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#1 23-10-2019 15:21:24

Mr. S.
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Installation et mise en oeuvre de Youtube-dl

Bonjour tout le monde,

Chacun d'entre nous s'est un jour ou l'autre trouvé confronté à la nécessité de conserver ce qu'il voyait à l'écran comme contenu multiumédia.

En effet, nous téléchargeons habituellement des images ou des textes prpvenant d'internet à l'aide d'un copier-coller dans un traitement de texte ou via un clic-droit souris (enregistrer sous vers tel répertoire...).

Mais quid du contenu multimédia, c'est-à-dire d'images animées ?

Pour se faire, il existe de stas de méthodes plus ou moins efficaces. Il en est une qui marhce à peu près à tous les coups, enfin pas toujours. Cette méthode s'effectue principalement en ligne de commande, mais pas que. Il existe une interface graphique que je ne l'utilise pas, donc que je ne vous présenterai pas

Il s'agit du progamme Youtube-dl (ligne de commande) ou Youtube-dl-GUI (en interface graphique).

Toutes les grandes distributions (et dérivées) proposent un paquet installable via leurs gestionnaires de paquets.

Ce soft fonctionne également sous Windows et MacOS.

Cependant, ce genre de paquets s'avère parfois inopérable suite à la lenteur du cycle de mise à jour du-dit paquet ! Vois installez un paquet déjà obsolète. Comme Tor, il convient de :
- ne pas l'installer autrment qu'à partir du site officiel,
- le mettre à jour avant chaque utilisation.
Si vous avez intégré cette donne, alors tout est dit.

Par convention YL = youtube-dl = ydl (comme alis dasn mon fichier .bashrc).

Ce tuto fai suite au post d'AnarShell en date du 18-01-2014 14:26:03 consultable à l'adresse suivante : https://linuxtrack.net/viewtopic.php?id=787

Alors en piste !

Plan :

Introduction
1 / Installation depuis les sources officielles
a - téléchargement
b - vérification
- Se rendre dans le répertoire /usr/local/bin à l'aide de la commande "cd"
- détaillér le contenu de ce répertoire à l'aide de la commande "dir"
- arborescer ce répertoire à l'aide de la commande "tree"
- arborescer ce répertoire à l'aide de la commande "tree"  et l'option "-h" pour connaître la taille des fichiers / sous-répertoires
c - exécutabilité du paquet source
d - création de la base de données interne de youtube-dl
e - mise à jour (ultérieure) du programme
2 / Mise en oeuvre
a - utilisation simplifiée
b -opter pour un téléchargement uniquement audio d'un fichier vidéo
* Exemple de commande pour obtenir un format "aac"
* Exemple de commande pour obtenir un format "Mp3"
* Exemple de commande pour obtenir un format "m4a"
* Exemple de commande pour obtenir un format "opus"
* Exemple de commande pour obtenir un format "vorbis"
* Exemple de commande pour obtenir un format "wav"
c - conversion de fichier à l'aide de la commande "ffmpeg"
d - déterminer la qualité et les formats disponibles pour votre téléchargement
e - désinstallation
3 / Version GUI (Youtube-dl-GUI)
4 / Obligation de respecter le droit d'auteur
Conclusion
Sources
Annexes
Annexe n° 1 : Manpage youtbe-dl Ubuntu
Annexe n° 2 : Manpage du programme "hash"
annexe n° 3 : Liste des plate-formes supportées (youtube-dl Supported sites) au 20 octobre 2019 (date du début de la rédaction de ce tutoriel)


1 / Installation depuis les sources officielles

a - téléchargement

A l'instar du programme Tor, il convient d'installer Youtube-dl depuis les sources officielles. Cette opération s'effectue à l'aide de la commande

sudo wget https://yt-dl.org/latest/youtube-dl -O /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl

Ce qui signifie :

- se faire passer pour adminsitrateur à l'aide de la commande "sudo"
=> sauf devenir adminstrateur à l'aide de la commande "su", avec KissOS, ce se ra donc "sudo",
- téléchargement de la dernière version des sources de youtube-dl à l'aide de la commande "wget",
- depuis l'adresse : https://yt-dl.org/latest/youtube-dl
- copie des sources téléchargées dans le répertoire adhoc :

-O /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl

Soit chez moi :

 stevie@kiss0s ~
 $ sudo wget https://yt-dl.org/latest/youtube-dl -O /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl
[sudo] Mot de passe de stevie : 
--2019-10-20 14:15:14--  https://yt-dl.org/latest/youtube-dl
Résolution de yt-dl.org (yt-dl.org)… 95.143.172.170, 2001:1a50:11:0:5f:8f:acaa:177
Connexion à yt-dl.org (yt-dl.org)|95.143.172.170|:443… connecté.
requête HTTP transmise, en attente de la réponse… 302 Found
Emplacement : https://yt-dl.org/downloads/latest/youtube-dl [suivant]
--2019-10-20 14:15:14--  https://yt-dl.org/downloads/latest/youtube-dl
Connexion à yt-dl.org (yt-dl.org)|95.143.172.170|:443… connecté.
requête HTTP transmise, en attente de la réponse… 302 Found
Emplacement : https://yt-dl.org/downloads/2019.10.16/youtube-dl [suivant]
--2019-10-20 14:15:14--  https://yt-dl.org/downloads/2019.10.16/youtube-dl
Connexion à yt-dl.org (yt-dl.org)|95.143.172.170|:443… connecté.
requête HTTP transmise, en attente de la réponse… 302 Found
Emplacement : https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/releases/download/2019.10.16/youtube-dl [suivant]
--2019-10-20 14:15:15--  https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/releases/download/2019.10.16/youtube-dl
Résolution de github.com (github.com)… 140.82.118.4
Connexion à github.com (github.com)|140.82.118.4|:443… connecté.
requête HTTP transmise, en attente de la réponse… 302 Found
Emplacement : https://github-production-release-asset-2e65be.s3.amazonaws.com/1039520/f5530d00-efc4-11e9-8f29-224df7881e84?X-Amz-Algorithm=AWS4-HMAC-SHA256&X-Amz-Credential=AKIAIWNJYAX4CSVEH53A%2F20191020%2Fus-east-1%2Fs3%2Faws4_request&X-Amz-Date=20191020T121515Z&X-Amz-Expires=300&X-Amz-Signature=42574bda620b0a277e34dd960ff67d2e06682d2ac755b63f963035607f5e10c6&X-Amz-SignedHeaders=host&actor_id=0&response-content-disposition=attachment%3B%20filename%3Dyoutube-dl&response-content-type=application%2Foctet-stream [suivant]
--2019-10-20 14:15:15--  https://github-production-release-asset-2e65be.s3.amazonaws.com/1039520/f5530d00-efc4-11e9-8f29-224df7881e84?X-Amz-Algorithm=AWS4-HMAC-SHA256&X-Amz-Credential=AKIAIWNJYAX4CSVEH53A%2F20191020%2Fus-east-1%2Fs3%2Faws4_request&X-Amz-Date=20191020T121515Z&X-Amz-Expires=300&X-Amz-Signature=42574bda620b0a277e34dd960ff67d2e06682d2ac755b63f963035607f5e10c6&X-Amz-SignedHeaders=host&actor_id=0&response-content-disposition=attachment%3B%20filename%3Dyoutube-dl&response-content-type=application%2Foctet-stream
Résolution de github-production-release-asset-2e65be.s3.amazonaws.com (github-production-release-asset-2e65be.s3.amazonaws.com)… 52.216.237.139
Connexion à github-production-release-asset-2e65be.s3.amazonaws.com (github-production-release-asset-2e65be.s3.amazonaws.com)|52.216.237.139|:443… connecté.
requête HTTP transmise, en attente de la réponse… 200 OK
Taille : 1767501 (1,7M) [application/octet-stream]
Sauvegarde en : « /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl »

/usr/local/bin/youtube-dl         100%[============================================================>]   1,69M   676KB/s    ds 2,6s    

2019-10-20 14:15:18 (676 KB/s) — « /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl » sauvegardé [1767501/1767501]

=> En résumé :
- l'adresse de téléchargement https://yt-dl.org/latest/youtube-dl
- date et horaire de téléchargement des sources :

--2019-10-20 14:15:14

- adresse IP de yt-dl.org : 95.143.172.170
- taiille finale sur le disque :

Taille : 1767501 (1,7M)

- Sauvegarde dans le répertoire adhoc : /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl

b - Vérification :

- Se rendre dans le répertoire /usr/local/bin à l'aide de la commande "cd" :

 stevie@kiss0s ~
 $ cd /usr/local/bin/
 stevie@kiss0s /usr/local/bin


- détaillér le contenu de ce répertoire à l'aide de la commande "dir" :

 stevie@kiss0s /usr/local/bin
 $ dir
anonweb        dmenu_home  dwm-kissed          keyboard_selector  pekmenu-time.sh  st         thelauncher              youtube-dl
cyclope        dmenu_path  dwm-kissed-session  kiss1nfos          ranger           stest      thelauncher-README.html
diapo          dmenu_run   empty_thumbnails    kisshelp           rifle            surf       tkmenu
dmenu          dmenu_wall  empty_trash         kissquit           scratchpad       surf-open  walls
dmenu-bind.sh  dmenu_web   eyecandy            kisswelcome        screenshot       tabbed     xembed 

- arborescer ce répertoire à l'aide de la commande "tree" :

 stevie@kiss0s /usr/local/bin
 $ tree
.
├── anonweb
├── cyclope
├── diapo
├── dmenu
├── dmenu-bind.sh
├── dmenu_home
├── dmenu_path
├── dmenu_run
├── dmenu_wall
├── dmenu_web
├── dwm-kissed
├── dwm-kissed-session
├── empty_thumbnails
├── empty_trash
├── eyecandy
├── keyboard_selector
├── kiss1nfos
├── kisshelp
├── kissquit
├── kisswelcome
├── pekmenu-time.sh
├── ranger
├── rifle
├── scratchpad
├── screenshot
├── st
├── stest
├── surf
├── surf-open
├── tabbed
├── thelauncher
├── thelauncher-README.html
├── tkmenu
├── walls
├── xembed
└── youtube-dl

0 directories, 36 files

- arborescer ce répertoire à l'aide de la commande "tree"  et l'option "-h" pour connaître la taille des fichiers / sous-répertoires :

 stevie@kiss0s /usr/local/bin
 $ tree -h
.
├── [1.6K]  anonweb
├── [ 20K]  cyclope
├── [ 381]  diapo
├── [ 26K]  dmenu
├── [ 241]  dmenu-bind.sh
├── [ 162]  dmenu_home
├── [ 294]  dmenu_path
├── [  58]  dmenu_run
├── [ 209]  dmenu_wall
├── [ 264]  dmenu_web
├── [ 48K]  dwm-kissed
├── [ 524]  dwm-kissed-session
├── [ 417]  empty_thumbnails
├── [ 411]  empty_trash
├── [1.1K]  eyecandy
├── [2.7K]  keyboard_selector
├── [3.4K]  kiss1nfos
├── [  78]  kisshelp
├── [ 533]  kissquit
├── [ 354]  kisswelcome
├── [ 129]  pekmenu-time.sh
├── [1.3K]  ranger
├── [ 16K]  rifle
├── [1.0K]  scratchpad
├── [ 487]  screenshot
├── [132K]  st
├── [9.5K]  stest
├── [ 57K]  surf
├── [ 495]  surf-open
├── [ 30K]  tabbed
├── [ 56K]  thelauncher
├── [ 14K]  thelauncher-README.html
├── [  70]  tkmenu
├── [ 365]  walls
├── [5.5K]  xembed
└── [1.7M]  youtube-dl

0 directories, 36 files
 stevie@kiss0s /usr/local/bin
 $ 

=> youtube-dl pèse bien 1.7M et se trouve bien dans le répertoire /usr/local/bin

c - exécutabilité du paquet source :

Il convient maintenant de rendre exécutable notre soft récemment installé, car sinon ce sera une belle statue que nous venérerons car nous la trouverions belle...

Cette opération s'effectue à l'aide de la commande "chmod" et l'option "a+x".

Soit chez moi :

 stevie@kiss0s ~
 $ sudo chmod a+x /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl
 stevie@kiss0s ~

Une fois rendu exécutable, il convient de demander à YL de ne pas télécharger deux fois le même fichier.

d - création de la base de données interne de youtube-dl !

Nous pouvons oublier que nosu avons déjà télécharger tel ou tel fichier mulltimédia. YL ne l'oublieras pas si on le lui demande. L'ennui, c'est que si nous avons perdu le précédent fichier, ce sera cuit...

Enfin il faut choisir ce que l'on veut.

Je vous présente donc cette manip que j'utilise.

à l'aide de la commande "hash" et l'option "-r"

Soit chez moi :

 stevie@kiss0s ~
 $ hash -r
 stevie@kiss0s ~

=> Dorénavant, YL téléchargera vos fichiers, mais bloquera chaque fois que vous souhaiterez télécharger deux fois le même fichier.

Certains préféreront ne pas utiliser cette option. C'est-à-vous de décider ce que vous souhaitez oui pas faire !

e - mise à jour (ultérieure) du programme :

Comme nous l'avons vu précédemment, il convient de suivre avec YL la même procédure d'installation et de mise à jour qu'évec Tor. c'est-à-dire qu'il est OBLIGATOIRE de le mettre à jour avant chaque utilisation !!!

