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GVideoFix is a program that allows you to view downloaded Google Videos in Windows Media Player. It will make your life easier when it comes to converting videos from Google Video. GVideoFix handles parsing and modifying so videos downloaded from Google Video can be played on Windows Media Player and have an AVI extension. Version 2.5.1 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
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All versions:3.9 stars
out of 7 votes
Current version:3.0 stars
out of 2 votes
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"Waste of space"
Version: GVideoFix 2.5.1
I like how easy it is to uninstall as the features are so lacking!
I hate the fact that it requires you to download the file from googlevideo directly into the program. Yet while this is happening there is no progress bar or indication of how long or what speed or anything!!!
Also, I find it sooooo easy to just download the small .gvp file myself, open it in notepad, copy the URL part and then paste that into a download manager like flashget. There! AVI file downloaded fast!
Then the FREEWARE program called gvid2avi or something like that fixes it for playing in all media players. End of. This program is too much for too little and although it is free it is still rubbish in my opinion!