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Aesbeth wrote

The best I can recommend (and that I'm using) is Youtube-DL . Open-Source, in python, can extract pretty much 90% of YT with ease, in a fuckton of format, and it handle the "to MP3" download type (require FFMPEG on linux, dunno on windows)


selver wrote



Freux wrote

There is "avideo" that doesn't use proprietary javascript, if you care. I can't even find a link to it but it might be in your repo. On my side, it wasn't update since 2017 so it might be dead.


happy wrote

If using windows I like JDownloader. It works pretty well for me.

If using a Linux-based OS, youtube-dl is a wonderful terminal based application with very similar functionality.

Both softwares are open source and can download media from almost any website you can think of.


asg101 wrote

I use downloader, works for most sites.


selver wrote (edited )

All the sites are so sketch, any good ones out there without size/length limits?