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  1. vissha

    youtube-dl 2021.06.06

    youtube-dl is a command-line program to download videos from YouTube.com and a few more sites. It requires the Python interpreter, version 2.6, 2.7, or 3.2+, and it is not platform specific. It should work on your Unix box, on Windows or on macOS. It is released to the public domain, which means you can modify it, redistribute it or use it however you like. Command-line options: Complete Listing available on https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md#readme or youtube-dl --help command Remember youtube-dl requires Python version 2.6, 2.7, or 3.2+ to work except for Windows exe. Windows exe requires Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Service Pack 1 Redistributable Package (x86) and does not require Python that is already embedded into the binary. What's New in version 2021.06.06 Extractors * [facebook] Improve login required detection * [youporn] Fix formats and view count extraction (#29216) * [orf:tvthek] Fix thumbnails extraction (#29217) * [formula1] Fix extraction (#29206) * [ard] Relax URL regular expression and fix video ids (#22724, #29091) + [ustream] Detect https embeds (#29133) * [ted] Prefer own formats over external sources (#29142) * [twitch:clips] Improve extraction (#29149) + [twitch:clips] Add access token query to download URLs (#29136) * [youtube] Fix get_video_info request (#29086, #29165) * [vimeo] Fix vimeo pro embed extraction (#29126) * [redbulltv] Fix embed data extraction (#28770) * [shahid] Relax URL regular expression (#28772, #28930) Home: https://ytdl-org.github.io/youtube-dl/ GitHub: https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl FAQ/Documentation: https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md Changelog: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/master/ChangeLog Download Page: https://ytdl-org.github.io/youtube-dl/download.html or https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/releases Downloads: MD5SUMS 157 Bytes SHA1SUMS 181 Bytes SHA2-256SUMS 253 Bytes SHA2-512SUMS 445 Bytes youtube-dl 1.76 MB youtube-dl-2021.06.06.tar.gz 3.18 MB - SHA256 3ccb0e4db9fd172338ed1c32bae0be2f716458dca4143e55732ff55260b20ac3 youtube-dl-2021.06.06.tar.gz.sig 566 Bytes youtube-dl.exe 7.79 MB - SHA256 78c009f4cf8ae56db150800d55faaac97c127c76c89715b23fe406d85c3c0628 youtube-dl.exe.sig 566 Bytes youtube-dl.sig 566 Bytes Source code (zip) Source code (tar.gz) Download GUI Version: Download YDL-UI 2.7.0 48MB Win Portable Download YDL-UI old versions
  2. GitHub Reinstated YouTube-DL But Restoring Forks is Apparently a Problem After the RIAA had youtube-dl removed from GitHub last year, the platform decided to reinstate the YouTube-ripping tool, claiming that the industry group's takedown was unwarranted. However, users who forked the project weren't so lucky and according to a counternotice filed this week, GitHub isn't responding to informal restoration requests. There is probably a good reason for that. Last October the RIAA infuriated many players in the open source community by targeting YouTube-ripping tool youtube-dl in a DMCA takedown notice filed at GitHub. What followed was a broad backlash against the RIAA, the likes of which hadn’t been seen for many years. The music industry group’s claims of DMCA violations due to the software allegedly bypassing technological protection measures were met with intense criticism, including from the EFF. In a surprise move several weeks later, GitHub reinstated the youtube-dl repository after concluding that the code doesn’t violate the DMCA’s anti-circumvention provisions. In addition, GitHub sought to boost its standing with developers by placing $1m into a takedown defense fund. “We are taking a stand for developers and have reinstated the youtube-dl repo. Section 1201 of the DMCA is broken and needs to be fixed. Developers should have the freedom to tinker. That’s how you get great tools like youtube-dl,” GitHub CEO Nat Friedman explained. Dust Settles But The Fix Was Incomplete, Dev Says When the RIAA took down GitHub, its DMCA notice affected many developers who had forked the youtube-dl code. Many repositories were listed in the RIAA’s complaint so those were disabled too, replaced with the familiar GitHub page indicating they had been removed for alleged copyright infringement. However, despite youtube-dl being reinstated, these forks remain down following the RIAA’s complaint and according to one developer, GitHub isn’t responding to calls to reinstate them. In a DMCA counternotice filed this week, the operator of the ‘spookyahell’ repo describes the situation, noting that his previous requests to have his repository restored are being ignored by GitHub. In supporting evidence detailing why the repo should be restored, the developer covers earlier ground noting that the RIAA’s notice was “way too broad”, is believed to be “wildly invalid”, failed to correctly interpret the law, and cited anti-circumvention methods that “do not apply.” The dev also points out that when the RIAA cited a German legal process that determined that youtube-dl is illegal, that should be considered irrelevant to the United States since European law has “no place in a DMCA takedown”. The RIAA, for its part, insists that the relevant German law is “materially identical to Title 17 U.S.C. §1201 of the United States Code.” This Dev is Clearly Irritated While the developer appears to accept that GitHub eventually stood up to the RIAA, he isn’t entirely convinced of the coding platform’s overall support. “(i)t seems like GitHub is still kinda ‘the bitch of the RIAA’ because they side with RIAA rather than developers who wish to reinstate the repos (unchanged) which according to the EFF would be perfectly legal,” his notice reads. “The issues that raised from this takedown have lead to a major statement from github and change of already in-place policies and it seems they had to re-convince the developers that they actually support developers. The action they are taking with the actual forks however is unconvincing of their so-called principals [sic].” The dev continues by stating that in addition to restoring the original project, GitHub should’ve reinstated all the forks as well, while notifying the RIAA that its claims were wrong. However, there are some important issues that the counternotice doesn’t address. While youtube-dl was indeed reinstated, that didn’t take place before the original code was tweaked. Its functionality doesn’t appear to have been degraded but an examination of the code reveals that before it was put back, modifications took place to remove references to copyright works, including a song by Taylor Swift. If we work on the premise that GitHub believed that these changes were enough to ease youtube-dl back onto the non-infringing side of the fence, then