To download a video, click the "Download" button that appears below the video player. Once you’ve done that, a little menu will appear, and depending on what the video's creator has designated, you’ll see links for several different versions of the video, including a mobile, SD, and/or HD file. You’ll need to decide which version of the video you’d like to download, and click to make the magic happen.
Depending on your browser, clicking the link may result in the video playing in a new tab instead of downloading the file to your computer. Don’t panic! If this occurs:
- Windows ユーザー : リンクを右クリックして「名前を付けて保存」もしくは「対象をファイルに保存」を選択します。
- For Mac users: Hold down the Control key on your keyboard and click the link, then choose “Save link as” or “Download linked file"
Some people would rather not allow their videos to be downloaded, and we respect that. Under Privacy Settings, we let our members specify whether they want to allow downloading. If a member has disabled downloading, you won’t see the "Download" button on the video page.
To disable downloads of all your videos, go to the Upload defaults tab of your account settings, uncheck the box next to "Download them" (under the "What can people do with your videos?" heading), check the box next to "Also apply to existing videos," and then hit the "Save" button.
Plus, PRO, and Business members have the ability to store their original, untranscoded source files right here on Vimeo. This means that, if you are a Plus, PRO, or Business member that chooses to store your source files, you will always be able download your original file, as long as you maintain your paid subscription with us. You can choose to make your original file downloadable by others, too.
Please note that logged out viewers, or viewers without a Vimeo account, will not have the ability to download source files, though they will be able to download the converted MP4 versions of the videos. Exceptions are made for PRO and Business Video Review and Portfolio pages.
While Basic members can indeed download the source files made available by Plus, PRO, and Business members, they do not have the ability to store or share their own source files on Vimeo.