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In this comprehensive Youtube-dl tutorial, we are going to learn what is Youtube-dl and the list of most commonly used Youtube-dl commands with examples to download audio and video streams from Internet in Linux operating systems.
Download 242K USA Mix Domain txt
This command will download the audio from the given video/playlist, convert it to an MP3 and save it in the current directory. Please note that you should install either ffmpeg or avconv to convert the file to mp3 format.
As you can see in the above screenshot, Youtube-dl lists all available formats of the given video. From left to right, it displays the video format code, extension and resolution note of the respective video. This can be helpful when you want to download a video at a specific quality or format.
The above command will download best quality video-only and best quality audio-only formats and merge them together with ffmpeg or avconv. Make sure you have installed any one of these tools on your system.
This command will download best quality video and best quality audio and will not mix them. In this case, you will get two files, one is audio and another is video. In this example, an output template (-o option) is recommended as bestvideo and bestaudio may have the same file name.
Like already said, we can group the format selectors to get a specific quality video. The following command will download best format available(both audio and video) but no better than 480p.
As you can see in the above screenshot, all format codes of the given video are listed in the first column. The best quality format is given at the end (the format code is 22). So, the command to download best quality format is:
Some videos may not have the same formats available while you download videos from playlist. In such cases, you can specify multiple format codes in any preferred order of your choice. Take a look at the following example:
By default, youtube-dl will automatically resume the download where you left it off. If it is doesn't resume the download for any reason, just force the resume of partially downloaded files with -c, --continue flag:
In such cases, you can ignore the mkv warning and download the best quality video and the best quality audio but only in an mp4 container by explicitly mentioning the desired best quality audio and video formats like below:
In my opinion, Youtube-dl is undoubtedly one of the best downloader for Linux to download audio, video from online. You can use Youtube-dl to download audio and video from hundreds of websites.
hi, i would like to use youtube-dl and linux to download a public youtube live stream video every day for a specific duration (e.g. 2 hours, 6pm-8pm). could you advise or share some methods on how to achieve this? thank u for your help!
AS11-40-5965 ( 94k ) 111:27:05 This image is either the first of those film advances or an accicental frame taking while Neil was getting ready to advance the film. It gives a view to the southeast, with some deeply shadowed Mylar - possibly part of the MESA blanket - on the left. On the surface, we see the parallel shadows of the minus-Y (south) strut and probe. Compare with 5850. AS11-40-5966 ( 113k ) 111:27:05 Similar to 5965. AS11-40-5966A ( 160k ) 111:27:05 View into the MESA shadow. Image enhanced to show detail similar to that seen in the deep shadow of 5965 and 5966. Thanks to Paolo Attivissimo for callling attention to the existence of this image. Scan downloaded from the LPI Apollo Image Atlas.] AS11-40-5967 (OF300) ( 185k or 1088k ) 111:27:05 Image taken as Neil advances the film prior to removing the magazine. View to the northwest showing the TV camera and the SWC pole. Andrew Vignaux suggests that the fuzzy area at the lower left is part of Neil's suit - probably Neil's left arm - which, because it is so close to the camera, is out of focus. AS11-40-5967/8 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 943k or 228k ) Red-blue anaglyph by Erwin D'Hoore. AS11-40-5968 (OF300) ( 185k or 1088k ) 111:27:05 Similar to 5967. AS11-40-5969 (OF300) ( 126k or 910k ) 111:27:05 This frame captures more of Neil's suit. AS11-40-5970 (OF300) ( 133k ) 111:27:05 Similar to 5969. Sunstruck after the magazine was removed from the camera. The blocky object at the top of the "suit" may be Neil's OPS, as indicated in a labeled detail. Magazine 41/P (B & W) Frames 5971-6159
AS11-41-6121 ( 158k or 771k ) Hypatia Rille and Craters Sabine, Ritter and Schmidt from lunar orbit. Scans by Kipp Teague. See, also, a labeled version. AS11-41-6123 ( 2.4 Mb ) Hypatia Rille and Craters Sabine, Ritter and Schmidt from a a bit farther west in the same lunar orbit. Photo downloaded from the Apollo Image Atlas. See, also, a labeled version. AS11-41-6156 ( 158k or 890k ) View of area west of Crater 308 from lunar orbit. Scans by Kipp Teague. Magazine 42/U (B & W) Frames 6160-6348
AS11-42-6304 ( 2.9 Mb ) Messier Crater (left) and Messier A. Messier was probbly formed by an impactor which struck the Moon at a very shallow angle. Messier is located at 47.6 E and 1.9 S and is about 9 x 11 km and 1.3 km deep. Scan downloaded from the LPI Apollo Image Atlas. AS11-42-6304-05 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.2 Mb ) Red-blue anaglyph by Patrick Vantuyne. AS11-42-6305 ( 3.0 Mb ) Scan downloaded from the LPI Apollo Image Atlas. Magazine 43/T (B & W) Frames 6349-6539
AS11-43-6437 ( 185k ) Mendeleev Crater, located at 140.9 E and 5.7 N. Diameter 313 km. Part of the northern rim of Mendeleev is on the left. The fresh crater at top center is Richards, located at 1401 E and 7.7 N. Diameter 16 km. The crater chain ends just below Richards is Catena Mendeleev. Scan downloaded from the LPI Apollo Image Atlas. AS11-43-6437-39 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 3 Mb or 240k ) Red-blue anaglyph by Patrick Vantuyne. AS11-43-6439 (OF300) ( 2.8 Mb ) Similar to 6437. Scan downloaded from the LPI Apollo Image Atlas. Magazine 44/V (Color) Frames 6540-6696 041b061a72