How to download a Linkedin video?

Have you seen an interesting video on your news feed and want to upload it to re-share it internally or on your own Linkedin video?
Here is the easiest and most efficient procedure (which does not require any websites or third-party tools infested with ads and / or viruses) to save any video shared on Linkedin by a page or profile.

No, the right click save as on a video (especially sponsored ones for example), will not allow you to save it on your computer or download it.

Here’s the one real trick that always works and doesn’t require any tools.


To download a shared video on Linkedin, nothing could be simpler, you just need:

  • Identify the post with the video you want to retrieve then click on the three dots located at the top right of the latter to obtain the final link of the linkedin post containing the video you want to download. To do this, simply click on ” Copy link to post “.

Paste in the web address bar the link copied previously, you will then arrive on a url such as

  • At this point, all you have to do is retrieve the exact link of the video embedded in the post.
    To do this, right-click just above the video in the publication then click on
    ” Inspect ” / ” Inspect item ” depending on your browser. (Don’t be afraid, you will have access to the source code of the post but there is nothing too complicated).
  • Then you just have to do a CTRL + F (command + F on Mac) then paste in the search bar of
    the inspector to arrive directly on the URL of the Linkedin video to recover and
    which will allow you in the next step to save it on your computer / Macbook.
  • Copy this link then paste the full address in a dedicated tab. Once loaded, all you have to do is right click -> ” Save video as … ” and choose in which folder you want to save your first Linkedin video downloaded without a third-party site or tool .

This Linkedin video recording method is the most reliable, the least risky for your computer / MacBook, and the safest to protect you against possible viruses, popup ads on sites that offer to download for you.

If you wish, you can otherwise download Chrome or Firefox extensions
(as we recommend you to download a Facebook or Dailymotion video )
allowing you to do the same thing but you will unnecessarily burden your browser while this procedure dedicated to Linkedin,
when you will master it, will not take you more than a minute to achieve by downloaded linkedin video .

Disclaimer: All videos hosted on LinkedIn are copyrighted so we urge you to educate yourself about this
and request the necessary recovery permissions before uploading and/or reusing them on your end.

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