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      AUTHORS
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      CONTRIBUTING.md
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      Makefile
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      README.md
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      test/test_YoutubeDL.py
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      test/test_youtube_chapters.py
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      youtube_dl/downloader/external.py
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      youtube_dl/extractor/atvat.py
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.github/ISSUE_TEMPLATE.md

@ -1,16 +1,16 @@
## Please follow the guide below
- You will be asked some questions and requested to provide some information, please read them **carefully** and answer honestly
- Put an `x` into all the boxes [ ] relevant to your *issue* (like that [x])
- Use *Preview* tab to see how your issue will actually look like
- Put an `x` into all the boxes [ ] relevant to your *issue* (like this: `[x]`)
- Use the *Preview* tab to see what your issue will actually look like
---
### Make sure you are using the *latest* version: run `youtube-dl --version` and ensure your version is *2017.01.10*. If it's not read [this FAQ entry](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md#how-do-i-update-youtube-dl) and update. Issues with outdated version will be rejected.
- [ ] I've **verified** and **I assure** that I'm running youtube-dl **2017.01.10**
### Make sure you are using the *latest* version: run `youtube-dl --version` and ensure your version is *2017.12.31*. If it's not, read [this FAQ entry](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md#how-do-i-update-youtube-dl) and update. Issues with outdated version will be rejected.
- [ ] I've **verified** and **I assure** that I'm running youtube-dl **2017.12.31**
### Before submitting an *issue* make sure you have:
- [ ] At least skimmed through [README](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md) and **most notably** [FAQ](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl#faq) and [BUGS](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl#bugs) sections
- [ ] At least skimmed through the [README](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md), **most notably** the [FAQ](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl#faq) and [BUGS](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl#bugs) sections
- [ ] [Searched](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/search?type=Issues) the bugtracker for similar issues including closed ones
### What is the purpose of your *issue*?
@ -28,14 +28,14 @@
### If the purpose of this *issue* is a *bug report*, *site support request* or you are not completely sure provide the full verbose output as follows:
Add `-v` flag to **your command line** you run youtube-dl with, copy the **whole** output and insert it here. It should look similar to one below (replace it with **your** log inserted between triple ```):
Add the `-v` flag to **your command line** you run youtube-dl with (`youtube-dl -v <your command line>`), copy the **whole** output and insert it here. It should look similar to one below (replace it with **your** log inserted between triple ```):
```
$ youtube-dl -v <your command line>
[debug] System config: []
[debug] User config: []
[debug] Command-line args: [u'-v', u'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKcj']
[debug] Encodings: locale cp1251, fs mbcs, out cp866, pref cp1251
[debug] youtube-dl version 2017.01.10
[debug] youtube-dl version 2017.12.31
[debug] Python version 2.7.11 - Windows-2003Server-5.2.3790-SP2
[debug] exe versions: ffmpeg N-75573-g1d0487f, ffprobe N-75573-g1d0487f, rtmpdump 2.4
[debug] Proxy map: {}

12
.github/ISSUE_TEMPLATE_tmpl.md

@ -1,16 +1,16 @@
## Please follow the guide below
- You will be asked some questions and requested to provide some information, please read them **carefully** and answer honestly
- Put an `x` into all the boxes [ ] relevant to your *issue* (like that [x])
- Use *Preview* tab to see how your issue will actually look like
- Put an `x` into all the boxes [ ] relevant to your *issue* (like this: `[x]`)
- Use the *Preview* tab to see what your issue will actually look like
---
### Make sure you are using the *latest* version: run `youtube-dl --version` and ensure your version is *%(version)s*. If it's not read [this FAQ entry](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md#how-do-i-update-youtube-dl) and update. Issues with outdated version will be rejected.
### Make sure you are using the *latest* version: run `youtube-dl --version` and ensure your version is *%(version)s*. If it's not, read [this FAQ entry](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md#how-do-i-update-youtube-dl) and update. Issues with outdated version will be rejected.
- [ ] I've **verified** and **I assure** that I'm running youtube-dl **%(version)s**
### Before submitting an *issue* make sure you have:
- [ ] At least skimmed through [README](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md) and **most notably** [FAQ](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl#faq) and [BUGS](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl#bugs) sections
- [ ] At least skimmed through the [README](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md), **most notably** the [FAQ](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl#faq) and [BUGS](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl#bugs) sections
- [ ] [Searched](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/search?type=Issues) the bugtracker for similar issues including closed ones
### What is the purpose of your *issue*?
@ -28,9 +28,9 @@
### If the purpose of this *issue* is a *bug report*, *site support request* or you are not completely sure provide the full verbose output as follows:
Add `-v` flag to **your command line** you run youtube-dl with, copy the **whole** output and insert it here. It should look similar to one below (replace it with **your** log inserted between triple ```):
Add the `-v` flag to **your command line** you run youtube-dl with (`youtube-dl -v <your command line>`), copy the **whole** output and insert it here. It should look similar to one below (replace it with **your** log inserted between triple ```):
```
$ youtube-dl -v <your command line>
[debug] System config: []
[debug] User config: []
[debug] Command-line args: [u'-v', u'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKcj']

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.github/PULL_REQUEST_TEMPLATE.md

@ -9,6 +9,7 @@
### Before submitting a *pull request* make sure you have:
- [ ] At least skimmed through [adding new extractor tutorial](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl#adding-support-for-a-new-site) and [youtube-dl coding conventions](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl#youtube-dl-coding-conventions) sections
- [ ] [Searched](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/search?q=is%3Apr&type=Issues) the bugtracker for similar pull requests
- [ ] Checked the code with [flake8](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/flake8)
### In order to be accepted and merged into youtube-dl each piece of code must be in public domain or released under [Unlicense](http://unlicense.org/). Check one of the following options:
- [ ] I am the original author of this code and I am willing to release it under [Unlicense](http://unlicense.org/)

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.gitignore

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updates_key.pem
*.egg-info
*.srt
*.ttml
*.sbv
*.vtt
*.flv
@ -35,8 +36,8 @@ updates_key.pem
*.mkv
*.swf
*.part
*.ytdl
*.swp
test/testdata
test/local_parameters.json
.tox
youtube-dl.zsh

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.travis.yml

@ -6,13 +6,22 @@ python:
- "3.3"
- "3.4"
- "3.5"
- "3.6"
- "pypy"
- "pypy3"
sudo: false
script: nosetests test --verbose
notifications:
email:
- filippo.valsorda@gmail.com
- yasoob.khld@gmail.com
# irc:
# channels:
# - "irc.freenode.org#youtube-dl"
# skip_join: true
env:
- YTDL_TEST_SET=core
- YTDL_TEST_SET=download
matrix:
include:
- env: JYTHON=true; YTDL_TEST_SET=core
- env: JYTHON=true; YTDL_TEST_SET=download
fast_finish: true
allow_failures:
- env: YTDL_TEST_SET=download
- env: JYTHON=true; YTDL_TEST_SET=core
- env: JYTHON=true; YTDL_TEST_SET=download
before_install:
- if [ "$JYTHON" == "true" ]; then ./devscripts/install_jython.sh; export PATH="$HOME/jython/bin:$PATH"; fi
script: ./devscripts/run_tests.sh

40
AUTHORS

@ -191,3 +191,43 @@ Rich Leeper
Zhong Jianxin
Thor77
Mattias Wadman
Arjan Verwer
Costy Petrisor
Logan B
Alex Seiler
Vijay Singh
Paul Hartmann
Stephen Chen
Fabian Stahl
Bagira
Odd Stråbø
Philip Herzog
Thomas Christlieb
Marek Rusinowski
Tobias Gruetzmacher
Olivier Bilodeau
Lars Vierbergen
Juanjo Benages
Xiao Di Guan
Thomas Winant
Daniel Twardowski
Jeremie Jarosh
Gerard Rovira
Marvin Ewald
Frédéric Bournival
Timendum
gritstub
Adam Voss
Mike Fährmann
Jan Kundrát
Giuseppe Fabiano
Örn Guðjónsson
Parmjit Virk
Genki Sky
Ľuboš Katrinec
Corey Nicholson
Ashutosh Chaudhary
John Dong
Tatsuyuki Ishi
Daniel Weber
Kay Bouché