any original forks would still relate to the unmodified code, meaning that the RIAA’s original takedown notice would carry more weight. This probably explains why GitHub hasn’t reinstated this developer’s repository on request, despite the filing of a counternotice. Technically speaking, GitHub still has a number of days left before it needs to reinstate the fork under the DMCA, pending the filing of a lawsuit by the RIAA. However, since the music group has had since October to take action against youtube-dl itself, that doesn’t seem likely. To learn more about how Github views the situation, TorrentFreak contacted CEO Nat Friedman for additional information, including whether youtube-dl forks will be restored automatically or if devs need to file an official DMCA counternotice. Friedman did not immediately respond to our request for comment but it seems likely that devs will have to let their original forks go and fork the modified project instead. GitHub Reinstated YouTube-DL But Restoring Forks is Apparently a Problem
  3. The RIAA recently caused outrage by filing a copyright complaint that took down YouTube-ripping tool youtube-dl from Github. In a pre-emptive move, YouTube-ripping platform Yout.com filed a lawsuit against the RIAA, demanding that its service be declared legal. In an amended complaint, Yout now appears to be using the youtube-dl case for additional leverage. During October, the RIAA ignited a fierce debate and significant outrage when it filed a complaint that took down the open source software youtube-dl from Github. The music industry group stated that the “clear purpose” of youtube-dl was to “circumvent the technological protection measures” used by YouTube to “reproduce and distribute music videos and sound recordings owned by our member companies without authorization for such use.” Pre-Emptive Strike By YouTube-Ripper Yout Just days later with public opinion swinging strongly in youtube-dl’s favor, YouTube-ripping platform Yout seized the opportunity to sue the RIAA. Yout had previously been targeted with similar allegations, including that Yout is an illegal tool that violates Section 1201 of the DMCA by circumventing YouTube’s “technical protection measures.” Dismissing the RIAA’s claims as baseless, Yout’s complaint outlined various actions taken by the label group that ended up damaging its business. For example, Google took the RIAA’s copyright complaints at face value and delisted Yout from its search results. On top, the public takedown notices also devalued Yout’s business by tarnishing its reputation, the company explained. Amended Complaint Highlights Additional Damage In an amended complaint filed in a Connecticut court this week, Yout repeated many of the allegations contained in its original complaint. However, a new piece of information suggests that the RIAA also used its powers to attack Yout’s ability to make and receive money. Yout says that in response to searches for its platform, Yout’s customers were informed by Google that due to copyright complaints received against Yout.com, results had been removed at the behest of the RIAA. This, the platform claims, ended up in Yout customers canceling their subscriptions. Furthermore, Yout claims that the RIAA also used its powers to limit its ability to receive process payments. “On information and belief, Defendants’ DMCA notices have caused PayPal to shut down Yout’s account, causing Yout further significant monetary and reputational damage,” the filing reads. “The Defendants acted with intent and actual malice when they engaged in the foregoing conduct because they intended to harm the Plaintiffs.” Enhanced Rejections of Anti-Circumvention Allegations In Yout’s original complaint the platform described itself as a time-shifting service that, in the absence of any specific circumvention of technological copyright protection, cannot be in violation of the anti-circumvention measures of the DMCA. Indeed, Yout flatly denied circumventing any of YouTube’s protection measures, including its so-called “rolling cipher”, the mechanism at the very heart of the RIAA’s complaint against youtube-dl. What is interesting in Yout’s amended complaint is that it now makes enhanced claims and denials, which show clear signs of benefiting from the EFF’s and Github’s legal stance in the youtube-dl matter. “[T]he rolling cipher mechanism employed by YouTube does not prevent copying of videos or other digital media,” Yout’s amended complaint reads. “Yout’s software platform works the same way as a browser when it encounters the signature mechanism: it reads and interprets the JavaScript program sent by YouTube, derives a signature value [referred to by RIAA as a ‘rolling cipher’], and sends that value back to YouTube to initiate the video stream “Yout’s software platform contains no password, key, or other secret knowledge that is required to access YouTube videos. It simply uses the same mechanism that YouTube presents to each and every user who views a video,” the company adds. In a nutshell, Yout says that it cannot circumvent the rolling cipher (as defined in the DMCA) because YouTube itself provides the means to access video streams to anyone who asks for them. “[O]ne cannot ‘circumvent’ an access control by using publicly available means,” the platform concludes. Targeting YouTube-DL Proves Counterproductive Whether the RIAA anticipated the backlash in response to its targeting of youtube-dl or not, it now faces a significantly more difficult struggle to suppress similar tools and services. With the EFF and Github now heavily involved, it’s no longer a simple case of sending takedown notices and watching tools disappear. And, as Yout’s lawsuit shows, there could be additional legal repercussions too, including a potential effect on long-running cases that the RIAA is already embroiled in. Yout’s amended complaint can be found here (pdf) Source: TorrentFreak
