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How to download images from a list of URLs?
Friday, September 07, 2018
Currently Octoparse doesn't support for extracting the images directly from the website, but only their URLs. After exporting the extracted data, you would get a list of image URLs.
No one wants to load every single URL—especially when there’re hundreds of thousands of them— in the browser and right click to save the image file one by one. Hence, a bulk download tool will be the best choice.
There are various downloaders on the Internet, each of which has its own powerful features. Here we'd like to share with you two highly friendly-to-use free downloaders that allow to paste in/import a list of URLs directly.
Type: Chrome Extension
Note: Just paste in the URLs, and it will download the images one by one. You can manage the process in Chrome Downloads.
Free Download Manager
Type: Desktop software (support for both Windows and Mac OS)
Note: It supports for pasting in URLs from your clipboard to create batch downloads. Fast and efficient, especially useful for large downloads.
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