Downloading images using Octoparse is quite straight forward and can be broken down into two steps.
- Step 1 - Extract the image URLs (Check this post: How to Build an Image Crawler without Coding for step-by-step instructions. )
- Step 2 - Using the images URLs extracted, download the actual image files via bulk image downloader.
Once the image URLs are extracted, export the data to Excel and you'll get something like this.
Now, apparently saving the images one by one with right-clicking isn't going to work as there are a lot of them! So.. let turn to a bulk image download tool.
There are various image downloaders on the web, each of which has its own powerful features. Here I've picked two that are my all-time favs. Both are free and extremely intuitive to use, literally only copying and pasting the URLs then click the "download" button.
Type: Chrome Extension
Note: Just paste in the URLs, and it will download the images one by one. You can manage the process in Chrome Downloads.
Free Download Manager
Type: Desktop software (support for both Windows and Mac OS)
Note: It supports for pasting in URLs from your clipboard to create batch downloads. Fast and efficient, especially useful for large downloads.