Pour mettre à jour YL depuis les sources précédemment installées. riend e plus facile. Cela nécessite une simple commande : "sudo/su youtube-dl -U"

Soit chez moi :

 $ sudo youtube-dl -U
youtube-dl is up-to-date (2019.10.16)
 stevie@kiss0s ~

=> Mise à jour à la version du 16 octobre 2019

ou aussi

 # youtube-dl -U
Updating to version 2019.10.22 ...
Updated youtube-dl. Restart youtube-dl to use the new version.
 root@Host-002 /home/stevie
 # 

=> Mise à jour à la version du 22 octobre 2019, plus tard sur une autre machine.
2 / Mise en oeuvre :

En effet, un soft est conçu pour une utilisation, précise ou détournée (comme le Mediator de triste renommée)

a - utilisation simplifiée :

Il s'agit d'usiter la commande "youtube-dl url_de_votre_fichier_multimédia" en simple utilisateur (user)/

Soit chez moi :

 stevie@kiss0s ~
youtube-dl url_de_votre_fichier_multimédia
...

Concrêtement, cela donne pourrait donner cela (avec une censure de sdonnées exactes....) :

 stevie@kiss0s ~
 $ ydl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=votre_fichier_multimédia
[youtube] 5b6YQKEcpvU: Downloading webpage
[youtube] 5b6YQKEcpvU: Downloading video info webpage
[download] Destination: votre_fichier_multimédia-xxxxxxxxx.f133.mp4
[download] 100% of 5.84MiB in 00:09
[download] Destination: votre_fichier_multimédia-xxxxxxxxx.m4a
[download] 100% of 5.12MiB in 00:09
[ffmpeg] Merging formats into "votre_fichier_multimédia-xxxxxxxxx.mp4"
Deleting original file votre_fichier_multimédia-xxxxxxxxx.mp4 (pass -k to keep)
Deleting original file votre_fichier_multimédia-xxxxxxxxx.m4a (pass -k to keep)
 stevie@kiss0s ~
 $

=> YL jongle avec les formats "mp4" et "m4a".
=> Ici, la modification de mon fichier bash me permet de traduire la commande "youtube-dl" par celle-ci écourtée "ydl"

Peut-on réduire à un simple format audio le produit de notre téélchargement ?

Bien sûr. cela va constituer notre paragraphe suivant.

b -opter pour un téléchargement uniquement audio d'un fichier vidéo :

Il s'avère parfaitement possible de modifier le format de sortie audion

Si vous souhaitez un autre format de sortie, il suffit de le préciser en ajoutant l'option "-–audio-format" suivi du format souhaité.

Voici les Formats disponibles :
- aac
- vorbis,
- mp3,
- m4a,
- opus,
- wav.

Comment introduire votre choix de modification de fichier audio, en fonction du format souhaité ?

=> En suivant la formaule suivante :

youtube-dl -x --audio-format votre_format_souhaité url_de_la_vidéo

* Exemple de commande pour obtenir un format "aac" :

youtube-dl -x --audio-format aac url_de_la_vidéo

* Exemple de commande pour obtenir un format "Mp3" :

youtube-dl -x --audio-format mp3 url_de_la_vidéo

* Exemple de commande pour obtenir un format "m4a" :

youtube-dl -x --audio-format m4a url_de_la_vidéo

* Exemple de commande pour obtenir un format "opus" :

youtube-dl -x --audio-format opus url_de_la_vidéo

* Exemple de commande pour obtenir un format "vorbis" :

youtube-dl -x --audio-format vorbis url_de_la_vidéo

* Exemple de commande pour obtenir un format "wav" :

youtube-dl -x --audio-format wav url_de_la_vidéo

Pour exemple d'un téléchargement uniquement au format mp3 de la bande-son d'un fichier multimédia :

youtube-dl -x --audio-format mp3 ma-video

Soit chez moi :

 stevie@kiss0s ~
 $ youtube-dl -x --audio-format mp3 https://www.site_tartempion.com/watch?v=ma-video
[youtube] ma-video: Downloading webpage
[youtube] ma-video: Downloading video info webpage
[download] Destination: ma-video.m4a
[download] 100% of 5.12MiB in 00:07
[ffmpeg] Correcting container in "ma-video.m4a"
[ffmpeg] Destination: ma-video.mp3
Deleting original file ma-video.m4a (pass -k to keep)
 stevie@kiss0s ~
 $ 

Notons que YL a converti lui-même le fichier de sortie ausio initialmeent en format m4a en fichier mp3.

En effet, YL a donc :
- téléchargée initialement le fichier vidéo entier de 5.12MiB en 7 secondes : 

[youtube] ma-video: Downloading webpage
[youtube] ma-video: Downloading video info webpage
[download] Destination: ma-video.m4a
[download] 100% of 5.12MiB in 00:07

- en a extrait le sous-fichier audio :

[ffmpeg] Correcting container in "ma-video.m4a"
[ffmpeg] Destination: ma-video.mp3

- supprimé le fichier vidéo d'origine pour ne garder que le fichier audio au format désiré :

Deleting original file ma-video.m4a

.

Il convient ensuite de modifier le nom du fichier en le renommant.

Soit chez moi :

:rename ma_video.mp3

à l'aide du gestionnaire de fichier ranger.

Que faire si cela foire ?

c - conversion de fichier à l'aide de la commande "ffmpeg" :

Au cas où cette opération automatique de converison de fichier vidéo en fichier audio aurait foiré (cela peut arriver), il vous faudra  utiliser la commande "ffmpeg" pour convertir un fichier multimédia d'un format en un autre de cette manière :

ffmpeg -i ma-video.format-A ma-video.format-B

Ce qui correspond à une conversion du format A au format B.

Soit chez moi pour passer du format mp3 au format m4a (pourquoi ne pas faire compliquer lorsque l'on peut faire simple ..?) :

 stevie@kiss0s ~
 $ ffmpeg -i ma_video.mp3 ma-video2.m4A 
ffmpeg version 4.1.4 Copyright (c) 2000-2019 the FFmpeg developers
  built with gcc 8 (Debian 8.3.0-6)
  configuration: --disable-decoder=amrnb --disable-decoder=libopenjpeg --disable-libopencv --disable-outdev=sdl2 --disable-podpages --disable-sndio --disable-stripping --enable-libaom --enable-avfilter --enable-avresample --enable-gcrypt --disable-gnutls --enable-openssl --enable-gpl --enable-libass --enable-libbluray --enable-libbs2b --enable-libcaca --enable-libcdio --enable-libcodec2 --enable-libfdk-aac --enable-libfontconfig --enable-libfreetype --enable-libfribidi --enable-libgme --enable-libgsm --enable-libilbc --enable-libkvazaar --enable-libmp3lame --enable-libopencore-amrnb --enable-libopencore-amrwb --enable-libopenh264 --enable-libopenjpeg --enable-libopenmpt --enable-libopus --enable-libpulse --enable-librubberband --enable-libshine --enable-libsnappy --enable-libsoxr --enable-libspeex --enable-libtesseract --enable-libtheora --enable-libvidstab --enable-libvo-amrwbenc --enable-libvorbis --enable-libvpx --enable-libx265 --enable-libzimg --enable-libxvid --enable-libzvbi --enable-nonfree --enable-opencl --enable-opengl --enable-postproc --enable-pthreads --enable-shared --enable-version3 --enable-libwebp --incdir=/usr/include/i386-linux-gnu --libdir=/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu --prefix=/usr --toolchain=hardened --enable-frei0r --enable-chromaprint --enable-libx264 --enable-libiec61883 --enable-libdc1394 --enable-vaapi --enable-libmfx --disable-altivec --shlibdir=/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu
  libavutil      56. 22.100 / 56. 22.100
  libavcodec     58. 35.100 / 58. 35.100
  libavformat    58. 20.100 / 58. 20.100
  libavdevice    58.  5.100 / 58.  5.100
  libavfilter     7. 40.101 /  7. 40.101
  libavresample   4.  0.  0 /  4.  0.  0
  libswscale      5.  3.100 /  5.  3.100
  libswresample   3.  3.100 /  3.  3.100
  libpostproc    55.  3.100 / 55.  3.100
Input #0, mp3, from 'ma_video.mp3':
  Metadata:
    encoder         : Lavf58.20.100
  Duration: 00:00:30.24, start: 0.023021, bitrate: 97 kb/s
    Stream #0:0: Audio: mp3, 48000 Hz, stereo, fltp, 97 kb/s
    Metadata:
      encoder         : Lavc58.35
Stream mapping:
  Stream #0:0 -> #0:0 (mp3 (mp3float) -> aac (native))
Press [q] to stop, [?] for help
Output #0, ipod, to 'ma_video2.m4A':
  Metadata:
    encoder         : Lavf58.20.100
    Stream #0:0: Audio: aac (LC) (mp4a / 0x6134706D), 48000 Hz, stereo, fltp, 128 kb/s
    Metadata:
      encoder         : Lavc58.35.100 aac
size=     482kB time=00:00:30.22 bitrate= 130.5kbits/s speed=24.5x    
video:0kB audio:475kB subtitle:0kB other streams:0kB global headers:0kB muxing overhead: 1.330071%
[aac @ 0x9a1d80] Qavg: 429.365
 stevie@kiss0s ~
 $ 

=> Le fichier de sortie tourne désormais au format m4a en mode stéréo à 128 kb/s.
=> J'ai renommé le fichier ma_video2.m4a pour bien le distinguer sur mon disque, rien de plus.

La différence de taille sur le disque :
ma_video.mp3 360 kB
ma_video2.m4a 482 kB

Un fichier m4a prend donc plus de place sur un disque qu'un fichier mp3.

d - déterminer la qualité et les formats disponibles pour votre téléchargement :

youtube-dl -F url_de_la_vidéo

Soit chez moi :

exit
 stevie  ~  youtube-dl -F https://www.site_tartempion.com/watch?v=ma_video3
[youtube] ma_video3: Downloading webpage
[youtube] ma_video3: Downloading video info webpage
WARNING: Unable to extract video title
[youtube] ma_video3: Downloading js player vflYUXieR
[youtube] ma_video3: Downloading js player vflYUXieR
[info] Available formats for dU26cGlmkRg:
format code  extension  resolution note
249          webm       audio only DASH audio   55k , opus @ 50k, 1.10MiB
250          webm       audio only DASH audio   73k , opus @ 70k, 1.46MiB
140          m4a        audio only DASH audio  130k , m4a_dash container, mp4a.40.2@128k, 2.84MiB
251          webm       audio only DASH audio  142k , opus @160k, 2.91MiB
160          mp4        256x144    144p  130k , avc1.4d400c, 25fps, video only, 2.37MiB
278          webm       256x144    144p  141k , webm container, vp9, 25fps, video only, 2.12MiB
242          webm       426x240    240p  214k , vp9, 25fps, video only, 3.59MiB
133          mp4        426x240    240p  244k , avc1.4d4015, 25fps, video only, 3.54MiB
243          webm       640x360    360p  401k , vp9, 25fps, video only, 6.37MiB
134          mp4        640x360    360p  507k , avc1.4d401e, 25fps, video only, 6.24MiB
244          webm       854x480    480p  700k , vp9, 25fps, video only, 10.17MiB
135          mp4        854x480    480p  844k , avc1.4d401e, 25fps, video only, 9.68MiB
247          webm       1280x720   720p 1293k , vp9, 25fps, video only, 17.86MiB
136          mp4        1280x720   720p 1361k , avc1.4d401f, 25fps, video only, 17.20MiB
248          webm       1920x1080  1080p 2626k , vp9, 25fps, video only, 42.83MiB
137          mp4        1920x1080  1080p 3932k , avc1.640028, 25fps, video only, 54.38MiB
18           mp4        640x360    medium  700k , avc1.42001E, mp4a.40.2@ 96k (44100Hz), 15.34MiB (best)
 stevie  ~  

L'objet de cette formule consiste donc à déterminer les infirmations suivantes pour chaque possibilité de téléchargement :
- format,
- extension,
- résolution audio - vidéo,
- taille... potentielles de votre fichier de sortie.

Personnellement, je n'utilise pas cette possibilité technique. Je me contente du format de fichier par défaut au format mp4. Moc lit très bien les fichiers mp4. Alors...

e - désinstallation :

En effet, vous pouvez pour x raisons décider de supprimer ce programme de votre système. Pour cela, il faudra supprimer le fichier youtube-dl qui se trouve dans le répertoire /usr/local/bin/

Comment supprimer le fichier /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl ?

A l'aide de la commande "rm", comme suit en tant que "admin" :

sudo rm /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl

=> Je n'ai pas encore trouvé l'utilité de supprimer ce soft de mon système ! Donc pas d'exemple de type "Soit chez moi :" .


Après, il restera également à supprimer les fichiers divers et variés générés poar l'installation de ce soft sur votre diques...

3 / Version GUI (Youtube-dl-GUI) :

Il existe une version GUI du nomde "youtube-dl-gui" que j' n'utilise pas. La pluart du temps il existe un paquet correspondant dans chaque distribution.

Je ne conseille pas son utilisation? En effet, rien ne garantit son efficience dans la mesure où son usage s'éloigne d'une utilisation de type Tor-YL. C'est-à-dire installation deppuis les sources officielles et mise à jour à partir d'une recompilation depuis, ecore et toujours depuis les sources officielles !