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CONTRIBUTING.md

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$ youtube-dl -v <your command line>
[debug] System config: []
[debug] User config: []
[debug] Command-line args: [u'-v', u'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKcj']
[debug] Command-line args: [u'-v', u'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKcj']
[debug] Encodings: locale cp1251, fs mbcs, out cp866, pref cp1251
[debug] youtube-dl version 2015.12.06
[debug] Git HEAD: 135392e
@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ For bug reports, this means that your report should contain the *complete* outpu
If your server has multiple IPs or you suspect censorship, adding `--call-home` may be a good idea to get more diagnostics. If the error is `ERROR: Unable to extract ...` and you cannot reproduce it from multiple countries, add `--dump-pages` (warning: this will yield a rather large output, redirect it to the file `log.txt` by adding `>log.txt 2>&1` to your command-line) or upload the `.dump` files you get when you add `--write-pages` [somewhere](https://gist.github.com/).
**Site support requests must contain an example URL**. An example URL is a URL you might want to download, like `http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKc`. There should be an obvious video present. Except under very special circumstances, the main page of a video service (e.g. `http://www.youtube.com/`) is *not* an example URL.
**Site support requests must contain an example URL**. An example URL is a URL you might want to download, like `https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKc`. There should be an obvious video present. Except under very special circumstances, the main page of a video service (e.g. `https://www.youtube.com/`) is *not* an example URL.
### Are you using the latest version?
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# DEVELOPER INSTRUCTIONS
Most users do not need to build youtube-dl and can [download the builds](http://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/download.html) or get them from their distribution.
Most users do not need to build youtube-dl and can [download the builds](https://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/download.html) or get them from their distribution.
To run youtube-dl as a developer, you don't need to build anything either. Simply execute
@ -82,6 +82,8 @@ To run the test, simply invoke your favorite test runner, or execute a test file
python test/test_download.py
nosetests
See item 6 of [new extractor tutorial](#adding-support-for-a-new-site) for how to run extractor specific test cases.
If you want to create a build of youtube-dl yourself, you'll need
* python
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class YourExtractorIE(InfoExtractor):
_VALID_URL = r'https?://(?:www\.)?yourextractor\.com/watch/(?P<id>[0-9]+)'
_TEST = {
'url': 'http://yourextractor.com/watch/42',
'url': 'https://yourextractor.com/watch/42',
'md5': 'TODO: md5 sum of the first 10241 bytes of the video file (use --test)',
'info_dict': {
'id': '42',
@ -149,10 +151,10 @@ After you have ensured this site is distributing its content legally, you can fo
}
```
5. Add an import in [`youtube_dl/extractor/extractors.py`](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/youtube_dl/extractor/extractors.py).
6. Run `python test/test_download.py TestDownload.test_YourExtractor`. This *should fail* at first, but you can continually re-run it until you're done. If you decide to add more than one test, then rename ``_TEST`` to ``_TESTS`` and make it into a list of dictionaries. The tests will then be named `TestDownload.test_YourExtractor`, `TestDownload.test_YourExtractor_1`, `TestDownload.test_YourExtractor_2`, etc.
6. Run `python test/test_download.py TestDownload.test_YourExtractor`. This *should fail* at first, but you can continually re-run it until you're done. If you decide to add more than one test, then rename ``_TEST`` to ``_TESTS`` and make it into a list of dictionaries. The tests will then be named `TestDownload.test_YourExtractor`, `TestDownload.test_YourExtractor_1`, `TestDownload.test_YourExtractor_2`, etc. Note that tests with `only_matching` key in test's dict are not counted in.
7. Have a look at [`youtube_dl/extractor/common.py`](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/youtube_dl/extractor/common.py) for possible helper methods and a [detailed description of what your extractor should and may return](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/youtube_dl/extractor/common.py#L74-L252). Add tests and code for as many as you want.
8. Make sure your code follows [youtube-dl coding conventions](#youtube-dl-coding-conventions) and check the code with [flake8](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/flake8). Also make sure your code works under all [Python](http://www.python.org/) versions claimed supported by youtube-dl, namely 2.6, 2.7, and 3.2+.
9. When the tests pass, [add](http://git-scm.com/docs/git-add) the new files and [commit](http://git-scm.com/docs/git-commit) them and [push](http://git-scm.com/docs/git-push) the result, like this:
8. Make sure your code follows [youtube-dl coding conventions](#youtube-dl-coding-conventions) and check the code with [flake8](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/flake8). Also make sure your code works under all [Python](https://www.python.org/) versions claimed supported by youtube-dl, namely 2.6, 2.7, and 3.2+.
9. When the tests pass, [add](https://git-scm.com/docs/git-add) the new files and [commit](https://git-scm.com/docs/git-commit) them and [push](https://git-scm.com/docs/git-push) the result, like this:
$ git add youtube_dl/extractor/extractors.py
$ git add youtube_dl/extractor/yourextractor.py

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MANIFEST.in

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include README.md
include test/*.py
include test/*.json
include LICENSE
include AUTHORS
include ChangeLog
include youtube-dl.bash-completion
include youtube-dl.fish
include youtube-dl.1
recursive-include docs Makefile conf.py *.rst
recursive-include test *

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Makefile

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all: youtube-dl README.md CONTRIBUTING.md README.txt youtube-dl.1 youtube-dl.bash-completion youtube-dl.zsh youtube-dl.fish supportedsites
clean:
rm -rf youtube-dl.1.temp.md youtube-dl.1 youtube-dl.bash-completion README.txt MANIFEST build/ dist/ .coverage cover/ youtube-dl.tar.gz youtube-dl.zsh youtube-dl.fish youtube_dl/extractor/lazy_extractors.py *.dump *.part* *.info.json *.mp4 *.m4a *.flv *.mp3 *.avi *.mkv *.webm *.3gp *.wav *.ape *.swf *.jpg *.png CONTRIBUTING.md.tmp ISSUE_TEMPLATE.md.tmp youtube-dl youtube-dl.exe
rm -rf youtube-dl.1.temp.md youtube-dl.1 youtube-dl.bash-completion README.txt MANIFEST build/ dist/ .coverage cover/ youtube-dl.tar.gz youtube-dl.zsh youtube-dl.fish youtube_dl/extractor/lazy_extractors.py *.dump *.part* *.ytdl *.info.json *.mp4 *.m4a *.flv *.mp3 *.avi *.mkv *.webm *.3gp *.wav *.ape *.swf *.jpg *.png CONTRIBUTING.md.tmp ISSUE_TEMPLATE.md.tmp youtube-dl youtube-dl.exe
find . -name "*.pyc" -delete
find . -name "*.class" -delete
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ot: offlinetest
# Keep this list in sync with devscripts/run_tests.sh
offlinetest: codetest
$(PYTHON) -m nose --verbose test --exclude test_download.py --exclude test_age_restriction.py --exclude test_subtitles.py --exclude test_write_annotations.py --exclude test_youtube_lists.py --exclude test_iqiyi_sdk_interpreter.py --exclude test_socks.py
$(PYTHON) -m nose --verbose test \
--exclude test_age_restriction.py \
--exclude test_download.py \
--exclude test_iqiyi_sdk_interpreter.py \
--exclude test_socks.py \
--exclude test_subtitles.py \
--exclude test_write_annotations.py \
--exclude test_youtube_lists.py \
--exclude test_youtube_signature.py
tar: youtube-dl.tar.gz
@ -46,8 +55,15 @@ tar: youtube-dl.tar.gz
pypi-files: youtube-dl.bash-completion README.txt youtube-dl.1 youtube-dl.fish
youtube-dl: youtube_dl/*.py youtube_dl/*/*.py
zip --quiet youtube-dl youtube_dl/*.py youtube_dl/*/*.py
zip --quiet --junk-paths youtube-dl youtube_dl/__main__.py
mkdir -p zip
for d in youtube_dl youtube_dl/downloader youtube_dl/extractor youtube_dl/postprocessor ; do \
mkdir -p zip/$$d ;\
cp -pPR $$d/*.py zip/$$d/ ;\
done
touch -t 200001010101 zip/youtube_dl/*.py zip/youtube_dl/*/*.py
mv zip/youtube_dl/__main__.py zip/
cd zip ; zip -q ../youtube-dl youtube_dl/*.py youtube_dl/*/*.py __main__.py
rm -rf zip
echo '#!$(PYTHON)' > youtube-dl
cat youtube-dl.zip >> youtube-dl
rm youtube-dl.zip
@ -94,20 +110,19 @@ _EXTRACTOR_FILES = $(shell find youtube_dl/extractor -iname '*.py' -and -not -in
youtube_dl/extractor/lazy_extractors.py: devscripts/make_lazy_extractors.py devscripts/lazy_load_template.py $(_EXTRACTOR_FILES)
$(PYTHON) devscripts/make_lazy_extractors.py $@
youtube-dl.tar.gz: youtube-dl README.md README.txt youtube-dl.1 youtube-dl.bash-completion youtube-dl.zsh youtube-dl.fish ChangeLog
youtube-dl.tar.gz: youtube-dl README.md README.txt youtube-dl.1 youtube-dl.bash-completion youtube-dl.zsh youtube-dl.fish ChangeLog AUTHORS
@tar -czf youtube-dl.tar.gz --transform "s|^|youtube-dl/|" --owner 0 --group 0 \
--exclude '*.DS_Store' \
--exclude '*.kate-swp' \
--exclude '*.pyc' \
--exclude '*.pyo' \
--exclude '*~' \
--exclude '__pycache' \
--exclude '__pycache__' \
--exclude '.git' \
--exclude 'testdata' \
--exclude 'docs/_build' \
-- \
bin devscripts test youtube_dl docs \
ChangeLog LICENSE README.md README.txt \
ChangeLog AUTHORS LICENSE README.md README.txt \
Makefile MANIFEST.in youtube-dl.1 youtube-dl.bash-completion \
youtube-dl.zsh youtube-dl.fish setup.py \
youtube-dl.zsh youtube-dl.fish setup.py setup.cfg \
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README.md

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[![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/rg3/youtube-dl.svg?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/rg3/youtube-dl)
youtube-dl - download videos from youtube.com or other video platforms
- [INSTALLATION](#installation)
@ -25,7 +27,7 @@ If you do not have curl, you can alternatively use a recent wget:
sudo wget https://yt-dl.org/downloads/latest/youtube-dl -O /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl
sudo chmod a+rx /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl
Windows users can [download an .exe file](https://yt-dl.org/latest/youtube-dl.exe) and place it in any location on their [PATH](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PATH_%28variable%29) except for `%SYSTEMROOT%\System32` (e.g. **do not** put in `C:\Windows\System32`).
Windows users can [download an .exe file](https://yt-dl.org/latest/youtube-dl.exe) and place it in any location on their [PATH](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PATH_%28variable%29) except for `%SYSTEMROOT%\System32` (e.g. **do not** put in `C:\Windows\System32`).
You can also use pip:
@ -33,7 +35,7 @@ You can also use pip:
This command will update youtube-dl if you have already installed it. See the [pypi page](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/youtube_dl) for more information.
OS X users can install youtube-dl with [Homebrew](http://brew.sh/):
OS X users can install youtube-dl with [Homebrew](https://brew.sh/):
brew install youtube-dl
@ -88,8 +90,6 @@ Alternatively, refer to the [developer instructions](#developer-instructions) fo
--mark-watched Mark videos watched (YouTube only)
--no-mark-watched Do not mark videos watched (YouTube only)
--no-color Do not emit color codes in output
--abort-on-unavailable-fragment Abort downloading when some fragment is not
available
## Network Options:
--proxy URL Use the specified HTTP/HTTPS/SOCKS proxy.
@ -99,16 +99,23 @@ Alternatively, refer to the [developer instructions](#developer-instructions) fo
string (--proxy "") for direct connection
--socket-timeout SECONDS Time to wait before giving up, in seconds
--source-address IP Client-side IP address to bind to
(experimental)
-4, --force-ipv4 Make all connections via IPv4
(experimental)
-6, --force-ipv6 Make all connections via IPv6
(experimental)
## Geo Restriction:
--geo-verification-proxy URL Use this proxy to verify the IP address for
some geo-restricted sites. The default
proxy specified by --proxy (or none, if the
options is not present) is used for the
actual downloading. (experimental)
actual downloading.
--geo-bypass Bypass geographic restriction via faking
X-Forwarded-For HTTP header (experimental)
--no-geo-bypass Do not bypass geographic restriction via
faking X-Forwarded-For HTTP header
(experimental)
--geo-bypass-country CODE Force bypass geographic restriction with
