Linux for blind general discussion
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Wed Feb 9 01:10:26 UTC 2022
Yes, the --play-list-items switch followed by comma-separated numbers and
dash-separated ranges is your friend. First video in the playlist is 1 so
count from there. So first run yt-dlp with --simulate and save the
playlist to a file. Figure your item numbers from that file then build
your actual download command with your selected --playlist-items list.
On Tue, 8 Feb 2022, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> So there's a page on youtube and I want to get a listing of all the videos on it complete with urls. I want to be able to download most of them, but not all, so I want to be able to cherry pick through the list, copyt he urls to a text file, and download the ones I want with the -a option.
> There's --flat-playlist but this doesn't actually seem to do anything. Is there a way to do what I want?
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