Enfin, c'est votre problème...

4 / Obligation de respecter le droit d'auteur :

L'usage d'un programme, quelqu'il soit, vous engage au regard de la loi.

Dans le cas où vous ne disposeriez pas des droits de consultation ou conservation, n'employez pas ce programme.

Fréquentez plutôt une médiathèque ou un loueur de DVD ou VOD.

Dans le cas du téléchargement, puis de l'usage d'un fichier protégé, vous vous placeriez en dehors du cadre des lois de votre pays qui devraient en toute logique protéger les droits d'auteur (propriété, droits voisins...). Pour cela, il conviendrait de vous renseigner au sujet du statut du fichier multimédia que vous souhaitez téléchargé, voir même tout simplement visionner. Ces renseignements sont à rechercher pa rapport au Droits du pays d'origine du fichier multimédia et de votre propre pays.


Conclusion : YL constitue un super soft capable de télécharger à la volée un ou plusieurs fichiers multimédia, voir de modifier le format de sortie de votre manipulation. De plus, il fonctionne aussi bien sur linux, BSDs Windows que sur Mac.

Cependant, il convient de ne pas l'installer à partir des paquets des grnades distributions, mais à partir des sources officielles. Puis de le mettre systématiquement à jour avant chaque utilisation, toujours à partir des mêmes sources officielles.

Son utilisation (surtout en ligne de commande) ne se trouve donc pas à la portée du premier venu. Il convient de maîtriser l'usage du terminal, comme de la différence des rôles entre un utilisateur et un administrateur par exemple.

Une fois maitrisées toutes ces notions, YL constitue un instrument hors-pair pour conserver une mémoire de vos surfs multimédia dans le strict respect de lois, à commencer par celles qui les droits d'auteur.

De grandes capacités techniques impliquent de grandes responsabilités morales, comme juridiques.

Bien à vous.

Mr. S. 



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Sources :
- Page github du projet : https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl
- Manpage youtbe-dl Ubuntu : https://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/xe … -dl.1.html
- manpage du programme "hash :

man hash

- Liste des plate-formes supportées (youtube-dl Supported sites) au 20 octobre 2019 (date du début de la rédaction de ce tutoriel) :
https://ytdl-org.github.io/youtube-dl/s … sites.html



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xenial (1) youtube-dl.1.gz
Provided by: youtube-dl_2016.02.22-1_all bug

NAME

       youtube-dl - download videos from youtube.com or other video platforms

SYNOPSIS

       youtube-dl [OPTIONS] URL [URL...]

DESCRIPTION

       youtube-dl  is  a small command-line program to download videos from YouTube.com and a few
       more sites.  It requires the Python interpreter, version 2.6, 2.7, or 3.2+, and it is  not
       platform  specific.   It  should  work on your Unix box, on Windows or on Mac OS X.  It is
       released to the public domain, which means you can modify it, redistribute it  or  use  it
       however you like.

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              Print this help text and exit

       --version
              Print program version and exit

       -U, --update
              Update  this  program  to  latest  version.   Make  sure  that  you have sufficient
              permissions (run with sudo if needed)

       -i, --ignore-errors
              Continue on download errors, for example to skip unavailable videos in a playlist

       --abort-on-error
              Abort downloading of further videos (in the playlist or the  command  line)  if  an
              error occurs

       --dump-user-agent
              Display the current browser identification

       --list-extractors
              List all supported extractors

       --extractor-descriptions
              Output descriptions of all supported extractors

       --force-generic-extractor
              Force extraction to use the generic extractor

       --default-search PREFIX
              Use  this  prefix  for  unqualified  URLs.   For example "gvsearch2:" downloads two
              videos from google videos for youtube-dl "large apple".  Use the  value  "auto"  to
              let  youtube-dl  guess  ("auto_warning"  to emit a warning when guessing).  "error"
              just throws an error.  The default value "fixup_error"  repairs  broken  URLs,  but
              emits an error if this is not possible instead of searching.

       --ignore-config
              Do  not read configuration files.  When given in the global configuration file /etc
              /youtube-dl.conf:  Do  not  read  the  user  configuration  in   ~/.config/youtube-
              dl/config (%APPDATA%/youtube-dl/config.txt on Windows)

       --flat-playlist
              Do not extract the videos of a playlist, only list them.

       --no-color
              Do not emit color codes in output

   Network Options:
       --proxy URL
              Use  the  specified  HTTP/HTTPS  proxy.   Pass  in an empty 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)

       --cn-verification-proxy URL
              Use this proxy to verify the IP address for some Chinese sites.  The default  proxy
              specified  by  --proxy  (or  none,  if  the options is not present) is used for the
              actual downloading.  (experimental)

   Video Selection:
       --playlist-start NUMBER
              Playlist video to start at (default is 1)

       --playlist-end NUMBER
              Playlist video to end at (default is last)

       --playlist-items ITEM_SPEC
              Playlist video items to download.  Specify indices of the videos  in  the  playlist
              separated by commas like: "--playlist-items 1,2,5,8" if you want to download videos
              indexed 1, 2, 5, 8 in the  playlist.   You  can  specify  range:  "--playlist-items
              1-3,7,10-13", it will download the videos at index 1, 2, 3, 7, 10, 11, 12 and 13.

       --match-title REGEX
              Download only matching titles (regex or caseless sub-string)

       --reject-title REGEX
              Skip download for matching titles (regex or caseless sub-string)

       --max-downloads NUMBER
              Abort after downloading NUMBER files

       --min-filesize SIZE
              Do not download any videos smaller than SIZE (e.g.  50k or 44.6m)

       --max-filesize SIZE
              Do not download any videos larger than SIZE (e.g.  50k or 44.6m)

       --date DATE
              Download only videos uploaded in this date

       --datebefore DATE
              Download only videos uploaded on or before this date (i.e.  inclusive)

       --dateafter DATE
              Download only videos uploaded on or after this date (i.e.  inclusive)

       --min-views COUNT
              Do not download any videos with less than 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 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 been liked more than 100 times and disliked
              less  than  50  times  (or  the dislike functionality is not available at the given
              service), but who also have a description, use --match-filter "like_count >  100  &
              dislike_count <?  50 & description" .

       --no-playlist
              Download only the video, if the URL refers to a video and a playlist.

       --yes-playlist
              Download the playlist, if the URL refers to a video and a playlist.

       --age-limit YEARS
              Download only videos suitable for the given age

       --download-archive FILE
              Download  only  videos  not  listed  in  the  archive  file.  Record the IDs of all
              downloaded videos in it.

       --include-ads
              Download advertisements as well (experimental)

   Download Options:
       -r, --rate-limit LIMIT
              Maximum download rate in bytes per second (e.g.  50K or 4.2M)

       -R, --retries RETRIES
              Number of retries (default is 10), or "infinite".

       --buffer-size SIZE
              Size of download buffer (e.g.  1024 or 16K) (default is 1024)

       --no-resize-buffer
              Do not automatically adjust the buffer  size.   By  default,  the  buffer  size  is
              automatically resized from an initial value of SIZE.

       --playlist-reverse
              Download playlist videos in reverse order

       --xattr-set-filesize
              Set file xattribute ytdl.filesize with expected filesize (experimental)

       --hls-prefer-native
              Use the native HLS downloader instead of ffmpeg (experimental)

       --hls-use-mpegts
              Use  the  mpegts  container  for  HLS  videos,  allowing  to  play  the video while
              downloading (some players may not be able to play it)

       --external-downloader COMMAND
              Use     the     specified     external     downloader.      Currently      supports
              aria2c,axel,curl,httpie,wget

       --external-downloader-args ARGS
              Give these arguments to the external downloader

   Filesystem Options:
       -a, --batch-file FILE
              File containing URLs to download ('-' for stdin)

       --id   Use only video ID in file name

       -o, --output TEMPLATE
              Output  filename  template.   Use  %(title)s to get the title, %(uploader)s for the
              uploader  name,  %(uploader_id)s  for   the   uploader   nickname   if   different,
              %(autonumber)s to get an automatically incremented number, %(ext)s for the filename
              extension, %(format)s for the format description (like "22 -  1280x720"  or  "HD"),
              %(format_id)s  for  the  unique  id  of  the  format (like YouTube's itags: "137"),
              %(upload_date)s for the upload date  (YYYYMMDD),  %(extractor)s  for  the  provider
              (youtube,   metacafe,   etc),   %(id)s   for   the  video  id,  %(playlist_title)s,
              %(playlist_id)s, or %(playlist)s (=title if present, ID otherwise) for the playlist
              the  video  is in, %(playlist_index)s for the position in the playlist.  %(height)s
              and %(width)s for the width and height of the video format.  %(resolution)s  for  a
              textual  description  of  the  resolution  of  the  video format.  %% for a literal
              percent.  Use - to output to stdout.  Can also be used to download to  a  different
              directory,      for      example      with      -o      '/my/downloads/%(uploader)s
              /%(title)s-%(id)s.%(ext)s' .

       --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

       --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
              downloads if possible.

       --no-continue
              Do not resume partially downloaded files (restart from beginning)

       --no-part
              Do not use .part files - write directly into output file

       --no-mtime
              Do not use the Last-modified header to set the file modification time

       --write-description
              Write video description to a .description file

       --write-info-json
              Write video metadata to a .info.json file

       --write-annotations
              Write video annotations to a .annotations.xml file

       --load-info FILE
              JSON  file  containing  the video information (created with the "--write-info-json"
              option)

       --cookies FILE
              File to read cookies from and dump cookie jar in

       --cache-dir DIR
              Location in the filesystem where youtube-dl can store some  downloaded  information
              permanently.   By  default $XDG_CACHE_HOME /youtube-dl or ~/.cache/youtube-dl .  At
              the moment, only YouTube player files (for videos with obfuscated  signatures)  are
              cached, but that may change.

       --no-cache-dir
              Disable filesystem caching

       --rm-cache-dir
              Delete all filesystem cache files

   Thumbnail images:
       --write-thumbnail
              Write thumbnail image to disk

       --write-all-thumbnails
              Write all thumbnail image formats to disk

       --list-thumbnails
              Simulate and list all available thumbnail formats

   Verbosity / Simulation Options:
       -q, --quiet
              Activate quiet mode

       --no-warnings
              Ignore warnings

       -s, --simulate
              Do not download the video and do not write anything to disk

       --skip-download
              Do not download the video

       -g, --get-url
              Simulate, quiet but print URL

       -e, --get-title
              Simulate, quiet but print title

       --get-id
              Simulate, quiet but print id

       --get-thumbnail
              Simulate, quiet but print thumbnail URL

       --get-description
              Simulate, quiet but print video description

       --get-duration
              Simulate, quiet but print video length

       --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.

       -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 playlist information in a single line.

       --print-json
              Be quiet and print the video information as JSON (video is still being downloaded).

       --newline
              Output progress bar as new lines

       --no-progress
              Do not print progress bar

       --console-title
              Display progress in console titlebar

       -v, --verbose
              Print various debugging information

       --dump-pages
              Print downloaded pages encoded using base64 to debug problems (very verbose)

       --write-pages
              Write  downloaded  intermediary  pages  to  files in the current directory to debug
              problems

       --print-traffic
              Display sent and read HTTP traffic

       -C, --call-home
              Contact the youtube-dl server for debugging

       --no-call-home
              Do NOT contact the youtube-dl server for debugging

   Workarounds:
       --encoding ENCODING
              Force the specified encoding (experimental)

       --no-check-certificate
              Suppress HTTPS certificate validation

       --prefer-insecure
              Use an unencrypted connection to retrieve information about the video.   (Currently
              supported only for YouTube)

       --user-agent UA
              Specify a custom user agent

       --referer URL
              Specify a custom referer, use if the video access is restricted to one domain

       --add-header FIELD:VALUE
              Specify  a custom HTTP header and its value, separated by a colon ':'.  You can use
              this option multiple times

       --bidi-workaround
              Work around terminals that lack bidirectional  text  support.   Requires  bidiv  or
              fribidi executable in PATH

       --sleep-interval SECONDS
              Number of seconds to sleep before each download.

   Video Format Options:
       -f, --format FORMAT
              Video format code, see the "FORMAT SELECTION" for all the info

       --all-formats
              Download all available video formats

       --prefer-free-formats
              Prefer free video formats unless a specific one is requested

       -F, --list-formats
              List all available formats of requested videos

       --youtube-skip-dash-manifest
              Do not download the DASH manifests and related data on YouTube videos

       --merge-output-format FORMAT
              If  a  merge  is  required  (e.g.   bestvideo+bestaudio), output to given container
              format.  One of mkv, mp4, ogg, webm, flv.  Ignored if no merge is required

   Subtitle Options:
       --write-sub
              Write subtitle file

       --write-auto-sub
              Write automatically generated subtitle file (YouTube only)

       --all-subs
              Download all the available subtitles of the video

       --list-subs
              List all available subtitles for the video

       --sub-format FORMAT
              Subtitle format, accepts formats preference, for example: "srt" or "ass/srt/best"

       --sub-lang LANGS
              Languages of the subtitles to download (optional) separated by commas, use  --list-
              subs for available language tags

   Authentication Options:
       -u, --username USERNAME
              Login with this account ID

       -p, --password PASSWORD
              Account password.  If this option is left out, youtube-dl will ask interactively.

