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loblo

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  1. These builds are buggy indeed. In case you guys aren't aware of this topic (KernelEx required): https://msfn.org/board/topic/182062-youtube-dl-4-98se-me-megapack/
  2. The Opus plugin is great, thanks, I use it since a while now in Winamp 2 & 5, Apollo, AIMP2 and Foobar2000 0.8.3.
  3. Features: Current Youtube-dl and Youtube-dlc executables compiled on Python 2.7.17 with py2exe. Almost all Youtube-dl/Youtube-dlc helper applications (only PhantomJS has been omitted). Easy switch between Youtube-dl and Youtube-dlc. Youtube-dl/Youtube-dlc GUI frontend. Special desktop icon. 3DYD YouTube Source and LAVFiltersXP DirectShow filters. Two media players, MPC-HC and PotPlayer, making use of the above filters for streaming YouTube content. Silent VBS/BAT construct making use of Youtube-dl/Youtube-dlc and easy to configure on a per domain-basis to extract stream adresses from web pages. Five (six) media players, GPAC (Osmo4 & MP4Client), MPlayer, MPV, VLC and QMPlay2, making use of the above construct for streaming video from YouTube and many other sites. One audio player, Winamp 2 for streaming audio from Bandcamp. Google-powered and easy to modify search page to find videos on a per-domain basis. Easy integration in Opera 12 and Firefox (as well as other Gecko browsers). Preconfigured portable Opera 12.02 with some extras thrown in. Minimal trimmed-down Python 2.7.17 environment for easily compiling Youtube-dl/Youtube-dlc executables from python source yourself (including optional experimental OpenSSL 3 (TLS 1.3) files for python 2.7.17 courtesy of fellow MSFNer cmalex). Screenies: Download: https://www.mediafire.com/file/rem5dmuvbu8m8ob/Youtube-dl_4_98SE-ME_Megapack.7z/file Unpack preferably in C:\Program files and follow instructions in youtube-dl\stuff\setup. Any question, please ask but make sure you've read info.txt in the root folder before. Related topic that might be useful: Have fun!
  4. Come up with concrete examples to backup your claims or abstain yourself making them please. Saying that every little bit helps and then go on rambling about something else is beyond meaningless and just adds to the confusion you sow. I don't see why fiddling with filters merits would make any difference here. Have you got something concrete to back up your claim such as: "When I set such filter to such merit the whole thing works but if I set it to another merit it doesn't"? It's just like your claim about what's the best msvcrt replacement. There is nothing to back it up, not a single example of a program that runs fine with it but not without, etc...
  5. Dxva2 is for decoding with hardware acceleration if your GPU supports it but I doubt it does and fiddling with filters merits makes no sense at all here IMHO.
  6. Hello, I've briefly tried your latest build using default settings and video playback froze my system after a few seconds just like all other recent builds (which require KerneEx) do. I have to use -vo sdl argument with them for stable video output but your build doesn't have that video mode unfortunately. I have latest sherpya build running OK and capable of playing (some) https streams.
  7. Nope, Opera 12.02 is a good example of that, it supports TLS 1.2 but doesn't support elliptic curve crypto and fails on a significant number of sites because of it.
  8. Sounds good guys, it seems we're getting there finally.
  9. Get rvkroots.exe (Google), extract updroots.exe from it and put it in some folder. Get Curl: https://rwijnsma.home.xs4all.nl/files/curl/curl-7.69.1-mbedtls-zlib-win32-static-xpmod-sse.7z and unpack in the same folder. Then you just run the following batch file: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- curl -O http://www.download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/v3/static/trustedr/en/authroots.sst curl -O http://www.download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/v3/static/trustedr/en/delroots.sst curl -O http://www.download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/v3/static/trustedr/en/disallowedcert.sst curl -O http://www.download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/v3/static/trustedr/en/roots.sst curl -O http://www.download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/v3/static/trustedr/en/updroots.sst updroots authroots.sst updroots updroots.sst updroots -l roots.sst updroots -d delroots.sst updroots -l -u disallowedcert.sst cls ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Done, takes 20 seconds to update, no complicated nonsense like they do in the XP forum.
  10. Python/Youtube-dl look in the registry for CAs. Try updating your system CAs. There is also the option of using youtube-dl with --no-check-certificate argument (normally not needed to do that.)
  11. LockFileEx referenced in youtube-dl utils.py/utils.pyo, it's provided by kexbases on my system.
  12. @schwups, that's the core KernelEx files I use: Kernelex 4.5.2015.9 (Jumper) Kexbasen 4.5.12.0 (Xeno) Kexbases 4.5.2015.9 (Jumper) Other than that I have kstub822 and auxilliary dlls from Jumper. I never went past the .11 files and then I downgraded to .10 and then .9, not to mention I never used jumper's kexbasen because of all the stuff I had running it was breaking but this is nothing new, I reported all the regressions back then and instead of getting the stuff fixed there was only more breakage with newer versions... I gave up. The exe I posted is built with Python 2.7.17 and py2exe. Can you run Python 2.7.17? You can try running youtube-dl straight from python. Get python 2.7.17 portable, extract the python dir, get youtube-dl (the one without file extension), put it next to python.exe and just do "python youtube-dl url" from the command.com console or a batch file, it should start downloading within a few seconds. I can stream online videos (about 20 sites tested working so far, including YouTube, Vimeo, DailyMotion, Veoh, PornHub, Twitter) from my browsers with 7 different media players, 2 require 3DYD source filter and another 5 don't but all rely on the youtube-dl executable for stream address extraction, if you guys can't even run youtube-dl it's totally pointless I post this pack.
