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Rob Brill
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PyTube version

Postby Rob Brill » Tue Mar 25, 2008 2:19 am

Hi guys,

Have you have heard about a software named PyTube?

I installed it on Mint Gnome Daryna

version (new) - all-deb package

download> firefox> open it with deb-installer

The installation was automatic and the program went directly to menu > sound & multimedia

The software gives you the chance of downloading videos from youtube, myspace and other sites

After downloading the videos .flv. (Mint Gnome plays it) - Mint Kde doesn't - The program permits
you to convert the videos into other extensions (avi- mpg1-mp3 and more)
Still more features available - sound edition for instance

A tip:
copy and paste the url and download de videos in .flv. If you want to convert them, do it later
No good to download and convert the videos at the same time. Maybe some troubles may occur

You also can mark the option to erase .flv videos from hard disc after converting them to other formats

For Mint Kde Daryna, save a .deb to the home and install with kpackage (the package comes broken)
missing dependency. Open the program ( 4 or 5 dependencies will require installation)
Go to Adept (from menu administration and type the program name there and install all dependencies)
I admit it works better on Gnome than running on Kde

I am enjoying and digging this software. I am not an adepter of foolish things but i can get some clips of
shows by great artists, documentaries, et cetera

links below ... &Itemid=26 ... 1575.shtml

Hope anyone else can enjoy PyTube too

Hugs :wink:


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Re: PyTube version

Postby Husse » Thu Mar 27, 2008 5:10 pm

Tips like this always welcome
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Re: PyTube version

Postby Hepburn » Wed Sep 10, 2008 3:36 pm

The first link is broken, and the second link directs you to the first. Swings and roundabouts!

Found version here, though:

Great program! :D

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