Below are instructions on how to download from the high speed mirror. Bandwidth on the server hosting this site is limited so I encourage you to use the mirror. If you want to direct download from my server or are having issues with the mirror (1fichier), the archive can be found at http://hevc.jasonlee.ws.
In the archive you will find high quality versions of the YouTube videos to download. All videos have been mastered in HEVC and the original resolutions of either 1080p or 2160p (4k). The files are hosted at 1fichier. If you use the link to sign up, I will get some of my hosting fees reimbursed.
Here is the link to the video archive (See bottom of this page for instructions)
Since I already pay for a premium account, you can ignore and close the prompts about joining or signing up for a free account. Nothing is required from you, you can ignore and close the dialog boxes asking you to signup. There is a timer between allowed downloads of like 5 minutes if you don’t sign up, its shorter if you do signup for a free account. The inline download option is only used if you are streaming the video and not trying to download, since it is HEVC and an mkv format file, inline will likely trigger a streaming error in your browser. You will need to download the file and then open it in a player like Videolan’s VLC player. Most 4k TV’s and UHD blu-ray players can also playback the files with no issue. Below are instructions on navigating the download site.