klewellen at shellworld.net
Mon Dec 29 03:28:32 UTC 2014
To each their own of course.
I personally appreciate that this door works in regular dos.
On Sun, 28 Dec 2014, Tim Chase wrote:
> I haven't tried this one but am quite partial to "youtube-dl" which
> is a Youtube downloader, bringing the media local. As long as you
> have Python installed on your machine (standard on most Linux
> distributions), it's just a simple download from
> and using it, you just pass it the URL of the Youtube video you want
> to pull down:
> youtube-dl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
> and it will pull the media file down locally. It's actively
> developed (most recent edits were made about 2 hours ago) and also
> works for pulling media files out of a bunch of other video sites
> such as Vimeo, Vine, and Viddler (as well as a disturbing number of
> porn sites, based on the source-code in the bleeding-edge git version
> that I track).
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