explicitly provided two-letter ISO 3166-2
country code (experimental)
## Video Selection:
--playlist-start NUMBER Playlist video to start at (default is 1)
@ -139,17 +146,19 @@ Alternatively, refer to the [developer instructions](#developer-instructions) fo
COUNT views
--max-views COUNT Do not download any videos with more than
COUNT views
--match-filter FILTER Generic video filter (experimental).
Specify any key (see help for -o for a list
of available keys) to match if the key is
--match-filter FILTER Generic video filter. Specify any key (see
the "OUTPUT TEMPLATE" for a list of
available keys) to match if the key is
present, !key to check if the key is not
present,key > NUMBER (like "comment_count >
12", also works with >=, <, <=, !=, =) to
compare against a number, and & to require
multiple matches. Values which are not
known are excluded unless you put a
question mark (?) after the operator.For
example, to only match videos that have
present, key > NUMBER (like "comment_count
> 12", also works with >=, <, <=, !=, =) to
compare against a number, key = 'LITERAL'
(like "uploader = 'Mike Smith'", also works
with !=) to match against a string literal
and & to require multiple matches. Values
which are not known are excluded unless you
put a question mark (?) after the operator.
For example, to only match videos that have
been liked more than 100 times and disliked
less than 50 times (or the dislike
functionality is not available at the given
@ -174,10 +183,15 @@ Alternatively, refer to the [developer instructions](#developer-instructions) fo
-R, --retries RETRIES Number of retries (default is 10), or
"infinite".
--fragment-retries RETRIES Number of retries for a fragment (default
is 10), or "infinite" (DASH and hlsnative
only)
--skip-unavailable-fragments Skip unavailable fragments (DASH and
hlsnative only)
is 10), or "infinite" (DASH, hlsnative and
ISM)
--skip-unavailable-fragments Skip unavailable fragments (DASH, hlsnative
and ISM)
--abort-on-unavailable-fragment Abort downloading when some fragment is not
available
--keep-fragments Keep downloaded fragments on disk after
downloading is finished; fragments are
erased by default
--buffer-size SIZE Size of download buffer (e.g. 1024 or 16K)
(default is 1024)
--no-resize-buffer Do not automatically adjust the buffer
@ -185,6 +199,7 @@ Alternatively, refer to the [developer instructions](#developer-instructions) fo
automatically resized from an initial value
of SIZE.
--playlist-reverse Download playlist videos in reverse order
--playlist-random Download playlist videos in random order
--xattr-set-filesize Set file xattribute ytdl.filesize with
expected file size (experimental)
--hls-prefer-native Use the native HLS downloader instead of
@ -207,19 +222,11 @@ Alternatively, refer to the [developer instructions](#developer-instructions) fo
--id Use only video ID in file name
-o, --output TEMPLATE Output filename template, see the "OUTPUT
TEMPLATE" for all the info
--autonumber-size NUMBER Specify the number of digits in
%(autonumber)s when it is present in output
filename template or --auto-number option
is given
--autonumber-start NUMBER Specify the start value for %(autonumber)s
(default is 1)
--restrict-filenames Restrict filenames to only ASCII
characters, and avoid "&" and spaces in
filenames
-A, --auto-number [deprecated; use -o
"%(autonumber)s-%(title)s.%(ext)s" ] Number
downloaded files starting from 00000
-t, --title [deprecated] Use title in file name
(default)
-l, --literal [deprecated] Alias of --title
-w, --no-overwrites Do not overwrite files
-c, --continue Force resume of partially downloaded files.
By default, youtube-dl will resume
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--get-filename Simulate, quiet but print output filename
--get-format Simulate, quiet but print output format
-j, --dump-json Simulate, quiet but print JSON information.
See --output for a description of available
keys.
See the "OUTPUT TEMPLATE" for a description
of available keys.
-J, --dump-single-json Simulate, quiet but print JSON information
for each command-line argument. If the URL
refers to a playlist, dump the whole
@ -373,8 +380,9 @@ Alternatively, refer to the [developer instructions](#developer-instructions) fo
(requires ffmpeg or avconv and ffprobe or
avprobe)
--audio-format FORMAT Specify audio format: "best", "aac",
"vorbis", "mp3", "m4a", "opus", or "wav";
"best" by default
"flac", "mp3", "m4a", "opus", "vorbis", or
"wav"; "best" by default; No effect without
-x
--audio-quality QUALITY Specify ffmpeg/avconv audio quality, insert
a value between 0 (better) and 9 (worse)
for VBR or a specific bitrate like 128K
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--add-metadata Write metadata to the video file
--metadata-from-title FORMAT Parse additional metadata like song title /
artist from the video title. The format
syntax is the same as --output, the parsed
parameters replace existing values.
Additional templates: %(album)s,
%(artist)s. Example: --metadata-from-title
"%(artist)s - %(title)s" matches a title
like "Coldplay - Paradise"
syntax is the same as --output. Regular
expression with named capture groups may
also be used. The parsed parameters replace
existing values. Example: --metadata-from-
title "%(artist)s - %(title)s" matches a
title like "Coldplay - Paradise". Example
(regex): --metadata-from-title
"(?P<artist>.+?) - (?P<title>.+)"
--xattrs Write metadata to the video file's xattrs
(using dublin core and xdg standards)
--fixup POLICY Automatically correct known faults of the
@ -419,7 +429,7 @@ Alternatively, refer to the [developer instructions](#developer-instructions) fo
syntax. Example: --exec 'adb push {}
/sdcard/Music/ && rm {}'
--convert-subs FORMAT Convert the subtitles to other format
(currently supported: srt|ass|vtt)
(currently supported: srt|ass|vtt|lrc)
# CONFIGURATION
@ -450,7 +460,7 @@ You can also use `--config-location` if you want to use custom configuration fil
### Authentication with `.netrc` file
You may also want to configure automatic credentials storage for extractors that support authentication (by providing login and password with `--username` and `--password`) in order not to pass credentials as command line arguments on every youtube-dl execution and prevent tracking plain text passwords in the shell command history. You can achieve this using a [`.netrc` file](http://stackoverflow.com/tags/.netrc/info) on a per extractor basis. For that you will need to create a `.netrc` file in your `$HOME` and restrict permissions to read/write by only you:
You may also want to configure automatic credentials storage for extractors that support authentication (by providing login and password with `--username` and `--password`) in order not to pass credentials as command line arguments on every youtube-dl execution and prevent tracking plain text passwords in the shell command history. You can achieve this using a [`.netrc` file](https://stackoverflow.com/tags/.netrc/info) on a per extractor basis. For that you will need to create a `.netrc` file in your `$HOME` and restrict permissions to read/write by only you:
```
touch $HOME/.netrc
chmod a-rwx,u+rw $HOME/.netrc
@ -466,7 +476,10 @@ machine twitch login my_twitch_account_name password my_twitch_password
```
To activate authentication with the `.netrc` file you should pass `--netrc` to youtube-dl or place it in the [configuration file](#configuration).
On Windows you may also need to setup the `%HOME%` environment variable manually.
On Windows you may also need to setup the `%HOME%` environment variable manually. For example:
```
set HOME=%USERPROFILE%
```
# OUTPUT TEMPLATE
@ -474,87 +487,96 @@ The `-o` option allows users to indicate a template for the output file names.
**tl;dr:** [navigate me to examples](#output-template-examples).
The basic usage is not to set any template arguments when downloading a single file, like in `youtube-dl -o funny_video.flv "http://some/video"`. However, it may contain special sequences that will be replaced when downloading each video. The special sequences have the format `%(NAME)s`. To clarify, that is a percent symbol followed by a name in parentheses, followed by a lowercase S. Allowed names are:
- `id`: Video identifier
- `title`: Video title
- `url`: Video URL
- `ext`: Video filename extension
- `alt_title`: A secondary title of the video
- `display_id`: An alternative identifier for the video
- `uploader`: Full name of the video uploader
- `license`: License name the video is licensed under
- `creator`: The creator of the video
- `release_date`: The date (YYYYMMDD) when the video was released
- `timestamp`: UNIX timestamp of the moment the video became available
- `upload_date`: Video upload date (YYYYMMDD)
- `uploader_id`: Nickname or id of the video uploader
- `location`: Physical location where the video was filmed
- `duration`: Length of the video in seconds
- `view_count`: How many users have watched the video on the platform
- `like_count`: Number of positive ratings of the video
- `dislike_count`: Number of negative ratings of the video
- `repost_count`: Number of reposts of the video
- `average_rating`: Average rating give by users, the scale used depends on the webpage
- `comment_count`: Number of comments on the video
- `age_limit`: Age restriction for the video (years)
- `format`: A human-readable description of the format
- `format_id`: Format code specified by `--format`
- `format_note`: Additional info about the format
- `width`: Width of the video
- `height`: Height of the video
- `resolution`: Textual description of width and height
- `tbr`: Average bitrate of audio and video in KBit/s
- `abr`: Average audio bitrate in KBit/s
- `acodec`: Name of the audio codec in use
- `asr`: Audio sampling rate in Hertz
- `vbr`: Average video bitrate in KBit/s
- `fps`: Frame rate
- `vcodec`: Name of the video codec in use
- `container`: Name of the container format
- `filesize`: The number of bytes, if known in advance
- `filesize_approx`: An estimate for the number of bytes
- `protocol`: The protocol that will be used for the actual download
- `extractor`: Name of the extractor
- `extractor_key`: Key name of the extractor
- `epoch`: Unix epoch when creating the file
- `autonumber`: Five-digit number that will be increased with each download, starting at zero
- `playlist`: Name or id of the playlist that contains the video
- `playlist_index`: Index of the video in the playlist padded with leading zeros according to the total length of the playlist
- `playlist_id`: Playlist identifier
- `playlist_title`: Playlist title
The basic usage is not to set any template arguments when downloading a single file, like in `youtube-dl -o funny_video.flv "https://some/video"`. However, it may contain special sequences that will be replaced when downloading each video. The special sequences may be formatted according to [python string formatting operations](https://docs.python.org/2/library/stdtypes.html#string-formatting). For example, `%(NAME)s` or `%(NAME)05d`. To clarify, that is a percent symbol followed by a name in parentheses, followed by a formatting operations. Allowed names along with sequence type are:
- `id` (string): Video identifier
- `title` (string): Video title
- `url` (string): Video URL
- `ext` (string): Video filename extension
- `alt_title` (string): A secondary title of the video
- `display_id` (string): An alternative identifier for the video
- `uploader` (string): Full name of the video uploader
- `license` (string): License name the video is licensed under
- `creator` (string): The creator of the video
- `release_date` (string): The date (YYYYMMDD) when the video was released
- `timestamp` (numeric): UNIX timestamp of the moment the video became available
- `upload_date` (string): Video upload date (YYYYMMDD)
- `uploader_id` (string): Nickname or id of the video uploader
- `location` (string): Physical location where the video was filmed
- `duration` (numeric): Length of the video in seconds
- `view_count` (numeric): How many users have watched the video on the platform
- `like_count` (numeric): Number of positive ratings of the video
- `dislike_count` (numeric): Number of negative ratings of the video
- `repost_count` (numeric): Number of reposts of the video
- `average_rating` (numeric): Average rating give by users, the scale used depends on the webpage
- `comment_count` (numeric): Number of comments on the video
- `age_limit` (numeric): Age restriction for the video (years)
- `is_live` (boolean): Whether this video is a live stream or a fixed-length video
- `start_time` (numeric): Time in seconds where the reproduction should start, as specified in the URL
- `end_time` (numeric): Time in seconds where the reproduction should end, as specified in the URL
