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LuckyTubes

LuckyTubes is a command-line utility to find, download, and rip audio from YouTube videos. Its main goals are simplicity, low development overhead, and cross-platform usability, in that order. It resembles clive, but it is targeted at playing music that just happens to have a video on YouTube.

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  •  22 Oct 2009 06:50

    Release Notes: The version of youtube-dl was bumped. (LuckyTubes broke in the past day or three, and updating youtube-dl and making some minor tweaks fixes it.) gdata was updated to 2.0.4. The --by_url (-y) option was added to download given a watch URL.

    •  27 Apr 2009 05:56

      Release Notes: The audio stream is now dumped directly from the downloaded video (including AAC for the high-quality versions). Spurious .pyc and .class files were removed from the distribution.

      •  17 Nov 2008 08:12

        Release Notes: This release replaces --nofork and --verbose with a single --quiet option and adds a (very bare-bones) prototype GUI in ltgui.py. It also marks the first release with an MS Windows binary generated with py2exe.

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