If you like online courses to learn something new and get improve your skills in various subjects, you probably know Udemy. You might download Udemy courses. Udemy is the world’s online learning marketplace, where 9 million+ students are taking courses in everything from programming to yoga to photography–and much, much more. Each of the Udemy 35,000+ courses is taught by an expert instructor, and every course is available on-demand, so students can learn at their own pace, on their own time, and on any device.
How Udemy Work?
There are lot’s of courses on Udemy from free courses to premium courses. Some courses are cheap to start from $5 and some are very expensive. You can participate in free courses just with a simple account. No need to issue a credit card or any other identification card.
But you need to download the courses which you have purchased or free courses. The IDM will download videos of course one by one. But with the Udemy-dl tool, you can download all your courses at once. Just need to run the tool through the command line (cmd) on Windows and (Terminal) on Linux.
How to Download Udemy Courses?
The developer of this tool created this app to download udemy courses for personal offline use. I have tested on a free course that works perfectly. Try to download the courses you have paid for offline watching.
1. Find and download the udemy-dl from the Github website, where you can find more open-source tools. The file contains python scripts for Linux and an exe file for Windows.
2. Run the application through the command prompt in Windows and Terminal on Linux. Just do it like the below screenshot.
3. When you run the tool from the command line, run the .exe file from the dist folder then paste the URL of your course and press enter. When asking for your email address, type your email and password to connect to Udemy and start downloading your course.
Simple to Advanced Usage
If you want to know more about these command-line tools, read the below usage guides of Udemy-dl from the developer website.
udemy-dl.exewith the full URL to the course page.
udemy-dl.exewill ask for your udemy username (email address) and password then start downloading the videos.
udemy-dl.exewill create a subdirectory based on the course name. If you wish to have the files downloaded to a specific location, use the
If you wish, you can include the username/email and password on the command line using the -u and -p parameters.
udemy-dl.exe -u email@example.com -p $ecRe7w0rd https://www.udemy.com/COURSE_NAME
For information about all available parameters, use the
usage: udemy-dl.exe [-h] [-u USERNAME] [-p PASSWORD] [--lecture-start LECTURE_START] [--lecture-end LECTURE_END] [-o OUTPUT_DIR] [-v] link Fetch all the videos for a udemy course positional arguments: link Link for udemy course optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -u USERNAME, --username USERNAME Username/Email -p PASSWORD, --password PASSWORD Password --lecture-start LECTURE_START Lecture to start at (default is 1) --lecture-end LECTURE_END Lecture to end at (default is last) -o OUTPUT_DIR, --output-dir OUTPUT_DIR Output directory -s, --save-links Do not download but save links to a file -v, --version Display the version of udemy-dl and exit
Finally, you can find your downloaded udemy courses in udemy-dl folder. Hope you use these tools for educational purposes and we don’t responsible for this tool if it causes any issue to your udemy account.
This is a third-party tool for udemy. So hope udemy developer team quickly fix this bug.