- `format` (string): A human-readable description of the format
- `format_id` (string): Format code specified by `--format`
- `format_note` (string): Additional info about the format
- `width` (numeric): Width of the video
- `height` (numeric): Height of the video
- `resolution` (string): Textual description of width and height
- `tbr` (numeric): Average bitrate of audio and video in KBit/s
- `abr` (numeric): Average audio bitrate in KBit/s
- `acodec` (string): Name of the audio codec in use
- `asr` (numeric): Audio sampling rate in Hertz
- `vbr` (numeric): Average video bitrate in KBit/s
- `fps` (numeric): Frame rate
- `vcodec` (string): Name of the video codec in use
- `container` (string): Name of the container format
- `filesize` (numeric): The number of bytes, if known in advance
- `filesize_approx` (numeric): An estimate for the number of bytes
- `protocol` (string): The protocol that will be used for the actual download
- `extractor` (string): Name of the extractor
- `extractor_key` (string): Key name of the extractor
- `epoch` (numeric): Unix epoch when creating the file
- `autonumber` (numeric): Five-digit number that will be increased with each download, starting at zero
- `playlist` (string): Name or id of the playlist that contains the video
- `playlist_index` (numeric): Index of the video in the playlist padded with leading zeros according to the total length of the playlist
- `playlist_id` (string): Playlist identifier
- `playlist_title` (string): Playlist title
- `playlist_uploader` (string): Full name of the playlist uploader
- `playlist_uploader_id` (string): Nickname or id of the playlist uploader
Available for the video that belongs to some logical chapter or section:
- `chapter`: Name or title of the chapter the video belongs to
- `chapter_number`: Number of the chapter the video belongs to
- `chapter_id`: Id of the chapter the video belongs to
- `chapter` (string): Name or title of the chapter the video belongs to
- `chapter_number` (numeric): Number of the chapter the video belongs to
- `chapter_id` (string): Id of the chapter the video belongs to
Available for the video that is an episode of some series or programme:
- `series`: Title of the series or programme the video episode belongs to
- `season`: Title of the season the video episode belongs to
- `season_number`: Number of the season the video episode belongs to
- `season_id`: Id of the season the video episode belongs to
- `episode`: Title of the video episode
- `episode_number`: Number of the video episode within a season
- `episode_id`: Id of the video episode
- `series` (string): Title of the series or programme the video episode belongs to
- `season` (string): Title of the season the video episode belongs to
- `season_number` (numeric): Number of the season the video episode belongs to
- `season_id` (string): Id of the season the video episode belongs to
- `episode` (string): Title of the video episode
- `episode_number` (numeric): Number of the video episode within a season
- `episode_id` (string): Id of the video episode
Available for the media that is a track or a part of a music album:
- `track`: Title of the track
- `track_number`: Number of the track within an album or a disc
- `track_id`: Id of the track
- `artist`: Artist(s) of the track
- `genre`: Genre(s) of the track
- `album`: Title of the album the track belongs to
- `album_type`: Type of the album
- `album_artist`: List of all artists appeared on the album
- `disc_number`: Number of the disc or other physical medium the track belongs to
- `release_year`: Year (YYYY) when the album was released
- `track` (string): Title of the track
- `track_number` (numeric): Number of the track within an album or a disc
- `track_id` (string): Id of the track
- `artist` (string): Artist(s) of the track
- `genre` (string): Genre(s) of the track
- `album` (string): Title of the album the track belongs to
- `album_type` (string): Type of the album
- `album_artist` (string): List of all artists appeared on the album
- `disc_number` (numeric): Number of the disc or other physical medium the track belongs to
- `release_year` (numeric): Year (YYYY) when the album was released
Each aforementioned sequence when referenced in an output template will be replaced by the actual value corresponding to the sequence name. Note that some of the sequences are not guaranteed to be present since they depend on the metadata obtained by a particular extractor. Such sequences will be replaced with `NA`.
For example for `-o %(title)s-%(id)s.%(ext)s` and an mp4 video with title `youtube-dl test video` and id `BaW_jenozKcj`, this will result in a `youtube-dl test video-BaW_jenozKcj.mp4` file created in the current directory.
For numeric sequences you can use numeric related formatting, for example, `%(view_count)05d` will result in a string with view count padded with zeros up to 5 characters, like in `00042`.
Output templates can also contain arbitrary hierarchical path, e.g. `-o '%(playlist)s/%(playlist_index)s - %(title)s.%(ext)s'` which will result in downloading each video in a directory corresponding to this path template. Any missing directory will be automatically created for you.
To use percent literals in an output template use `%%`. To output to stdout use `-o -`.
@ -569,7 +591,7 @@ If you are using an output template inside a Windows batch file then you must es
#### Output template examples
Note on Windows you may need to use double quotes instead of single.
Note that on Windows you may need to use double quotes instead of single.
```bash
$ youtube-dl --get-filename -o '%(title)s.%(ext)s' BaW_jenozKc
@ -588,7 +610,7 @@ $ youtube-dl -o '%(uploader)s/%(playlist)s/%(playlist_index)s - %(title)s.%(ext)
$ youtube-dl -u user -p password -o '~/MyVideos/%(playlist)s/%(chapter_number)s - %(chapter)s/%(title)s.%(ext)s' https://www.udemy.com/java-tutorial/
# Download entire series season keeping each series and each season in separate directory under C:/MyVideos
$ youtube-dl -o "C:/MyVideos/%(series)s/%(season_number)s - %(season)s/%(episode_number)s - %(episode)s.%(ext)s" http://videomore.ru/kino_v_detalayah/5_sezon/367617
$ youtube-dl -o "C:/MyVideos/%(series)s/%(season_number)s - %(season)s/%(episode_number)s - %(episode)s.%(ext)s" https://videomore.ru/kino_v_detalayah/5_sezon/367617
# Stream the video being downloaded to stdout
$ youtube-dl -o - BaW_jenozKc
@ -639,7 +661,7 @@ Also filtering work for comparisons `=` (equals), `!=` (not equals), `^=` (begin
- `acodec`: Name of the audio codec in use
- `vcodec`: Name of the video codec in use
- `container`: Name of the container format
- `protocol`: The protocol that will be used for the actual download, lower-case (`http`, `https`, `rtsp`, `rtmp`, `rtmpe`, `mms`, `f4m`, `ism`, `m3u8`, or `m3u8_native`)
- `protocol`: The protocol that will be used for the actual download, lower-case (`http`, `https`, `rtsp`, `rtmp`, `rtmpe`, `mms`, `f4m`, `ism`, `http_dash_segments`, `m3u8`, or `m3u8_native`)
- `format_id`: A short description of the format
Note that none of the aforementioned meta fields are guaranteed to be present since this solely depends on the metadata obtained by particular extractor, i.e. the metadata offered by the video hoster.
@ -656,7 +678,7 @@ If you want to preserve the old format selection behavior (prior to youtube-dl 2
#### Format selection examples
Note on Windows you may need to use double quotes instead of single.
Note that on Windows you may need to use double quotes instead of single.
```bash
# Download best mp4 format available or any other best if no mp4 available
@ -701,17 +723,17 @@ $ youtube-dl --dateafter 20000101 --datebefore 20091231
### How do I update youtube-dl?
If you've followed [our manual installation instructions](http://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/download.html), you can simply run `youtube-dl -U` (or, on Linux, `sudo youtube-dl -U`).
If you've followed [our manual installation instructions](https://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/download.html), you can simply run `youtube-dl -U` (or, on Linux, `sudo youtube-dl -U`).
If you have used pip, a simple `sudo pip install -U youtube-dl` is sufficient to update.
If you have installed youtube-dl using a package manager like *apt-get* or *yum*, use the standard system update mechanism to update. Note that distribution packages are often outdated. As a rule of thumb, youtube-dl releases at least once a month, and often weekly or even daily. Simply go to http://yt-dl.org/ to find out the current version. Unfortunately, there is nothing we youtube-dl developers can do if your distribution serves a really outdated version. You can (and should) complain to your distribution in their bugtracker or support forum.
If you have installed youtube-dl using a package manager like *apt-get* or *yum*, use the standard system update mechanism to update. Note that distribution packages are often outdated. As a rule of thumb, youtube-dl releases at least once a month, and often weekly or even daily. Simply go to https://yt-dl.org to find out the current version. Unfortunately, there is nothing we youtube-dl developers can do if your distribution serves a really outdated version. You can (and should) complain to your distribution in their bugtracker or support forum.
As a last resort, you can also uninstall the version installed by your package manager and follow our manual installation instructions. For that, remove the distribution's package, with a line like
sudo apt-get remove -y youtube-dl
Afterwards, simply follow [our manual installation instructions](http://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/download.html):
Afterwards, simply follow [our manual installation instructions](https://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/download.html):
```
sudo wget https://yt-dl.org/latest/youtube-dl -O /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl
@ -751,11 +773,11 @@ Apparently YouTube requires you to pass a CAPTCHA test if you download too much.
youtube-dl works fine on its own on most sites. However, if you want to convert video/audio, you'll need [avconv](https://libav.org/) or [ffmpeg](https://www.ffmpeg.org/). On some sites - most notably YouTube - videos can be retrieved in a higher quality format without sound. youtube-dl will detect whether avconv/ffmpeg is present and automatically pick the best option.
Videos or video formats streamed via RTMP protocol can only be downloaded when [rtmpdump](https://rtmpdump.mplayerhq.hu/) is installed. Downloading MMS and RTSP videos requires either [mplayer](http://mplayerhq.hu/) or [mpv](https://mpv.io/) to be installed.
Videos or video formats streamed via RTMP protocol can only be downloaded when [rtmpdump](https://rtmpdump.mplayerhq.hu/) is installed. Downloading MMS and RTSP videos requires either [mplayer](https://mplayerhq.hu/) or [mpv](https://mpv.io/) to be installed.
### I have downloaded a video but how can I play it?
Once the video is fully downloaded, use any video player, such as [mpv](https://mpv.io/), [vlc](http://www.videolan.org/) or [mplayer](http://www.mplayerhq.hu/).
Once the video is fully downloaded, use any video player, such as [mpv](https://mpv.io/), [vlc](https://www.videolan.org/) or [mplayer](https://www.mplayerhq.hu/).
### I extracted a video URL with `-g`, but it does not play on another machine / in my web browser.
@ -830,10 +852,10 @@ Use the `-o` to specify an [output template](#output-template), for example `-o
### How do I download a video starting with a `-`?
Either prepend `http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=` or separate the ID from the options with `--`:
Either prepend `https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=` or separate the ID from the options with `--`:
youtube-dl -- -wNyEUrxzFU
youtube-dl "http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wNyEUrxzFU"
youtube-dl "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wNyEUrxzFU"
### How do I pass cookies to youtube-dl?
@ -841,15 +863,15 @@ Use the `--cookies` option, for example `--cookies /path/to/cookies/file.txt`.
In order to extract cookies from browser use any conforming browser extension for exporting cookies. For example, [cookies.txt](https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/cookiestxt/njabckikapfpffapmjgojcnbfjonfjfg) (for Chrome) or [Export Cookies](https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/export-cookies/) (for Firefox).
Note that the cookies file must be in Mozilla/Netscape format and the first line of the cookies file must be either `# HTTP Cookie File` or `# Netscape HTTP Cookie File`. Make sure you have correct [newline format](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newline) in the cookies file and convert newlines if necessary to correspond with your OS, namely `CRLF` (`\r\n`) for Windows, `LF` (`\n`) for Linux and `CR` (`\r`) for Mac OS. `HTTP Error 400: Bad Request` when using `--cookies` is a good sign of invalid newline format.
