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45 minutes ago, nicolaasjan said:

Does youtube-dl.exe work on your non SSE2 hardware?

The official one, yes.

46 minutes ago, nicolaasjan said:

This one, no.

47 minutes ago, nicolaasjan said:

(most notably, slow downloads from YouTube are now a thing from the past)

Furthermore, I've applied a patch (PR) from @dirkf, that resolves age-gate issues. Tested it and it works. :)

That's why I've created my own Youtube-extractor. It uses the Android approach, so slow downloads aren't an issue.
It doesn't (yet) support age-gate videos. I'll have to look into that one day.

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On 8/4/2022 at 4:46 PM, XPerceniol said:

Chrome 104 ( I guess now, don't usually keep up on that ) and FF 102

Wow, Mozilla's foundation dream is finally about to become a reality.  They have almost caught up with G!.

Job well done. :P

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On 7/27/2022 at 10:04 PM, PPeti66x said:

Another interesting thing: high probability of crash when changing a page (clicking on a link) while still loading a page.

If your set up has the juice, e10s gives a solution to that.  Such is today's internet.

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Oh, the usual:

youtube-dl.exe - Application Error
----------------------------------
The exception Illegal Instruction
An attempt was made to execute an illegal instruction.
(0xc000001d) occured in the application at location 0x0040147e.

Click on OK to terminate the program
Click on CANCEL to debug the program

For me a sign that the binary contains SSE2 code. The official 'youtube-dl.exe' is/was compiled with Python 2.7, if I remember correctly. I hardly ever use Python myself, so the only thing I can think of would be that Python 3.4.4 is not compatible with my cpu. All conjecture, of course.
Unless you insist, don't bother, I would say. I'm good. Thanks.

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On 8/6/2022 at 6:56 PM, Reino said:

The official 'youtube-dl.exe' is/was compiled with Python 2.7, if I remember correctly. I hardly ever use Python myself, so the only thing I can think of would be that Python 3.4.4 is not compatible with my cpu. All conjecture, of course.

This is what the official youtube-dl says:

youtube-dl -vU
[debug] System config: []
[debug] User config: []
[debug] Custom config: []
[debug] Command-line args: ['-vU']
[debug] Encodings: locale cp1252, fs mbcs, out cp1252, pref cp1252
[debug] youtube-dl version 2021.12.17
[debug] Python version 3.4.4 (CPython) - Windows-XP-5.1.2600-SP3
[debug] exe versions: ffmpeg N-106824-gf3b7ba2-Reino, ffprobe N-106824-gf3b7ba2-Reino
[debug] Proxy map: {}
youtube-dl is up-to-date (2021.12.17)

So, it's compiled with python 3.4.4.

Then it must be something else in my build system...

Anyway, I'll leave it at that. This is too complicated for me . :lol:

[Edit]

Solved. Had to build it with py2exe. :)

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Just now, dmiranda said:

If your set up has the juice, e10s gives a solution to that.  Such is today's internet.

Well ... I've a pretty good stock of prune juice, but that another story altogether :)

user_pref("browser.tabs.remote.autostart", true);
user_pref("browser.tabs.remote.force-enable", true);
user_pref("browser.tabs.remote.separateFileUriProcess", true);

user_pref("dom.ipc.plugins.flash.subprocess.crashreporter.enabled", false);

user_pref("dom.ipc.plugins.reportCrashURL", false);
user_pref("dom.ipc.processHangMonitor", false);

user_pref("app.support.e10sAccessibilityUrl", "");

extensions.e10sBlocksEnabling;true (default)

Still not great, though, sad to say and I'm STILL having issues with my documentary site, just turns and turns with that error and I can't correct it. 

Are you still on Serpent version:

Version     52.9.0 (32-bit)
Build ID     20220701004211

?

 

On two process and 3 is worse and I found this to be the best version. Tried last nigh and new was slow, but will try again as it could've been me. I only see one other member with this issues on 360V11 but other members have reported they can watch them, so this is a switch, usually its others than can't and I also can't seem to say with my preferred ua.

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Just now, nicolaasjan said:

This is what the official youtube-dl says:

youtube-dl -vU
[debug] System config: []
[debug] User config: []
[debug] Custom config: []
[debug] Command-line args: ['-vU']
[debug] Encodings: locale cp1252, fs mbcs, out cp1252, pref cp1252
[debug] youtube-dl version 2021.12.17
[debug] Python version 3.4.4 (CPython) - Windows-XP-5.1.2600-SP3
[debug] exe versions: ffmpeg N-106824-gf3b7ba2-Reino, ffprobe N-106824-gf3b7ba2-Reino
[debug] Proxy map: {}
youtube-dl is up-to-date (2021.12.17)

So, it's compiled with python 3.4.4.

Then it must be something else in my build system...

Anyway, I'll leave it at that. This is too complicated for me . :lol:

Was going to say that is WAY over my head :blushing:

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As part of this release we have restored 32-bit Windows builds.

Wowzers :o

I must say ... after reading the release notes, I think I Blew a Circuit somewhere! Will be interesting to see where to road leads going forward; to say the (very) least. Certainly happy for them and wish them well with "their" browser, whatever that may be, for them and all involved and the efforts they have already put into it. Was going to say (somethings along the lines) continued success, but, at closer look, seems they are going in a different direction; altogether.

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Removal of telemetry code from Basilisk.

Edited to remove links to a foreign site.

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21 hours ago, nicolaasjan said:

Since youtube-dl hasn't released for a long time now, I have compiled it with Python 3.4.4 from the current 'master' branch, which has still recent commits.

(most notably, slow downloads from YouTube are now a thing from the past)

Furthermore, I've applied a patch (PR) from @dirkf, that resolves age-gate issues. Tested it and it works. :)

Here it is:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/3oklh16dacblepb/youtube-dl.zip

 

Anyone with newer hardware might want to try my XP-compatible yt-dlp:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/tbdvkx7r3gbtuxl/yt-dlp_x86_XP.zip

(I'll try to keep both of them updated)

Yowza!! Stuff like this is why I keep coming to this forum. Thanks for the XP builds!!!!

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48 minutes ago, Montana Slim said:

Yowza!! Stuff like this is why I keep coming to this forum. Thanks for the XP builds!!!!

No problem. :)

So, do they work in your case?

There is also an XP build on a Russian forum, but I'm very hesitant to use that, haha.

Also it's very slow and misses important modules.

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2 minutes ago, dmiranda said:

But it doesn't run on XP, unfortunately.

I was already afraid of that.

But if you want something GUI-like, you could also add yt-dlp to the browsers context menu with the extension "Open With" (available in the Classic Add-ons Archive).

See also my Reddit post here, with screenshots. :)

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