Hi! My name is Joanne and I teach English in Lisette the smallest French town. It’s in a down-south part of the town which means that we only take on one class of students per year. Sometimes, we also mix classes to accommodate the requirements of different grades. However, this isn’t about our hardships. Since our school is among the least frequented in the area, they want to shrink its size to a parking lot so that all students can take buses to the main school district. They’ll guarantee me employment with a better salary if school closes. I’m ok with that.
We will continue our studies while we are at it. Our favorite thing to do Choose a few of the most popular videos from Youtube and attempt to translate the videos into our own language. Sometimes, it’s difficult as we may encounter slang, slur or even bad language. We then move onto different topics. These could be news about TV shows, celebrities actors, or even celebrities. Other times the rap starts. I noticed that the majority of the time, we would run into garbage talk. Therefore, I decided to make videos at home and then censor the content in any way I could, and select videos that have better dialogue that are more educational and not just curse words riding on the dirty statements. Because we are so far from the internet access points, we do not always have access to wifi at school. This can cause plans to view Youtube videos to be a failure.
So, I started downloading videos from Youtube ahead of each lesson. This helped me easily screen the material and improve the quality and value of the whole piece. I can delete the irrelevant material and save it. I typically download around 10-15 videos per lesson. Then, it removes ads from the video. This is very helpful because I don’t want my children to see the advertisements I show at home. In keeping only half the content in mind, I made up approximately 1.5 to two hours worth of videos. Kids are cruel. Sometimes, they berate certain videos, while others will be awed by them.
My process of preparing is easy. I first find the videos I want to download and then add them to a playlist I keep secret. Following that, I simply copy URL and go to any of three websites that can help me. Converto was the first one, followed by Y2mate. If all three do not work 2conv is my preferred. Because it can sometimes be compatible with German videos, the last one is typically the last one to test. However it isn’t a fan of playlists so it’s strictly my preference. Converto is compatible with playlists of videos. It displays all videos and provides suggestions to download them one at a time or converting them to mp3/mp4 format. Converto works well, is safe and has no ads at all at least for the moment. Additionally, it’s accessible in over two dozen languages so it’s extremely useful for everyone.
Although Y2mate is my second option, I sometimes choose it first. While it’s clear that the other will not assist, it’s a good option. What I do not like about Y2mate are all the redirects and advertising banners. It’s too commercial and difficult to use. You are constantly distracted by popups. Similar to 2conv, but at least, they’re more like static banners, so more appealing. There are translations available for other languages, though they are much less than the 1st option. While they’re safer than the previous ones, they still present danger and could be malware if someone is willing to accept their ads. Be careful in the event that these sites are being utilized. You will also find less websites to download videos and convert them into mp3 or 4. This is since they don’t.
In the end I would rather collaborate with established names rather instead of new sites. People who have demonstrated their survival skills are still active despite constant scrutiny from labels and the authorities. I love it that the site I love is accessible online. My Youtube converter performed well. It’s worth a an attempt.