Note that the cookies file must be in Mozilla/Netscape format and the first line of the cookies file must be either `# HTTP Cookie File` or `# Netscape HTTP Cookie File`. Make sure you have correct [newline format](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newline) in the cookies file and convert newlines if necessary to correspond with your OS, namely `CRLF` (`\r\n`) for Windows and `LF` (`\n`) for Unix and Unix-like systems (Linux, Mac OS, etc.). `HTTP Error 400: Bad Request` when using `--cookies` is a good sign of invalid newline format.
Passing cookies to youtube-dl is a good way to workaround login when a particular extractor does not implement it explicitly. Another use case is working around [CAPTCHA](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CAPTCHA) some websites require you to solve in particular cases in order to get access (e.g. YouTube, CloudFlare).
### How do I stream directly to media player?
You will first need to tell youtube-dl to stream media to stdout with `-o -`, and also tell your media player to read from stdin (it must be capable of this for streaming) and then pipe former to latter. For example, streaming to [vlc](http://www.videolan.org/) can be achieved with:
You will first need to tell youtube-dl to stream media to stdout with `-o -`, and also tell your media player to read from stdin (it must be capable of this for streaming) and then pipe former to latter. For example, streaming to [vlc](https://www.videolan.org/) can be achieved with:
youtube-dl -o - "http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKcj" | vlc -
youtube-dl -o - "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKcj" | vlc -
### How do I download only new videos from a playlist?
@ -869,7 +891,7 @@ When youtube-dl detects an HLS video, it can download it either with the built-i
When youtube-dl knows that one particular downloader works better for a given website, that downloader will be picked. Otherwise, youtube-dl will pick the best downloader for general compatibility, which at the moment happens to be ffmpeg. This choice may change in future versions of youtube-dl, with improvements of the built-in downloader and/or ffmpeg.
In particular, the generic extractor (used when your website is not in the [list of supported sites by youtube-dl](http://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/supportedsites.html) cannot mandate one specific downloader.
In particular, the generic extractor (used when your website is not in the [list of supported sites by youtube-dl](https://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/supportedsites.html) cannot mandate one specific downloader.
If you put either `--hls-prefer-native` or `--hls-prefer-ffmpeg` into your configuration, a different subset of videos will fail to download correctly. Instead, it is much better to [file an issue](https://yt-dl.org/bug) or a pull request which details why the native or the ffmpeg HLS downloader is a better choice for your use case.
@ -895,7 +917,7 @@ Feel free to bump the issue from time to time by writing a small comment ("Issue
### How can I detect whether a given URL is supported by youtube-dl?
For one, have a look at the [list of supported sites](docs/supportedsites.md). Note that it can sometimes happen that the site changes its URL scheme (say, from http://example.com/video/1234567 to http://example.com/v/1234567 ) and youtube-dl reports an URL of a service in that list as unsupported. In that case, simply report a bug.
For one, have a look at the [list of supported sites](docs/supportedsites.md). Note that it can sometimes happen that the site changes its URL scheme (say, from https://example.com/video/1234567 to https://example.com/v/1234567 ) and youtube-dl reports an URL of a service in that list as unsupported. In that case, simply report a bug.
It is *not* possible to detect whether a URL is supported or not. That's because youtube-dl contains a generic extractor which matches **all** URLs. You may be tempted to disable, exclude, or remove the generic extractor, but the generic extractor not only allows users to extract videos from lots of websites that embed a video from another service, but may also be used to extract video from a service that it's hosting itself. Therefore, we neither recommend nor support disabling, excluding, or removing the generic extractor.
@ -909,7 +931,7 @@ youtube-dl is an open-source project manned by too few volunteers, so we'd rathe
# DEVELOPER INSTRUCTIONS
Most users do not need to build youtube-dl and can [download the builds](http://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/download.html) or get them from their distribution.
Most users do not need to build youtube-dl and can [download the builds](https://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/download.html) or get them from their distribution.
To run youtube-dl as a developer, you don't need to build anything either. Simply execute
@ -921,6 +943,8 @@ To run the test, simply invoke your favorite test runner, or execute a test file
python test/test_download.py
nosetests
See item 6 of [new extractor tutorial](#adding-support-for-a-new-site) for how to run extractor specific test cases.
If you want to create a build of youtube-dl yourself, you'll need
* python
@ -957,7 +981,7 @@ After you have ensured this site is distributing its content legally, you can fo
class YourExtractorIE(InfoExtractor):
_VALID_URL = r'https?://(?:www\.)?yourextractor\.com/watch/(?P<id>[0-9]+)'
_TEST = {
'url': 'http://yourextractor.com/watch/42',
'url': 'https://yourextractor.com/watch/42',
'md5': 'TODO: md5 sum of the first 10241 bytes of the video file (use --test)',
'info_dict': {
'id': '42',
@ -988,10 +1012,10 @@ After you have ensured this site is distributing its content legally, you can fo
}
```
5. Add an import in [`youtube_dl/extractor/extractors.py`](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/youtube_dl/extractor/extractors.py).
6. Run `python test/test_download.py TestDownload.test_YourExtractor`. This *should fail* at first, but you can continually re-run it until you're done. If you decide to add more than one test, then rename ``_TEST`` to ``_TESTS`` and make it into a list of dictionaries. The tests will then be named `TestDownload.test_YourExtractor`, `TestDownload.test_YourExtractor_1`, `TestDownload.test_YourExtractor_2`, etc.
6. Run `python test/test_download.py TestDownload.test_YourExtractor`. This *should fail* at first, but you can continually re-run it until you're done. If you decide to add more than one test, then rename ``_TEST`` to ``_TESTS`` and make it into a list of dictionaries. The tests will then be named `TestDownload.test_YourExtractor`, `TestDownload.test_YourExtractor_1`, `TestDownload.test_YourExtractor_2`, etc. Note that tests with `only_matching` key in test's dict are not counted in.
7. Have a look at [`youtube_dl/extractor/common.py`](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/youtube_dl/extractor/common.py) for possible helper methods and a [detailed description of what your extractor should and may return](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/youtube_dl/extractor/common.py#L74-L252). Add tests and code for as many as you want.
8. Make sure your code follows [youtube-dl coding conventions](#youtube-dl-coding-conventions) and check the code with [flake8](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/flake8). Also make sure your code works under all [Python](http://www.python.org/) versions claimed supported by youtube-dl, namely 2.6, 2.7, and 3.2+.
9. When the tests pass, [add](http://git-scm.com/docs/git-add) the new files and [commit](http://git-scm.com/docs/git-commit) them and [push](http://git-scm.com/docs/git-push) the result, like this:
8. Make sure your code follows [youtube-dl coding conventions](#youtube-dl-coding-conventions) and check the code with [flake8](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/flake8). Also make sure your code works under all [Python](https://www.python.org/) versions claimed supported by youtube-dl, namely 2.6, 2.7, and 3.2+.
9. When the tests pass, [add](https://git-scm.com/docs/git-add) the new files and [commit](https://git-scm.com/docs/git-commit) them and [push](https://git-scm.com/docs/git-push) the result, like this:
$ git add youtube_dl/extractor/extractors.py
$ git add youtube_dl/extractor/yourextractor.py
@ -1147,10 +1171,10 @@ import youtube_dl
ydl_opts = {}
with youtube_dl.YoutubeDL(ydl_opts) as ydl:
ydl.download(['http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKc'])
ydl.download(['https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKc'])
```
Most likely, you'll want to use various options. For a list of options available, have a look at [`youtube_dl/YoutubeDL.py`](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/youtube_dl/YoutubeDL.py#L129-L279). For a start, if you want to intercept youtube-dl's output, set a `logger` object.
Most likely, you'll want to use various options. For a list of options available, have a look at [`youtube_dl/YoutubeDL.py`](https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/3e4cedf9e8cd3157df2457df7274d0c842421945/youtube_dl/YoutubeDL.py#L137-L312). For a start, if you want to intercept youtube-dl's output, set a `logger` object.
Here's a more complete example of a program that outputs only errors (and a short message after the download is finished), and downloads/converts the video to an mp3 file:
@ -1186,19 +1210,19 @@ ydl_opts = {
'progress_hooks': [my_hook],
}
with youtube_dl.YoutubeDL(ydl_opts) as ydl:
ydl.download(['http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKc'])
ydl.download(['https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKc'])
```
# BUGS
Bugs and suggestions should be reported at: <https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/issues>. Unless you were prompted to or there is another pertinent reason (e.g. GitHub fails to accept the bug report), please do not send bug reports via personal email. For discussions, join us in the IRC channel [#youtube-dl](irc://chat.freenode.net/#youtube-dl) on freenode ([webchat](http://webchat.freenode.net/?randomnick=1&channels=youtube-dl)).
Bugs and suggestions should be reported at: <https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/issues>. Unless you were prompted to or there is another pertinent reason (e.g. GitHub fails to accept the bug report), please do not send bug reports via personal email. For discussions, join us in the IRC channel [#youtube-dl](irc://chat.freenode.net/#youtube-dl) on freenode ([webchat](https://webchat.freenode.net/?randomnick=1&channels=youtube-dl)).
**Please include the full output of youtube-dl when run with `-v`**, i.e. **add** `-v` flag to **your command line**, copy the **whole** output and post it in the issue body wrapped in \`\`\` for better formatting. It should look similar to this:
```
$ youtube-dl -v <your command line>
[debug] System config: []
[debug] User config: []
[debug] Command-line args: [u'-v', u'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKcj']
[debug] Command-line args: [u'-v', u'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKcj']
[debug] Encodings: locale cp1251, fs mbcs, out cp866, pref cp1251
[debug] youtube-dl version 2015.12.06
[debug] Git HEAD: 135392e
@ -1229,7 +1253,7 @@ For bug reports, this means that your report should contain the *complete* outpu
If your server has multiple IPs or you suspect censorship, adding `--call-home` may be a good idea to get more diagnostics. If the error is `ERROR: Unable to extract ...` and you cannot reproduce it from multiple countries, add `--dump-pages` (warning: this will yield a rather large output, redirect it to the file `log.txt` by adding `>log.txt 2>&1` to your command-line) or upload the `.dump` files you get when you add `--write-pages` [somewhere](https://gist.github.com/).
**Site support requests must contain an example URL**. An example URL is a URL you might want to download, like `http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKc`. There should be an obvious video present. Except under very special circumstances, the main page of a video service (e.g. `http://www.youtube.com/`) is *not* an example URL.
**Site support requests must contain an example URL**. An example URL is a URL you might want to download, like `https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKc`. There should be an obvious video present. Except under very special circumstances, the main page of a video service (e.g. `https://www.youtube.com/`) is *not* an example URL.
### Are you using the latest version?

