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dvdtube

dvdtube is a Python script that will download all of a YouTube user's uploads and then optionally create a DVD from them. It's purely for educational purposes as a proof-of-concept.

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  •  09 Mar 2010 14:46

    Release Notes: The main new feature is the ability to split large collections of videos into groups that will fit onto DVD5/DVD9 media. Performance should be boosted by some code cleanup and loop streamlining.

    •  04 Mar 2010 15:39

      Release Notes: This is a release candidate for 0.5.0. It should properly support separation of videos into DVD5/DVD9 sizes. DVD9 is specified with -d/--dual.

      •  03 Mar 2010 14:39

        Release Notes: This is a release candidate for version 0.5.0. It should support both regular (default) and dual-layer DVDs using the -d/--dual command line option. It should also separate videos into 120/240 minute collections. If no bug reports are received within the week, this will be released as version 0.5.0.

        •  23 Feb 2010 20:10

          Release Notes: A bug where temporary files were not being deleted has been fixed. The -d/--delete-files option has been changed to --remove-files. An argument for future support for dual-layer DVDs has been added.

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          04 Mar 2010 09:31 devmrbug

          To help clarify the version numbers for the last two releases:

          0.4.9 is the debug version that is helpful for those who wish to contribute.
          0.4.9.1 is the GENERAL USE version that most people will want.

          26 Feb 2010 09:47 devmrbug

          I'm getting very close to releasing version 0.5. I hope to do it sometime this weekend!

          I just need to finish the part where it makes a DVD from each 120/240 (depending on whether or not the -d/--dual argument is used) minute directory of downloaded videos.

          24 Feb 2010 00:32 devmrbug

          IF YOU HAVE ALREADY DOWNLOADED 0.4.2 AND IT DID NOT WORK, PLEASE DOWNLOAD IT AGAIN.

          I accidentally made the tarball without putting the files into the directory first. Oops!

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