IraisTube

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Here is a little script to Download and Encode Videos from Youtube.
Based on zenity, ffmpeg and xterm.
This is a port of the original project for KDE from "org" of GenTube at
http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php/GenTube+%28+download+and+encoder+of+youtub?content=46998

You will find everything you need in the package (or on the site linked to it).

Comments and suggestions are appreciated!

Thanks to Milouse for adding language support (and French translation as well) and correcting some errors around in the version 0.2!

Last changelog:

11 years ago

July, 10 - 2007
Added a way to choose the preferred ext for the video to encode! (Thanks to rpgmaker)

milouse

11 years ago

I post a new version correcting the bugs...

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=73430

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milouse

11 years ago

something has changed in the youtube scripts... so I search what...
(the gentube creator too... so as soon as we have the correct script, we'll update our script.

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rpgmaker

11 years ago

Is great but all the script doesn't work. Is not just that, the youtube script I use isn't working either, I think that's for the update that youtube had yesterday.

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freakcode

11 years ago

What about a Python version of it, with PyGTK and maybe some other features (video informations, preview)?

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iraiscoming223

11 years ago

Well, that would be awesome! But I don't know python, I'm just playin' around with bash script and zenity.. :( Sorry

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rpgmaker

11 years ago

Once you've download a video you can encode it to .avi or .mpg with your script?

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rpgmaker

11 years ago

Ok, I gonna check it.

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iraiscoming223

11 years ago

ok now you can choose the ext of the video (and so ffmpeg behaviuor) by changing the first var at the very beginning of the script. No need to edit anything but the var! :)

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iraiscoming223

11 years ago

as long as it uses ffmpeg you can do whatever you want. I set avi by default but you can just edit the script to fit your needs! :)

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11 years ago

July, 10 - 2007
Added a way to choose the preferred ext for the video to encode! (Thanks to rpgmaker)

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