  4. The RIAA and other music groups recently accused youtube-dl and related stream-ripping tools of circumventing YouTube's 'rolling cipher' protection. While that may sound complex, anyone can download full audio and video files from YouTube, using nothing more than a web browser. It's surprisingly easy and we failed to spot any ciphers. Downloading audio and video from YouTube is generally not allowed, as the video service clearly states in its terms of service. Despite this restriction, there are numerous ‘stream-ripping’ tools available on the web that do just that. These tools have legal uses but they are also a thorn in the side of music industry outfits, who see them as a major piracy threat. That was illustrated once again last week when an RIAA takedown notice wiped youtube-dl off GitHub. The Rolling cipher According to the RIAA, youtube-dl violates the DMCA’s anti-circumvention provisions because it bypasses YouTube’s ‘rolling cipher’ technical protection measure. That sounds rather complicated, but publicly little is known about how it works. To find out more we reached out to YouTube, which didn’t respond to our inquiry. However, we did find out more about the ‘rolling cipher’ in a judgment from a German court in Hamburg. This 2017 verdict was explicitly mentioned in the RIAA’s takedown request to GitHub. At the Hamburg court, copyright holders argued that YouTube’s ‘rolling cipher’ is an effective technological protection measure under EU law. It’s so complex that average users can’t decipher it. “In the case of the video at issue, the user would have to filter out the 22 encoded URLs from a total of 72,338 characters, then find the ‘S variable’ of each URL, decipher it – using the respectively valid, because changing key – and then the newly generated URL use to get the video,” their argument was. In the 2017 verdict, the court went along with this assessment ruling that encryption by the so-called “S variable” or “rolling cipher” is a technical measure within the meaning of Germany’s Copyright Act. DIY Downloading From YouTube At TorrentFreak, we have relatively little knowledge about encryption, so it would be impossible for us to bypass this ‘rolling cipher,’ one would think. However, after a few Google searches, we learned that pretty much every browser can do this by default. Once you know the trick it takes only 20 seconds or so to download the audio or video from any YouTube clip, using only a browser and no dedicated ripping tools. Our ‘deciphering’ quest started in Chrome but works in Firefox and other browsers as well. Because we don’t want any trouble, we used Dubioza Kolektiv’s Pirate Bay song as the test video. When that was loaded up, we opened Chrome’s devtools inspector, and navigated to the ‘network’ tab. The devtools inspector shows you what requests are made by a page. When we filter for the keyword ‘audio’, several URLs appear, all pointing to chopped up audio streams from the YouTube video. Without any encryption knowledge, we opened one of these streams in a separate browser tab. As expected, this didn’t immediately bring up the full audio with the Pirate Bay song. That requires the extra step of removing the last part of the URL, which starts with “range=”. When that’s done the audio clip shows up in full and it can be played just fine. In fact, Chrome even offers the option to download it. While we didn’t dare to go that far, we heard that it indeed saves just fine. And when the ‘weba’ extension is renamed to MP3, it will play offline too. Downloading From YouTube is Easy So there we have it. In just a few clicks and keystrokes we managed to bypass YouTube’s copyright protection using a browser. We didn’t see any rolling cipher in the process and anyone can do it. That brings us back to the RIAA’s takedown request and the cited court verdict, which said that “an average user is not able to access the video info file, let alone decipher it.” Either we are geniuses or the court’s statement is wrong, at least for the present situation. The above is the simple conclusion, but there’s more to it, which gets a bit technical. But Where’s the Encryption? After talking to several experts we learned that YouTube uses different ‘signatures’ for video URLs. Most have a fixed “sig” parameter, but there are also others that use an “s” parameter. In the latter cases, the player’s JavaScript is called with this “s” parameter which varies (or ‘rolls’). That parameter shuffling is likely what rightsholders refer to with a ‘rolling cipher.’ However, this doesn’t involve any real encryption and youtube-dl doesn’t use it, as it simply executes the JavaScript code with a JavaScript interpreter, much like a browser does. Over the past weeks, dozens of experts have chimed in about the legality or illegality of tools such as youtube-dl. We are not going to add to this, as these questions are ultimately up to a court to decide. Stream-Rippers are Not Needed What our little quest shows, however, is that there doesn’t appear to be any encryption to stop average users from downloading files in a browser. Anyone can download audio and video from YouTube without a dedicated stream-ripping tool. That leads us to the final question, which we will leave unanswered. Or perhaps it answers itself. If youtube-dl is violating the DMCA because it allows people to download audio from YouTube, should browsers such as Chrome be outlawed as well? Source: TorrentFreak
  5. An RIAA takedown request, which removed the YouTube-DL repository from GitHub, has ticked off developers and GitHub's CEO. Numerous people responded by copying and republishing the contested code, including in some quite clever ways. Meanwhile, GitHub's CEO is "annoyed" as well, offering help to get the repo reinstated. The music industry has increased its enforcement actions against stream-ripping tools and services in recent years. The RIAA and other music groups have filed lawsuits, sent cease and desist orders, and issued numerous DMCA takedown notices. RIAA Takes Down Youtube-DL Until recently these efforts were hardly noticed by the public at large but late last week something changed. When the RIAA targeted the very popular open-source tool YouTube-DL, many people responded in anger. Last Friday the RIAA asked the developer platform GitHub to remove the YouTube-DL code and various forks because it allegedly violates the DMCA’s anti-circumvention provisions. By enabling the public to download content from YouTube, the tool allegedly bypasses YouTube ‘rolling cipher’ protection. Not just that, the code also included links to copyrighted works to illustrate its use. Cease and Desist Notices Following our initial coverage, we learned that the pressure against YouTube-DL had already started weeks earlier in Germany. Law firm Rasch, which works with several major music industry players, sent out cease and desist orders in the hope of taking YouTube-DL offline. Hosting service Uberspace was one of the recipients. The company hosts the official YouTube-DL site and still does so today. Instead of taking the website down, Uberspace replied to the notice through its own lawyer, who said that the hosting company hasn’t don’t anything wrong. When the cease and desist notice was filed, yt-dl.org wasn’t even hosting the tool, as all download links pointed to GitHub, the company informs us. “The software itself wasn’t hosted on our systems anyway so, to be honest, I felt it to be quite ridiculous to involve us in this issue anyway – a lawyer specializing in IT laws should know better,” Jonas from Uberspace says. Former Maintainer Tageted as Well The host wasn’t the only entity to be targeted. The German law firm also sent a cease and desist notice to developer Philipp Hagemeister who previously maintained the YouTube-DL repository. He also denies the accusations. “They