Webrecorder.io is a web archiving service to collect and revisit web pages.
Webrecorder creates an interactive copy of any web page that you browse, including content revealed by your interactions such as playing video and audio, scrolling, clicking buttons, and so forth.
Online Now ≠ Online Tomorrow
Links break. Information is removed from the web. Services disappear and redesigns happen. Make sure that what’s important to you will stay available.
Capture Complex Webpages
Autopilot Your Captures
Capturing pages on a popular web platform? Autopilot behaviors may be able to speed up your capture via automation.
- Login and Capture
- Capture what you see on websites when you're logged into them, and share archived pages without revealing your credentials.
- Publish and Share
- Make your collections publicly accessible or keep them private.
- Own Your Data
- Download your web archives in the ISO standard WARC file format.
- Pre-configured browsers for best capturing results
- Webrecorder's Remote Browser feature provides access to a range of preconfigured browsers running on the Webrecorder server. They offer for the most thorough capture of network traffic, and support for Flash.
The Webrecorder project is an open source initiative by Rhizome at the New Museum. Our mission is to make high-fidelity web archiving accessible to all.
Here are some other tools we have developed. An extensive lists of re-usable software components produced by Webrecorder is available here.
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Webrecorder is a project of Rhizome, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your donations are tax-deductible.
Webrecorder Desktop App
Create, manage, and store web archives on your local computer.
Webrecorder Player App
Use this desktop web archive viewer to browse exported collections, even when you are offline.
Other Software Components
Webrecorder produces a range of re-usable open source software components for web archiving, all of which are available on GitHub.