Media Center Safari Extension
Media Center Safari Extension
2.3

3.3

Media Center Safari Extension free download for Mac

Media Center Safari Extension

2.3
22 March 2015

Allows you to download HTML5 media.

Overview

Media Center Safari Extension adds contextual menu items to links and HTML5 media elements that allow you to download a media resource, open it in the QuickTime Player application, or view it on an Apple TV (or any compatible AirPlay device). It also provides a toolbar button to stop playback on the Apple TV.

Features:
  • Works with HTML5 videos on YouTube, Vimeo, and Dailymotion
  • Works with HTML5 videos created by the YouTube5 extension
  • Localized in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Turkish, Norwegian, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese

What's new in Media Center Safari Extension

Version 2.3:
  • Ignore HTML5 videos using MSEr

15 Media Center Safari Extension Reviews

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PorkPieHat
10 December 2011

Most helpful

Love this. Doesn't work all the time, but I've yet to find ANY video app that always works on OS 10.7. When Media Center does work, I can download a video I find on the web by simply right-clicking it and selecting "Download Video" — easy peesie.
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Version 1.1
rtheone
04 January 2016
Doesn't work on El Capitan.
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Version 2.3
Volcanus
30 June 2015
Works fine also if no Flash is installed. Only one complaint: If I download a video from Youtube, the file is not named with performer and title. Clicktoflash does this in a nice way.
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Version 2.3
Grace67
30 April 2015
too basic. Total Video Downloader for Mac is more powerful http://www.etinysoft.com/total-video-downloader-mac.html
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Version 2.3
1 answer(s)
Libertyforall1776
Libertyforall1776
08 June 2015
TVD is also NOT free, unlike Media Center extension... I love the later to shuttle web videos direct to my Apple TV via AirPlay!
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alanB8048
22 March 2015
Yosemite 10.10..2 don't working for me
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Version 2.3
mpiekielnik
22 October 2014
Excellent, simple, well integrated. Still works with Yosemite and Safari 8.
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Version 2.2
Cerniuk (Hates Captcha)
06 November 2013
Awesome!!! Does what VideoBox was suppose to do, download video and do it smoothly. No fuss no muss interface. No brainer, get this now. Thank the developer. Developer, get this into the App store and let everyone give you 0.99 and I wager it will be worth your while.
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Version 2.2
Rickd7594
28 October 2013
Very basic but it does his job.
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Version 2.1
demandgold
09 November 2012
Can someone tell me why this extension stopped working. It worked great for awhile and i have changed nothing, one morning it just stopped working! If no one has answers does anyone know what i can replace it with. All I want to do is send videos from safari to apple tv without using mirroring!
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Version 1.9
demandgold
09 November 2012
Can someone tell me why this extension stopped working. It worked great for awhile and i have changed nothing, one morning it just stopped working! If no one has answers does anyone know what i can replace it with. All I want to do is send videos from safari to apple tv without using mirroring!
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Version 1.9
Jolly-joker
15 July 2012
It doesn't work at all for me. Nor in youtube, nor in Vimeo. If I right click on a video to show the contextual menù, there aren't the options that "media center" should add. Am I missing something or simply the extension is not working? P.S. I use an appleTV 3rd gen, Mac OS 10.7.4, and Safari 5.1.7
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Version 1.8
3 answer(s)
Marc Hoyois
Marc Hoyois
16 July 2012
You're probably right-clicking on Flash objects. This extension affects the context menu on HTML5 videos (for example it works on Vimeo if you use Vimeo's HTML5 player). You can make sure that it works on http://www.macslocum.com/html5-video.html.
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Jolly-joker
Jolly-joker
17 July 2012
Ok, and is it possible also for youtube?
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Marc Hoyois
Marc Hoyois
17 July 2012
> Ok, and is it possible also for youtube? No, because YouTube prevents the context menu from appearing on its HTML5 videos. To send YouTube videos to your Apple TV you can use ClickToPlugin or ClickToFlash.
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Free

3.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.0 or later
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