did not understand that I was no longer a maintainer, basically alleged that youtube-dl was an illegal enterprise rather than a legit open-source project, and misunderstood a bunch of other technical stuff,” Hagemeister tells TorrentFreak. Both Uberspace and Hagemeister don’t want to go into too much detail as this is a pending legal issue. However, both defend their actions in relation to YouTube-DL. And they’re not the only ones who were ticked off by the enforcement actions, as we learned this weekend. Takedown Backfires as Copies are Everywhere Soon after the RIAA notice took YouTube-DL offline many developers spoke out in protest. They believe that the music industry group went too far and started to republish copies of the code everywhere. Over the past several days, we have seen hundreds of new forks and copies appear online. These were also posted to GitHub, where YouTube-DL forks remain easy to find and continue to be uploaded. The code was also posted in some places one wouldn’t expect. For example, there’s still a copy in GitHub’s DMCA notice repository, which some people find quite amusing. And the list of pull requests can be quite entertaining in themselves. One of the most creative responses we’ve seen was posted to Twitter by @GalacticFurball who encoded YouTube-DL into images that can be easily shared, encouraging others to share these as well. “I would also suggest that you save and repost the images, as one single source kind of defeats the point. Maybe start a hashtag trend or something. Make songs, and poetry. Get that data out there.” This triggered even more creativity, with people finding alternative means to share the code online, all to counter the RIAA’s takedown request. GitHub’s CEO Offers to Help YouTube-DL Meanwhile, GitHub’s CEO Nat Friedman wasn’t sitting still either. While the Microsoft-owned developer platform had to respond to the takedown notice, Friedman himself actively reached out to YouTube-DL’s developers to help them get their project reinstated. The CEO joined YouTube-DL’s IRC channel hoping to connect with the owner of the repository so he can help to get it unsuspended. “GitHub exists to help developers. We never want to interfere with their work. We want to help the youtube-dl maintainers defeat the DMCA claim so that we can restore the repo,” Friedman told TorrentFreak, explaining his actions. It’s clear that GitHub exists to help developers. That said, for the company’s CEO to jump in and personally help someone to respond to a DMCA claim, is quite unprecedented. As it turns out, the RIAA’s notice ticked off Friedman as well. “This one annoyed me,” Friedman says. “Perhaps because of the importance of tools like youtube-dl for archivists, and our related archive program and funding of the Internet Archive: We are thinking about how GitHub can proactively help developers in more DMCA cases going forward, and take a more active role in reforming/repealing 1201.” GitHub’s CEO suggested that YouTube-DL won’t be reinstated in its original form. But, the software may be able to return without the rolling cipher circumvention code and the examples of how to download copyrighted material. RIAA Efforts Backfire By now it is clear that the RIAA’s takedown notice backfired badly. With the ‘Streisand Effect’ in full swing, there are now probably more copies of YouTube-DL online than there ever were. However, there is more. Reading between the lines Friedman suggests that the current DMCA rules may be too strong in some cases. For example, tools like YouTube-DL have non-infringing uses, and there can be upsides to circumventing copy protections as well. To archive content, for example. This issue may eventually become a policy question. Every four years the US Copyright Office grants new exemptions to the DMCA section 1201 anti-circumvention rules, and it wouldn’t surprise if these tools are put on the agenda in the future. Instead of simply taking down YouTube-DL, the RIAA may have actually poked the bear and increased support for such tools. Not only from developers at home, but also from big players such as GitHub. Putting that cat back in the bag is not going to be easy. Source: TorrentFreak
  6. Two weeks ago the RIAA asked GitHub to remove the open-source stream-ripper software youtube-dl. This request wasn't well-received by developers, many of whom retaliated by posting copies of the code. Yesterday, things went from bad to worse when a user with the name 'F*** T** RIAA' uploaded three MP3s of the songs the RIAA mentioned in its takedown notice The RIAA and other music groups see people who download music from YouTube as a major piracy threat. To deal with this problem, they have increased their enforcement actions against stream-ripping tools and services. RIAA Takes Youtube-dl Off GitHub This has led to lawsuits and takedown notices, where it’s argued that stream-ripping sites and software violate the DMCA’s anti-circumvention provisions. That was also the case with the open-source software youtube-dl, which was pulled from Github last month. The RIAA informed GitHub of the alleged copyright violations and the developer platform swiftly complied, taking the software offline. We have seen similar requests in the past but this one struck a nerve, especially among developers. They believe that the RIAA went too far. As we highlighted earlier, hundreds of new copies of the youtube-dl code appeared online in response, also on GitHub. While GitHub’s CEO Nat Friedman was annoyed by RIAA takedown efforts, he stressed that the platform legally had to comply, which it did. More recently, the company even said that users who continue to republish the code risk being banned. Full MP3s Now Appear on GitHub Thus far this hasn’t stopped the problem. The youtube-dl code continues to be uploaded to GitHub multiple times a day. This obviously frustrated the RIAA, but the music group has a bigger problem too. Full MP3s are being shared on the site as well now. A few hours ago we spotted a new GitHub user named ‘FuckTheRIAA‘ who uploaded a copy of youtube-dl as well as a ‘FuckTheRIAA’ repository that includes three songs. These songs from Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake, and Icona Pop, were not chosen randomly. The same tracks were mentioned in the RIAA’s original takedown request, as the YouTube videos were highlighted in the youtube-dl code. “We also note that the source code prominently includes as sample uses of the source code the downloading of copies of our members’ copyrighted sound recordings and music videos,” the RIAA wrote. How Will the RIAA Respond? This is yet another example that shows how the RIAA’s takedown request has actually made things worse for the music group, at least for now. After nearly a day the three MP3 files are still available on GitHub. TorrentFreak requested a comment from the RIAA on