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How to Record Videos from Hulu & Watch Shows Offline Anywhere

Hulu is an incredible streaming platform if you love watching TV shows, movies, and other video clips online. With all kinds of online video entertainment and free access to a lot of content, it’s one of the best ways to stay up-to-date on your favorites.  Streamers and cable-cutters agree — Hulu is an awesome service, but unfortunately it doesn’t allow you to watch Hulu offline or without WiFi. And, when the platform removes your favorite shows and movies, how will you ever watch them again?

Replay Video Capture is a powerful streaming video downloader that lets you easily record Hulu videos. After recording movies and TV shows from Hulu, you’ll always have your perfect media collection, and will never have to worry about being offline or without WiFi again!

How to Record from Hulu:

After you get Replay Video Capture for Mac or Replay Video Capture for PC, follow the simple instructions to record from Hulu. Follow these steps for the PC version:

1. Launch your new software! It’ll look like this:

2. Log in to your Hulu account and open the Hulu video you want to capture, and start playing the show or movie.

3. Head back to Replay Video Capture and select “Get Video” to automatically find the video on your screen. You can also resize or move the window to narrow down your recording area, click “Retry” to redo the detection, or mark the recording area manually by using the Mark Video Window button.

4. Click “Record” and Replay Video Capture will automatically start to record videos from Hulu in high quality. As you’re recording from Hulu, the Record button will turn into a Stop button, and the Play button becomes Pause. Click on “Stop” when the video has ended. 

With Replay Video Capture, you can schedule Hulu recordings, boost the volume of the audio, and even stream and record from Hulu in “background mode” to use your browser while the recording is happening — it’s the best way to make lightning-fast, production quality video recordings of all of your favorite movies and series, so you can record from Hulu and watch anywhere.


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Learn more about how to record and download Hulu videos in our User Guides:

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This article was originally published on March 2, 2017.

The State of Online TV Streaming: Today’s Top Players

Online streaming has rapidly become the must-have accessory in this big, digital world of ours. People far and wide are cutting the cable cord and adopting streaming services to get their fix of sitcoms and late-night movies, either through the computer or channeled directly to the television set.

It was shared in Statista that last year alone “seventy-six percent of American households reported having a video-on-demand subscription,” and that percentage is only growing as the convenience factor is too tempting to pass up.

With access to nearly any television show, documentary, classic film or big time Hollywood flick, it’s really no wonder that so many are drawn to the broad, always-on collection. If you have decent Wi-Fi and a connected device, you’ve got access to it all.

Top Players

As it’s pretty easily assumed, the biggest names in online streaming subscriptions today are Netflix and Amazon, with the Hulu Package holding up third place. Some families subscribe to all three, but most have just one of the services: Netflix. In fact, Netflix is in 36% of all American TV households, while Amazon is in 13% and Hulu Plus is in 6.5%, according to Nielsen.


Just this summer, Netflix surpassed 65 million subscribers with its $8/month service, and expanded its reach internationally, grounding its roots as the world’s most popular streaming service. With the creation of its Netflix Originals, such as “Orange is the New Black,” “Daredevil” and “House of Cards,” along with close to 7,000 other titles, consumers are loving the high-quality video content within a binge watching-enabled platform.

Learn how to record movies and shows from Netflix.


At 40 million subscribers, some arguably coming by association with it’s Prime Package, Amazon ranks second on the list of most-used streaming subscriptions. While they may not have as many attractive titles in their collection, they do have the pull of their popular Prime plan that offers unlimited video streaming in addition to free 2-day shipping in their online marketplace for $99/year.

Learn how to record movies and shows from Amazon.


Hulu lags behind with 9 million subscribers, though they experienced a generous percentage of growth from 2014 to 2015. With a recent partnership with Showtime, along with the extensive collection of media, they hope to expand their customer base even more rapidly.

Learn how to record movies and shows from Hulu.

6 Spooky Halloween Movies to Stream & Save

Halloween is the best time of year to get your fix of scary films, and this year the top streaming sites are offering up the best in horror and fright.

Stream spooky movies from your browser and use Replay Video Capture to keep all the content in whatever format you want! Just fire up the software, start playing your top picks on Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime, and start recording!

Here are some of our favorite Halloween movies available online now:

1. A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014)

The eerily exhilarating story of an Iranian-girl-turned-vampire in the fictional ghost town, Bad City. Captured in black-and-white, this ghostly flick will give you goosebumps. Now streaming on Amazon Prime and Netflix.

2. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

Visiting a cemetery is never as simple as it sounds. The original, classic zombie movie, Night of the Living Dead is the story of a group of frantic people hiding from the bloodthirsty undead in a rickety farmhouse. Now streaming on Hulu.

3. The Babadook (2014)

When a strange book becomes reality for a single mother and her son, nightmarish things happen. This modern-day boogeyman flick will make you want to hide under the bed until morning. Now streaming on Amazon Prime and Netflix.

4. Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986)

Based on the true story of the life of Henry Lee Lucas and the early beginnings of his ruthless killing spree. You won’t find any compassion in this gruesome tale. Now streaming on Hulu and Amazon Prime.

5. Under the Skin (2013)

A seductress drives a van around the roads of Scotland in search for lonely men to prey on. Unsettling and captivating at the same time, you won’t be able to peel your eyes away. Now streaming on Amazon Prime.

6. The Lazarus Effect (2015)


Bringing the dead back to life will never not be terrifying. In this modern-day horror film, medical students discover a way to bring the dead back to life. Nothing could go wrong…right? Now streaming on Amazon Prime and Netflix.

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