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accepted how to pipe output with double quotes
Sep
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comment how to pipe output with double quotes
this worked. just had to add double quotes around the youtube link itself. thanks
Sep
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comment how to pipe output with double quotes
im gettign following erro msg No stream found to handle url $(youtube-dl --get-url 'youtube.com/watch?v=sNPVt3cMkT0')
Sep
23
comment how to pipe output with double quotes
@BlacklightShining, yes mplayer takes url as input and plays them. what youtub-dl is doing in --get-url mode is parsing the yt link into a valid mp4/webm/flv stream mplayer can work with. suppliyng that url to mplayer semi manualy works.
Sep
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comment how to pipe output with double quotes
your answer refers to unix systems. im on windows
Sep
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comment how to pipe output with double quotes
youtube-dl works either with or without quotes for simple urls it doesn't change the situation.
Sep
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comment how to pipe output with double quotes
@terdon you are right, the error is coming from youtube-dl seems its sees mplayer as an argument.
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asked how to pipe output with double quotes
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comment Change to default start folder for Windows XP command prompt
you need to logoff and back for changes to take effect, thanks for the tip.
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comment fast batch image resizer
thanks, i lost the original dataset but on comparable set seems this is crazy fast. too bad its not scriptable (but sourcecode is available, so...)
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revised fast batch image resizer
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asked validating / sanitizing google results for posting online
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comment fast batch image resizer
stackoverflow.com/questions/11767106/… for referance
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answered Stream webcam to website like justin.tv from commandline?