WEBM, is it the default option of yt-dlp downloads?

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Sun Nov 28 23:09:46 UTC 2021

LOL Didier,

I also ask a lot of questions and ask for help on this list because I am 
interested in becoming a Linux user. I have no ambition or interest of 
becoming an expert. You know that Linux is not an easy system and unless 
you have taken some classes in computers most of the terms may sound to 
you as totally foreign language.

I read the questions and the  replies on this list and find myself lost, 
and wonder if I need a masters in computer sciences to keep up!! hahahaha



On 11/28/21 3:58 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Didier,
> On Sun, 28 Nov 2021, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> PS and OT: My friend, isn't it time enough that you manage your Linux 
>> system
>> yourself most of the time, not relying on your Linux specialist or Linux
>> person, however you call they?
> May I ask how you can make a statement about the life situation of 
> another person?
> Unless you are thinking that every Linux user is like yourself of course.
> The co-working space where my Toronto office is based has a technician 
> who we all  rely on to manage the many different tools individuals use 
> on a daily basis...so we can get on with the business of doing our jobs.
> Likewise I personally rely on the professional expertise  of those who 
> manage shellworld, so I can get on with what I am expert in, critical 
> when someone seems to do what you are suggesting, project  their 
> personal understanding  of Linux onto  this service.  Someone has 
> damaged a critical program  that we are all forced to deal with at the 
> time.
> We have engaged in this discussion before.
> One reason speaking personally why I feel Linux enjoys less of the 
> commercial market  is because, to really make it work, you must be a 
> programmer.  Especially given all the layers of the distributions, and 
> the many distributions involved.
> If chime has managed to find someone interested enough to write 
> scripts for him, and   incorporate Linux elements for him, who are you 
> to judge?
> His life, his machine, and his resources.
> Karen
>> Cheers,
>> Didier
>> Le 28/11/2021 à 21:12, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
>>>  Hi Chime,
>>>  Amazingly the same guy (Daniel Trizen) maintain both pipe-viewer and
>>>  youtube-viewer.
>>>  The only obvious difference being that pipe-viewer does not need a 
>>> YouTube
>>>  API
>>>  key. For this reason I will package this one.
>>>  Cheers,
>>>  Didier
>>>  Le 28/11/2021 à 20:28, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
>>> >  Hi Didier: Yesterday I tried pipe-viewer, sure it works, but even 
>>> with >  max results set at 50, I only get 20, unlike youtube-viewer 
>>> where it is >  50. When I had straw-viewer, I noticed, you could get 
>>> away with max > results at 58 but half of the items were duplicates. 
>>> By the way, my >  Linux person wrote me an alias to update 
>>> youtube-viewer. Actually, its >  short enough.
>>> >  #!/usr/bin/sh
>>> >  cd /home/chime/youtube-viewer/
>>> >  git fetch
>>> >  git merge
>>> > >  perl Build.PL
>>> >  sudo /home/chime/youtube-viewer/./Build installdeps
>>> >  sudo /home/chime/youtube-viewer/./Build install
>>> >  Back again live, I just type "tube" and now I am at 3.9.6
>>> >  Chime
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