4
devscripts/check-porn.py

@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ import os
import sys
sys.path.insert(0, os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__))))
from test.helper import get_testcases
from test.helper import gettestcases
from youtube_dl.utils import compat_urllib_parse_urlparse
from youtube_dl.utils import compat_urllib_request
@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ if len(sys.argv) > 1:
else:
METHOD = 'EURISTIC'
for test in get_testcases():
for test in gettestcases():
if METHOD == 'EURISTIC':
try:
webpage = compat_urllib_request.urlopen(test['url'], timeout=10).read()

5
devscripts/install_jython.sh

@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
#!/bin/bash
wget http://central.maven.org/maven2/org/python/jython-installer/2.7.1/jython-installer-2.7.1.jar
java -jar jython-installer-2.7.1.jar -s -d "$HOME/jython"
$HOME/jython/bin/jython -m pip install nose

3
devscripts/make_lazy_extractors.py

@ -1,6 +1,7 @@
from __future__ import unicode_literals, print_function
from inspect import getsource
import io
import os
from os.path import dirname as dirn
import sys
@ -95,5 +96,5 @@ module_contents.append(
module_src = '\n'.join(module_contents) + '\n'
with open(lazy_extractors_filename, 'wt') as f:
with io.open(lazy_extractors_filename, 'wt', encoding='utf-8') as f:
f.write(module_src)

2
devscripts/prepare_manpage.py

@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ import re
ROOT_DIR = os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__)))
README_FILE = os.path.join(ROOT_DIR, 'README.md')
PREFIX = '''%YOUTUBE-DL(1)
PREFIX = r'''%YOUTUBE-DL(1)
# NAME

22
devscripts/run_tests.sh

@ -0,0 +1,22 @@
#!/bin/bash
# Keep this list in sync with the `offlinetest` target in Makefile
DOWNLOAD_TESTS="age_restriction|download|iqiyi_sdk_interpreter|socks|subtitles|write_annotations|youtube_lists|youtube_signature"
test_set=""
multiprocess_args=""
case "$YTDL_TEST_SET" in
core)
test_set="-I test_($DOWNLOAD_TESTS)\.py"
;;
download)
test_set="-I test_(?!$DOWNLOAD_TESTS).+\.py"
multiprocess_args="--processes=4 --process-timeout=540"
;;
*)
break
;;
esac
nosetests test --verbose $test_set $multiprocess_args

