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You can't do this. Your isp knows that youtube's ip address is a certain value and that you are trying to request content from it. You can't doublespeak and say I want information from youtube and another page at the same time, and there is no way to route information through youtube. Sorry.


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There does not currently exist a method for searching for videos with a specific bitrate. Some content creators may label their videos with the bitrate, allowing you to get a few results from a title search, but this would only represent a small sampling of the total number of videos uploaded in a specific bitrate. Unless/Until this data is made accessible ...


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Graphics are extremely calculation intensive. Often these calculations are farmed out to special functions on graphics cards - which is why some graphics cards cost more then PC's and are used by high end gamers. The simplified bottom line though is that the number of calculations at 1920x1080 is more then 4 times the calculations at 1280 x 720 (depending ...


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I assume that by "kills the internet connection" you actually mean still works but unbearably slow (correct me if I'm wrong). What you're experiencing is not unusual on connections where upload bandwidth is restricted (ADSL/VDSL connections immediately come to mind). It's also not unusual for some ISPs to provide rubbish upload bandwidth but excellent ...


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I took the liberty of using your ffmpeg command and this is what I got: yt "My Youtube File.mp4" A file yt.bat placed in system32 containing: @echo off ffmpeg -i %1 -vn -c:a copy _%1 rm %1 mv _%1 "%~n1.m4a" *renames automatically to m4a, which can be changed in the code. **it needs to be through temp file and then using rm, mv, otherwise the file and ...


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I am not sure why the back-slashes are causing the effects you report, but they are easily avoided by using forward-slashes: Windows file-systems don't care which you use. However, as I read the youtube-dl documentation, you need to include a file mask as well as the directory in the output specification, so the entry should be: -c -v -o ...


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Your CPU and/or GPU are not fast enough to decode the video at that resolution and/or frame rate. There is a check box for GPU acceleration you can check in VLC and that might help. Also if your video is h264/h265 encoded at 1080p GPU acceleration is required.



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