How to Download Netflix Movies to USB

Written by Ashley Rowell

Movies keep coming and going from Netflix all the time. And the movies lists are different from time to time. Would you like to download some movies from Netflix? The built-in download feature can only help you download movies on Netflix and once they gone, you can't play the downloaded as well.

Move Netflix videos to USB Drive

Don't worry. In the following we will show you how to Download Netflix movies to USB, and users can play the converted videos with USB on most video player and devices. Kigo Netflix Video Downloader is the such tool to help users download Netflix movies and save to USB with fast speed and excellent quality.

Netflix Video Downloader
  • Support downloading movies, TV shows and original series in MP4 or MKV.
  • All and some the audio tracks and subtitles will be kept.
  • Download up to 1080p HD videos.
  • Support H.265 and H.264.
  • Fast speed and easy to operate.

Step 1 Free download, install and run the latest version of Kigo Netflix Video Downloader.

Step 2 Add movies to Download.

If you have the Netflix videos' url you want to download, just copy and paste them to download. You can also search the videos to download.

After you find the videos, click the Download button.

Search Marriage Story

If this is your first try, you need to login with your Netflix account to go on downloading.

Step 3 Select the movie and click the download button.

Downloading Marriage Story

Step 4 Transfer Netflix movies to USB.

When the downloading is completed, you can click on Library to find the downloaded movies. Connect your USB to your computer and then transfer the downloaded Netflix movies to USB.


When you save the downloaded movies to USB, and you have more freedom to play the movies anywhere and anytime as you like.

Ashley Rowell
Ashley Rowell
Staff Writer

Ashley Rowell, a senior staff writer, is an expert in video and audio subjects, specializing in streaming video and audio conversion, downloading, and editing. She has a deep understanding of the video/audio settings for various devices and platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus, Hulu, YouTube, etc, allowing for customized media files to meet your specific needs.

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