these unusual uploads but the group didn’t immediately reply. However, it seems likely that it will send another DMCA takedown request to remove the tracks from GitHub. Whether the RIAA will also file takedown notices to remove all of the new youtube-dl forks has yet to be seen. For now, its takedown efforts have only made things worse, so they may let things cool down for a while first while exploring other options. Lawful Uses? Over the past two weeks, a lot of people and organizations have criticized the RIAA’s enforcement efforts, including the EFF, which stressed that “youtube-dl is a legitimate tool with a world of lawful uses.” EFF believes that the circumvention restrictions in DMCA section 1201, which prevent people from bypassing technological restrictions, are too broad. “DMCA 1201 is incredibly broad, apparently allowing rightsholders to legally harass any ‘trafficker’ in code that lets users re-take control of their devices from DRM locks,” EFF wrote recently. That brings us to another issue we highlighted recently. How much circumvention is involved when anyone can bypass YouTube’s ‘restrictions’ in a regular web browser without extra tools? The RIAA, however, is convinced that it has the law on its side and thus far its takedown efforts have been successful. With all the controversy, it will be interesting to see how US courts interpret this issue. The legality of YouTube download services has never been properly litigated and the Flvto/2conv and Yout.com lawsuits could bring more clarity. That said, the GitHub user named FuckTheRIAA appears to have made up their mind already. Meanwhile, youtube-dl remains available via the official website. Source: TorrentFreak
  7. The RIAA's takedown of youtube-dl and its subsequent reinstatement by Github has generated hundreds of headlines and a fierce debate over the anti-circumvention provisions of the DMCA. However, similar takedowns, including those that target Deezer and Spotify-focused tools, are still going ahead. Youtube-dl may have a reprieve but these downloading tools are on very thin ice. Takedowns of tools and sites that help users to rip content from YouTube have been ongoing for years. Some platforms have wilted under lawsuits while others are regularly targeted using the anti-circumvention provisions of the DMCA. Until last month, it was generally assumed that there was no effective way to counter these actions but when the RIAA targeted youtube-dl on Github, the entire situation came to be seen in a different light. While the future will be the judge of whether the RIAA made the right overall decision, having Github remove the wildly popular software now presents a dilemma for the labels. With the bear having been well and truly poked and with Github, the EFF, and other interested parties now putting their weight and money behind a legal defense, issuing takedowns for similar tools will now present a less straightforward proposition. That being said, the issue of stream-ripping isn’t going away anytime soon, and with Deezer and Spotify facing similar problems, legal solutions will probably need to found. However, comparing the youtube-dl fight with those faced by tools that extract content from other streaming services isn’t something that should be done in haste. Deezer Continues To Fight Against Stream-Ripping Tools For years, music streaming service Deezer has been trying to prevent people from accessing its premium service without paying and/or downloading tracks as DRM-free audio files. Last month, however, Deezer’s security team sent messages to pirate app users warning them that while they had been observed using unauthorized tools, the company wasn’t going to stop them. Well, not directly at least. Just recently, TorrentFreak received new information which indicates that while Deezer isn’t going after ‘pirate’ users, it is certainly keeping up the pressure on those who create or distribute third-party tools. In addition to various takedown notices filed with Google and Twitter (1,2,3), the company also targeted Git platform, Fuwafuwa.moe. A complaint filed with the project, forwarded to various app developers and obtained by TorrentFreak, has Deezer demanding that several Deezer-related projects – including ‘deemix’ (a tool based on Deezloader Remix), ‘freezer’, an app that claims to help users “Download and decrypt tracks from Deezer in style”, and ‘ayeBot’, a Discord bot that downloads music from Deezer – should be taken down on copyright grounds. “DEEZER..[..]..offers, since 2012, an international online music on demand service, through free and paying services…with a formidable presence on the Internet and has acquired renown in the music industry and among Internet users,” the complaint reads. “We have discovered that [links on the site] make available applications as Deemix, Deezloader or Freezer, which use illegal methods to bypass Deezer’s security measures to unlawfully download its music catalog, in total violation of our rights and those of our music licensors (phonographic producers, performing artists, songwriters and composers).” The Deezer notice is notable since it cites no specific law as a basis for the takedowns. However, while speaking with “lesderid”, the operator of the git at Fuwafuwa.moe, TorrentFreak learned that the takedowns of the allegedly-infringing projects were carried out as requested since they were sent by Deezer in good faith. “I try to be fair, but at the end of the day if it’s a legitimate notice sent by someone authorized to send it, I’ll take the content offline as required by EU law (largely equivalent to DMCA) to stay out of liability. I took down the repos and gave [the project operators] the option to submit a counter notice,” he explained. Youtube-dl v Deezer downloading tools Since these takedowns were actioned (and others too, according to various sources associated with the various projects), the question has been raised whether the youtube-dl matter could potentially render a better outcome for Deezer downloading tools moving forward. The knee-jerk reaction is probably not, but it’s still worth looking at some of the reasons why. The main reasons for Github reinstating youtube-dl can be found in advice offered by the EFF. When these potential defenses for youtube-dl are compared to those available to Deezer downloaders, the contrast is clear to see. The first key difference is that while both YouTube and Deezer have millions of users, only the former allows uploads from the public. This means that where it’s possible to say that youtube-dl has been used by “journalists and human rights organizations to save eyewitness videos” and “educators to save videos for classroom use”, such noble applications simply do not exist within a Deezer downloading tool. All of the content accessed is provided by companies or artists and is fully licensed, a massive difference