This tutorial explains how to save YouTube playlist to PC in one click. You can save any public YouTube playlist to PC without any hassle. YouTube playlist can be saved to PC as a text file, HTML file, or both. The saved file contains the title, URL, time duration, and artist name for each individual track available in that particular YouTube playlist. So, you are able to backup YouTube playlist with all the meaningful information.
To save YouTube playlist to PC, I have covered a free software, known as “Youtube Export“. The name of this software itself gives some hint what it does. I tried this software with 4 public YouTube playlists and the software worked as expected.
In the screenshot above, you can see text file which contains URLs of tracks and other information available in a particular YouTube playlist.
And in the screenshot visible below, you can see HTML file containing tracks of the same YouTube playlist.
How To Save A YouTube Playlist To PC In One Click?
Step 1: Use the link given at the end of this tutorial to download this software. This is a portable software, so installation is not needed.
Step 2: Execute “YoutubeExport.exe” application and its interface will open.
Step 3: Paste the URL of a public YouTube playlist on the available box.
Step 4: Select any of the two options or both of them: Save .txt (tab delimited text file) and Save .html playlist.
Step 5: Click on the Refresh button. Now all you need to do is wait until the process is completed. It depends on the total number of tracks available in that playlist.
When the process is completed, the text and/or HTML file is created and saved automatically in the same folder where YoutubeExport.exe application is available.
In this way, you can save any other public YouTube playlist to PC.
This is a fantastic software for exporting a YouTube playlist easily. It works well for both text and HTML files as both of those files contained all tracks of YouTube playlist. I find HTML file better than text file as I was able to view thumbnails of tracks and playing a particular track was just a matter of click. In the text file, I had to copy the link first and then paste it into the browser tab to open it. Still, it’s up to you which format you like to export YouTube playlist to PC.