       -2, --twofactor TWOFACTOR
              Two-factor auth code

       -n, --netrc
              Use .netrc authentication data

       --video-password PASSWORD
              Video password (vimeo, smotri, youku)

   Post-processing Options:
       -x, --extract-audio
              Convert  video  files to audio-only files (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

       --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 (default 5)

       --recode-video FORMAT
              Encode  the  video  to  another   format   if   necessary   (currently   supported:
              mp4|flv|ogg|webm|mkv|avi)

       --postprocessor-args ARGS
              Give these arguments to the postprocessor

       -k, --keep-video
              Keep  the  video  file  on  disk after the post- processing; the video is erased by
              default

       --no-post-overwrites
              Do not overwrite post-processed files; the post-processed files are overwritten  by
              default

       --embed-subs
              Embed subtitles in the video (only for mkv and mp4 videos)

       --embed-thumbnail
              Embed thumbnail in the audio as cover art

       --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"

       --xattrs
              Write metadata to the video file's xattrs (using dublin core and xdg standards)

       --fixup POLICY
              Automatically  correct  known  faults of the file.  One of never (do nothing), warn
              (only emit a warning), detect_or_warn (the  default;  fix  file  if  we  can,  warn
              otherwise)

       --prefer-avconv
              Prefer avconv over ffmpeg for running the postprocessors (default)

       --prefer-ffmpeg
              Prefer ffmpeg over avconv for running the postprocessors

       --ffmpeg-location PATH
              Location  of  the  ffmpeg/avconv  binary;  either  the  path  to  the binary or its
              containing directory.

       --exec CMD
              Execute a command on the file after downloading, similar to  find's  -exec  syntax.
              Example: --exec 'adb push {} /sdcard/Music/ && rm {}'

       --convert-subs FORMAT
              Convert the subtitles to other format (currently supported: srt|ass|vtt)

CONFIGURATION

       You  can  configure  youtube-dl  by  placing  any  supported  command  line  option  to  a
       configuration  file.   On  Linux,  the  system  wide  configuration  file  is  located  at
       /etc/youtube-dl.conf  and the user wide configuration file at ~/.config/youtube-dl/config.
       On Windows, the user wide configuration file locations are %APPDATA%\youtube-dl\config.txt
       or  C:\Users\<user name>\youtube-dl.conf.   For  example, with the following configuration
       file youtube-dl will always extract the audio, not copy the mtime and use a proxy:

              --extract-audio
              --no-mtime
              --proxy 127.0.0.1:3128

       You can use --ignore-config if you want to disable the configuration file for a particular
       youtube-dl run.

   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 per extractor basis.
       For that you will need to create a.netrc file in your $HOME and  restrict  permissions  to
       read/write by you only:

              touch $HOME/.netrc
              chmod a-rwx,u+rw $HOME/.netrc

       After  that you can add credentials for extractor in the following format, where extractor
       is the name of extractor in lowercase:

              machine <extractor> login <login> password <password>

       For example:

              machine youtube login myaccount@gmail.com password my_youtube_password
              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.

OUTPUT TEMPLATE

       The  -o  option  allows users to indicate a template for the output file names.  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

       · creator: The main artist who created 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

       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

       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

       Each  aforementioned  sequence  when referenced in 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 particular
       extractor, such sequences will be replaced with NA.

       For example for -o %(title)s-%(id)s.%(ext)s and 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.

       Output    template    can    also    contain    arbitrary    hierarchical    path,    e.g.
       -o '%(playlist)s/%(playlist_index)s - %(title)s.%(ext)s'  that  will result in downloading
       each video in a directory corresponding to this path template.  Any missing directory will
       be automatically created for you.

       To specify percent literal in output template use %%.  To output to stdout use -o -.

       The current default template is %(title)s-%(id)s.%(ext)s.

       In  some  cases,  you don't want special characters such as 中, spaces, or &, such as when
       transferring the downloaded filename to a  Windows  system  or  the  filename  through  an
       8bit-unsafe  channel.   In these cases, add the --restrict-filenames flag to get a shorter
       title:

       Examples (note on Windows you may need to use double quotes instead of single):

              $ youtube-dl --get-filename -o '%(title)s.%(ext)s' BaW_jenozKc
              youtube-dl test video ''_ä↭?.mp4    # All kinds of weird characters

              $ youtube-dl --get-filename -o '%(title)s.%(ext)s' BaW_jenozKc --restrict-filenames
              youtube-dl_test_video_.mp4          # A simple file name

              # Download YouTube playlist videos in separate directory indexed by video order in a playlist
              $ youtube-dl -o '%(playlist)s/%(playlist_index)s - %(title)s.%(ext)s' https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwiyx1dc3P2JR9N8gQaQN_BCvlSlap7re

              # Download Udemy course keeping each chapter in separate directory under MyVideos directory in your home
              $ 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

              # Stream the video being downloaded to stdout
              $ youtube-dl -o - BaW_jenozKc

FORMAT SELECTION

       By default youtube-dl tries to download the best available quality, i.e.  if you want  the
       best  quality you don't need to pass any special options, youtube-dl will guess it for you
       by default.

       But sometimes you may want to download in a different format, for example when you are  on
       a  slow  or  intermittent  connection.   The key mechanism for achieving this is so called
       format selection based on which you can explicitly specify desired format, select  formats
       based on some criterion or criteria, setup precedence and much more.

       The  general  syntax  for  format  selection is --format FORMAT or shorter -f FORMAT where
       FORMAT is a selector expression, i.e.  an expression that describes format or formats  you
       would like to download.

       The simplest case is requesting a specific format, for example with -f 22 you can download
       the format with format code equal to 22.  You can get the list of available  format  codes
       for  particular  video  using  --list-formats  or  -F.   Note  that these format codes are
       extractor specific.

       You can also use a file extension (currently 3gp, aac, flv, m4a, mp3, mp4, ogg, wav,  webm
       are  supported)  to  download best quality format of particular file extension served as a
       single file, e.g.  -f webm will download best quality format with webm extension served as
       a single file.

       You  can also use special names to select particular edge case format: - best: Select best
       quality format represented by single file with video  and  audio  -  worst:  Select  worst
       quality  format  represented  by single file with video and audio - bestvideo: Select best
       quality video only format (e.g.  DASH video), may not be available  -  worstvideo:  Select
       worst  quality  video  only  format, may not be available - bestaudio: Select best quality
       audio only format, may not be available - worstaudio:  Select  worst  quality  audio  only
       format, may not be available

       For example, to download worst quality video only format you can use -f worstvideo.

       If  you  want  to download multiple videos and they don't have the same formats available,
       you  can  specify  the  order  of  preference  using  slashes.    Note   that   slash   is
       left-associative,  i.e.   formats  on  the  left  hand  side  are  preferred,  for example
       -f 22/17/18 will download format 22 if it's available, otherwise it will  download  format
       17 if it's available, otherwise it will download format 18 if it's available, otherwise it
       will complain that no suitable formats are available for download.

       If you want to download several formats of the same video use comma as a  separator,  e.g.
       -f 22,17,18  will  download  all these three formats, of course if they are available.  Or
       more      sophisticated      example      combined      with      precedence       feature
       -f 136/137/mp4/bestvideo,140/m4a/bestaudio.

       You  can  also  filter  the  video  formats  by  putting  a  condition  in brackets, as in
       -f "best[height=720]" (or -f "[filesize>10M]").

       The following numeric meta fields can be used with comparisons <, <=, >, >=,  =  (equals),
       !=  (not  equals):  - filesize: The number of bytes, if known in advance - width: Width of
       the video, if known - height: Height of the video, if known  -  tbr:  Average  bitrate  of
       audio  and  video  in  KBit/s  - abr: Average audio bitrate in KBit/s - vbr: Average video
       bitrate in KBit/s - asr: Audio sampling rate in Hertz - fps: Frame rate

       Also filtering work for comparisons = (equals), != (not  equals),  ^=  (begins  with),  $=
       (ends  with),  *=  (contains)  and  following  string meta fields: - ext: File extension -
       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, m3u8, or m3u8_native

       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 video hoster.

       Formats for which the value is not known are excluded unless you put a question  mark  (?)
       after  the  operator.   You  can combine format filters, so -f "[height <=? 720][tbr>500]"
       selects up to 720p videos (or videos where the height is not known) with a bitrate  of  at
       least 500 KBit/s.

       You   can   merge   the  video  and  audio  of  two  formats  into  a  single  file  using
       -f <video-format>+<audio-format>  (requires  ffmpeg  or  avconv  installed),  for  example
       -f bestvideo+bestaudio  will  download  best video only format, best audio only format and
       mux them together with ffmpeg/avconv.

       Format selectors can also be grouped  using  parentheses,  for  example  if  you  want  to
       download  the  best  mp4  and  webm  formats  with  a  height  lower  than 480 you can use
       -f '(mp4,webm)[height<480]'.

       Since   the   end   of   April   2015   and    version    2015.04.26    youtube-dl    uses
       -f bestvideo+bestaudio/best  as default format selection (see #5447, #5456).  If ffmpeg or
       avconv are installed this results in downloading bestvideo and  bestaudio  separately  and
       muxing  them  together  into  a  single  file  giving  the best overall quality available.
       Otherwise it falls back to best and results in  downloading  the  best  available  quality
       served  as  a  single  file.   best is also needed for videos that don't come from YouTube
       because they don't provide the audio and video in two different files.   If  you  want  to
       only  download  some DASH formats (for example if you are not interested in getting videos
       with      a      resolution      higher      than      1080p),      you      can       add
       -f bestvideo[height<=?1080]+bestaudio/best  to  your configuration file.  Note that if you
       use youtube-dl to stream to stdout (and most likely to pipe it to your media player then),
       i.e.  you explicitly specify output template as -o -, youtube-dl still uses -f best format
       selection in order to start content delivery immediately to your player and  not  to  wait
       until bestvideo and bestaudio are downloaded and muxed.

       If  you  want  to  preserve  the  old  format  selection  behavior  (prior  to  youtube-dl
       2015.04.26), i.e.  you want to download the best  available  quality  media  served  as  a
       single  file, you should explicitly specify your choice with -f best.  You may want to add
       it to the configuration file (#configuration) in order not to type it every time  you  run
       youtube-dl.

       Examples (note on Windows you may need to use double quotes instead of single):

              # Download best mp4 format available or any other best if no mp4 available
              $ youtube-dl -f 'bestvideo[ext=mp4]+bestaudio[ext=m4a]/best[ext=mp4]/best'

              # Download best format available but not better that 480p
              $ youtube-dl -f 'bestvideo[height<=480]+bestaudio/best[height<=480]'

              # Download best video only format but no bigger that 50 MB
              $ youtube-dl -f 'best[filesize<50M]'

              # Download best format available via direct link over HTTP/HTTPS protocol
              $ youtube-dl -f '(bestvideo+bestaudio/best)[protocol^=http]'

VIDEO SELECTION

       Videos  can  be  filtered  by  their upload date using the options --date, --datebefore or
       --dateafter.  They accept dates in two formats:

       · Absolute dates: Dates in the format YYYYMMDD.

       · Relative dates: Dates in the format (now|today)[+-][0-9](day|week|month|year)(s)?

       Examples:

              # Download only the videos uploaded in the last 6 months
              $ youtube-dl --dateafter now-6months

              # Download only the videos uploaded on January 1, 1970
              $ youtube-dl --date 19700101

              $ # Download only the videos uploaded in the 200x decade
              $ youtube-dl --dateafter 20000101 --datebefore 20091231

FAQ

   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 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.

       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):

              sudo wget https://yt-dl.org/latest/youtube-dl -O /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl
              sudo chmod a+x /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl
              hash -r

       Again, from then on you'll be able to update with sudo youtube-dl -U.

   I'm getting an error
       Unable to extract OpenGraph title on YouTube playlists

       YouTube changed their playlist format in March 2014 and later on, so you'll need at  least
       youtube-dl 2014.07.25 to download all YouTube videos.

       If  you  have  installed  youtube-dl  with  a package manager, pip, setup.py or a tarball,
       please use that to update.  Note that Ubuntu packages do not seem to get updated  anymore.
       Since  we  are not affiliated with Ubuntu, there is little we can do.  Feel free to report
       bugs   (https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/youtube-dl/+filebug)   to   the   Ubuntu
       packaging                               guys                               (mailto:ubuntu-
       motu@lists.ubuntu.com?subject=outdated%20version%20of%20youtube-dl) - all they have to  do
       is update the package to a somewhat recent version.  See above for a way to update.

   Do I always have to pass -citw?
       By  default,  youtube-dl  intends  to  have  the best options (incidentally, if you have a
       convincing case that these should be different, please file an  issue  where  you  explain
       that (https://yt-dl.org/bug)).  Therefore, it is unnecessary and sometimes harmful to copy
       long option strings from webpages.  In particular, the only option out of  -citw  that  is
       regularly useful is -i.

   Can you please put the -b option back?
       Most people asking this question are not aware that youtube-dl now defaults to downloading
       the highest available quality as reported by YouTube, which will be 1080p or 720p in  some
       cases,  so you no longer need the -b option.  For some specific videos, maybe YouTube does
       not report them to be available in a specific high quality format  you're  interested  in.
       In that case, simply request it with the -f option and youtube-dl will try to download it.

   I get HTTP error 402 when trying to download a video. What's
       this?

