The final destination of videos after being downloaded varies according to the operating system (OS) and browser you're using. However, it is most common for videos to be saved in the "Downloads" folder on Windows and Mac computers. If you're not sure where your downloaded videos are located, you can quickly access your download history by pressing "CTRL + J" on your browser.
This issue is a common one, particularly when using browsers other than Google Chrome. To fix it, try right-clicking on the "Download Video" link instead of left-clicking, and then select "Save As...". You'll then be able to choose the location where you'd like to save the video.
Yes, FBDOWN.ME is fully functional on Android devices when using the Chrome browser. For iOS devices, there is a guide available called "How to Download Facebook Videos on iPhone or iPad" that can help you save Facebook videos to your camera roll.
Yes, you can download Facebook Live videos, but only after the live stream has ended.
Videos that contain copyrighted music are often the most affected by this issue. However, there is a solution. Simply click on "Video with No Audio" on the download page of the video you want to download, and you'll be able to convert the video with audio.
No, FBDOWN.ME does not store or keep a copy of downloaded videos. All videos are hosted on Facebook's servers, and the service does not keep track of our users' download history, making it completely anonymous.