Movier is aimed to help you save and convert Internet videos. The program supports searching on five popular video sharing sites; in addition, you can create new download jobs by adding a single URL or a whole list of addresses from the clipboard. Another way to save videos consists in exploring your browsers’ caches in search of already downloaded clips.
Four of the most popular browsers: Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera - are supported.
The program can also convert your videos automatically after downloading them. Moreover, you are allowed to convert any other video file stored on your local drives. The program comes with several presets in terms of output formats, but if these presets do not meet your needs, you can create and save new ones.
This application’s interface is not very attractive and the functions of some of the tabs can be somewhat confusing at first. However, once you get to know how to use the program, everything will turn out really simple. The program can be configured to save you from doing the same thing every time you start a new task. For example, you can set a default quality to download when a movie is available in different qualities. You can also limit the number of simultaneous downloads as well as the download speed, in order to minimize the negative impact of the application on your general browsing speed. Moreover, the program can be minimized to the system tray while it's doing its job.
In general, Movier comprises several useful functions related to movie downloading and conversion. It can perform both tasks accurately and fast. Unfortunately, I think its interface needs to be redesigned to make it more intuitive and eye appealing.