Udemy Video Downloader: How to Download Udemy Videos
Udemy is one of the best online learning platforms. Some people may prefer to download Udemy videos to their local system after the purchase for offline access, archiving purposes, or situation where the Internet connection is not fast enough to stream without hiccups or buffer phases.
By default, you can only download the videos on your computer if the instructors enabled downloading of their lectures. However, you can always download courses for offline viewing on the Udemy mobile app.
Part 1: How to Download Udemy Videos in PC
Some instructors allow students to download their course. To see if an instructor has enabled downloading for a lecture, move your cursor to the gear icon at the bottom right of the lecture player. If Download lecture is not grayed out, then you will be able to download it to your computer. If the lecture is not available to download, you can try to message to instructor, requesting that they enable downloading. Please note that the final decision is always up to the instructor.
Part 2: How to Download Udemy Videos on Mobile App
Individual lectures, sections, or entire courses can be downloaded for offline viewing on the Udemy mobile app.
Downloading Courses on iOS
Step 1. Tap on the grey download icon on the right hand side of the lecture title.
Step 2. Once the lecture has finished downloading the download icon will turn color. After the lecture has been downloaded, you can watch it an offline setting by tapping the lecture title.
Tips: To avoid unexpected data usage, we recommend downloading lectures to your device when it is connected to Wi-Fi.
Downloading Courses on Android
Step 1: From the Course Curriculum, tap on the download icon, which appears beside the lecture title.
Step 2: Go to the lecture, tap the ellipses at the upper-right corner and choose Save for Offline.
After you download a lecture for offline viewing, the circle icon will turn color. After the lecture has been downloaded, you can watch it an offline setting by tapping the lecture title.