Pinterest Video Downloader
Download Pinterest videos and edit them in your browser
Use Flixier to download videos from Pinterest, edit them online and save them to your computer in a matter of seconds. Our Pinterest video downloader and editor runs entirely in your browser, so you don’t need to download or install anything in order to use it. Just click on Get Started, copy and paste the link to your Pinterest video, and you can start working on your project. Our tool is perfect for creating Pinterest video compilations or collages. You can cut out any unwanted parts, combine multiple Pinterest videos together and even add transitions, filters and animated text or titles. Just make sure that you have the original Pinterest author’s permission if you plan to share or upload your new project anywhere!
Combine Pinterest videos easily
You don’t need to be an editing expert to download and combine Pinterest videos using Flixier. Our tool is intuitive and easy to figure out. Just drag your videos and images down to the timeline, arrange them in the order you want and then drag transitions, animated titles, music or other elements over from the menus on the left side of the screen!
Save time with an online Pinterest video downloader
Flixier runs entirely in your browser, which means you can use it to download Pinterest videos in no time. Just copy the link to your video, paste it into our online video editor and you’re good to go. Our powerful cloud servers will process your video and get it ready for you to download to your computer in less than three minutes.
Download Pinterest videos and create a multi-media collage
Combine Pinterest videos together with images, text and GIFs to create beautiful collages using Flixier. Our tool is compatible with all the popular media formats so you won’t have to worry about converting files. What’s more, every video you create using Flixier is saved as an MP4 to ensure that you can play it easily on any device.
Download, cut and share your Pinterest videos to other platforms
Use Flixier to download your Pinterest videos, cut them down to a shorter length, resize them and then share them to other platforms to increase your reach. Flixier lets you give your videos a title, description and thumbnail and publish them to TikTok, Instagram, Facebook or YouTube straight from the editor in order to save you time.
Click on Get Started to open Flixier up in your web browser. Then, when the Import menu pops up, copy the link to your Pinterest post, select the Link option, paste it there and click on Import. Your video will appear in the Flixier library after a few seconds of processing.
Drag the video from your Flixier library down to the timeline at the bottom of the screen. Here, you can cut the video, trim its duration, or convert it from landscape to portrait (or vice versa) using the canvas settings menu. You can also add stock music, transitions, or customizable motion text to your Pinterest video from the menus on the left side of the screen.
When you’re done editing your Pinterest video, click the Export button in the top right corner of the screen. Then, click on Export and Download. Flixier will take a few seconds to process your video and then it will be saved to your computer.
Why use Flixier to download videos from Pinterest?
Save videos from Pinterest and add music to them
You can easily add music to your Pinterest videos with Flixier. Our tool offers a full library of stock music and sound effects which you can add to your videos for free without having to worry about copyright issues. Just open the Audio tab, search for something that fits the mood you’re going for and drag it down to the timeline.
Add transitions to your Pinterest collages
Open Transitions tab on the left side of the screen to browse through our library featuring dozens of free transitions. You can drag these down to the timeline to add them to your clips and then pull on their handles to adjust their speed and duration.
Generate subtitles for your Pinterest videos
Make your videos more accessible by adding subtitles! Use Flixier to generate subtitles for your videos automatically, in over thirty different languages. Our tool even lets you translate the subtitles automatically. You can have them on screen as part of the video or save them separately in a large number of different formats.
Do more than download videos from Pinterest
Flixier is a lot more than a Pinterest video downloader. It’s a full blown video editing platform. You can use it to create professional video presentations, put together vacation videos and invitations, edit YouTube videos and create content for your social media, all in your web browser!
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Frequently asked questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why can’t I download some videos from Pinterest?
Pinterest does not have a built-in way for users to download videos, so if you want to do that you will need to use an online tool like Flixier.
Are Pinterest video downloaders illegal?
As long as you download Pinterest videos for your own personal use (or have explicit permission from the copyright owner to use them in projects), then you’re probably not breaking any law by downloading a video from Pinterest.
Are Pinterest videos copyright free?
No, Pinterest videos are not copyright free. If you want to use a video or image from Pinterest in one of your projects, you should always ask the copyright owner for permission first.