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2. Right-click on the video and select "show video URL."

Doing this action will allow you to see the YouTube URL where the video resides. This will allow you to see the actual URL and web location where your video resides so you can download it. Once you go to the URL, you can use third-party software such as FLV Downloader to download the video or capture it with onscreen video capturing tools.

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