the group wants a classic but the other wants the latest Disney, but who will be the one to bring the recorded goods? There’s something about old Christmas movies that have a lasting effect on those who truly engross themselves, and when you record movies online you can keep them safely stored for years to come.

Monumental releases are those that will continue to be screened in our local cinema, but some of us are looking for their favorite classics to be streamed from the comfort next to their beautifully decorated tree. Here are 6 of the most satisfying Christmas movies that get everyone in the mood.

1. A Christmas Carol (1984)

There’s not many movies that rank 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, especially those that probably only get viewed once or twice a year. This makes A Christmas Carol particularly special and proved loved by millions as one of the greatest old Christmas movies of all time. You can watch and record A Christmas Carol on Hulu online.

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2. Miracle On 34th Street (1947)

One that has been through every generation since first filmed, introducing everyone’s favorite actors and actresses it has always succeeded with every remake. Not only does Miracle on 34th Street defend the spirit of Santa Claus, it also remains a sacred feature for all those with a passion for old Christmas movies. You can watch and record Miracle On 34th Street on Amazon Prime Video online.

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3. Frosty The Snowman (1969 – 2005 remastered)

It may ring a few bells that may have you singing until the Christmas period is over, but with good reason. This spirited snowman brings joy to the little girl as they join forces to elude a greedy magician, who is after his very special hat. You can watch and record Frosty The Snowman from Netflix online.

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4. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1994)

One story that we all wish wouldn’t happen before Christmas. As the spooky horrors of Halloween have followed us all at our wishful time, we celebrate the holiday with some profound consequences. It’s a classic for all ages and highly appreciated with a ranking of 95% on Rotten Tomatoes, this is worth the record. You can watch and record The Nightmare Before Christmas on Netflix online.

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5. Dr. Seuss’: How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966)

A film that can only make you love Christmas even more! The Grinch has a particularly nasty outlook on Christmas and makes it worse by stealing all the local village’s toys. But despite the hatefulness, it has a sense of community power. One of the favorite and most memorable old Christmas movies of our time. You can watch and record How the Grinch Stole Christmas on Amazon Prime Video online.

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6. A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)

Charlie Brown and his pal Snoopy are figures known by every household, inspiring children but also jazz musicians due to Vince Guaraldi’s part in conducting/composing the entire soundtrack. Charlie Brown takes the viewer on a quest to find the true meaning of Christmas. You can watch and record A Charlie Brown Christmas on ABC Go online.

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How to Record Christmas Movies Online

With the best movies on-hand, we have the best tools for recording movies offline. We’re dating back 65 years since the first movie out of our selection was first recorded. Nowadays it’s hard to find a suitable stream which can be recorded online – the quality has surely been lost as technology advances, so it’s absolutely necessary to use the best recording software online to avoid any Christmas Scrooge’s.

Replay Video Capture is the fastest software on the internet for recording movies and is super simple to use. Just play a video online and an exact copy is downloaded to your computer. Just like that. Download it now to get your old Christmas movies up and running.

 

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10 of the Best Scary Movies Online for Your Halloween Fix

While most of the best scary movies are watchable all year round, Halloween is arguably the best time of year to get your fix of spookiness. This year, everyone’s favorite streaming sites certainly do not disappoint — Hulu, Netflix, HBO Go, and much more, are offering up the best of fright-filled film.

You can stream all of the best Halloween movies available online and use the power of Replay Video Capture for Windows or Replay Video Capture for Mac to record every last bit. Save classics and new thrillers alike in high-quality to enjoy anytime, anywhere. Want to learn how to record the best Halloween movies online? Just check out our handy guide here.

Here are some of our favorite Halloween movies available to watch and record:

1. The Sixth Sense (1999)

This Oscar-nominated scary movie classic stars Bruce Willis as a psychologist working with a young boy (Haley Joel Osment) who tells him that he’s seeing ghosts. If you like award-winning actors, incredible performances, and an eerie feeling while you’re watching a movie, The Sixth Sense is for you. You can watch and record The Sixth Sense on Netflix using Replay Video Capture. 

