[LAU] Saving youtube audio and video

Mysth-R mysthr21 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 12 04:11:11 EST 2007

I think that miro should do the work.
You can search for video through different website (youtbue, dailymotion,
googlevideo, etc, ...) and download them.

2007/12/12, Rob <lau at kudla.org>:
> On Tuesday 11 December 2007 22:22, lanas wrote:
> >   Is it possible to see a youtube video (and audio) on disk so
> > that, for instance, it can be played on the TV using MythTV ?
> Yes, Youtube videos are just .flv files served to their player app via
> normal HTTP.  There are many Firefox add-ons and Greasemonkey scripts
> that provide the download link for each video you view.
> I use a pretty simple Greasemonkey script that's just called "Download
> Video" and adds a yellow bar with a link to download the video at the
> top of the page, but if you don't have Greasemonkey or want something
> with more options, just visit
> https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/browse/type:1
> and search for youtube.
> As far as MythTV goes, I think you have to convert the .flv files to
> MPEG in order to get it to play them on your TV.  mencoder can do
> that for you, but I haven't the faintest idea what output settings
> would be appropriate for playback on MythTV.
> Rob
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