when compared to YouTube. In respect of YouTube’s much-referenced “rolling cipher”, characterized by the labels as encryption but dismissed by the EFF as simply a part of web-browsing, it’s fairly simple to spot the differences at Deezer. Indeed, and like competitor Spotify, Deezer uses a type of encryption in its business that the EFF strongly attempts to distance youtube-dl from. “Importantly, youtube-dl does not decrypt video streams that are encrypted with commercial DRM technologies, such as Widevine, that are used by subscription video sites, such as Netflix,” the EFF statement reads. YouTube is a Free Service – Deezer Premium is Not Finally, it’s worth pointing out that most Deezer and Spotify downloaders are designed to circumvent either some of the restrictions placed on ad-supported accounts or provide full access to the related subscription service without paying for it. If we consider youtube-dl as a multi-purpose tool with substantial non-infringing uses, how Deezer downloaders operate sit in stark contrast. Indeed, this type of behavior led Spotify to label similar software as “instruments of fraud” earlier this year, a claim that on face value shouldn’t be too difficult to build a case around. In the unlikely event the copyright claims against downloaders fall short, that is. Source: TorrentFreak
  8. This week GitHub reversed an RIAA takedown by reinstating the youtube-dl repository. The Microsoft-owned developer platform, together with the EFF, sent a clear message that YouTube downloaders are not by definition illegal. This outspoken support is not only good news for youtube-dl, it might also be a gamechanger for the lawsuits against 2conv, Flvto, and Yout. The music industry is convinced. Downloading music from public streaming services, YouTube in particular, is the greatest piracy threat to the industry. The RIAA and several key music labels are doing everything in their power to counter this menace. They’ve sued several YouTube download sites, removed streamripper URLs from search engines, and most recently they targeted the open-source tool youtube-dl as well. The last move was a step too far for many. It immediately triggered outrage among developers and the public at large. The opposition reached new heights this week when GitHub and EFF drew a clear line in the sand. No further. After some modifications, youtube-dl’s repository was reinstated. This was great news for the developers, users, and many stream-ripping sites that rely on the tool. But the decision and the reasoning behind it are much, much bigger than that. In isolation, the youtube-dl code is a relatively small problem for the music industry. Similar tools will always be available. While the RIAA liked the message that was sent by the removal, they perhaps didn’t foresee that a refusal to take down the same code would be much worse. ‘YouTube Downloading Tools are Not Illegal’ Both GitHub and the EFF have made it very clear that YouTube downloading tools are not by definition illegal. On the contrary. “Youtube-dl is a lot like the videocassette recorders of decades past: a flexible tool for saving personal copies of video that’s already accessible to the public,” the digital rights group wrote in a recent post on the topic. GitHub also stressed that youtube-dl is a “socially beneficial tool” which can help researchers, journalists, and the public at large. These comments, which are only a tiny selection of the broader message, are a potential game-changer. The backing from GitHub is particularly notable, as the company is owned by Microsoft, which in its own right is one of the largest copyright holders in the world. That said, the legality of YouTube download tools is not impacted directly by the public commentary. Eventually, this is something that courts will have to decide over. In the US, there is no clear jurisprudence on this specific issue but that may change in the near future. The RIAA’s main argument is that these tools violate DMCA section 1201, which prohibits the circumvention of technical protection measures. In YouTube’s case, the RIAA cites the “rolling cipher” protection that YouTube uses to make downloading from the site somewhat more complicated. Rolling Cipher Encryption? The question is whether this “rolling cipher” is indeed a protection measure under the DMCA. That’s up to a court to decide, but we have previously shown that anyone with a browser can easily download from YouTube without extra tools. The RIAA’s position is strengthened by a 2017 order from a court in Germany, that was also cited in the GitHub takedown notice. There, the court ruled that the “rolling cipher” is a technical measure within the meaning of Germany’s Copyright Act. However, not everyone believes that the court was correct here. EFF stated that, contrary to the court’s ruling, there is no encryption involved. YouTube’s video streams are visible to everyone who uses a regular web browser. The ‘rolling cipher’ simply refers to a changing signature, implemented in Javascript and readable in plain non-encrypted text, that’s used for some videos. “The 2017 decision of the Hamburg Regional Court in Germany that RIAA references, which refers to YouTube’s “signature” mechanism, was wrongly decided and is not binding nor even persuasive under U.S. law,” EFF wrote. GitHub also believes that the German court made an error. Following EFF’s lead, the company concluded that youtube-dl was not circumventing a technical protection measure. “We concluded that the allegations did not establish a violation of the law,” GitHub said. Stream-Ripper Battle Continues in Court These are strong statements that will eventually have to be tested before a judge and that may happen sooner rather than later. There are currently two major US lawsuits where the legality of YouTube rippers could be decided. While EFF and GitHub are not part of those cases, their input will likely prove a factor. One of the lawsuits was filed by Johnathan Nader, the operator of the stream-ripper ‘Yout’, who sued the RIAA last month. Nader decided to be one step ahead of the music industry by demanding a declaratory judgment that his website doesn’t violate Section 1201 of the DMCA. TorrentFreak reached out to Nader, who said he prefers not to comment on the ongoing litigation. Especially since the RIAA has yet to formally reply. However, the photo he shared with us reveals that he’s happy with EFF’s stance on the matter. Nader’s lawsuit touches on the ‘rolling cipher’ argument as well, and he denies that anything is being decrypted or bypassed. Another lawsuit where the same issue may be brought up was filed by several of the largest music labels two years ago, with support from the RIAA. They sued the YouTube ripping sites FLVTO.biz, 2conv.com, and their Russian operator Tofig Kurbanov. Both sides are currently still fighting over whether