  13. I have no idea why it crashes, I am not a programmer. So it works for you too with Youtube, right? What is this TD32 application btw?
  14. The font properties extension just gives you info about the font, it doesn't do anything else.
  15. OK so, in addition to MPC-HC and Pot Player via 3DYD YTS I am now also able to stream YouTube videos without 3DYD in older versions of MPV, VLC, Osmo4 (GPAC), QMPlay2 and current/latest Mplayer Sherpya build from right click in both Opera 12 and Gecko Browsers. I've also made a quite fancy and useful GUI for Youtube-dl as it turned out I couldn't find any working properly on 9x (not any good one anyway). Coming soon, probably next week, as part of the Youtube-dl 4 98SE-ME Megapack (500MB). Screenies of the GUI for now:
  16. I've checked in my BIOS while booting this morning and, as schwups mentioned above, AGP Fast Write setting is in it just below the AGP Aperture Size one and it's enabled.
  17. I don't really have an idea but have you tried and benched your 6800 in the new system? Maybe it's just less compatible, being multicore and presumably more recent hardware. And has your new system this increase in performance per core or only overall, as you only use one core with 9x.
  18. I get a score of 21910 with XFX 7800GS 256MB. I believe I have the same drivers as you installed for mobo and gpu. nVidia control panel shows OS AGP 2x and fast write is Yes. Mobo has 3GB of RAM of which 2 are currently enabled in 9x.
  19. New version of standalone youtube-dl for 9x + KernelEx (2020-09-06): https://www.datafilehost.com/d/a1ddfe9e So how you guys are getting on with 3DYD, any success story to report? Fortunately, if that's not the case, there are a number of other options.
  20. A slightly modified version (complying with Apache License v2) of the Opera 12 Wayback Machine extension which jumps straight to the earliest capture of a page instead of the calendar page whose rendering is broken since some time. It's then possible to navigate to more recent captures by adequately clicking on the top banner. Well useful for me. Drag the oex file onto Opera's interface to install. https://www.filedropper.com/waybackmachineextension4opera122020
  21. A number of these are elliptic curve certificates, they can be installed in the registry but I believe that neither the XP OS nor any software that relies on its cryptography will be able to use them.
  22. I don't quite understand the necessity for connecting to a site such as Wikipedia securely at all, this is just a free online encyclopedia, not a bank or a shop, these people have lost their mind completely...
  23. I've updated my Opera 12.02 Certificate Authorities by collating certificates from the current Microsoft Roots Update CA, Mozilla NSS root certificate store and Azul JDK 8 keystore. Microsoft is the largest source of certificates and only one certificate from Mozilla and a handful from the JDK aren't already in Microsoft's Roots Update. Microsoft's Roots Update installs 51 expired certificates which I discarded leaving me with a total of 368 unique valid certificates. Of these, another 51 failed to install in Opera, 42 of which because they are elliptic curve certificates and the remainder 9 for unknown reason (they are RSA like the rest). In total 317 certificates have been installed but of course not all are new. You can grab the updated "keystore" file (cleaned from my personal certificates, Burp, ZAP, etc...) at the following link if you want: https://filebin.net/k3x0x97yygo19ylh To install, close Opera and overwrite the original opcacrt6.dat which should located at C:\WINDOWS\Application Data\Opera\OPERA by default. You'll need to reinstall your Burp certificate and other similar certificates if you use any after that. Tools I used: OpenSSL executable (format conversion), KeyStore Explorer (viewing certificates and extracting some) and Clone Spy (pruning duplicates).
  24. I was fed up with Burp systematically corrupting the registry lately so I'm now blocking the PortSwigger site by adding the following lines (not all might be necessary) to the Windows HOSTS file: 127.0.0.1 54.246.133.196 127.0.0.1 portswigger.net 127.0.0.1 www.portswigger.net The only downside is that the PortSwigger site can't be accessed anymore by any software (unless using a web proxy with a browser I guess). All the free extender entries in the Burp registry key can be deleted (saving about 1MB of registry space) and won't come back and neither will corruption. Burp help is embedded in the jar at Burp.jar\resources\Documentation\ and can be extracted for offline viewing. And something I forgot to mention about Burp is that you can make the jar file much smaller by deleting the x64 folders in the burpbrowser-binaries folder inside the jar, saves some significant disk space.

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