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selfhosted-youtube-downloader-with-docker #1

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Algram opened this Issue Aug 5, 2017 · 5 comments

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joelmusicman Oct 21, 2017

Nice work. This is closer to what I was looking for as most of the YTDL under Docker were invoked from console i.e. typing in "docker run blah blah blah blah blah blah http://your-video-file."

With each and every one of those I wondered what the benefit of having it installed in Docker instead of just on the host OS so then you could type "youtube-dl http://your-video-file" This is pretty slick. Does it support playlists though?

joelmusicman commented Oct 21, 2017

Nice work. This is closer to what I was looking for as most of the YTDL under Docker were invoked from console i.e. typing in "docker run blah blah blah blah blah blah http://your-video-file."

With each and every one of those I wondered what the benefit of having it installed in Docker instead of just on the host OS so then you could type "youtube-dl http://your-video-file" This is pretty slick. Does it support playlists though?

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Thanks for the feedback! It should technically support playlists. There might be a problem with displaying the multiple download links to it though in the frontend. That should be an easy addition.

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Algram commented Oct 21, 2017

Thanks for the feedback! It should technically support playlists. There might be a problem with displaying the multiple download links to it though in the frontend. That should be an easy addition.

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