a US court has jurisdiction. Kurbanov’s legal team recently petitioned the US Supreme Court to hear that matter. If the court decides that the site operator has to defend himself, he is surrounded by a legal team that is confident that they can defeat the copyright and anti-circumvention allegations. ‘RIAA Opposed Every Technological Advance’ Speaking with TorrentFreak, Kurbanov’s defense attorney Evan Fray-Witzer equates stream-ripping to the other technological advances that were protested by the music industry over the years. “It’s important to remember that the RIAA has consistently opposed virtually every technological advance from the 1970s forward including the advent of cassette tapes, compact discs, and MP3s. For 50 years they have been yelling that the sky is falling and yet – despite this hysteria – music continues not only to survive but to flourish.” According to Fray-Witzer, this latest attack on stream-ripping is equally misguided and will eventually fail. “Users have lots of legitimate uses for stream-ripping that have nothing to do with music. And, even when you’re talking about music, users have a legitimate right to time-shift, just as the courts found that people could record TV shows with their VCRs so that they could watch them at a different time,” he says. The Yout.com and Kurbanov’s cases are not the first stream-ripper lawsuits. A few years ago, the record labels already sued YouTube-MP3. That site eventually settled the case privately and shut down. While the RIAA celebrated this as a major win, this outcome has little effect on the current cases. “So far, the RIAA’s successes in court have been the result of defendants who lack the ability to fight back and to prove that these tools do not actually violate copyright law. Hopefully, that’s about to change,” Fray-Witzer notes. “Stream-ripping sites and software are simply tools – tools with lots of legitimate uses, as the EFF has recognized,” the attorney adds. DMCA Section 1201 Exceptions It’s clear that the YouTube downloaders find themselves supported by the recent backing from GitHub and the EFF, but the moral support is just part of the story. In addition, both are also calling on the Copyright Office to broaden the DMCA Section 1201 exceptions. “We are also advocating specifically on the anti-circumvention provisions of the DMCA to promote developers’ freedom to build socially beneficial tools like youtube-dl,” GitHub said this week, announcing their plan to get involved in the Copyright Office’s triannual review process. Right now, US law makes it illegal for most developers to use or distribute code that bypasses technical protection measures, even if that technology or code can also be used for non-infringing or legal means. Time will tell how these and other issues will develop over time but it’s clear that the RIAA’s takedown notice to GitHub was a wake-up call. Now we just have to see who and what it awakened. TorrentFreak also reached out to the RIAA before to hear their comments about the takedown notice but the group hasn’t responded. It’s not a stretch to conclude that they are not happy with GitHub’s reversal, to say the least. Source: TorrentFreak
  9. Last month, GitHub removed a popular tool that is used to download videos from websites like YouTube after it received a DMCA takedown notice from the Recording Industry Association of America. For a moment, it seemed that GitHub might throw developers under the bus in the same fashion that Twitch has recently treated its streamers. But on Monday, GitHub went on the offense by reinstating the offending tool and saying it would take a more aggressive line on protecting developers’ projects. Youtube-dl is a command-line program that could, hypothetically, be used to make unauthorized copies of copyrighted material. This potential for abuse prompted the RIAA to send GitHub a scary takedown notice because that’s what the RIAA does all day. The software development platform complied with the notice and unleashed a user outcry over the loss of one of the most popular repositories on the site. Many developers started re-uploading the code to GitHub in protest. After taking some time to review the case, GitHub now says that youtube-dl is all good. In a statement, GitHub’s Director of Platform Policy Abby Vollmer wrote that there are two reasons that it was able to reverse the decision. The first reason is that the RIAA cited one repo that used the youtube-dl source code and contained references to a few copyrighted songs on YouTube. This was only part of a unit test that the code performs. It listens to a few seconds of the song to verify that everything is working properly but it doesn’t download or distribute any material. Regardless, GitHub worked with the developer to patch out the references and stay on the safe side. As for the primary youtube-dl source code, lawyers at the Electronic Frontier Foundation decided to represent the developers and presented an argument that satisfied GitHub’s concerns that the code circumvents technical measures to protect copyrighted material in violation of Section 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The EFF explained that youtube-dl doesn’t decrypt anything or breakthrough any anti-copying measures. From a technical standpoint, it isn’t much different than a web browser receiving information as intended, and there are plenty of fair use applications for making a copy of materials. Among the “many legitimate purposes” for using youtube-dl, GitHub listed: “changing playback speeds for accessibility, preserving evidence in the fight for human rights, aiding journalists in fact-checking, and downloading Creative Commons-licensed or public domain videos.” The EFF cited some of the same practical uses and had a few unique additions to its list of benefits, saying that it could be used by “educators to save videos for classroom use, by YouTubers to save backup copies of their own uploaded videos, and by users worldwide to watch videos on hardware that can’t run a standard web browser, or to watch videos in their full resolution over slow or unreliable Internet connections.” It’s nice to see GitHub evaluating the argument and moving forward without waiting for a legal process to play out, but the company went further in announcing a new eight-step process for evaluating claims related to Section 1201 that will err on the side of developers. GitHub is also establishing a million-dollar legal fund to provide assistance to open source developers fighting off unwarranted takedown notices. Mea culpa, mea culpa! Finally, the company said that it would work to improve the law around DMCA notices and it will be “advocating specifically on the anti-circumvention provisions of the DMCA to promote developers’ freedom to build socially beneficial tools like youtube-dl.” Along with today’s announcement, GitHub CEO Nat Friedman tweeted, “Section 1201 of the DMCA is broken and needs to be fixed. Developers should have the freedom to tinker.” Source
