Video Streaming Special: British Pathé Project

Audials allows you to record the best clips from a library of 85,000 videos

What is British Pathé?

British Pathé is one of the oldest companies in media worldwide, as it was established 1902 in London. The company produced weekly news programs and other formats for movie theaters and had gathered 3,500 hours of film history by 1970, consisting of more than 90,000 single clips. This material has been used in TV shows, videos, advertisements, company productions and on the internet around the world for the past 30 years.

85,000 Clips by British Pathé on YouTube

For some time the enormous archive of 85,000 videos of the British Pathé can be found on YouTube. It comprises a collection of important historic events and also of the changing social activities. There is content on subjects such as fashion, sports, war and travel.

All British Pathé videos on several YouTube channels

Besides the main channel "British Pathé" (on which videos on any subject for example war, sports, inventions, fun, music, celebrities or catastrophes can be found) there are also thematically separated channels on YouTube, dedicated to a certain subject:

The channel "WarArchives" is full of film material of different wars, battles and on other military events or issues can be found.

"VintageFashion" is the channel for all fans of historic fashion, fashion shows and makeup.

Videos on the most important historic events from the world of sports between 1890 and 1970 can be found on the channel "SportingHistory".

The best historic videos available anytime, anywhere

With Audials One, Audials Tunebite Platinum, Audials Moviebox and Audials Mediaraptor one click is enough to download the best videos

To be able to view the many videos on all subjects on British Pathé not only online on YouTube, but also offline on your own own PC, smartphone, tablet or games console, you can simply record, store and convert them to the format that suits you using Audials. This way you have top video entertainment with you even when you are not at home!

The best of British Pathé Videos to download
Arnold Schwarzenegger Wins Mr Universe (1969)
Titanic Footage & Survivors Interviews
Hindenburg Disaster Real Footage (1937)
Clothing of the Future!
Princess Grace Kelly Footage
Pearl Harbour Attacked (1941)
The Queen as a Mechanic (1945)
First Ever Monaco Grand Prix (1929)
Pele's World Cup Final Performance (1958)
Queen Victoria's Funeral (1901)

Very nice. What do with these links now?

Start Audials. In the Save video tab of the Audials software change the desired video format from WMV for PC to MP4 or another file format for smartphones and tablets. Then simply copy the link to the video from here and paste it into the field "Paste a video URL". After clicking on Record the video is downloaded, converted and stored in the desired format on your hard disk. How does recording from video libraries work?