       Apparently  YouTube  requires  you to pass a CAPTCHA test if you download too much.  We're
       considering to provide a way to let you solve the CAPTCHA (https://github.com/rg3/youtube-
       dl/issues/154),  but at the moment, your best course of action is pointing a webbrowser to
       the youtube URL, solving the CAPTCHA, and restart youtube-dl.

   Do I need any other programs?
       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.

   I have downloaded a video but how can I play it?
       Once  the  video  is   fully   downloaded,   use   any   video   player,   such   as   vlc
       (http://www.videolan.org) or mplayer (http://www.mplayerhq.hu/).

   I extracted a video URL with -g, but it does not play on
       another machine / in my webbrowser.

       It  depends a lot on the service.  In many cases, requests for the video (to download/play
       it) must come from the same IP address and with  the  same  cookies.   Use  the  --cookies
       option  to  write  the  required  cookies  into a file, and advise your downloader to read
       cookies from that file.  Some sites also require a common  user  agent  to  be  used,  use
       --dump-user-agent to see the one in use by youtube-dl.

       It  may  be  beneficial  to  use IPv6; in some cases, the restrictions are only applied to
       IPv4.  Some services (sometimes only for a subset of videos) do not restrict the video URL
       by IP address, cookie, or user-agent, but these are the exception rather than the rule.

       Please  bear in mind that some URL protocols are not supported by browsers out of the box,
       including RTMP.  If you are using -g, your own downloader must support these as well.

       If you want to play the video on a machine that is not running youtube-dl, you  can  relay
       the  video  content  from  the  machine  that  runs  youtube-dl.   You can use -o - to let
       youtube-dl stream a video to stdout, or simply allow the  player  to  download  the  files
       written by youtube-dl in turn.

   ERROR: no fmt_url_map or conn information found in video info
       YouTube has switched to a new video info format in July 2011 which is not supported by old
       versions of  youtube-dl.   See  above  (#how-do-i-update-youtube-dl)  for  how  to  update
       youtube-dl.

   ERROR: unable to download video
       YouTube  requires  an  additional signature since September 2012 which is not supported by
       old versions of youtube-dl.  See above (#how-do-i-update-youtube-dl)  for  how  to  update
       youtube-dl.

   Video URL contains an ampersand and I'm getting some strange
       output [1] 2839 or 'v' is not recognized as an internal or external command

       That's  actually  the output from your shell.  Since ampersand is one of the special shell
       characters it's interpreted by the shell preventing you from  passing  the  whole  URL  to
       youtube-dl.   To disable your shell from interpreting the ampersands (or any other special
       characters) you have to either put the whole URL in quotes or escape them with a backslash
       (which approach will work depends on your shell).

       For  example if your URL is https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=4&v=BaW_jenozKc you should end
       up with following command:

       youtube-dl 'https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=4&v=BaW_jenozKc'

       or

       youtube-dl https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=4\&v=BaW_jenozKc

       For Windows you have to use the double quotes:

       youtube-dl "https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=4&v=BaW_jenozKc"

   ExtractorError: Could not find JS function u'OF'
       In February 2015, the new YouTube player contained a character sequence in a  string  that
       was misinterpreted by old versions of youtube-dl.  See above (#how-do-i-update-youtube-dl)
       for how to update youtube-dl.

   HTTP Error 429: Too Many Requests or 402: Payment Required
       These two error codes indicate that the service is blocking your  IP  address  because  of
       overuse.   Contact  the  service and ask them to unblock your IP address, or - if you have
       acquired a whitelisted IP address already - use the --proxy  or  --source-address  options
       (#network-options) to select another IP address.

   SyntaxError: Non-ASCII character
       The error

              File "youtube-dl", line 2
              SyntaxError: Non-ASCII character '\x93' ...

       means you're using an outdated version of Python.  Please update to Python 2.6 or 2.7.

   What is this binary file? Where has the code gone?
       Since  June  2012  (#342)  youtube-dl  is packed as an executable zipfile, simply unzip it
       (might need renaming to youtube-dl.zip first on some systems) or clone the git repository,
       as  laid  out  above.  If you modify the code, you can run it by executing the __main__.py
       file.  To recompile the executable, run make youtube-dl.

   The exe throws a Runtime error from Visual C++
       To run the exe you need to install first the Microsoft  Visual  C++  2008  Redistributable
       Package (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=29).

   On Windows, how should I set up ffmpeg and youtube-dl? Where should
       I put the exe files?

       If  you  put  youtube-dl  and ffmpeg in the same directory that you're running the command
       from, it will work, but that's rather cumbersome.

       To make a different directory work - either for ffmpeg, or for youtube-dl, or for  both  -
       simply  create  the  directory  (say,  C:\bin,  or  C:\Users\<User name>\bin), put all the
       executables  directly  in  there,  and   then   set   your   PATH   environment   variable
       (https://www.java.com/en/download/help/path.xml) to include that directory.

       From  then on, after restarting your shell, you will be able to access both youtube-dl and
       ffmpeg (and youtube-dl will be able to find ffmpeg) by simply typing youtube-dl or ffmpeg,
       no matter what directory you're in.

   How do I put downloads into a specific folder?
       Use   the   -o   to   specify   an   output   template   (#output-template),  for  example
       -o "/home/user/videos/%(title)s-%(id)s.%(ext)s".   If  you  want  this  for  all  of  your
       downloads, put the option into your configuration file (#configuration).

   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
       --:

              youtube-dl -- -wNyEUrxzFU
              youtube-dl "http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wNyEUrxzFU"

   How do I pass cookies to youtube-dl?
       Use the --cookies option, for example --cookies /path/to/cookies/file.txt.  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.

       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).

   Can you add support for this anime video site, or site which shows
       current movies for free?

       As  a  matter  of  policy  (as  well as legality), youtube-dl does not include support for
       services that specialize in infringing copyright.  As a  rule  of  thumb,  if  you  cannot
       easily  find a video that the service is quite obviously allowed to distribute (i.e.  that
       has been uploaded by the creator, the creator's distributor, or is published under a  free
       license), the service is probably unfit for inclusion to youtube-dl.

       A  note on the service that they don't host the infringing content, but just link to those
       who do, is evidence that the service should not be included  into  youtube-dl.   The  same
       goes for any DMCA note when the whole front page of the service is filled with videos they
       are not allowed to distribute.  A "fair use" note is equally unconvincing if  the  service
       shows copyright-protected videos in full without authorization.

       Support  requests for services that do purchase the rights to distribute their content are
       perfectly fine though.  If in doubt, you can simply include a  source  that  mentions  the
       legitimate purchase of content.

   How can I speed up work on my issue?
       (Also  known as: Help, my important issue not being solved!) The youtube-dl core developer
       team is quite small.  While we do our best to solve as many issues as possible,  sometimes
       that can take quite a while.  To speed up your issue, here's what you can do:

       First  of  all,  please do report the issue at our issue tracker (https://yt-dl.org/bugs).
       That allows us to coordinate all efforts by users and developers, and serves as a  unified
       point.  Unfortunately, the youtube-dl project has grown too large to use personal email as
       an effective communication channel.

       Please read the bug reporting instructions (#bugs) below.  A lot  of  bugs  lack  all  the
       necessary  information.   If  you can, offer proxy, VPN, or shell access to the youtube-dl
       developers.  If you are able to, test  the  issue  from  multiple  computers  in  multiple
       countries to exclude local censorship or misconfiguration issues.

       If  nobody  is interested in solving your issue, you are welcome to take matters into your
       own hands and submit a pull request (or coerce/pay somebody else to do so).

       Feel free to bump the issue from time to time by writing a small comment ("Issue is  still
       present  in  youtube-dl  version  ...from France, but fixed from Belgium"), but please not
       more than once a month.  Please do not declare your issue as important or urgent.

   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.

       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.

       If you want to find out whether a given URL is supported, simply call youtube-dl with  it.
       If  you  get  no  videos  back,  chances are the URL is either not referring to a video or
       unsupported.  You can find out which by examining the output (if you run youtube-dl on the
       console) or catching an UnsupportedError exception if you run it from a Python program.

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.

       To run youtube-dl as a developer, you don't need to build anything either.  Simply execute

              python -m youtube_dl

       To run the test, simply invoke your favorite test runner, or execute a test file directly;
       any of the following work:

              python -m unittest discover
              python test/test_download.py
              nosetests

       If you want to create a build of youtube-dl yourself, you'll need

       · python

       · make

       · pandoc

       · zip

       · nosetests

   Adding support for a new site
       If  you  want to add support for a new site, you can follow this quick list (assuming your
       service is called yourextractor):

        1. Fork this repository (https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/fork)

        2. Check            out            the            source            code             with
           git clone git@github.com:YOUR_GITHUB_USERNAME/youtube-dl.git

        3. Start a new git branch with cd youtube-dl; git checkout -b yourextractor

        4. Start with this simple template and save it to youtube_dl/extractor/yourextractor.py:

                  # coding: utf-8
                  from __future__ import unicode_literals

                  from .common import InfoExtractor

                  class YourExtractorIE(InfoExtractor):
                      _VALID_URL = r'https?://(?:www\.)?yourextractor\.com/watch/(?P<id>[0-9]+)'
                      _TEST = {
                          'url': 'http://yourextractor.com/watch/42',
                          'md5': 'TODO: md5 sum of the first 10241 bytes of the video file (use --test)',
                          'info_dict': {
                              'id': '42',
                              'ext': 'mp4',
                              'title': 'Video title goes here',
                              'thumbnail': 're:^https?://.*\.jpg$',
                              # TODO more properties, either as:
                              # * A value
                              # * MD5 checksum; start the string with md5:
                              # * A regular expression; start the string with re:
                              # * Any Python type (for example int or float)
                          }
                      }

                      def _real_extract(self, url):
                          video_id = self._match_id(url)
                          webpage = self._download_webpage(url, video_id)

                          # TODO more code goes here, for example ...
                          title = self._html_search_regex(r'<h1>(.+?)</h1>', webpage, 'title')

                          return {
                              'id': video_id,
                              'title': title,
                              'description': self._og_search_description(webpage),
                              'uploader': self._search_regex(r'<div[^>]+id="uploader"[^>]*>([^<]+)<', webpage, 'uploader', fatal=False),
                              # TODO more properties (see youtube_dl/extractor/common.py)
                          }

        5. Add  an  import  in  youtube_dl/extractor/__init__.py (https://github.com/rg3/youtube-
           dl/blob/master/youtube_dl/extractor/__init__.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.

        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#L62-L200).  Add tests and  code  for  as
           many as you want.

        8. If you can, check the code with flake8 (https://pypi.python.org/pypi/flake8).

        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:

                  $ git add youtube_dl/extractor/__init__.py
                  $ git add youtube_dl/extractor/yourextractor.py
                  $ git commit -m '[yourextractor] Add new extractor'
                  $ git push origin yourextractor

       10. Finally,  create  a  pull  request  (https://help.github.com/articles/creating-a-pull-
           request).  We'll then review and merge it.

       In any case, thank you very much for your contributions!

EMBEDDING YOUTUBE-DL

       youtube-dl makes the best effort to be a good command-line program,  and  thus  should  be
       callable from any programming language.  If you encounter any problems parsing its output,
       feel free to create a report (https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/issues/new).

       From a Python program, you can embed youtube-dl in a more powerful fashion, like this:

              from __future__ import unicode_literals
              import youtube_dl

              ydl_opts = {}
              with youtube_dl.YoutubeDL(ydl_opts) as ydl:
                  ydl.download(['http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaW_jenozKc'])

       Most likely, you'll want to use various options.  For a list of what can be done,  have  a
       look          at          youtube_dl/YoutubeDL.py         (https://github.com/rg3/youtube-
       dl/blob/master/youtube_dl/YoutubeDL.py#L121-L269).  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:

              from __future__ import unicode_literals
              import youtube_dl

              class MyLogger(object):
                  def debug(self, msg):
                      pass

                  def warning(self, msg):
                      pass

                  def error(self, msg):
                      print(msg)

              def my_hook(d):
                  if d['status'] == 'finished':
                      print('Done downloading, now converting ...')

              ydl_opts = {
                  'format': 'bestaudio/best',
                  'postprocessors': [{
                      'key': 'FFmpegExtractAudio',
                      'preferredcodec': 'mp3',
                      'preferredquality': '192',
                  }],
                  'logger': MyLogger(),
                  'progress_hooks': [my_hook],
              }
              with youtube_dl.YoutubeDL(ydl_opts) as ydl:
                  ydl.download(['http://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 so 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)).

       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] Encodings: locale cp1251, fs mbcs, out cp866, pref cp1251
              [debug] youtube-dl version 2015.12.06
              [debug] Git HEAD: 135392e
              [debug] Python version 2.6.6 - Windows-2003Server-5.2.3790-SP2
              [debug] exe versions: ffmpeg N-75573-g1d0487f, ffprobe N-75573-g1d0487f, rtmpdump 2.4
              [debug] Proxy map: {}
              ...

       Do not post screenshots of verbose log only plain text is acceptable.

       The output (including the first lines) contains important debugging  information.   Issues
       without  the  full  output  are  often not reproducible and therefore do not get solved in
       short order, if ever.

