Where is the best place to watch 2012 Summer Olympics? What is the best way to enjoy the 2012 Summer Olympics with excellent picture quality and fast speed? How do we do if we want to save those exciting 2012 Summer Olympic clips and the Olympics Opening Ceremony? Take it easy, let’s explain it one by one.
Part 1. YouTube: The best website for watching 2012 Summer Olympics
What better way to stream videos about the Olympics than from YouTube itself. For those looking to watch this year’s Olympic games, but do not have a cable subscription or just like the feel of YouTube a little better, the International Olympic Committee has you covered. AP reported that the IOC would live-stream over 2,200 hours of the Olympics on to YouTube for those across Asian and in Africa. The program will run from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. London time with 10 streams of different events. Viewers in 64 territories can check the games out on the Olympics channel when they begin July 27.
If you want a little local Canadian flair added to your viewing, there is a dedicated YouTube Channel called CTV Olympics that gives Canadians, an incredible means to view Olympics outside of London. CTVOlympics.ca is an exclusive source for videos and photos related to Olympic athletes, participating countries, the teams involved, event schedules and eventually game results. You can watch this massive event live online on its official YouTube channel as it provides in-depth coverage, sports analysis, athlete bios, and Olympic content right on your browser to viewers in Canada.
Part 2. How to Free Download 2012 London Olympic Games
Even though we can stream Olympic video coverage at YouTube, some people may prefer to be able to free download 2012 London Olympic Game videos for repeat viewing, especially in case the video becomes unavailable online eventually. In most cases (if the video is from YouTube, say), the way to do this with iFunia Free YouTube downloader is fairly simple:
1. Download Free YouTube Downloader for Mac, then install and launch the program.
2. Open your web browser, go to http://www.youtube.com/user/olympic, search 2012 Summer Olympic clips you’d like to download on YouTube.com.
3. Drag and drop the URL of the 2012 Summer Olympic clips to the interface of the YouTube Downloader and the 2012 London Olympic Game will start downloading automatically.
Part 3. The Best Way to Enjoy 2012’s Summer Olympics
The iPad is a great device for laying in bed and watching videos. The retina display on the new iPad 3 makes everything look crisper and more lifelike. With ultrafast 4G LTE it is the best way to enjoy the 2012 Summer Olympics with excellent picture quality and fast speed.
To watching Olympic live on iPad you can use the built-in YouTube App for iPad with internet connection or Wi-Fi connection. Alternately, you can download the 2012 Summer Olympic videos with the Free YouTube downloader above and just use a FLV-capable media player like the excellent and free VLC (all platforms) to watch your downloaded FLVs. Or you can also get iFunia YouTube Converter for Mac which can help you download the 2012 Summer Olympic videos and convert it to popular video format for portables.