How to Download Movies and Transfer Them to a USB Flash Drive

With the popularity of streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu, it’s difficult to find movies for download. Although some services allow you to save movies for offline viewing, you cannot store them on a USB drive. This ementes will show you how to legally download movies from the internet and save them to a removable flash drive.


1. Look for a movie to download. It is illegal to download commercial movies from the internet unless you find a movie that is freely available in the public domain. This means that downloading that free Avengers movie from a torrent site could result in a fine ranging from $750 to $30,000.  That is one pricey film! Instead, use one of the following sites to download movies that will not get you in trouble with the law:

Internet Archive’s Feature Films

Vuze StudioHD Network (requires a Bittorrent client)

Public Domain Torrents (requires a Bittorrent client).

You can also check out How to Download YouTube Videos to learn how to download videos from YouTube—just make sure you have permission first.

There are tons of movie torrent websites out there. Just remember that downloading copyrighted movies is illegal and people definitely do get caught (especially when they aren’t using safe VPNs).

2. Install the video file on your computer. The steps for doing so vary depending on the type of site you’re using. If you’re using the Internet Archive or another non-torrent site, simply click the movie’s title and then click the Download button. It could resemble an upside-down arrow or contain information about the video’s size and/or resolution. Follow these steps if you’re using a torrent site like Vuze or Public Domain Torrents:

If you haven’t already, download and instal a Bittorrent client. uTorrent and the original BitTorrent are two popular options.

Select the Download link, which may appear as a downward-pointing arrow or even a link with the video’s size and/or resolution. This will save a file with the extension “.torrent” to your computer.

Double-click the.torrent file you downloaded in your default downloads folder. This will launch your BitTorrent client.

If you haven’t yet configured your BitTorrent client, you’ll usually be prompted to choose a download location. Your download should begin right away.

3. Connect your flash drive to the computer. It should be able to plug into a USB port on your computer.

If your computer lacks standard USB-A ports, you’ll need a Thunderbolt 3-to-USB adapter or a USB-C flash drive.

4. Copy your movie file. Click the downloaded movie file, then press Ctrl+C (PC) or ⌘ Command+C to copy it. If you’re using a Mac, you can also copy the file by clicking the Edit menu and selecting Copy (movie name).

5. Launch This PC (PC) or Finder (Mac) and navigate to the Macfinder2.png image. If you’re using a PC, type this pc into the search bar and press the Enter key. If you’re using a Mac, go to the Dock and click the two-toned smiley face icon, which is usually at the bottom of the screen.

6. Take out your flash drive. Double-click its icon in the centre panel if you’re using Windows. Click it in the left panel if you’re using a Mac.

If you’re using Windows and don’t see anything under “Devices and drives,” double-click the heading.

7. Select Paste from the menu that appears when you right-click a blank area of the flash drive. This saves the film to your flash drive. If the movie is a large file, this could take some time.

If you’re using a Mac, you can also select Paste from the Edit menu.

8. Remove your flash drive. You can safely eject the flash drive after the movie file has been successfully transferred to it. If you’re using a Mac, in the left panel, click the upward-facing arrow to the right of the flash drive’s name. If you’re using Windows, select Eject by clicking the flash drive-shaped icon in the bottom-right corner of the screen.

9. Take out your flash drive. You can remove your flash drive from your computer’s port when prompted.

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