207
docs/supportedsites.md

@ -3,14 +3,15 @@
- **1up.com**
- **20min**
- **220.ro**
- **22tracks:genre**
- **22tracks:track**
- **23video**
- **24video**
- **3qsdn**: 3Q SDN
- **3sat**
- **4tube**
- **56.com**
- **5min**
- **6play**
- **7plus**
- **8tracks**
- **91porn**
- **9c9media**
@ -27,21 +28,25 @@
- **acast**
- **acast:channel**
- **AddAnime**
- **ADN**: Anime Digital Network
- **AdobeTV**
- **AdobeTVChannel**
- **AdobeTVShow**
- **AdobeTVVideo**
- **AdultSwim**
- **aenetworks**: A+E Networks: A&E, Lifetime, History.com, FYI Network
- **AfreecaTV**: afreecatv.com
- **afreecatv**: afreecatv.com
- **AirMozilla**
- **AliExpressLive**
- **AlJazeera**
- **Allocine**
- **AlphaPorno**
- **AMCNetworks**
- **anderetijden**: npo.nl and ntr.nl
- **AmericasTestKitchen**
- **anderetijden**: npo.nl, ntr.nl, omroepwnl.nl, zapp.nl and npo3.nl
- **AnimeOnDemand**
- **anitube.se**
- **Anvato**
- **AnySex**
- **Aparat**
- **AppleConnect**
@ -63,8 +68,11 @@
- **arte.tv:info**
- **arte.tv:magazine**
- **arte.tv:playlist**
- **AsianCrush**
- **AsianCrushPlaylist**
- **AtresPlayer**
- **ATTTechChannel**
- **ATVAt**
- **AudiMedia**
- **AudioBoom**
- **audiomack**
@ -74,13 +82,16 @@
- **awaan:live**
- **awaan:season**
- **awaan:video**
- **Azubu**
- **AzubuLive**
- **AZMedien**: AZ Medien videos
- **AZMedienPlaylist**: AZ Medien playlists
- **AZMedienShowPlaylist**: AZ Medien show playlists
- **BaiduVideo**: 百度视频
- **bambuser**
- **bambuser:channel**
- **Bandcamp**
- **Bandcamp:album**
- **Bandcamp:weekly**
- **bangumi.bilibili.com**: BiliBili番剧
- **bbc**: BBC
- **bbc.co.uk**: BBC iPlayer
- **bbc.co.uk:article**: BBC articles
@ -101,23 +112,25 @@
- **blinkx**
- **Bloomberg**
- **BokeCC**
- **BostonGlobe**
- **Bpb**: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung
- **BR**: Bayerischer Rundfunk Mediathek
- **BR**: Bayerischer Rundfunk
- **BravoTV**
- **Break**
- **brightcove:legacy**
- **brightcove:new**
- **BRMediathek**: Bayerischer Rundfunk Mediathek
- **bt:article**: Bergens Tidende Articles
- **bt:vestlendingen**: Bergens Tidende - Vestlendingen
- **BuzzFeed**
- **BYUtv**
- **BYUtvEvent**
- **Camdemy**
- **CamdemyFolder**
- **CamWithHer**
- **canalc2.tv**
- **Canalplus**: canalplus.fr, piwiplus.fr and d8.tv
- **Canvas**
- **CanvasEen**: canvas.be and een.be
- **CarambaTV**
- **CarambaTVPage**
- **CartoonNetwork**
@ -135,6 +148,7 @@
- **CCTV**: 央视网
- **CDA**
- **CeskaTelevize**
- **CeskaTelevizePorady**
- **channel9**: Channel 9
- **CharlieRose**
- **Chaturbate**
@ -142,8 +156,9 @@
- **chirbit**
- **chirbit:profile**
- **Cinchcast**
- **Clipfish**
- **CJSW**
- **cliphunter**
- **Clippit**
- **ClipRs**
- **Clipsyndicate**
- **CloserToTruth**
@ -156,13 +171,13 @@
- **CNN**
- **CNNArticle**
- **CNNBlogs**
- **CollegeRama**
- **ComCarCoff**
- **ComedyCentral**
- **ComedyCentralFullEpisodes**
- **ComedyCentralShortname**
- **ComedyCentralTV**
- **CondeNast**: Condé Nast media group: Allure, Architectural Digest, Ars Technica, Bon Appétit, Brides, Condé Nast, Condé Nast Traveler, Details, Epicurious, GQ, Glamour, Golf Digest, SELF, Teen Vogue, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Vogue, W Magazine, WIRED
- **Corus**
- **Coub**
- **Cracked**
- **Crackle**
@ -183,7 +198,8 @@
- **dailymotion**
- **dailymotion:playlist**
- **dailymotion:user**
- **DailymotionCloud**
- **DaisukiMotto**
- **DaisukiMottoPlaylist**
- **daum.net**
- **daum.net:clip**
- **daum.net:playlist**
@ -198,15 +214,22 @@
- **Digiteka**
- **Discovery**
- **DiscoveryGo**
- **DiscoveryGoPlaylist**
- **DiscoveryNetworksDe**
- **DiscoveryVR**
- **Disney**
- **Dotsub**
- **DouyuShow**
- **DouyuTV**: 斗鱼
- **DPlay**
- **DPlayIt**
- **dramafever**
- **dramafever:series**
- **DRBonanza**
- **Dropbox**
- **DrTuber**
- **DRTV**
- **drtv**
- **drtv:live**
- **Dumpert**
- **dvtv**: http://video.aktualne.cz/
- **dw**
@ -215,11 +238,13 @@
- **EbaumsWorld**
- **EchoMsk**
- **egghead:course**: egghead.io course
- **egghead:lesson**: egghead.io lesson
- **eHow**
- **Einthusan**
- **eitb.tv**
- **EllenTV**
- **EllenTV:clips**
- **EllenTube**
- **EllenTubePlaylist**
- **EllenTubeVideo**
- **ElPais**: El País
- **Embedly**
- **EMPFlix**
@ -230,6 +255,7 @@
- **ESPN**
- **ESPNArticle**
- **EsriVideo**
- **ETOnline**
- **Europa**
- **EveryonesMixtape**
- **ExpoTV**
@ -241,8 +267,10 @@
- **fc2**
- **fc2:embed**
- **Fczenit**
- **fernsehkritik.tv**
- **Firstpost**
- **filmon**
- **filmon:channel**
- **Filmweb**
- **FiveThirtyEight**
- **FiveTV**
- **Flickr**
- **Flipagram**
@ -256,23 +284,27 @@
- **foxnews:article**
- **foxnews:insider**
- **FoxSports**
- **france2.fr:generation-quoi**
- **france2.fr:generation-what**
- **FranceCulture**
- **FranceInter**
- **francetv**: France 2, 3, 4, 5 and Ô
- **FranceTV**
- **FranceTVEmbed**
- **francetvinfo.fr**
- **Freesound**
- **freespeech.org**
- **FreshLive**
- **Funimation**
- **Funk**
- **FunnyOrDie**
- **Fusion**
- **Fux**
- **FXNetworks**
- **GameInformer**
- **GameOne**
- **gameone:playlist**
- **Gamersyde**
- **GameSpot**
- **GameStar**
- **Gaskrank**
- **Gazeta**
- **GDCVault**
- **generic**: Generic downloader that works on some sites
@ -283,22 +315,22 @@
- **Globo**
- **GloboArticle**
- **Go**
- **Go90**
- **GodTube**
- **GodTV**
- **Golem**
- **GoogleDrive**
- **Goshgay**
- **GPUTechConf**
- **Groupon**
- **Hark**
- **HBO**
- **HBOEpisode**
- **hbo**
- **hbo:episode**
- **HearThisAt**
- **Heise**
- **HellPorno**
- **Helsinki**: helsinki.fi
- **HentaiStigma**
- **HGTV**
- **hetklokhuis**
- **hgtv.com:show**
- **HistoricFilms**
- **history:topic**: History.com Topic
@ -308,6 +340,7 @@
- **HornBunny**
- **HotNewHipHop**
- **HotStar**
- **hotstar:playlist**
- **Howcast**
- **HowStuffWorks**
- **HRTi**
@ -328,10 +361,13 @@
- **InfoQ**
- **Instagram**
- **instagram:user**: Instagram user profile
- **Internazionale**
- **InternetVideoArchive**
- **IPrima**
- **iqiyi**: 爱奇艺
- **Ir90Tv**
- **ITTF**
- **ITV**
- **ivi**: ivi.ru
- **ivi:compilation**: ivi.ru compilations
- **ivideon**: Ivideon TV
@ -340,9 +376,11 @@
- **Jamendo**
- **JamendoAlbum**
- **JeuxVideo**
- **Joj**
- **Jove**
- **jpopsuki.tv**
- **JWPlatform**
- **Kakao**
- **Kaltura**
- **Kamcord**
- **KanalPlay**: Kanal 5/9/11 Play
@ -386,6 +424,7 @@
- **limelight:channel_list**
- **LiTV**
- **LiveLeak**
- **LiveLeakEmbed**
- **livestream**
- **livestream:original**
- **LnkGo**
@ -402,9 +441,16 @@
- **MakerTV**
- **mangomolo:live**
- **mangomolo:video**
- **ManyVids**
- **massengeschmack.tv**
- **MatchTV**
- **MDR**: MDR.DE and KiKA
- **media.ccc.de**
- **Medialaan**
