SpeedBit Video Accelerator
SpeedBit Video Accelerator
3.2.3.4

2.7

SpeedBit Video Accelerator free download for Mac

SpeedBit Video Accelerator

3.2.3.4
15 September 2011

Accelerates video downloads from YouTube and more.

Overview

SpeedBit Video Accelerator for Mac is a ground breaking application that lets Mac users enjoy the world of Internet video without long frustrating waits. Video Accelerator provides for fast streaming of Web videos from leading sites such as YouTube.

Additionally, SpeedBit Video Accelerator provides blazing fast iTunes downloads speeds, letting you enjoy all your iTunes music, movie, and TV Show purchases even faster. Video Accelerator is powered by SpeedBit's unique patented technology.

Videos are streamed from multiple sources simultaneously ensuring the fastest loading and the most enjoyable user experience. This unique technology is one of the primary reasons SpeedBit was recognized as a 2008 Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum. SpeedBit Video Accelerator supports videos from over 150 leading sites such as YouTube, Yahoo, Dailymotion, Metacafe, Facebook, MySpace, 5min, Veoh, Grouper, Stage 6, AOL Video, Bebo, Break, EA, ESPN and many more. New sites are being added on a continual basis.

What's new in SpeedBit Video Accelerator

Version 3.2.3.4: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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4 SpeedBit Video Accelerator Reviews

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Fhf
31 December 2009

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Speedbit Video Accelerator does seem to work; video downloads are defininitely quicker. But, at least on my old G4 Powerbook, it can take over the CPU pretty completely. After charging all night I unplugged the computer, noticed that the menu bar said that I had just over an hour of battery time left. WTF? Activity Monitor showed Speedbit Video Accelerator using 89, then 90% of the CPU. Turned off SVA from the menu bar. CPU usage stayed at 90%. Quit SVA from Activity Monitor. A few seconds later it popped back up (but this time at a reasonable ~1% CPU usage). I'm not real fond of apps that, A: hog your CPU, and/or B: can't be turned off without a complete uninstall.
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Version 3.0.9.9
Rikyman
02 August 2012
Not compatible with moutain lion...
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Version 3.2.3.4
Rikyman
08 August 2011
By some reason, instalation crashes on Lion, the serials they have sen´t register, and then, unrigester, and when you try to use them again they simply do not work, still waiting for support to reply, no sucess. The accelerator works, but it's impossible to register on lion, and serials keep sayng they are already used.
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Version 3.2.3.3
Fhf
02 April 2010
Wrote the above review a couple of months ago. I just got a new MacBook Pro, and running 10.6.3, SpeedBit Video Accelerator now works flawlessly. YouTube videos download in a few seconds, and Activity Monitor shows no additional load on the system. Highly recommended.
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Version 3.0.9.9
Fhf
31 December 2009
Speedbit Video Accelerator does seem to work; video downloads are defininitely quicker. But, at least on my old G4 Powerbook, it can take over the CPU pretty completely. After charging all night I unplugged the computer, noticed that the menu bar said that I had just over an hour of battery time left. WTF? Activity Monitor showed Speedbit Video Accelerator using 89, then 90% of the CPU. Turned off SVA from the menu bar. CPU usage stayed at 90%. Quit SVA from Activity Monitor. A few seconds later it popped back up (but this time at a reasonable ~1% CPU usage). I'm not real fond of apps that, A: hog your CPU, and/or B: can't be turned off without a complete uninstall.
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Version 3.0.9.9
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Fhf
Fhf
02 January 2010
UPDATE: Discovered that the raging CPU problem was due to some sort of unhappy interaction with ClickToFlash, which is a flash-blocking app. ClickToFlash has an option to 'Play H264 videos in Quicktime'. If that is checked, SpeedBit Video Accelerator would have a problem, at least on my computer. Now that I've unchecked that box in ClickToFlash, SpeedBit Video Accelerator seems to work fine, with no CPU issues.
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Version 3.0.9.9
$24.95

2.7

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
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