Thanks for the info - useful if I want to download streamed content, which I didn't think was possible.Install the Youtube-dl package and download the programme using the command line (Telnet) or also install the Qtube package and download through Webif. If using Telnet, it is best to open an abduco session first (install the abduco package) to keep the session live if the Telnet connection drops:
The '-F' switch lists all available formats, which for standard iPlayer (HD) is 1280 x 720 at 50 fps. It will download this format by default: run the youtube command again without the '-F' switch.Code:
Lounge# abduco -A x Lounge# youtube -F https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p0d5w2r5/the-english-series-1-3-vultures-on-the-line?seriesId=p0d5vx96
However, for normal broadcast programmes I feel that it's all too much like hard work for the odd programme that fails to record and also happens to be streamed in UHD! It's only happened once, and that was last November, because the Humax died a death (fixed, after advice on this forum, with a 35p capacitor!). If the situation changes (i.e the Beeb suddenly decides to stream all programmes in UHD) then I'll have to think again...