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When user copies a link, we should provide an option for the user to download in a quality other than the default one. #7

vishnugt opened this Issue Jan 30, 2018 · 2 comments


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vishnugt commented Jan 30, 2018

Use case: Let's say my default configuration is set for 1080p, but if I want to download the next 10 videos in 360p, we should provide an option to do so.

Instead of making it too complex, when user copies a youtube link, let's ask the user for video quality, and if he doesn't give any input for the next 5 seconds, we can start the download with the default quality, but if the user gives a different quality, we can ask him if this is the new default setting and set it as the new default one.


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deferred commented Jan 30, 2018

Will editing the config to change the quality be too complex? I just think that waiting 5 seconds each time can become tiresome.. Maybe let the user decide the quality each time the script is run, so he can restart the script if he wants to change? Just my thoughts, I can take the 5 second delay too.


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vishnugt commented Feb 2, 2018

It is going to be running in the background, so the user won't even know that program is waiting for their input for 5 seconds(We can reduce this to maybe 2.5 seconds). I don't like the idea of user restarting the script manually. @pvkc8888 would love to hear your thoughts on this.

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