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Re: Flashgot no longer seeing 1080 MP4 on youtube

Posted: Thu Jun 26, 2014 11:38 pm
by Giorgio Maone
On a side note, user's changes have been meged in FlashGot 1.5.6, thank you.

Re: Flashgot no longer seeing 1080 MP4 on youtube

Posted: Fri Jun 27, 2014 12:14 am
by CuF
Giorgio Maone wrote:On a side note, user's changes have been merged in FlashGot 1.5.6, thank you.

I'm not sure what that means.

Re: Flashgot no longer seeing 1080 MP4 on youtube

Posted: Fri Jun 27, 2014 12:58 am
by therube
I'm not sure what that means.

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v 1.5.6rc1
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+ [Media] Improved Youtube HD movies detection
  (thanks "user" for patch)

http://flashgot.net/getit

Re: Flashgot no longer seeing 1080 MP4 on youtube

Posted: Fri Jun 27, 2014 9:26 am
by user
Um, there's a typo in Youtube.js, line 331 (I was in a hurry, and half of my brain was busy with something else):

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itag = decodeURLComponent(RegExp.$1);

Should be: decodeURIComponent.

Re: Flashgot no longer seeing 1080 MP4 on youtube

Posted: Fri Jun 27, 2014 5:02 pm
by CuF
@user - I see no YouTube.js. Is that error in 1.5.5.99 or 1.5.6rc1?

Btw, 1.5.5.99 is detecting YouTube streams better than 1.5.6rc1 if you're interested. (Is that from the typo?)

Re: Flashgot no longer seeing 1080 MP4 on youtube

Posted: Fri Jun 27, 2014 5:15 pm
by Giorgio Maone
CuF wrote:Btw, 1.5.5.99 is detecting YouTube streams better than 1.5.6rc1 if you're interested. (Is that from the typo?)

Please check latest development build 1.5.6.1rc1, thank you.

Re: Flashgot no longer seeing 1080 MP4 on youtube

Posted: Sat Jun 28, 2014 6:11 am
by CuF
Giorgio Maone wrote:
CuF wrote:Btw, 1.5.5.99 is detecting YouTube streams better than 1.5.6rc1 if you're interested. (Is that from the typo?)

Please check latest development build 1.5.6.1rc1, thank you.


Looks good. That fixed it.
I'm still floored by the 'large' audio. As best as I can tell, that's the 1080p track. No-one else seems to have found a way to grab that except you guys.
Amazing stuff. Now patiently waiting for the version that will download the DASH files and remux automatically, but this seriously does the job in the mean time.

Re: Flashgot no longer seeing 1080 MP4 on youtube

Posted: Sat Jun 28, 2014 7:48 am
by user
CuF wrote:Btw, 1.5.5.99 is detecting YouTube streams better than 1.5.6rc1 if you're interested. (Is that from the typo?)


Nope, the typo doesn't affect anything for now because the code is never executed (again, for now).
If you meant 1.5.6rc1 stopped detecting streams in embed iframes, that was my mistake, yes. I was going to move a block of code and apparently got distracted somewhere along the road and forgot to paste it. Here's the fixed version, and it also fixes DASH manifest processing:

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http://rghost.net/private/56617721/34b0af559fc1fd1f7b561c25dd677cc6

Re: Flashgot no longer seeing 1080 MP4 on youtube

Posted: Sat Jun 28, 2014 7:54 am
by user
user wrote:
CuF wrote:Btw, 1.5.5.99 is detecting YouTube streams better than 1.5.6rc1 if you're interested. (Is that from the typo?)

If you meant 1.5.6rc1 stopped detecting streams in embed iframes

And if you meant something else, I'm interested in something more than "ew, it doesn't work". URL, expected results, actual results. All the "standard" bug reporting stuff, you know.

Re: Flashgot no longer seeing 1080 MP4 on youtube

Posted: Sat Jun 28, 2014 8:31 am
by user
Forgot URL-decoding/encoding in the DASH manifest processing block. Here's the fixed version:

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http://rghost.net/private/56618418/4e7101e887d83c7f3a06d93f8b97d068

Re: Flashgot no longer seeing 1080 MP4 on youtube

Posted: Sat Jun 28, 2014 7:35 pm
by CuF
Are all the v1.4.6.1RC1 versions linked in the past few posts identical?

user wrote:Forgot URL-decoding/encoding in the DASH manifest processing block. Here's the fixed version:

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http://rghost.net/private/56618418/4e7101e887d83c7f3a06d93f8b97d068


user wrote:Nope, the typo doesn't affect anything for now because the code is never executed (again, for now).
If you meant 1.5.6rc1 stopped detecting streams in embed iframes, that was my mistake, yes. I was going to move a block of code and apparently got distracted somewhere along the road and forgot to paste it. Here's the fixed version, and it also fixes DASH manifest processing:

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http://rghost.net/private/56617721/34b0af559fc1fd1f7b561c25dd677cc6


Giorgio Maone wrote:Please check latest development build 1.5.6.1rc1, thank you

Re: Flashgot no longer seeing 1080 MP4 on youtube

Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2014 11:01 am
by user
Updated the signature decoder (test page: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msSmBR2EOwE), fixed a forgotten decodeURIComponent call (I officially hate it), added support for embedly.com iframe embeds:

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http://rghost.net/private/56940444/0102f4dd1280943c7adf4fc60742f4ab

Re: Flashgot no longer seeing 1080 MP4 on youtube

Posted: Sat Aug 02, 2014 5:11 am
by CuF
Anyone looking to play around with an alternative, Jdownloader 2 (their Beta software), upon receiving a YouTube link will offer you three links: Video, Audio or Image.

From those links there is a drop down box that lets you select quality. For video, the first time you use it JD2 will ask if you want to install ffmpeg, let it.

HD versions versions of the video, including 1080p are downloaded properly and remuxed automatically.

I still would like to see FlashGot do this, but it works for now. I don't know if their code is open source or not...

Re: Flashgot no longer seeing 1080 MP4 on youtube

Posted: Tue Sep 16, 2014 6:02 am
by monica66
I usually download the videos from YouTube and convert them for my own players on computer to play. The most interesting thing is that I often upload 1080P mp4 videos to YouTube followed the blog I found on Google: GoPro MP4 to YouTube Converter-Upload and Import GoPro to Youtube with a FLV/AVI video format .

Re: Flashgot no longer seeing 1080 MP4 on youtube

Posted: Thu Mar 17, 2016 11:24 pm
by CuF
Sorry to dredge up a dead topic, but support for 1080p+ YouTube videos still hasn't materialized 2 years later. Is any progress being made?