How to Watch Netflix Video Offline on Windows 10
Netflix offers the offline mode for your downloading favorite video and watching when the network is unavailable, limited, or expensive. The feature works on Fire tablets, iOS, Android, and Windows 10 devices. However, of particular note that, while Windows 10 users can download Netflix titles to watch offline, they need to ensure that their devices are running Windows 10 Version 1607 (Anniversary Update) or later to do so. In addition, they must have the latest version of Netflix installed from the Windows Store. If you are one of the Windows 10 users, you can follow the tutorial below to download content from Netflix and watch them offline on Windows 10 devices.
Step 1 First of all, please follow the steps below to check your Windows version:
1. Select the Start button > Settings > System > About.
2. Under Windows specifications, check which edition and version of Windows your device is running.
Step 2 If the version number is 1607 or higher, then you can open Windows Store and download the most up-to-date Netflix app from it. If not, please upgrade your system first.
Step 3 Run the Netflix app and sign in with your Netflix account. Then click "..." on the top-right corner, and go into Settings to change the output quality: Standard or High.
Step 4 Now, back to the main interface. Search and locate your desired TV show or movie, then choose the video you want and look for the Download icon. Not all titles are available to download. You can also find the Menu icon > Available for Download to select videos. After tapping on the "Download" icon, you will see a notification at the bottom of the screen letting you know it’s downloading.
Step 5 Once the title has completed downloading, please go to the Netflix Menu again and click My Downloads to see all of the content you’ve downloaded. And now you can enjoy them offline on your Windows PC.
Obviously, the download feature is not available on Windows 7, 8 or Mac computers. But fret not, you can turn to FlixiCam to download your favorite collections to your devices for offline viewing. It is a top-rated video downloader exclusively for Netflix, capable of downloading any movies and TV shows from Netflix library as HD MP4 or MKV files. Below is the detailed step on how to download Netflix videos with FlixiCam. Please download the program first before getting started.
Step 1. Open FlixiCam and you are required to sign in with your Netflix account to make it work. Simply enter any word in the search box to open the Netflix login window and log into your Netflix account.
Step 2. Tap the Gear icon to access the setting window. It will allow you to customize the output format (MP4 or MKV), output quality (High, Medium, Low), output path, and so forth.
Step 3. Then you can add Netflix videos by entering the name of movies & TV shows or copying and pasting the link of videos from Netflix Web Player to it. After that, simply press the "Enter" button on your keyboard, and the program will list the video or all of the related videos soon.
Step 4. Now please select the specific audio tracks and subtitles. If you are trying to download a TV show, simply click the Download icon, followed that a window will pop up allowing you to select titles as well as seasons, and to choose audio track and subtitles by clicking "Advanced Download" in the bottom left corner. If you try to download a movie, please click the "Advanced Download" icon beside "Download" to open the window.
Step 5. Hit "Download", the program will start downloading the Netflix videos. Once completed, you can click on Library to find the well-downloaded Netflix videos on local drive.
Now all the videos from Netflix are stored as common MP4 or MKV files, you can play them offline on your Windows 7, 8, or Mac computers as you prefer.
Through all the steps in Part 1, you can easily watch Netflix titles offline on Windows 10 computer. If you have any thought of downloading content from Netflix on Windows 7, 8 or Mac computers, just refer to Part 2 to do so with FlixiCam. It provides the free trial version. If you don't believe it, simply give it a try. Of course, the trial version only allows you to download the first 5 mins of each video in HD quality. To get the full video, please purchase a license.