Download Video from LinkedIn [Computer/Online/Mobile] ⬇️

How to download videos from LinkedIn post, page, message, event, and learning? This article will specify 5 ways to efficiently save these videos for offline viewing or sharing.

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Dawn Tang

Updated on May 09, 2024

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Key Tips

📥 To download videos from LinkedIn on your computer, simply open EaseUS Video Downloader and click "Paste Link" to paste the video URL. Customize the output format and video quality and access your video in the "Finished" section.

📥 For online downloading, copy the LinkedIn video URL, paste it into Taplio's search box, click "Download Your Video," select storage, and click "Save."

📥On your mobile phone, log in to your member account on the LinkedIn Learning app, find the course, tap "Download" for the whole course, or tap the three dots next to specific videos to download.

Can you download videos from LinkedIn? The answer is yes, but partially. Why? LinkedIn only allows users to download videos that they've uploaded or save courses on the mobile app.

However, this limitation doesn't mean you're entirely out of luck if you want to save videos from LinkedIn. In this article, we'll explore five alternative methods to download videos from LinkedIn, whether they're your own uploads, learning courses, or videos shared by others.

Download Video from LinkedIn Post/Page on Computer

To save videos from LinkedIn posts, pages, or messages, you can apply free third-party tools. Desktop software and code inspection are here to streamline the process and download video from the website on your Mac.

EaseUS 8K Video Downloader

At the top of the list is an easy 8K video downloader available on both Windows and macOS. This desktop software allows you to download LinkedIn posts/pages/messages/chat/story videos in bulk. Depending on the original video quality, you can save them in 4K and even 8K resolution. It is so user-friendly that anyone can master how to download a video from a link in seconds.

On top of that, this video downloader supports other 1000+ platforms and sites, so you can basically download embedded videos from any page, such as Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Discord, etc. And even convert some videos to MP3.

Key Features

  • Download LinkedIn posts/pages/messages/chat videos.
  • Save channels, playlists, tabs, GIFs, thumbnails, and subtitles easily.
  • Support thousands of platforms and websites.
  • Download videos in 4K in batch.

Free download the tool to keep LinkedIn videos in few clicks.

Save LinkedIn videos on your computer:

Step 1. Open EaseUS Video Downloader on your PC, paste the video URL, and click "Paste Link" to start downloading.


Step 2. Click "Download" to choose the output format and adjust the video quality as needed.


Step 3. Once the download is complete, find your video in the "Finished" section.


Disclaimer: This guide is for personal use only. EaseUS is not affiliated with the video-sharing site and does not condone copyright infringement. Users are responsible for their actions.

Code Inspection for Any Site

There is another way without the need to install third-party software and can be applied to nearly any website. By inspecting the web code, one can find the desired images or videos under the Network > Media tab. However, you should also note that the video quality is relatively low. Here's how to inspect the video on LinkedIn.

Step 1. Open LinkedIn on the browser and log in to your account.

Step 2. Find the video you want to download and right-click outside the video to select "Inspect," or press F12 to do that. This will turn the page into a phone view.


Step 3. Find the "Network" tab and the media option. Play the video and press F5 to refresh the page.


Step 4. Wait a few moments, and you'll see the MP4 video. Right-click it to "Open in a new tab."


Step 5. Click the three dots and select "Download" or right-click the video to "Save video as."


Save LinkedIn Video Message/Event/Learning Online

Online service is a quick fix for anyone who doesn't want to install an app or log in to an account. Taplio LinkedIn video downloader is a web-based free tool without login to download videos from internet to computer. This downloader saves various types of LinkedIn videos, including messages, events, learning pages, and posts. But you cannot customize the video resolution. And ads can be annoying sometimes.

Step 1. Copy the LinkedIn video URL, find Taplio LinkedIn video downloader and paste it to the search box.


Step 2. Click on "Download Your Video" and a pop-up window to select the storage location appears. Then, click "Save."


Get Video from LinkedIn Chat/Learning on Mobile

Things are also possible if you're holding a phone and trying to save videos on iPhone from the internet. You can count on an iOS shortcut or the LinkedIn built-in method.

Save Video to iPhone Gallery

Routinehub is a free iOS shortcut for downloading videos, photos, stories, and snaps from any website, such as YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, LinkedIn, Twitter, VK, Facebook, and more. The setup process is simple. However, as with other shortcuts, you cannot define the video quality.

Step 1. Open Safari on your iPhone and visit the Routinehub. Click "Get Shortcut."


Step 2. Click "Set up Shortcut" > "Next"> "Add Shortcut" to add the shortcut to your phone.


Step 3. Open your LinkedIn app on your phone or access it online. Find the video and click three dots to choose "Share via."


Step 4. Choose R⬇Download to trigger it. Allow the prompts to appear, and after that, you'll find your video in the gallery.


Download the Learning Course on Android

To save LinkedIn Learning videos for offline viewing on Android phones, membership is required. Some courses are free and some require paid subscription, users can only download the free or purchased courses on their phones.

To download the Learning courses to your phone:

Step 1. Log in to your LinkedIn Learning account and go to the course.

Step 2. Tap on the "Download" icon located under the course title for the whole course. In the pop-up window, tap on "Download"(iOS) or "Download Now" (Android).


Step 3. For specific videos, tap the right of the video and three dots to download it.

Unlock the secrets to downloading LinkedIn videos and spread the word on social media!


Wrapping up

Now, you know exactly how to download videos from LinkedIn. Whether it's through dedicated software, browser inspection, online tools, shortcuts, or LinkedIn's built-in functionality for members, each approach comes with its own set of advantages and drawbacks.

If you're seeking a hassle-free, one-time download solution, Taplio fits the bill perfectly. Alternatively, if video quality isn't your primary concern, delving into code inspection or utilizing Routinehub might suffice.

However, for desktop users craving HD videos in bulk from LinkedIn and a plethora of other sites, EaseUS Video Downloader emerges as the ultimate solution with its compatibility with over 1000 platforms.

Download Video from LinkedIn FAQs

1. Can you download files from LinkedIn?

Yes, you can download files from LinkedIn if they have been shared as documents. Here's how:

  • View the document in full-screen mode.
  • Look for the Download icon in the top-right corner.
  • Click on the Download icon to save the document to your device.

2. Can I download LinkedIn learning videos to my computer?

No, you cannot download LinkedIn learning videos to your computer. The platform is designed for online streaming, and the content is meant to be accessed through their website or mobile app.

3. Can you download a post from LinkedIn?

You can find the option to download your LinkedIn data in the settings of your LinkedIn account. It's usually located under the "Data Privacy" section. Once you're there, you'll see an option to download various types of data, such as your connections, messages, posts, and more.

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