       Please re-read your issue once again to avoid a couple of common  mistakes  (you  can  and
       should use this as a checklist):

   Is the description of the issue itself sufficient?
       We  often  get  issue  reports  that  we  cannot  really decipher.  While in most cases we
       eventually get the required information after asking back multiple times,  this  poses  an
       unnecessary  drain  on  our  resources.  Many contributors, including myself, are also not
       native speakers, so we may misread some parts.

       So please elaborate on what feature you are requesting, or what bug you want to be  fixed.
       Make sure that it's obvious

       · What the problem is

       · How it could be fixed

       · How your proposed solution would look like

       If  your  report  is shorter than two lines, it is almost certainly missing some of these,
       which makes it hard for us to respond to it.  We're often too polite to  close  the  issue
       outright,  but  the missing info makes misinterpretation likely.  As a committer myself, I
       often get frustrated by these issues, since the only possible way for me to  move  forward
       on them is to ask for clarification over and over.

       For  bug  reports,  this  means  that  your  report  should contain the complete output of
       youtube-dl when called with the -v flag.  The error message you get for (most)  bugs  even
       says  so,  but  you  would  not  believe  how  many of our bug reports do not contain this
       information.

       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.

   Are you using the latest version?
       Before  reporting  any  issue,  type  youtube-dl -U.   This  should  report  that   you're
       up-to-date.   About  20% of the reports we receive are already fixed, but people are using
       outdated versions.  This goes for feature requests as well.

   Is the issue already documented?
       Make sure that someone has not already opened the issue you're trying to open.  Search  at
       the  top  of  the  window  or  browse  the  GitHub Issues (https://github.com/rg3/youtube-
       dl/search?type=Issues) of this repository.  If there is  an  issue,  feel  free  to  write
       something  along  the lines of "This affects me as well, with version 2015.01.01.  Here is
       some more information on the issue: ...".  While some issues may be old, a new  post  into
       them often spurs rapid activity.

   Why are existing options not enough?
       Before requesting a new feature, please have a quick peek at the list of supported options
       (https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md#synopsis).  Many feature requests
       are for features that actually exist already!  Please, absolutely do show off your work in
       the issue report and detail how the existing similar options do not solve your problem.

   Is there enough context in your bug report?
       People want to solve problems, and often think they do us a favor by breaking  down  their
       larger  problems  (e.g.   wanting  to skip already downloaded files) to a specific request
       (e.g.  requesting us to look whether the file exists before downloading  the  info  page).
       However,  what  often  happens  is  that  they  break down the problem into two steps: One
       simple, and one impossible (or extremely complicated one).

       We are then presented with a very complicated request when the original problem  could  be
       solved  far  easier,  e.g.   by recording the downloaded video IDs in a separate file.  To
       avoid this, you must include the greater context where it is non-obvious.  In  particular,
       every  feature  request  that  does  not  consist  of adding support for a new site should
       contain a use case scenario that explains in what situation the missing feature  would  be
       useful.

   Does the issue involve one problem, and one problem only?
       Some of our users seem to think there is a limit of issues they can or should open.  There
       is no limit of issues they can or should open.  While it may seem appealing to be able  to
       dump  all  your  issues  into  one  ticket, that means that someone who solves one of your
       issues cannot mark the issue as closed.  Typically, reporting a bunch of issues  leads  to
       the  ticket lingering since nobody wants to attack that behemoth, until someone mercifully
       splits the issue into multiple ones.

       In particular, every site support request issue should only pertain  to  services  at  one
       site  (generally under a common domain, but always using the same backend technology).  Do
       not request support for vimeo user videos, Whitehouse podcasts, and Google Plus  pages  in
       the  same  issue.   Also,  make  sure  that  you  don't post bug reports alongside feature
       requests.  As a rule of thumb, a feature request does not include  outputs  of  youtube-dl
       that are not immediately related to the feature at hand.  Do not post reports of a network
       error alongside the request for a new video service.

   Is anyone going to need the feature?
       Only post features that you (or an  incapacitated  friend  you  can  personally  talk  to)
       require.   Do  not  post  features because they seem like a good idea.  If they are really
       useful, they will be requested by someone who requires them.

   Is your question about youtube-dl?
       It may sound strange, but  some  bug  reports  we  receive  are  completely  unrelated  to
       youtube-dl  and relate to a different or even the reporter's own application.  Please make
       sure that you are actually using youtube-dl.  If you are using a UI for youtube-dl, report
       the  bug to the maintainer of the actual application providing the UI.  On the other hand,
       if your UI for youtube-dl fails in some way you believe is related to youtube-dl,  by  all
       means, go ahead and report the bug.

COPYRIGHT

       youtube-dl is released into the public domain by the copyright holders.

       This README file was originally written by Daniel Bolton (https://github.com/dbbolton) and
       is likewise released into the public domain.

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Pour information, voici la manpage du programme "hash" :

HASH(3)                                              Linux Programmer's Manual                                              HASH(3)

NAME
       hash - hash database access method

SYNOPSIS
       #include <sys/types.h>
       #include <db.h>

DESCRIPTION
       Note  well:  This page documents interfaces provided in glibc up until version 2.1.  Since version 2.2, glibc no longer pro‐
       vides these interfaces.  Probably, you are looking for the APIs provided by the libdb library instead.

       The routine dbopen(3) is the library interface to database files.  One of the supported file formats  is  hash  files.   The
       general description of the database access methods is in dbopen(3), this manual page describes only the hash-specific infor‐
       mation.

       The hash data structure is an extensible, dynamic hashing scheme.

       The access-method-specific data structure provided to dbopen(3) is defined in the <db.h> include file as follows:

           typedef struct {
               unsigned int       bsize;
               unsigned int       ffactor;
               unsigned int       nelem;
               unsigned int       cachesize;
               uint32_t         (*hash)(const void *, size_t);
               int         lorder;
           } HASHINFO;

       The elements of this structure are as follows:

       bsize     defines the hash table bucket size, and is, by default, 256 bytes.  It may be preferable to increase the page size
                 for disk-resident tables and tables with large data items.

       ffactor   indicates  a desired density within the hash table.  It is an approximation of the number of keys allowed to accu‐
                 mulate in any one bucket, determining when the hash table grows or shrinks.  The default value is 8.

       nelem     is an estimate of the final size of the hash table.  If not set or set too low, hash tables will expand gracefully
                 as keys are entered, although a slight performance degradation may be noticed.  The default value is 1.

       cachesize is  the suggested maximum size, in bytes, of the memory cache.  This value is only advisory, and the access method
                 will allocate more memory rather than fail.

       hash      is a user-defined hash function.  Since no hash function performs equally well on all possible data, the user  may
                 find  that  the built-in hash function does poorly on a particular data set.  A user-specified hash functions must
                 take two arguments (a pointer to a byte string and a length) and return a 32-bit quantity to be used as  the  hash
                 value.

       lorder    is the byte order for integers in the stored database metadata.  The number should represent the order as an inte‐
                 ger; for example, big endian order would be the number 4,321.  If lorder is 0 (no order is specified), the current
                 host  order  is used.  If the file already exists, the specified value is ignored and the value specified when the
                 tree was created is used.

       If the file already exists (and the O_TRUNC flag is not specified), the values specified for  bsize,  ffactor,  lorder,  and
       nelem are ignored and the values specified when the tree was created are used.

       If  a hash function is specified, hash_open attempts to determine if the hash function specified is the same as the one with
       which the database was created, and fails if it is not.

       Backward-compatible interfaces to the routines described in dbm(3), and ndbm(3) are provided, however these  interfaces  are
       not compatible with previous file formats.
               
ERRORS
       The hash access method routines may fail and set errno for any of the errors specified for the library routine dbopen(3).
               
BUGS
       Only big and little endian byte order are supported.

SEE ALSO
       btree(3), dbopen(3), mpool(3), recno(3)

       Dynamic Hash Tables, Per-Ake Larson, Communications of the ACM, April 1988.
                 
       A New Hash Package for UNIX, Margo Seltzer, USENIX Proceedings, Winter 1991.

COLOPHON
       This page is part of release 4.16 of the Linux man-pages project.  A description of the project, information about reporting
       bugs, and the latest version of this page, can be found at https://www.kernel.org/doc/man-pages/.
                 
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Annexe n° 3 : Liste des plate-formes supportées au 20 octobre 2019 (date du début de la rédactuion de ce tutoriel) disponible à l'adresse suivante : https://ytdl-org.github.io/youtube-dl/s … sites.html


youtube-dl 	Supported sites

Here's is the list of all the supported sites, ordered alphabetically:

    1tv: Первый канал
    1up.com
    20min
    220.ro
    23video
    24video
    3qsdn: 3Q SDN
    3sat
    4tube
    56.com
    5min
    6play
    7plus
    8tracks
    91porn
    9c9media
    9gag
    9now.com.au
    abc.net.au
    abc.net.au:iview
    abcnews
    abcnews:video
    abcotvs: ABC Owned Television Stations
    abcotvs:clips
    AcademicEarth:Course
    acast
    acast:channel
    AddAnime
    ADN: Anime Digital Network
    AdobeConnect
    AdobeTV
    AdobeTVChannel
    AdobeTVShow
    AdobeTVVideo
    AdultSwim
    aenetworks: A+E Networks: A&E, Lifetime, History.com, FYI Network and History Vault
    afreecatv: afreecatv.com
    AirMozilla
    AliExpressLive
    AlJazeera
    Allocine
    AlphaPorno
    AMCNetworks
    AmericasTestKitchen
    anderetijden: npo.nl, ntr.nl, omroepwnl.nl, zapp.nl and npo3.nl
    AnimeOnDemand
    Anvato
    aol.com
    APA
    Aparat
    AppleConnect
    AppleDaily: 臺灣蘋果日報
    appletrailers
    appletrailers:section
    archive.org: archive.org videos
    ARD
    ARD:mediathek
    ARDBetaMediathek
    Arkena
    arte.tv:+7
    arte.tv:embed
    arte.tv:playlist
    AsianCrush
    AsianCrushPlaylist
    AtresPlayer
    ATTTechChannel
    ATVAt
    AudiMedia
    AudioBoom
    audiomack
    audiomack:album
    AWAAN
    awaan:live
    awaan:season
    awaan:video
    AZMedien: AZ Medien videos
    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
    bbc.co.uk:iplayer:playlist
    bbc.co.uk:playlist
    BBVTV
    Beatport
    Beeg
    BehindKink
    Bellator
    BellMedia
    Bet
    bfi:player
    Bigflix
    Bild: Bild.de
    BiliBili
    BilibiliAudio
    BilibiliAudioAlbum
    BioBioChileTV
    BIQLE
    BitChute
    BitChuteChannel
    BleacherReport
    BleacherReportCMS
    blinkx
    Bloomberg
    BokeCC
    BostonGlobe
    Bpb: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung
    BR: Bayerischer Rundfunk
    BravoTV
    Break
    brightcove:legacy
    brightcove:new
    BRMediathek: Bayerischer Rundfunk Mediathek
    bt:article: Bergens Tidende Articles
    bt:vestlendingen: Bergens Tidende - Vestlendingen
    BusinessInsider
    BuzzFeed
    BYUtv
    Camdemy
    CamdemyFolder
    CamModels
    CamTube
    CamWithHer
    canalc2.tv
    Canalplus: mycanal.fr and piwiplus.fr
    Canvas
    CanvasEen: canvas.be and een.be
    CarambaTV
    CarambaTVPage
    CartoonNetwork
    cbc.ca
    cbc.ca:olympics
    cbc.ca:player
    cbc.ca:watch
    cbc.ca:watch:video
    CBS
    CBSInteractive
    CBSLocal
    cbsnews: CBS News
    cbsnews:embed
    cbsnews:livevideo: CBS News Live Videos
    CBSSports
    CCMA
    CCTV: 央视网
    CDA
    CeskaTelevize
    CeskaTelevizePorady
    channel9: Channel 9
    CharlieRose
    Chaturbate
    Chilloutzone
    chirbit
    chirbit:profile
    Cinchcast
    Cinemax
    CiscoLiveSearch
    CiscoLiveSession
    CJSW
    cliphunter
    Clippit
    ClipRs
    Clipsyndicate
    CloserToTruth
    CloudflareStream
    Cloudy
    Clubic
    Clyp
    cmt.com
    CNBC
    CNBCVideo
    CNN
    CNNArticle
    CNNBlogs
    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
    CrooksAndLiars
    crunchyroll
    crunchyroll:playlist
    CSNNE
    CSpan: C-SPAN
    CtsNews: 華視新聞
    CTVNews
    cu.ntv.co.jp: Nippon Television Network
    Culturebox
    CultureUnplugged
    curiositystream
    curiositystream:collection
    CWTV
    DailyMail
    dailymotion
    dailymotion:playlist
    dailymotion:user
    DaisukiMotto
    DaisukiMottoPlaylist
    daum.net
    daum.net:clip
    daum.net:playlist
    daum.net:user
    DBTV
    DctpTv
    DeezerPlaylist
    defense.gouv.fr
    democracynow
    DHM: Filmarchiv - Deutsches Historisches Museum
    Digg
    DigitallySpeaking
    Digiteka
    Discovery
    DiscoveryGo
    DiscoveryGoPlaylist
    DiscoveryNetworksDe
    DiscoveryVR
    Disney
    dlive:stream
    dlive:vod
    Dotsub
    DouyuShow
    DouyuTV: 斗鱼
    DPlay
    DPlayIt
    DRBonanza
    Dropbox
    DrTuber
    drtv
    drtv:live
    DTube
    Dumpert
    dvtv: http://video.aktualne.cz/
    dw
    dw:article
    EaglePlatform
    EbaumsWorld
    EchoMsk
    egghead:course: egghead.io course
    egghead:lesson: egghead.io lesson
    ehftv
    eHow
    EinsUndEinsTV
    Einthusan
    eitb.tv
    EllenTube
    EllenTubePlaylist
    EllenTubeVideo
    ElPais: El País
    Embedly
    EMPFlix
    Engadget
    Eporner
    EroProfile
    Escapist
    ESPN
    ESPNArticle
    EsriVideo
    Europa
    EveryonesMixtape
    EWETV
    ExpoTV
    Expressen
    ExtremeTube
    EyedoTV
    facebook
    FacebookPluginsVideo
    faz.net
    fc2
    fc2:embed
    Fczenit
    filmon
    filmon:channel
    Filmweb
    FiveThirtyEight
    FiveTV
    Flickr
    Flipagram
    Folketinget: Folketinget (ft.dk; Danish parliament)
    FootyRoom
    Formula1
    FOX
    FOX9
    Foxgay
    foxnews: Fox News and Fox Business Video
    foxnews:article
    FoxSports
    france2.fr:generation-what
    FranceCulture
    FranceInter
    FranceTV
    FranceTVEmbed
    francetvinfo.fr
    FranceTVJeunesse
    FranceTVSite
    Freesound
    freespeech.org
    FreshLive
    FrontendMasters
    FrontendMastersCourse
    FrontendMastersLesson
    Funimation
    Funk
    Fusion
    Fux
    FXNetworks
    Gaia
    GameInformer
    GameOne
    gameone:playlist
    GameSpot
    GameStar
    Gaskrank
    Gazeta
    GDCVault
    generic: Generic downloader that works on some sites
    Gfycat
    GiantBomb
    Giga
    GlattvisionTV
    Glide: Glide mobile video messages (glide.me)
    Globo
    GloboArticle
    Go
    Go90
    GodTube
    Golem
    GoogleDrive
    Goshgay
    GPUTechConf
    Groupon
    Hark
    hbo
    HearThisAt
    Heise
    HellPorno
    Helsinki: helsinki.fi
    HentaiStigma
    hetklokhuis
    hgtv.com:show
    HiDive
    HistoricFilms
    history:topic: History.com Topic
    hitbox
    hitbox:live
    HitRecord
    hketv: 香港教育局教育電視 (HKETV) Educational Television, Hong Kong Educational Bureau
    HornBunny
    HotNewHipHop
    hotstar
    hotstar:playlist
    Howcast
    HowStuffWorks
    HRTi
    HRTiPlaylist
    Huajiao: 花椒直播
    HuffPost: Huffington Post
    Hungama
    HungamaSong
    Hypem
    Iconosquare
    ign.com
    imdb: Internet Movie Database trailers
    imdb:list: Internet Movie Database lists
    Imgur
    imgur:album
    imgur:gallery
    Ina
    Inc
    IndavideoEmbed
    InfoQ
    Instagram
    instagram:tag: Instagram hashtag search
    instagram:user: Instagram user profile
    Internazionale
    InternetVideoArchive
    IPrima
    iqiyi: 爱奇艺
    Ir90Tv
    ITTF
    ITV
    ITVBTCC
    ivi: ivi.ru
    ivi:compilation: ivi.ru compilations
    ivideon: Ivideon TV
    Iwara
    Izlesene
    Jamendo
    JamendoAlbum
    JeuxVideo
    Joj
    Jove
    jpopsuki.tv
    JWPlatform
    Kakao
    Kaltura
    KanalPlay: Kanal 5/9/11 Play
    Kankan
    Karaoketv
    KarriereVideos
    keek
    KeezMovies
    Ketnet
    KhanAcademy
    KickStarter
    KinoPoisk
    KonserthusetPlay
    kontrtube: KontrTube.ru - Труба зовёт
    KrasView: Красвью
    Ku6
    KUSI
    kuwo:album: 酷我音乐 - 专辑
    kuwo:category: 酷我音乐 - 分类
    kuwo:chart: 酷我音乐 - 排行榜
    kuwo:mv: 酷我音乐 - MV
    kuwo:singer: 酷我音乐 - 歌手
    kuwo:song: 酷我音乐
    la7.it
    laola1tv
    laola1tv:embed
    LCI
    Lcp
    LcpPlay
    Le: 乐视网
    Learnr
    Lecture2Go
    Lecturio
    LecturioCourse
    LecturioDeCourse
    LEGO
    Lemonde
    Lenta
    LePlaylist
    LetvCloud: 乐视云
    Libsyn
    life: Life.ru
    life:embed
    limelight
    limelight:channel
    limelight:channel_list
    LineTV
    linkedin:learning
    linkedin:learning:course
    LinuxAcademy
    LiTV
    LiveJournal
    LiveLeak
    LiveLeakEmbed
    livestream
    livestream:original
    LnkGo
    loc: Library of Congress
    LocalNews8
    LoveHomePorn
    lrt.lt
    lynda: lynda.com videos
    lynda:course: lynda.com online courses
    m6
    macgamestore: MacGameStore trailers
    mailru: Видео@Mail.Ru
    mailru:music: Музыка@Mail.Ru
    mailru:music:search: Музыка@Mail.Ru
    MakerTV
    MallTV
    mangomolo:live
    mangomolo:video
    ManyVids
    Markiza
    MarkizaPage
    massengeschmack.tv
    MatchTV
    MDR: MDR.DE and KiKA
    media.ccc.de
    media.ccc.de:lists
    Medialaan
    Mediaset
    Mediasite
    MediasiteCatalog
    MediasiteNamedCatalog
    Medici
    megaphone.fm: megaphone.fm embedded players
    Meipai: 美拍
    MelonVOD
    META
    metacafe
    Metacritic
    Mgoon
    MGTV: 芒果TV
    MiaoPai
    Minhateca
    MinistryGrid
    Minoto
    miomio.tv
    MiTele: mitele.es
    mixcloud
    mixcloud:playlist
    mixcloud:stream
    mixcloud:user
    Mixer:live
    Mixer:vod
    MLB
    Mnet
    MNetTV
    MoeVideo: LetitBit video services: moevideo.net, playreplay.net and videochart.net
    Mofosex
    Mojvideo
    Morningstar: morningstar.com
    Motherless
    MotherlessGroup
    Motorsport: motorsport.com
    MovieClips
    MovieFap
    Moviezine
    MovingImage
    MSN
    mtg: MTG services
    mtv
    mtv.de
    mtv81
    mtv:video
    mtvservices:embedded
    MuenchenTV: münchen.tv
    MusicPlayOn
    mva: Microsoft Virtual Academy videos
    mva:course: Microsoft Virtual Academy courses
    Mwave
    MwaveMeetGreet
    MyChannels
    MySpace
    MySpace:album
    MySpass
    Myvi
    MyVidster
    MyviEmbed
    MyVisionTV
    n-tv.de
    natgeo:video
    NationalGeographicTV
    Naver
    NBA
    NBC
    NBCNews
    nbcolympics
    nbcolympics:stream
    NBCSports
    NBCSportsStream
    NBCSportsVPlayer
    ndr: NDR.de - Norddeutscher Rundfunk
    ndr:embed
    ndr:embed:base
    NDTV
    NerdCubedFeed
    netease:album: 网易云音乐 - 专辑
    netease:djradio: 网易云音乐 - 电台
    netease:mv: 网易云音乐 - MV
    netease:playlist: 网易云音乐 - 歌单
    netease:program: 网易云音乐 - 电台节目
    netease:singer: 网易云音乐 - 歌手
    netease:song: 网易云音乐
    NetPlus
    Netzkino
    Newgrounds
    NewgroundsPlaylist
    Newstube
    NextMedia: 蘋果日報
    NextMediaActionNews: 蘋果日報 - 動新聞
    NextTV: 壹電視
    Nexx
    NexxEmbed
    nfl.com
    NhkVod
    nhl.com
    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
    NovaEmbed
    nowness
    nowness:playlist
    nowness:series
    Noz
    npo: npo.nl, ntr.nl, omroepwnl.nl, zapp.nl and npo3.nl
    npo.nl:live
    npo.nl:radio
    npo.nl:radio:fragment
    Npr
    NRK
    NRKPlaylist
    NRKSkole: NRK Skole
    NRKTV: NRK TV and NRK Radio
    NRKTVDirekte: NRK TV Direkte and NRK Radio Direkte
    NRKTVEpisode
    NRKTVEpisodes
    NRKTVSeason
    NRKTVSeries
    NRLTV
    ntv.ru
    Nuvid
    NYTimes
    NYTimesArticle
    NZZ
    ocw.mit.edu
    OdaTV
    Odnoklassniki
    OktoberfestTV
    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
    OsnatelTV
    OutsideTV
    PacktPub
    PacktPubCourse
    PandaTV: 熊猫TV
    pandora.tv: 판도라TV
    ParamountNetwork
    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
    PeerTube
    People
    PerformGroup
    periscope: Periscope
    periscope:user: Periscope user videos
    PhilharmonieDeParis: Philharmonie de Paris
    phoenix.de
    Photobucket
    Picarto
    PicartoVod
    Piksel
    Pinkbike
    Pladform
    Platzi
    PlatziCourse
    play.fm
    PlayPlusTV
    PlaysTV
    Playtvak: Playtvak.cz, iDNES.cz and Lidovky.cz
    Playvid
    Playwire
    pluralsight
    pluralsight:course
    plus.google: Google Plus
    podomatic
    Pokemon
    PolskieRadio
    PolskieRadioCategory
    PopcornTV
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    PornerBros
    PornHd
    PornHub: PornHub and Thumbzilla
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    Pornotube
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    PornoXO
    PornTube
    PressTV
    prosiebensat1: ProSiebenSat.1 Digital
    puhutv
    puhutv:serie
    Puls4
    Pyvideo
    qqmusic: QQ音乐
    qqmusic:album: QQ音乐 - 专辑
    qqmusic:playlist: QQ音乐 - 歌单
    qqmusic:singer: QQ音乐 - 歌手
    qqmusic:toplist: QQ音乐 - 排行榜
    QuantumTV
    Quickline
    QuicklineLive
    R7
    R7Article
    radio.de
    radiobremen
    radiocanada
    radiocanada:audiovideo
    radiofrance
    RadioJavan
    Rai
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    RayWenderlich
    RayWenderlichCourse
    RBMARadio
    RDS: RDS.ca
    RedBullTV
    RedBullTVRrnContent
    Reddit
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    RedTube
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    RENTVArticle
    Restudy
    Reuters
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    revision
    revision3:embed
    RICE
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    RTBF
    rte: Raidió Teilifís Éireann TV
    rte:radio: Raidió Teilifís Éireann radio
    rtl.nl: rtl.nl and rtlxl.nl
    rtl2
    rtl2:you
    rtl2:you:series
    RTP
    RTS: RTS.ch
    rtve.es:alacarta: RTVE a la carta
    rtve.es:infantil: RTVE infantil
    rtve.es:live: RTVE.es live streams
    rtve.es:television
    RTVNH
    RTVS
    RUHD
    rutube: Rutube videos
    rutube:channel: Rutube channels
    rutube:embed: Rutube embedded videos
    rutube:movie: Rutube movies
    rutube:person: Rutube person videos
    rutube:playlist: Rutube playlists
    RUTV: RUTV.RU
    Ruutu
    Ruv
    safari: safaribooksonline.com online video
    safari:api
    safari:course: safaribooksonline.com online courses
    SAKTV
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    Sapo: SAPO Vídeos
    savefrom.net
    SBS: sbs.com.au
    schooltv
    screen.yahoo:search: Yahoo screen search
    Screencast
    ScreencastOMatic
    scrippsnetworks:watch
    Seeker
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    SeznamZpravy
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    Shared: shared.sx
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    skynewsarabia:article
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    SkySports
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    Slutload
    smotri: Smotri.com
    smotri:broadcast: Smotri.com broadcasts
    smotri:community: Smotri.com community videos
    smotri:user: Smotri.com user videos
    Snotr
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    SonyLIV
    soundcloud
    soundcloud:playlist
    soundcloud:search: Soundcloud search
    soundcloud:set
    soundcloud:trackstation
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    soundgasm
    soundgasm:profile
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    southpark.cc.com:español
    southpark.de
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    southparkstudios.dk
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    Spiegel:Article: Articles on spiegel.de
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    Sport5
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    Sprout
    sr:mediathek: Saarländischer Rundfunk
    SRGSSR
    SRGSSRPlay: srf.ch, rts.ch, rsi.ch, rtr.ch and swissinfo.ch play sites
    stanfordoc: Stanford Open ClassRoom
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    Streamable
    Streamango
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    stv:player
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    tagesschau:player
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    teachertube: teachertube.com videos
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    techtv.mit.edu
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    tinypic: tinypic.com videos
    TMZ
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    TNAFlix
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    toggle
    ToonGoggles
    Tosh: Tosh.0
    tou.tv
    Toypics: Toypics video
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    TrailerAddict (Currently broken)
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    TV4: tv4.se and tv4play.se
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    TVCArticle
    tvigle: Интернет-телевидение Tvigle.ru
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    tvp: Telewizja Polska
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    twitter
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    udemy
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    UDNEmbed: 聯合影音
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    video.google:search: Google Video search
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    vimeo:likes: Vimeo user likes
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    vimeo:review: Review pages on vimeo
    vimeo:user
    vimeo:watchlater: Vimeo watch later list, "vimeowatchlater" keyword (requires authentication)
    Vimple: Vimple - one-click video hosting
    Vine
    vine:user
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    Vivo: vivo.sx
    vk: VK
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    vlive
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    Vodlocker
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    VoiceRepublic
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    vpro: npo.nl, ntr.nl, omroepwnl.nl, zapp.nl and npo3.nl
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    WatchIndianPorn: Watch Indian Porn
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    WeiqiTV: WQTV
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    xiami:album: 虾米音乐 - 专辑
    xiami:artist: 虾米音乐 - 歌手
    xiami:collection: 虾米音乐 - 精选集
    xiami:song: 虾米音乐
    ximalaya: 喜马拉雅FM
    ximalaya:album: 喜马拉雅FM 专辑
    XMinus
    XNXX
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    XTube
    XTubeUser: XTube user profile
    Xuite: 隨意窩Xuite影音
    XVideos
    XXXYMovies
    Yahoo: Yahoo screen and movies
    yahoo:gyao
    yahoo:gyao:player
    yahoo:japannews: Yahoo! Japan News
    YandexDisk
    yandexmusic:album: Яндекс.Музыка - Альбом
    yandexmusic:playlist: Яндекс.Музыка - Плейлист
    yandexmusic:track: Яндекс.Музыка - Трек
    YandexVideo
    YapFiles
    YesJapan
    yinyuetai:video: 音悦Tai
    Ynet
    YouJizz
    youku: 优酷
    youku:show
    YouNowChannel
    YouNowLive
    YouNowMoment
    YouPorn
    YourPorn
    YourUpload
    youtube: YouTube.com
    youtube:channel: YouTube.com channels
    youtube:favorites: YouTube.com favourite videos, ":ytfav" for short (requires authentication)
    youtube:history: Youtube watch history, ":ythistory" for short (requires authentication)
    youtube:live: YouTube.com live streams
    youtube:playlist: YouTube.com playlists
    youtube:playlists: YouTube.com user/channel playlists
    youtube:recommended: YouTube.com recommended videos, ":ytrec" for short (requires authentication)
    youtube:search: YouTube.com searches
    youtube:search:date: YouTube.com searches, newest videos first
    youtube:search_url: YouTube.com search URLs
    youtube:show: YouTube.com (multi-season) shows
    youtube:subscriptions: YouTube.com subscriptions feed, "ytsubs" keyword (requires authentication)
    youtube:user: YouTube.com user videos (URL or "ytuser" keyword)
    youtube:watchlater: Youtube watch later list, ":ytwatchlater" for short (requires authentication)
    Zapiks
    Zaq1
    Zattoo
    ZattooLive
    ZDF
    ZDFChannel
    zingmp3: mp3.zing.vn
    Zype