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2. Train to Busan (2016)

The Walking Dead doesn’t have a copyright on zombies. Train to Busan is a heart-pumping thriller following a group of train passengers during a zombie invasion. After getting stuck, the characters do… well, their best. As you can imagine, a lot of people die. But, if you love a good, scary zombie thriller with some unconventional twists, we recommend giving it a try. You can watch and record Train to Busan on Netflix using Replay Video Capture. 

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3. The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

One of the absolute classics of horror film is The Silence of the Lambs. With amazing (and often terrifying) performances by Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lecter, and Jodi Foster as Clarice, an FBI student interviewing him, it’s one that both haunts us and makes us want to watch more. You can watch and record The Silence of the Lambs on Hulu using Replay Video Capture. 

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4. The Addams Family (1991)

Need something to watch that’s good clean fun for the whole family? We wouldn’t exactly call The Addams Family a “scary movie” but it IS a Halloween classic that’s charming, eccentric and just the right amount of creepy and spooky to ring in the season. You can watch and record The Addams Family from Hulu using Replay Video Capture. 

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5. The Blair Witch Project (1999)

In the 90’s, video cameras were life. For actual filming purposes, we know now that it looks super creepy. The Blair Witch Project is a quintessential Halloween movie to really get scared about. Filmed in a mockumentary style, the movie feels just real enough to make you feel uneasy and probably completely unwilling to go into the forest after dark. You can watch and record The Blair Witch Project on HBO Go using Replay Video Capture. 

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6. The Conjuring (2013)

There are some scary movie series that are hyped up way too much, and then there’s The Conjuring. Starring Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as paranormal investigators, let’s just say that a lot of intense, scary ghost activity runs rampant. Based on a real case in Rhode Island, these movies have just enough truth to make us want more. You can watch and record The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2 on HBO Go using Replay Video Capture.

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7. It Follows (2014)

Imagine being possessed by something that would kill you as soon as it touched you? That’s the main premise of It Follows, a more recent horror flick that’s equal parts supernatural and super nightmare-inducing. With a twisted way of contracting the “presence,” as well as getting rid of it, this one has an added layer of scary. You can watch and record It Follows on Netflix using Replay Video Capture.

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8. Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

Satanic evil and the fear around it was huge in the 1960’s, which really lends a hand to the huge success of Rosemary’s Baby, a 1968 classic. With Mia Farrow starring as Rosemary, the story generally follows a woman getting pregnant and having a child, soon to have a Satanic cult after it for sacrifice. You can watch and record Rosemary’s Baby on Hulu using Replay Video Capture.

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9. Split (2017)

Here’s a new M. Night Shyamalan to add to your must-watch list. Split is a film starring James McAvoy as a man living with an extreme multiple personality disorder. After kidnapping three girls and holding them hostage, they must truly understand and even try to befriend the sides of him that could help them escape. You can watch and record Split on HBO Go (arrives October 28) using Replay Video Capture. 

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10. The Dead Zone (1983)

The Dead Zone is an absolute must for any fan of Stephen King of Christopher Walken. Following Johnny Smith, a teacher, who gets in a car crash and ends up in a coma for several years, this complex thriller is deep, action-packed, and full of special effects indicative of the early 80’s. You can watch and record The Dead Zone on Hulu using Replay Video Capture.

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Coming This Fall: New TV Series to Download & Watch Offline

Summer is winding down and your couch has been missing you – it’s time to give it the attention it so desperately needs after the long active months. The impending Fall season this year is FULL of amazing premieres and all the new season starts you’ve been waiting for. Downloading from Netflix? Hulu? HBO? Don’t worry, you’ll be able to record and save from them all.

Replay Video Capture is the #1 media recording tool for downloading and saving online shows. From tried-and-true favorites to everything new coming up this year, you can rest assured that you’ll be able to record all the best shows to watch offline anytime, anywhere. Here’s our list of must-see new TV coming in the next couple of months.

1. Narcos – Season 3

With the hunt for Pablo Escobar finally at a close after season 2, the DEA is shifting focus to a larger, more intimidating threat: the Cali Cartel. Narcos Season 3 is sure to have a lot of the same issues, just with a brand new enemy. It’s an interesting move for the Netflix original series, but we’re pretty excited to see what happens nonetheless. You can stream and record Narcos on Netflix September 1st.

