StreamFab Netflix Downloader for Mac 5.0

Download Netflix movies and TV shows as 1080p MP4 file.
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1. Download Netflix movies and shows from any Netflix website
This Netflix video downloader allows you to download videos from any of the Netflix websites, as long as the place you live is officially covered by the streaming service, such as the U.S., U.K., Germany, Japan, and France.

So, if you come from one of those supported regions, you can download any of your favorite movies and TV Shows from Netflix to your computer for offline playback without being restricted by the annoying streaming limitations.

2. Save the Downloaded Netflix Videos as Universal MP4 Files
With the help of this Netflix downloader, you can save the downloaded Netflix movies and TV Shows as universally compatible MP4 videos that play with no problem on any media players, smartphones and tablets, etc.

In terms of video quality, this software downloads your target Netflix videos in 1080p resolution accompanied with EAC3 5.1 audios. This should be good enough for most of the media players out there.

3. Choose Audios and Subtitles of Your Preferred Language
Choosing the correct audios and subtitles of the language you want is important for a better understanding of the lines, especially when you are listening to a foreign language.

In this regard, Netflix Downloader gives you the freedom to select the audios and subtitles of the language you prefer when downloading the videos you want to keep watching offline many times. And it will choose according to your UI language by default.

4. Save Subtitles as SRT Files or Remux Directly into Videos
When it comes to how you want to handle the subtitles, there are two free choices for you to choose from. You can download the subtitles as standalone .srt files and decide later whether or not to load them with your media player.

Also, you can have the subtitles rendered directly into the video streams so that you will always get subtitles without worrying about if your media player support .srt subtitles. It’s your call, anyway.

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