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#2 23-10-2019 15:32:28

Mr. S.
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Re : Installation et mise en oeuvre de Youtube-dl

Pour l'alias de youtube-dl en ydl, copier la ligne 67 de mon fichier .bashrc que je vos fournis ici :

# ~/.bashrc: executed by bash(1) for non-login shells.
# see /usr/share/doc/bash/examples/startup-files (in the package bash-doc)
# for examples

#include personnal bin folder ##########################################
if [ -e "$HOME/bin" ]; then
	PATH="$HOME/bin:$PATH"
fi

# colors & char ########################################################
# text normal colors
red='\e[0;31m'
blue='\e[0;34m'
cyan='\e[0;36m'
green='\e[0;32m'
yellow='\e[0;33m'
# text bright colors
bred='\e[0;91m'
bblue='\e[0;94m'
bcyan='\e[0;96m'
bgreen='\e[0;92m'
byellow='\e[0;93m'
bwhite='\e[0;97m'
# reset color
NC='\e[0m'

# alias ################################################################
# ls & grep ------------------------------------------------------------
alias ls='ls --color=auto'
alias dir='dir --color=auto'
alias vdir='vdir --color=auto'
alias grep='grep --color=auto'
alias fgrep='fgrep --color=auto'
alias egrep='egrep --color=auto'
alias ll='ls -l'
alias la='ls -A'
alias l='ls -CF'
# cd & goto ------------------------------------------------------------
alias cd..='cd ..'
alias ...='cd ..'
alias ....='cd ../..'
alias gm='cd /media'
alias gc='cd ~/.config'
# utils ----------------------------------------------------------------
# get top 10 shell commands:
alias top10='print -l ${(o)history%% *} | uniq -c | sort -nr | head -n 10'
# process using web
alias ports='lsof -i -n -P'
# make parent directory if needed
alias mkdir='mkdir -p'
# packages -------------------------------------------------------------
alias debin='sudo apt-get install'
alias debrm='sudo apt-get autoremove --purge'
alias debup='sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade'
alias debsh='apt-cache search'
alias debvs='apt-cache policy'
# quit, exit & reboot --------------------------------------------------
alias :q='exit'
alias oust='echo "bye $USER..."; sleep 2s && systemctl poweroff'
alias comeback='echo "be back right now..."; sleep 2s && systemctl reboot'
# bash cfg -------------------------------------------------------------
alias bcfg='$EDITOR ~/.bashrc'
alias brld='source ~/.bashrc'
# bashmount-------------------------------------------------------------
alias bm='bashmount'
# youtube-dl-------------------------------------------------------------
alias ydl='youtube-dl'
-------------------------------------------------------------
# end of alias #########################################################

# functions ############################################################
# misc -----------------------------------------------------------------
# find from name in current directory
function ff() { find . -type f -iname '*'$*'*' -ls ; }
# generate a dated .bak from file
function bak() { cp $1 $1_`date +%Y-%m-%d_%H:%M:%S`.bak ; }
# minical
function today() { echo -n "Today's date is:\n"; date +"%A, %B %-d, %Y"; }
# infos ----------------------------------------------------------------
# generate space report
function space() { du -skh * | sort -hr ; }
# hardware -------------------------------------------------------------
# processor
function core() { cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep "model name" | cut -c14- ; }
# graphic card
function graph() { lspci | grep -i vga | cut -d: -f3 ; }
# ethernet card
function ethcard() { lspci | grep -i ethernet | cut -d: -f3 ; }
# wireless card
function wfcard() { lspci | grep -i network | cut -d: -f3 ; }
# public ip address ----------------------------------------------------
function my_eip()
{
    if [ "$(cat /sys/class/net/eth0/operstate)" = "up" ] || [ "$(cat /sys/class/net/eth1/operstate)" = "up" ] || [ "$(cat /sys/class/net/wlan0/operstate)" = "up" ];then
        MY_EXIP=$(wget -q -O - checkip.dyndns.org | sed -e 's/[^[:digit:]\|.]//g')
    else
        MY_EXIP=$(echo "not connected")
    fi
    # output
    echo -e " $MY_EXIP"
}
# archives -------------------------------------------------------------
# extract
function extract()      
{
     if [ -f $1 ] ; then
         case $1 in
             *.tar.bz2)   tar xvjf $1     ;;
             *.tar.gz)    tar xvzf $1     ;;
             *.bz2)       bunzip2 $1      ;;
             *.rar)       unrar x $1      ;;
             *.gz)        gunzip $1       ;;
             *.tar)       tar xvf $1      ;;
             *.tbz2)      tar xvjf $1     ;;
             *.tgz)       tar xvzf $1     ;;
             *.zip)       unzip $1        ;;
             *.Z)         uncompress $1   ;;
             *.7z)        7z x $1         ;;
             *.xz)        unxz $1         ;;
             *)           echo "'$1' cannot be extracted via >extract<" ;;
         esac
     else
         echo "'$1' is not a valid file"
     fi
}
# compress
mktar() { tar cvf  "${1%%/}.tar"     "${1%%/}/"; }
mktgz() { tar cvzf "${1%%/}.tar.gz"  "${1%%/}/"; }
mktbz() { tar cvjf "${1%%/}.tar.bz2" "${1%%/}/"; }
mktxz() { tar cvJf "${1%%/}.tar.xz" "${1%%/}/"; }
# end of functions #####################################################

# If not running interactively, don't do anything
case $- in
    *i*) ;;
      *) return;;
esac

# don't put duplicate lines or lines starting with space in the history.
# See bash(1) for more options
HISTCONTROL=ignoreboth

# append to the history file, don't overwrite it
shopt -s histappend

# for setting history length see HISTSIZE and HISTFILESIZE in bash(1)
HISTSIZE=1000
HISTFILESIZE=2000

# check the window size after each command and, if necessary,
# update the values of LINES and COLUMNS.
shopt -s checkwinsize

# If set, the pattern "**" used in a pathname expansion context will
# match all files and zero or more directories and subdirectories.
#shopt -s globstar

# make less more friendly for non-text input files, see lesspipe(1)
#[ -x /usr/bin/lesspipe ] && eval "$(SHELL=/bin/sh lesspipe)"

# set variable identifying the chroot you work in (used in the prompt below)
if [ -z "${debian_chroot:-}" ] && [ -r /etc/debian_chroot ]; then
    debian_chroot=$(cat /etc/debian_chroot)
fi

# set a fancy prompt (non-color, unless we know we "want" color)
case "$TERM" in
    xterm-color) color_prompt=yes;;
esac

# prompt ###############################################################
# uncomment for a colored prompt, if the terminal has the capability; turned
# off by default to not distract the user: the focus in a terminal window
# should be on the output of commands, not on the prompt
force_color_prompt=yes

if [ -n "$force_color_prompt" ]; then
    if [ -x /usr/bin/tput ] && tput setaf 1 >&/dev/null; then
	# We have color support; assume it's compliant with Ecma-48
	# (ISO/IEC-6429). (Lack of such support is extremely rare, and such
	# a case would tend to support setf rather than setaf.)
	color_prompt=yes
    else
	color_prompt=
    fi
fi

if [ "$color_prompt" = yes ]; then
    PS1='${debian_chroot:+($debian_chroot)} \e[01;32m\u\e[m@\e[0;36m\h\e[m \e[01;34m\w\e[m\n $ '
    # regular Debian colored prompt:
    #PS1='${debian_chroot:+($debian_chroot)}\[\033[01;32m\]\u@\h\[\033[00m\]:\[\033[01;34m\]\w\[\033[00m\]\$ '
else
    PS1='${debian_chroot:+($debian_chroot)}\u@\h:\w\$ '
fi
unset color_prompt force_color_prompt

# enable programmable completion features (you don't need to enable
# this, if it's already enabled in /etc/bash.bashrc and /etc/profile
# sources /etc/bash.bashrc).
if ! shopt -oq posix; then
  if [ -f /usr/share/bash-completion/bash_completion ]; then
    . /usr/share/bash-completion/bash_completion
  elif [ -f /etc/bash_completion ]; then
    . /etc/bash_completion
  fi
fi

export EDITOR="vim"
export BROWSER="surf"
export PAGER="most"

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#3 23-10-2019 21:52:53

wagmic
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Re : Installation et mise en oeuvre de Youtube-dl

merci  j'ai pas le temps en ce moment mais je vais y jeter un oeil

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#4 24-10-2019 06:40:47

petitegirafe
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Re : Installation et mise en oeuvre de Youtube-dl

merci  Beau boulot , bien détaillé  smile  check

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#5 24-10-2019 16:15:20

snk
Membre

Re : Installation et mise en oeuvre de Youtube-dl

Salut   smile

Merci a toi. Je testerais cela lorsque j'aurais un peu de temps, car il est rare. En tout cas c'est super détaillé, félicitation pour le taf.

Je voulais vous donner ma petite technique (pour ceux qui ne connaissent pas évidement)...
Je suis aussi un utilisateur de youtube-dl a l'occasion, mais je vais au plus simple en utilisant plutôt mpsyt...(mps-youtube) Que je trouve très pratique et simple d'utilisation (même très simple)... Mais bon, c'est utile quand même... wink

Bien sûr, il faut installer python3-pip, s'il n'est pas présent avec apt, puis:

[== Indéfini ==]
pip3 install mps-youtube youtube-dl pafy

Il est souvent nécessaire d'upgrader quand il y a des erreurs, ainsi:

[== Indéfini ==]
pip3 install youtube-dl pafy --upgrade
pip3 install mps-youtube --upgrade

Bon, rien de bien compliqué!

Ensuite, on le démarre en tapant mpsyt, on peux régler 2 ou 3 trucs, en tapant set.
Puis set " le_champ_a_modifier" "la_nouvelle_valeur". Un petit help vous en dira plus...
mpv est trés bien et est utilisé d'origine.
Je modifie surtout cela: set show_video true Vous devinez aisement de quoi il s'agit. Je modifie aussi le chemin pour l'enregistrement, mais chacun fait comme il le souhaite (encore heureux!)

On fait précéder notre recherche par un / ; pour voir une video ou une écouter une musique on tape juste le numéro correspondant. Un d suivi du numéro pour télécharger, et on sélectionne ensuite le format! Trop simple, enfantin je dirais.

Voilà, j'espère que cela servira a ceux qui pourront en avoir l'utilité, perso je trouve ça pratique et m'évite de démarrer mon navigateur pour rien.

Tchao a tous!  cool
Snk

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