Your link is bust. And you should be posting in the [youtube-dl] thread, not the [qtube] thread.
-f 137+140to get the proper 'best' version).
The other two failed downloads had the original ERROR: message.ERROR: XcATvu5f9vE: YouTube said: Unable to extract video data - check qtube.log
Youtube-dl is back on github :-Anyone notice GitHub has taken down YouTube-dl due to DMCA?
This exposes an issue in the interaction between youtube-dl and the CF queue system....Suppose your selected download link turns out be going to deliver you a .mkv file. In "Process options", use
--recode-video mp4. This will run ffmpeg to convert the download's media container to mp4 after the download has finished. Don't try playing the resulting mp4 until it's fully converted as the UI may lock up (guess how I know).
ffmpeg -y -hide_banner -i download.mkv -acodec copy -vcodec copy download.mp4 && rm -f download.mkvwill fix the problem.
I just heard about this, but I don't see qtube in my list of available packages. Is there an idiot's guide to downloading and installing qtube and youtube-dl on the HDR-Fox T2 CF?
The only reasons it might not be in the "available" tab are:For Reference: See my summary guide to youtube-dl and qtube here - https://hummy.tv/forum/threads/yout...com-or-other-video-platforms.8462/post-120326
Great info - thanks. Is there an idiot's guide for downloading and installing these packages? (I tried the Linux instructions from the youtube-dl site in a telnet session and neither the curl nor GET options worked.The only reasons it might not be in the "available" tab are:
- You've already installed it (it's listed in the "Installed" tab instead);
- You need to refresh the package list;
- You have not selected "show advanced packages" ("show" button top right).
Sorry yes I've now selected the advanced options and I see them. ThanksGreat info - thanks. Is there an idiot's guide for downloading and installing these packages? (I tried the Linux instructions from the youtube-dl site in a telnet session and neither the curl nor GET options worked.