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Reino

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  1. While we're on it and if I may... also my hobby project Xivid has basic support for Youtube. It primarily focuses on Dutch websites (language is also Dutch), but the Youtube-extractor should work for you too I believe. For example: xivid.bat -j "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=<id>"
  2. No, sorry. Would that even work on WinXP? Anyway, I don't have nVidia hardware, so no way to test.
  3. I don't know how, but somehow that one got corrupted. I've recompiled curl 7.72.0 (with mbedtls) and at least for me on WinXP it doesn't crash anymore. You can use the same url to download the updated binary.
  4. Didn't know. Thanks. 'MPCVideoDec.ax' from 'standalone_filters-mpc-be.1.4.7.0.x86.(VS2015).7z' works too.
  5. @FranceBB Could you update the first post of this thread and change the Zeranoe-forum-url to https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=181802?
  6. No, just vanilla. Would it matter? https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1910175#post1910175
  7. @FranceBB I git cloned https://github.com/qyot27/ffms2_cplugin.git, patched a couple of files in order for compilation-errors to go away, made the library and executable and packed the necessary files. You could try ffm2-2.18-736-g43dc804_avs+vsp-win32-xpmod-sse.7z, with the emphasis on "try". Although the compilation-process went fine, I'm getting an application error pop-up "The instruction at "0x6ef94386" referenced memory at "0x00000000". The memory could not be "written"." the moment I try to open an avs-file like this... FFVideoSource("<full-path-random-video>") ...wi
  8. @FranceBB After I release a new FFmpeg build tomorrow I'll have a look at ffms2. I can't make any promises though.
  9. No, I'm not. Afaik there isn't any. You could give https://github.com/3dyd/LAVFiltersXP a try instead. On my old pc I'm using: - https://sourceforge.net/projects/mpcbe/files/MPC-BE/Release builds/1.4.6/ - https://nightly.mpc-hc.org/old/1.7.11/1.7.11.24/ - https://github.com/3dyd/LAVFiltersXP/releases/download/0.70.2/LAVFiltersXP-0.70.2-x86.zip These MPC-BE and MPC-HC builds are the last ones compatible with WinXP. There is a newer LAVFiltersXP release (after I asked 3dyd), but it's incompatible with my hardware, because it crashes upon install. I've also manually insta
  10. The motherboard... a ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe by any chance? Though I appreciate the gesture, I still prefer Zeranoe's forum thread as my primary thread for my binaries, so maybe you could mention https://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=6930 in your first post?
  11. That particular release is first of all an old one already. There are newer releases. They're just named differently. As far as I know my binaries are not on videohelp.com. Why should they be? There's no "vanilla FFmpeg build". Every FFmpeg binary is essentially a custom build considering the vast amount of libraries one can include during the compilation process. "Legacy" as in legacy hardware. When I started compiling my own FFmpeg binaries they needed to work on my ancient AMD Athlon XP 3200+ (non-SSE2) cpu. My binaries should work on a Intel Pentium 3. @FranceBB Did you change t
  12. cmd log: D:\Storage\Media\Binaries>FOR /F "delims=" %A IN ('xivid.bat -f pg-1 "https://www.facebook.com/snookernews2u/videos/418828755653697"') DO FFmpeg\ffprobe-4.3-dev-327-g83e0b71-win32-static-xpmod-sse.exe -hide_banner -i "%A" D:\Storage\Media\Binaries>FFmpeg\ffprobe-4.3-dev-327-g83e0b71-win32-static-xpmod-sse.exe -hide_banner -i "https://scontent.fams1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t58.24163-6/10000000_3132632673445436_976815818309512751_n.mp4?_nc_cat=111&efg=eyJybHIiOjYwMSwicmxhIjo0MDk2LCJ2ZW5jb2RlX3RhZyI6InNkIn0=&_nc_oc=AQnzRjCSLAodz1hBWIehCEMKqMrxIeITIglbPiVjv3JQOqP2vy_tCAdv7ufQ
  13. I'm not familiar with Streamlink, but I can't find anything on that website about OpenSSL being a requirement for FFmpeg to open https-urls. Do my binaries (with MbedTLS) not work? I understand Streamlink is a similar project as Youtube-dl and my own Xivid. May I ask what video from what website you're trying to watch/download? Anyway, if you still would like to compile FFmpeg with OpenSSL, then this should do I guess: diff --git a/build_locally_with_various_option_prompts.bat b/build_locally_with_various_option_prompts.bat index a4cdb6a..76a4c92 100755 --- a/build_locally_with_v
  14. Mailnews will only work on SSE2 cpus I take it?
  15. "CoRoNe" --> "Reino", please. Thanks.
  16. It's really nice that with LAV Filters and FFmpeg it's still possible to watch videos in New Moon, but I assumed most New Moon users here have a really old cpu which makes it nearly impossible to get a smooth video playback to begin with. I stopped investigating years ago, as with my AMD Athlon XP 3200+ it's simply not possible to watch videos in-browser. Whenever I can I try to get my hands on the direct video-url and open it with MPC-HC instead so my gpu can do the decoding (dxva)! Youtube-dl works for this url and so you could simply do: FOR /F "delims=" %A IN ('youtube-dl.exe -g
  17. The compilation of OpenSSL 1.1.1 is part of my FFmpeg buildscript, which uses Cygwin and MinGW, so no MSVC. I've only visited this thread because you notified me, Mathwiz. What exactly is this Cryptography project? What can it be used for?
  18. I'm still on WinXP, so I've also compiled openssl-x86-v1.1.1a_legacy.7z on WinXP. https://github.com/openssl/openssl/blob/master/crypto/rand/rand_win.c#L22: # if defined(_MSC_VER) && defined(_WIN32_WINNT) && _WIN32_WINNT >= 0x0601 With WIN32_WINNT being 0x0501 this should return false, should it not?
  19. A 3 and 1½ year old binary respectively. I'd recommend a more up-to-date binary.
  20. If I'm correct, Github now also uses javascript that PM27 can't run. The preview feature while posting message for instance doesn't work anymore. I have no experience with Baselisk, or any other alternative browser, but would they work?
  21. Wow! Just wow! Your json in addendum1 actually works. Thanks a lot! I don't visit this website that much, but when I do, it's first of all for my extractor script project. By scraping, analysing and processing the site's source I try to extract the video-url for the videos they host. The one I link to is still "BatchGemist", but in a couple of days I'm about release a first "BashGemist" variant. Too bad for you it does and will only support Dutch websites. On a family's laptop I've already done just that. With ... $ xidel -s -H "Cookie: CONSENTMGR=ts:1546358787966|consent:tr
  22. Ah, yes, I can see the same thing in "Webconsole". I was afraid of that. *Sigh*. Well, thank you anyway.
  23. When I visit https://www.kijk.nl/ I'm being forwarded to https://consent.talpanetwork.com/?TN_REFERAL_URL=https://www.kijk.nl/&amp;TN_REFERAL_ORIGIN=. On my smartphone I can see this is where I have to agree on the use of cookies, after which the websites loads normally. On my pc with NM 27.9.1a1 (32-bit) (2018-12-14) however the screen remains empty and nothing is loaded at all. Can anyone reproduce? (off-topic: how can I prevent every new line I enter to become a new paragraph?)
  24. Honestly, I don't know why it doesn't work on your system It's because... Same here on my AMD Athlon XP 3200+ (no SSE2). Btw, as a word of advice, don't use the VERY outdated FFmpeg library Audacity works with! Instead pipe Audacity's output to an up-to-date FFmpeg executable.
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