Thanks to a new addition to Google’s Takeout service, YouTube users can now download all of their videos in one fell swoop. For those unfamiliar, Google’s Takeout service, which is a part of Google’s “Data Liberation Front,” allows users to download key data hosted by Google in one file. Data includes Google Docs, chat history, Picasa albums, and now YouTube videos. To download videos from Google Takeout, you simply visit the source link we provided below and begin downloading the videos in a few simple clicks without any transcoding whatsoever. How nifty! [Takeout via Data Liberation Blog]

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