xVideoServiceThief is a tool for downloading your favourite video clips from a lot of video websites. xVideoServiceThief also provide you the ability to convert each video in most popular formats: AVI, MPEG1, MPEG2, WMV, MP4, 3GP, MP3 file formats.
- Cross-platform (Windows, Linux and Mac OS X)
- A lot of services supported (Youtube, Google Videos, etc...)
- Convert videos to common formats
- Based on plug-ins
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I downloaded xVideoServiceThief because my old version needed updating. I installed it and tried and tried to run it but continued to get error: "The program can't start because MSCVP100.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem". Okay. I Googled the dll, found somewhere to download it from. Extracted it to a folder and loaded it into the xVST bin folder and tried to run xVST... same error. I loaded it into one other folder on xVST that held dll files. Tried running it, same error. Last shot I loaded it into my C:Windows/System32 folder. Tried running it again... same error. I'm done trying to figure this out. When I first got xVST it ran like a champ for months and months until I quit using it. Now I can't get the newer version to work at all and all because of a freaking dll file??
It do not works on Windows 8 or 8.1. Please, make it Windows 8-friendly. When I can to run I will write a positive review. =))) Rodrigo César Banhara about.me/apometron
I found your earlier version some time back and it worked great until now, it said that I should upgrade to your new version and I did, now nothing will work, I keep getting this message. ( This application has failed to start because MSVCP100.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem. ) but it still gives the same error and will not work without this dill file. :-(
Indeed not a converter at all as there is no way to add a local file. The drag'n drop window does not accept anything, nor is there an option to open a file on disk. Possibly it is a working download program, though.
Should be classified as a video download utility. Try as I could, it would not convert video files stored on local disk. I really don't need yet another download utility.