- **Mediaset**
- **Mediasite**
- **Medici**
- **megaphone.fm**: megaphone.fm embedded players
- **Meipai**: 美拍
- **MelonVOD**
- **META**
@ -422,6 +468,8 @@
- **mixcloud:playlist**
- **mixcloud:stream**
- **mixcloud:user**
- **Mixer:live**
- **Mixer:vod**
- **MLB**
- **Mnet**
- **MoeVideo**: LetitBit video services: moevideo.net, playreplay.net and videochart.net
@ -435,11 +483,11 @@
- **MovieFap**
- **Moviezine**
- **MovingImage**
- **MPORA**
- **MSN**
- **mtg**: MTG services
- **mtv**
- **mtv.de**
- **mtv81**
- **mtv:video**
- **mtvservices:embedded**
- **MuenchenTV**: münchen.tv
@ -452,7 +500,6 @@
- **MySpace:album**
- **MySpass**
- **Myvi**
- **myvideo** (Currently broken)
- **MyVidster**
- **n-tv.de**
- **natgeo**
@ -479,9 +526,13 @@
- **netease:song**: 网易云音乐
- **Netzkino**
- **Newgrounds**
- **NewgroundsPlaylist**
- **Newstube**
- **NextMedia**: 蘋果日報
- **NextMediaActionNews**: 蘋果日報 - 動新聞
- **NextTV**: 壹電視
- **Nexx**
- **NexxEmbed**
- **nfb**: National Film Board of Canada
- **nfl.com**
- **NhkVod**
@ -491,25 +542,28 @@
- **nhl.com:videocenter:category**: NHL videocenter category
- **nick.com**
- **nick.de**
- **nickelodeon:br**
- **nickelodeonru**
- **nicknight**
- **niconico**: ニコニコ動画
- **NiconicoPlaylist**
- **Nintendo**
- **njoy**: N-JOY
- **njoy:embed**
- **NJPWWorld**: 新日本プロレスワールド
- **NobelPrize**
- **Noco**
- **NonkTube**
- **Noovo**
- **Normalboots**
- **NosVideo**
- **Nova**: TN.cz, Prásk.tv, Nova.cz, Novaplus.cz, FANDA.tv, Krásná.cz and Doma.cz
- **nowness**
- **nowness:playlist**
- **nowness:series**
- **NowTV** (Currently broken)
- **NowTVList**
- **nowvideo**: NowVideo
- **Noz**
- **npo**: npo.nl and ntr.nl
- **npo**: npo.nl, ntr.nl, omroepwnl.nl, zapp.nl and npo3.nl
- **npo.nl:live**
- **npo.nl:radio**
- **npo.nl:radio:fragment**
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- **NRKTV**: NRK TV and NRK Radio
- **NRKTVDirekte**: NRK TV Direkte and NRK Radio Direkte
- **NRKTVEpisodes**
- **NRKTVSeries**
- **ntv.ru**
- **Nuvid**
- **NYTimes**
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- **OktoberfestTV**
- **on.aol.com**
- **OnDemandKorea**
- **onet.pl**
- **onet.tv**
- **onet.tv:channel**
- **OnetMVP**
- **OnionStudios**
- **Ooyala**
- **OoyalaExternal**
- **Openload**
- **OraTV**
- **orf:fm4**: radio FM4
- **orf:fm4:story**: fm4.orf.at stories
- **orf:iptv**: iptv.ORF.at
- **orf:oe1**: Radio Österreich 1
- **orf:tvthek**: ORF TVthek
- **PacktPub**
- **PacktPubCourse**
- **PandaTV**: 熊猫TV
- **pandora.tv**: 판도라TV
- **parliamentlive.tv**: UK parliament videos
- **Patreon**
- **pbs**: Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and member stations: PBS: Public Broadcasting Service, APT - Alabama Public Television (WBIQ), GPB/Georgia Public Broadcasting (WGTV), Mississippi Public Broadcasting (WMPN), Nashville Public Television (WNPT), WFSU-TV (WFSU), WSRE (WSRE), WTCI (WTCI), WPBA/Channel 30 (WPBA), Alaska Public Media (KAKM), Arizona PBS (KAET), KNME-TV/Channel 5 (KNME), Vegas PBS (KLVX), AETN/ARKANSAS ETV NETWORK (KETS), KET (WKLE), WKNO/Channel 10 (WKNO), LPB/LOUISIANA PUBLIC BROADCASTING (WLPB), OETA (KETA), Ozarks Public Television (KOZK), WSIU Public Broadcasting (WSIU), KEET TV (KEET), KIXE/Channel 9 (KIXE), KPBS San Diego (KPBS), KQED (KQED), KVIE Public Television (KVIE), PBS SoCal/KOCE (KOCE), ValleyPBS (KVPT), CONNECTICUT PUBLIC TELEVISION (WEDH), KNPB Channel 5 (KNPB), SOPTV (KSYS), Rocky Mountain PBS (KRMA), KENW-TV3 (KENW), KUED Channel 7 (KUED), Wyoming PBS (KCWC), Colorado Public Television / KBDI 12 (KBDI), KBYU-TV (KBYU), Thirteen/WNET New York (WNET), WGBH/Channel 2 (WGBH), WGBY (WGBY), NJTV Public Media NJ (WNJT), WLIW21 (WLIW), mpt/Maryland Public Television (WMPB), WETA Television and Radio (WETA), WHYY (WHYY), PBS 39 (WLVT), WVPT - Your Source for PBS and More! (WVPT), Howard University Television (WHUT), WEDU PBS (WEDU), WGCU Public Media (WGCU), WPBT2 (WPBT), WUCF TV (WUCF), WUFT/Channel 5 (WUFT), WXEL/Channel 42 (WXEL), WLRN/Channel 17 (WLRN), WUSF Public Broadcasting (WUSF), ETV (WRLK), UNC-TV (WUNC), PBS Hawaii - Oceanic Cable Channel 10 (KHET), Idaho Public Television (KAID), KSPS (KSPS), OPB (KOPB), KWSU/Channel 10 & KTNW/Channel 31 (KWSU), WILL-TV (WILL), Network Knowledge - WSEC/Springfield (WSEC), WTTW11 (WTTW), Iowa Public Television/IPTV (KDIN), Nine Network (KETC), PBS39 Fort Wayne (WFWA), WFYI Indianapolis (WFYI), Milwaukee Public Television (WMVS), WNIN (WNIN), WNIT Public Television (WNIT), WPT (WPNE), WVUT/Channel 22 (WVUT), WEIU/Channel 51 (WEIU), WQPT-TV (WQPT), WYCC PBS Chicago (WYCC), WIPB-TV (WIPB), WTIU (WTIU), CET (WCET), ThinkTVNetwork (WPTD), WBGU-TV (WBGU), WGVU TV (WGVU), NET1 (KUON), Pioneer Public Television (KWCM), SDPB Television (KUSD), TPT (KTCA), KSMQ (KSMQ), KPTS/Channel 8 (KPTS), KTWU/Channel 11 (KTWU), East Tennessee PBS (WSJK), WCTE-TV (WCTE), WLJT, Channel 11 (WLJT), WOSU TV (WOSU), WOUB/WOUC (WOUB), WVPB (WVPB), WKYU-PBS (WKYU), KERA 13 (KERA), MPBN (WCBB), Mountain Lake PBS (WCFE), NHPTV (WENH), Vermont PBS (WETK), witf (WITF), WQED Multimedia (WQED), WMHT Educational Telecommunications (WMHT), Q-TV (WDCQ), WTVS Detroit Public TV (WTVS), CMU Public Television (WCMU), WKAR-TV (WKAR), WNMU-TV Public TV 13 (WNMU), WDSE - WRPT (WDSE), WGTE TV (WGTE), Lakeland Public Television (KAWE), KMOS-TV - Channels 6.1, 6.2 and 6.3 (KMOS), MontanaPBS (KUSM), KRWG/Channel 22 (KRWG), KACV (KACV), KCOS/Channel 13 (KCOS), WCNY/Channel 24 (WCNY), WNED (WNED), WPBS (WPBS), WSKG Public TV (WSKG), WXXI (WXXI), WPSU (WPSU), WVIA Public Media Studios (WVIA), WTVI (WTVI), Western Reserve PBS (WNEO), WVIZ/PBS ideastream (WVIZ), KCTS 9 (KCTS), Basin PBS (KPBT), KUHT / Channel 8 (KUHT), KLRN (KLRN), KLRU (KLRU), WTJX Channel 12 (WTJX), WCVE PBS (WCVE), KBTC Public Television (KBTC)
- **pcmag**
- **PearVideo**
- **People**
- **PerformGroup**
- **periscope**: Periscope
- **periscope:user**: Periscope user videos
- **PhilharmonieDeParis**: Philharmonie de Paris
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- **pluralsight**
- **pluralsight:course**
- **plus.google**: Google Plus
- **pluzz.francetv.fr**
- **podomatic**
- **Pokemon**
- **PolskieRadio**
- **PolskieRadioCategory**
- **PopcornTV**
- **PornCom**
- **PornerBros**
- **PornFlip**
- **PornHd**
- **PornHub**: PornHub and Thumbzilla
- **PornHubPlaylist**
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- **Pornotube**
- **PornoVoisines**
- **PornoXO**
- **PornTube**
- **PressTV**
- **PrimeShareTV**
- **PromptFile**
@ -598,9 +663,14 @@
- **radiofrance**
- **RadioJavan**
- **Rai**