2. BoJack Horseman – Season 4

One of the funniest, strangest animated satirical comedies streaming online is back with season 4 on Netflix. BoJack Horseman has quickly become one of the most well-known, cameo-blasting hits, with special guests from Jessica Biel to Zach Braff to Sir Mix-A-Lot and beyond. Get ready for some of the most talented voice acting of the year. You can stream and record BoJack Horseman on Netflix September 8th.

3. The Mindy Project – Season 6

The Mindy Project is one of those shows that will drag you into every character, make you laugh uncontrollably, sob at somewhat inappropriate times, and jump for joy at every win. Mindy Kaling is an absolute wonder in the final season of the show’s run. Ready for an emotional roller coaster? Grab a friend, a good seat, and some tissues. You can stream and record The Mindy Project on Hulu September 12th.

4. Curb Your Enthusiasm – Season 9

If you’re one of those people that can handle the squirm-inducing scenarios of Curb Your Enthusiasm, you’re one of many within the cult following. The comedic genius of Larry David’s dense, dry humor is overwhelming in the 9th season of the series. Be prepared to hear a lot of whining about Uber, iPhones and other modern-day happenings. You can stream and record Curb Your Enthusiasm on HBO October 1st.

5. Freakish – Season 2

Die-hard zombie apocalypse fan? You’ll probably be into Freakish, a half-hour show that details a group of high school kids and their struggles when mutants suddenly take over. What’s been referred to as The Walking Dead meets The Breakfast Club, Freakish is a charming and creepy series featuring a ton of social media star cameos. You can stream and record Freakish on Hulu October 18th.

6. Stranger Things – Season 2

The Internet quickly obsessed over the child-actor prodigies of Stranger Things. With so much hype after the first original season aired in 2016, fans are aching for more. Eleven and the rest of the crew are coming back for even more monster hunting and butt-kicking. We just recommend keeping the light on… You can stream and record Stranger Things on Netflix starting October 27th.

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Download Streaming Media: 5 Best Websites to Stream & Save

Streaming media like music, movies, and shows online has been around for decades now, but has reached new levels of popularity with the introduction of popular (often paid) services. As cable-cutting becomes more intuitive and budget-friendly, traditional cable subscriptions are increasingly more complicated and pricey. It’s a no-brainer why entertainment enthusiasts are choosing options for streaming media online.

Because no one streaming service is created equal (and can have frequently rotating collections of content), we created the software in Replay Capture Suite to save it all. If you can stream it online, you can record and save it forever, no matter the device or internet connection. Here are our favorite streaming sites to record media online:

Netflix

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A clear winner in many streamers’ eyes, Netflix is powerhouse in the online streaming industry. With so many titles available at any given time, you can stay entertained for hours (as long as you have internet and the titles you want are still there).

To record, download and capture movies and TV shows from Netflix, you can count on Replay Video Capture. To record from Netflix, just get Replay Video Capture, open Netflix and play the video you want to record, then click “Start Recording.” Replay Video Capture will automatically store your recorded content into a high quality format you can watch anywhere.

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HBO

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Want to learn how to record from HBO? You’re not alone. With hugely captivating shows like Game of Thrones, Silicon Valley and The Sopranos, it’s hard to pretend you don’t want to stream and save it all.

You can record HBO movies, series and any other content online with Replay Video Capture and save them all into a high quality format. Just subscribe to HBO Go if you’re a cable subscriber, or HBO Now if you’re not, and you’ll be able to access all of HBO’s media to record for offline use!

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Spotify

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Spotify is a force in the music streaming world. With 20 million songs from thousands of artists in every possible genre, there’s endless music to enjoy – as long as you have a WiFi connection.

Lucky for you, listeners can download music from Spotify and save every track into individual, perfectly-tagged songs using Replay Music – this makes it simple to listen to all your favorite music, anywhere. All you have to do is open the program on your computer, start the music, and click “Record” to record any music from Spotify.

