To get subtitles from iPlayer I add the following entries to /mod/etc/youtube-dl.com:
For playback on the HDR-FOX you may need to edit the srt files to remove formatting information (e.g. caption colour) otherwise this will show up as text entries...
Don't you think you have another 20 years in you? Will there be any HDR-FOX units still in operation in 2038 or 2040? Will the parts of the earth that aren't underwater or desert be inhabited by roaming packs of zombies? Perhaps we should have a poll?
The recent update of Youtube-dl (youtube-dl_2020.09.20-2) seems to have broken something. I tried to download an episode of TOTP and got the following errors:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/mod/lib/python2.7/runpy.py", line 162, in...
One thing to note about the Sidecar package is that it was not designed to create sidecar files for Nicesplice-cropped recordings. It will work correctly if the recording has just been 'topped and tailed' but the duration will be incorrect if if sections of the recording have been cropped out...
If you have the Qtube front end for Youtube-dl installed then removing Youtube-dl will fail if you don't uninstall Qtube first. Alternatively, from a terminal:
opkg remove youtube-dl --force-depends
will remove it.
You are the only one who mentioned panicking. So you knew that a seek error rate parameter equal to 31715 means 0 errors in 31715 seeks? Without understanding what the value of that parameter means how could anyone possibly know whether it is typical or atypical?
EDIT. From Wikipedia: Seek...