OSIsoft PI Web API I Online Course - Introduction: PI Web API, RESTful Web Services, & HTTP Requests
Is there any way to download these videos?
I want to be able to look at them when not necessarily connected to the internet or where the connection is slow.
Unfortunately there is no way to download these videos through PI Square. If there's a particular video or a handful of videos you're interested in, there are many 3rd party applications that allow you to download videos from YouTube (which is where these videos are hosted). I'd recommend Googling "YouTube downloader" or something similar.
Most of those apps \ site just ask you to provide the URL to the YouTube video, which you can get by clicking the "watch on YouTube" button in the lower right toolbar.
My only word of caution to using offline videos is that you may miss out on any new\updated content that is swapped into the Programming in PI Web API online course.
Thanks. I don't get the YouTube logo on the status bar like you do. Not sure why.
I will have to try and download the tool to save videos from home. Unfortunately our IT policy seems to block the sites that I have tried to use so far.
You might not see the bar because your organization has YouTube blocked. I'd recommend talking to your IT department about this because there is a lot of valuable content on the OSIsoft YouTube Learning Channel.
There's a list of solutions to this on the Learning website - Solutions for Blocked YouTube Users if you'd like options to provide to your IT department.
I was able to install a youtube downloader from home. Our company for some reason blocked the download.
Once I had that installed I was able to download all the videos.
I also downloaded the videos from some of the other courses.
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
Simon,I'm sorry for the inconvenience, but I'm glad you were eventually able to reach the videos! Hopefully your organization sees the value of not blocking YouTube soon so you can more easily access the online courses and other videos in the future!
It’s not OSI’s problem.
I can see the youtube videos interactively, it’s just my company blocks the ability to download.
I have everything I need now.
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