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Soundcloud

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Soundcloud gained its popularity in the MySpace era of the mid-2000’s with their simple platform for musicians to upload and share music. Naturally, this also attracted a lot of listeners, and today the streaming site boasts over 175 million monthly users.

Replay Music is the most powerful way to record Soundcloud music directly to high quality MP3 files. Advanced recording technology captures only the music you want to hear, and never any system sounds or background noises.

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YouTube

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YouTube is home to sensation after sensation, music videos, full video series and even exclusive live streaming events. The entertainment doesn’t have to end when your WiFi fails you or your favorite channel removes some of its best content — Replay Media Catcher lets you download videos from YouTube so you can watch again and again.

With downloads that run 10 times faster than playback speed and lightning-fast conversions, Replay Media Catcher makes it easy to download from YouTube and automatically convert these videos to MP3, WMV, AVI and more. Plus, with a live stream monitor feature, you can actively track and record any YouTube live event.

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How to Download Netflix Shows to Watch Offline

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Netflix is one of those services that brings joy and entertainment anytime… that is, until your Internet connection fails you or is simply unavailable. WiFi meltdowns happen all the time.

Your media library is most useful in places where access to the Internet is limited or nonexistent. And, watching your favorite movies, documentaries and shows is the best way to get through traveling or time spent with terrible WiFi. By recording Netflix with Replay Video Capture, you can watch your entertainment anywhere — even when Netflix is inaccessible.

How to Download from Netflix:

1. Get Replay Video Capture for Mac or Replay Video Capture for PC.

2. Download the file to your computer, then double-click to launch and follow the instructions to install the program.

3. Locate Replay Video Capture in your Applications (or wherever it is saved) and click to open.

4. Next, log in to your Netflix account and open the video you want to capture. Start playing the video, but immediately pause when it begins.

5. Navigate back to Replay Video Capture and click “Get Video” to automatically find and mark the video on your screen.

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6. Resize or move the transparent window to fine tune your recording area, or click “Retry” to redo the detection. You can also mark the recording area manually by using the Mark Video Window button.

7. Click “Record” and Replay Video Capture will automatically start to record the Netflix video in high quality.

8. As you’re recording from Netflix, the Record button will turn into a Stop button, and the Play button becomes Pause. Click on “Stop” when the video has ended.

Voila! Your favorite videos from Netflix are now saved offline. 

Find out how to record more media for offline use, from sites like Spotify, Pandora, YouTube, Hulu and more. 

This article was originally published November 28, 2016.

New on Netflix: What’s Coming This May

Another new month, another chance to enjoy some great new titles on Netflix! Arguably their best and worst quality is the constantly rotating collection of TV shows, movies, and documentaries available; while there’s always something new to watch, you just have to make sure to download from Netflix before your favorites go away.

Get ready for a heap of awesome content coming soon — from Netflix original movies to series specials to mainstream films, there’s a little bit of everything for online streamers. Here’s our pick of some titles coming to Netflix starting May 1st.

Happy Feet (2006)

An animated musical with some of Hollywood’s top stars voicing adorable penguins sounds like just about the most wonderful family movie ever. Happy Feet follows the story of Mumble (Elijah Wood), a young emperor penguin who has a terrible voice but can’t keep from tap-dancing around Antarctica and making a ton of friends along the way. You can watch and download Happy Feet on Netflix, available 5/1.

Forrest Gump (1994)

A forever kind of classic, Forrest Gump is one film you won’t want to miss capturing for your collection. With Tom Hanks in one of his most infamous roles and a young Robin Wright as his illusive co-star, you’ll find yourself within one man’s journey from disadvantaged and disabled to inspirational and completely unrestricted. You can watch and download Forrest Gump on Netflix, available 5/1.

Sense8: Season 2

What would happen if you woke up one day and were suddenly linked, intuitively, to other people around the world? What if you could travel to them in the blink of an eye? Sense8 is an action-packed Netflix original series from The Wachowski sisters (of the Matrix franchise fame) that follows 8 strangers as they navigate the confusing, complicated and often dangerous world they now live in. You can watch and download Sense8: Season 2 on Netflix, available 5/5.

