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Support for 4K videos in YouTube #225
This PR depends on #224 and should not merged prior to that PR as it includes the commit on that PR.
This PR along with its parent #224, adds support for YouTube videos with resolutions >= 1080p and high frame rate videos, eg. 1080p60. To test this out you will need
Here are some videos to test out:
A windows installer for this branch is available to download: streamlink-0.1.0-youtube-4k-8b77f99.exe.
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Nov 28, 2016
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Here's a question for you...
Since this uses ffmpeg, how will that effect those of us that use streamlink on a raspberry pi?
I don't know if ffmpeg is compatible with the Raspberry Pi, and will it cause an error on install if ffmpeg doesn't work right, or will just the functions that use ffmpeg not work if ffmpeg doesn't work with Raspberry Pi??
Just some thoughts I had?
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On Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 8:06 AM, Beardypig ***@***.***> wrote: @Junior1544 <https://github.com/Junior1544> for YouTube, if you don't have ffmpeg install it won't show you the streams that require ffmpeg :-) @stevek123 <https://github.com/stevek123> are you using the VLC 3 beta? I believe that you need to use VLC 3 for YouTube live streams to work. — You are receiving this because you were mentioned. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub <#225 (comment)>, or mute the thread <https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/AT0oiCGmYJdwkEVECjc4tUHAYlYSp0m6ks5rCxg9gaJpZM4K9_SE> .
Just checking that this isn't supposed to have support for live videos?
Video in question (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ga3maNZ0x0w) is 1080p60.