However, this is a playlist and contains 99 videos. It is tedious to copy each and every video and download through keepvid.com. An excellent online video downloader. To download from JDownloader, copy the youtube playlist link and open JDownloader, click LinkGrabber section in JDownloader. It will automatically detect and select complete Playlist.
Hi the problem I have with jdownloader is that because it is a java based program the memory leaks are incredible, I have 4gb of ram, however after 2 hours of use my ram useage goes from 30-35% to 60-65%. So Im fedup of jdownload and really need an alternative to Jdownloader.
Use the command jdownloader to start JDownloader. When you have just installed JDownloader, this will run the update tool to download some required files for JDownloader, else this will start JDownloader directly.
By default jdownloader will create a subdirectory for each file you download in your destination folder. To stop this behaviour go to Settings > Packagiser and untick the predefined rules as desired.
Preferences for individual sites can be found by going to Settings > Plugins. For example, by changing settings on the youtube.com plugin you could tell jdownloader to only download the audio from YouTube links.
I think ffmpeg may have been installed via the Q4OS welcome screen / Install Proprietary Codecs or possibly during one of the Desktop Profilers I tried: I originally tried the Full feature Desktop but it failed (even after waiting for a substantial time between attempts, as advised), a few times..., then I successfully ran the Basic Q4OS Desktop which probably suits me better anyway. I'm guessing how ffmpeg came to be installed because I know I didn't directly install it myself until I had issues with jdownloader. I;m guessin 'cos I'm a Q4OS noob, maybe one of you more seasoned users can enlighten me?
Note: as jdownloader has the dependency on ffmpeg (to convert the video when a different variant is chosen to download), I always made sure that ffmpeg was installed prior to installing jdownloader... kinda common sense.
I have one last method to try which is to install JDownloader 2 Adware-free Setup (JDownloader2Setup_unix_nojre.sh) from the offical jdownloader.org/jdownloader2 download page (using the linux variant of course). I'll update this entry with the results.
Turns out it was the simplest of issues... the dialogue was not being displayed comletely so I couldnt see the option to click on a button to install ffmpeg.If you look at the two attachments on the original post the jdownloader2-ffmpeg-missing-dialogue-cropped.png image shows how the dialogue presented to me and the jdownloader2-ffmpeg-missing-dialogue.png shows how it should have looked.I ran through it so many times, not being able to see where to click until for some reason I decided to tro to move the dialogue and low and behold it "popped out" so I could see the button.
Is it possible for JDownloader to download playlist on youtube but only audio fileIE if I paste the playlist into JDownloader web and download the playlist everything works, but......it will download everything including images, empty text files and both MP4 and M4A file etc. How can I clean this up automatically on the JDownload server side ? Is this possible to only download the audio files ? Thanks
Once you install youtube-dl, type man youtube-dl in Terminal to see its extensive list of options. But all you really need to do to use it is to type youtube-dl URL in Terminal, where URL is the link to the desired YouTube video. That downloads the video in your current directory. Type cd ~/Downloads before running youtube-dl to download the video to your Downloads folder.
youtube-dl is my favourite, and if you use the curl command you are up and running in 2 minutes sudo curl -L -dl.org/downloads/latest/youtube-dl -o /usr/local/bin/youtube-dlsudo chmod a+rx /usr/local/bin/youtube-dlI use youtube-dl -f mp4 when I want to be able to play it on iPad and iPhone. I would not bother with Homebrew except if I needed other packages.
I want to download a very large video (9.1GiB) from youtube on my device and I have ~10GB free storage space for it.Because it's youtube, I have to download video and audio separately and combine them afterwards. I'd normally do that using ffmpeg. I'd have to let it create the combined video in a new ~9.1GiB file because it can't overwrite it's input. The video only file of similar size must exist during the whole process.Problem is: I can't store 2 9.1GiB files, only one.
JDownloader is a free, open-source download management tool with a huge community that makes downloading as easy and fast as it should be. Users can start, stop or pause downloads, set bandwith limitations, auto-extract archives and much more. With its popularity, more and more people are using this online video downloader to download videos on Windows. However, there are also concerns about its security. Some people have reported malware on jdownloader.exe. In this page, we would like to show you some details about JDownloader and JDownloader alternatives that could help you download videos safely on both Windows and Mac computer.
Then you can open the JDownloader. Now go to YouTube and search for the video you want to download. In the browser, you can copy the link in the taskbar at the top. The copied link should start with "youtube.com/watch" on YouTube. To copy the link, highlight it and press the key combination "Ctrl" and "C", or press the right button on the mouse and select "copy" from the list.
How do I use the --cookies option to youtube-dl to download a Youtube video? Can anyone provide a worked example of how to obtain the relevant cookies for Youtube and put it in the appropriate format for youtube-dl?
Context: I want to download a private Youtube video. For various reasons, the method of logging into my Google account is complicated and involves two-factor authentication and not supported by youtube-dl's existing command-line options. Therefore, it seems the best way is to log in manually in my browser, obtain the authentication cookies somehow, and use the --cookies option -- but I can't find a worked example of how to do this.
@meyay ok I have investigated and jdownloader1 only for x86, uget x86, but I can install it on another raspberry on raspbian desktop like a normal program (non in docker).than jdownloader2 insted there is several image, what I should choose? 2b1af7f3a8