Chelsea: Season 2

America’s snarky sweetheart is back for another season of her talk-meets-adventure show, Chelsea. The hour-long series will feature some amazing in-depth interviews and, of course, her signature envy-inducing dinner parties, airing once weekly, along with a lot of travel and self-exploration. You can watch and download Chelsea: Season 2 on Netflix, available starting 5/5.

Master of None: Season 2

Aziz Ansari drew inspiration from his own personal life experiences to create the characters and situations in Master of None, a wonderfully enjoyable Netflix original comedy. Playing Dev, a struggling actor living in New York, Ansari explores life in the modern era with all of its twists, turns, and weird expectations. You can watch and download Master of None: Season 2 on Netflix, available 5/12.

Inglourious Basterds (2009)

Inglorious Basterds tells the fictional alternate tale of a secret assembly of soldiers on a mission to eliminate the Nazi Germans in WWII. Starring Brad Bitt, Christoph Waltz, Melanie Laurent, and others, it’s a brutal, yet hilarious, account of a plot to assassinate Nazi leaders and navigate the tense era. You can watch and download Inglorious Basterds on Netflix, available 5/22.

House of Cards: Season 5

Conquering Washington, D.C. with skill and ruthlessness is more complicated than the President and First Lady anticipated. Season 5 of our favorite political drama, House of Cards, is set to begin soon, offering with it all of the cold-blooded and calculated political moves we’ve now come to expect. You can watch and download House of Cards: Season 5 on Netflix, available 5/30.

Marvel’s Doctor Strange (2016)

One of Marvel’s more recent blockbuster hits is coming to Netflix earlier than we’d expect. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch as the doctor himself, Doctor Strange follows a neurosurgeon as he attempts to recover from an accident of his own. When traditional medicine fails him, he makes science work for him; but of course, it’s not all good news. You can watch and download Doctor Strange on Netflix, available 5/30.


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Watch Anywhere With the Ultimate Netflix Downloader

What do you do when you want to enjoy your favorite Netflix shows, but lack access to WiFi? If you’re doing things the right way, you’ll have them downloaded and at-the-ready, anytime and on any device.

With its many shortcomings, you can (and should) arm yourself with special tools to help you dive through any obstacles that an Internet connection or Netflix account may throw at you. Replay Media Catcher is a powerful program built to download movies from Netflix and other online streaming websites, so you can watch your favorites at any time.

Why Download From Netflix?

Netflix isn’t perfect, and your viewing location often isn’t either. With the streaming services’ constantly rotating catalog paired with the unreliability of the Internet, WiFi-less traveling and more, it’s more important than ever to keep your favorites offline.

If you don’t know how to download movies and shows from Netflix, you might not be able to see your favorite content if it’s taken down, or when you’re in an area with spotty (or no) Internet connection. When in doubt, it’s always safer to download from Netflix first before enjoying later!

How to Download from Netflix

Replay Media Catcher is the ultimate downloader for Netflix. With advanced technology that downloads at 10x playback speed, seamless integrations with iTunes, Google Drive and more, and a built-in converter that supports all major file types, it’s the best way to capture and save all your favorites to view offline.

1. Get Replay Media Catcher for PC from the website.

2. Download the file to your computer, then double-click to launch and follow the instructions to install the program.

3. Open Replay Media Catcher and click to start the Digital Video Recorder.

5. Navigate over to the Netflix movie(s) or TV show episode(s) you want to record. You can either drag and drop the URLs into Replay Media Catcher OR  download it as you watch.

6. Once downloaded, you’ll notice the file status change to “Complete.” Now you’re ready to save your downloaded Netflix content anywhere!

For a quick tutorial, see our Replay Media Catcher demo video here:

Even More Perks of Replay Media Catcher!

Replay Media Catcher is home to a ton of great features that make it the ultimate Netflix downloader:

  • Use built-in Media Guides to locate movies and TV shows from Netflix without entering the site.
  • Export downloaded Netflix content to iTunes or Windows Media or keep as a simple MP4 video.
  • Save movies and shows on ANY connected device to watch at your convenience, including tablets and smartphones.
  • Turn on Auto Mode to keep Replay Media Catcher on the lookout for any video or online content to download automatically.

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