Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
|Failed to load latest commit information.|
===== ytmpc ===== Youtube MPlayer Controller ytmpc is a set of tools to manage youtube searches/channels you want to watch and opens them in (S)Mplayer At the moment the tools that are included in this package are: "ytmpc" and "yt_curses" License ======= ytmpc is free software and licensed under the GNU GPLv3 or later. You are welcome to change and redistribute it under certain conditions. For more information see the COPYING file or visit http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html yt_curses --------- The main tool now is yt_curses (a curses-wrapper around of ytmpc) Its inspired by minitube, but has a quick console curces gui, it starts the videos from the oldest to the newest in the choosen time-span. So you dont have to rearange a playlist like in minitube to get multipart videos run in the right direction. Additionaly another point why I wrote it, if not the most important one, is that it uses mplayer instead of gstreamer. On machines like some of mine (amd zacate) that makes 1 to 1.5 cores busy if you watch it in 720p, and browsing and other multitasking tasks slow down badly. with ytmpc/mplayer it only keeps here 0.5-0.7 cores busy. if you like it and want to give me suggestions what I should make better or anything else, feel free to write me a email to email@example.com Just start it with: > ./yt_curses its pretty much self explainable, just press the key that you see in front of the function you want: With the keys [c] and [s] you can switch the stream mode s for a normal youtube search and c for channel. Then press [n] for new, to add a new search/channel. Now your most recent Searches gets listed and you can, start them again with the numbers in front of it. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ ytmpc ----- The rest of the helpfile is to show you how you can use the ytmpc programm directly, its less user-friendly but has yet some more features, like downloading your selection. or a shuffle mode: Commands: --------- command: search / download / stream / playlist query: 'multiple keywords' / singlekeyword / u_author order: relevance, viewcount, published or rating number of results: 1 - 50 | -1 for all (50 is maximum) timespan (optional): today, week, month, all mode (optional): shuffle, reverse Controls: --------- p = prev n = next SPACE = pause Strg + q = quit Example usage: --------------- ./ytmpc search 'ukf drum and bass' rating 20 shuffle Returns 20 videos with query sorted by rating and shuffled ./ytmpc download 'ukf drum and bass' viewcount 10 shuffle Downloads 10 videos with query sorted by viewcount and shuffled ./ytmpc stream 'ukf drum and bass' relevance 2 month Stream 2 videos with query sorted by relevance and uploaded between now and a month ago ./ytmpc stream u_PsyStarcraft published 10 Stream the 10 latest videos of the Channel from PsyStarcraft ./ytmpc stream u_hdstarcraft published 10 reverse Stream the 10 latest videos in reverse order from hdstarcrafts channel ./ytmpc stream u_hdstarcraft published -1 reverse today Stream all the latest videos FROM TODAY in reverse order from hdstarcrafts channel ./ytmpc playlist 'ukf drum and bass' relevance 2 month Outputs a playlist in the m3u format to the console hope that can be used for piping playlists to other players ./ytmpc playlist 'ukf drum and bass' relevance 2 month > /tmp/ytmpc.m3u; totem /tmp/ytmpc.m3u Creates a temporary playlist and opens it with totem INSTALL ======= Either clone the git tree and then with root-privileges call: > python setup.py install Or with Pip: > pip install ytmpc *** (don't forget to install SMPlayer with apt/yum or whatever tools your distribution gives you, because SMPlayer is not in pypi so pip cannot install that dependency) *** Requirements: ============= SMPlayer Python 2.7+ python-gdata Enjoy! Spiderbit