  10. HandyPAF

    MacYTDL 1.14.3

    A macOS GUI front-end for the youtube-dl video downloader MacYTDL is a macOS GUI front end for youtube-dl, the cross-platform video downloader. It has been developed in AppleScript. The code is not protected and can be opened in Script Editor. MacYTDL is code signed and notarized. Features: Download individual videos and playlists. Download multiple videos separately (in parallel) or in one process (sequentially). Works with all sites supported by youtube-dl. Can cancel individual downloads. Settings for level of youtube-dl feedback, download folder, file format and remuxing format. Batch downloads. Download a text description of the video. Download and embed subtitles in chosen format and language. Download and optionally embed thumbnail images and metadata. Download or extract audio-only files in chosen format. Download selected episodes from ABC iView (Australia) show pages. Optional macOS Service for use in web browsers which copies the current URL, switches to MacYTDL and pastes URL of video to be downloaded. All components downloaded and/or installed by MacYTDL, which can be controlled by the user. Component updates available in the app. A separate log file is retained for each download enabling problem solving if a download fails. Has a built-in uninstaller which moves all components to Trash. Includes a range of simple utilities. Is 64-bit and so runs in macOS 10.15 Catalina. ====================================================================== Changelog: Version 1.14.3 – FFmpeg update/install fix again FFmpeg should now reliably install or update. Users with system language set to German or Italian might notice some dialogs are translated from English. This indicates under-the-hood work to implement localization. Please send raise an issue is this causes any problems. ------------------------------ Requirements: macOS 10.10 or later ====================================================================== Home: https://github.com/section83/MacYTDL Download: 9.6 MB https://github.com/section83/MacYTDL/releases/download/1.14.3/MacYTDL-v1.14.3.dmg
  11. Changelog Extractors [pluralsight] Improve authentication (#17762) [dailymotion] Fix extraction (#17699) [crunchyroll] Switch to HTTPS for RpcApi (#17749) [philharmoniedeparis] Add support for pad.philharmoniedeparis.fr (#17705) [philharmoniedeparis] Fix extraction (#17705) [jamendo] Add support for licensing.jamendo.com (#17724) [openload] Add support for oload.cloud (#17710) [pluralsight] Fix subtitles extraction (#17726, #17728) [vimeo] Add another config regular expression (#17690) [spike] Fix Paramount Network extraction (#17677) [hotstar] Fix extraction (#14694, #14931, #17637) Links Homepage Documentation Download You might also need FFmpeg for post-processing note: requires Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x86)
  12. Changelog Extractors [pluralsight] Fix subtitles extraction (#17671) [mediaset] Improve embed support (#17668) [youtube] Add support for invidio.us (#17613) [zattoo] Add support for more zattoo platform sites [zattoo] Fix extraction (#17175, #17542) Links Homepage Documentation Download note: requires Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x86)
  13. rach

    YDL-UI v2.5.3

    Screenshots Changelog v2.5.3 Allow stopping of download when status is processing Use hh:mm:ss format for ETA column Fix progress bar contrast for selected rows (#31) Fix download log window icon (#35) Fix download log flicker and jumping issues (#35) Fix youtube-dl update button during active downloads (#36) Updated packaged youtube-dl version to 2019.09.01 Misc bug fixes. Prerequisites Windows 7 or newer .NET Framework 4.5 Installation Download the latest release and extract it to a directory of your choice. Note: If you are using the Portable edition you will need to keep ydl-ui.json and download-list.json files in the same folder that the YDL-UI executable is located in. Basic Usage Start YDL-UI by running the executable. Click the "Download" menustrip, then the "Add URL" option. Copy a video URL to the clipboard (e.g. Youtube video, playlist, user videos, etc) and paste it into the URL textbox. Select the desired options. Click "Add". A download entry will be added to the download log, and will begin downloading shortly after. Links Project Page Download Download (Portable)
  14. rushdie

    youtube-dl 2019.11.28

    youtube-dl is the command-line video downloader that is also available with a UI through YDL-UI. You can use youtube-dl for downloading videos from YouTube.com and a few more sites. It does require the Python interpreter, version 2.6, 2.7, or 3.2+, and it is not platform-specific. It should work on your Unix box, Windows or on macOS. OS: Win 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista; Linux; macOS Homepage: https://yt-dl.org/ Github page: https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl Info & Usage Guide (Documentation): https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md#readme Changelog: https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/releases/ Download for windows: https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/releases/download/2019.11.28/youtube-dl.exe (Note: You can always replace the youtube-dl file located inside the bin folder of the YDL-UI program with an updated one.)
  15. rushdie

    youtube-dl 2019.12.25

    youtube-dl is the command-line video downloader that is also available with a UI through YDL-UI. You can use youtube-dl for downloading videos from YouTube.com and a few more sites. It does require the Python interpreter, version 2.6, 2.7, or 3.2+, and it is not platform-specific. It should work on your Unix box, Windows or on macOS. OS: Win 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista; Linux; macOS Homepage: https://yt-dl.org/ Github page: https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl Info & Usage Guide (Documentation): https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md#readme Changelog: https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/releases/ Download for windows: https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/releases/download/2019.12.25/youtube-dl.exe (Note: You can always replace the youtube-dl file located inside the bin folder of the YDL-UI program with an updated one like this.)
  16. rushdie

    youtube-dl 2020.02.16

    youtube-dl is the command-line video downloader that is also available with a UI through YDL-UI. You can use youtube-dl for downloading videos from YouTube.com and a few more sites. It does require the Python interpreter, version 2.6, 2.7, or 3.2+, and it is not platform-specific. It should work on your Unix box, Windows or on macOS. OS: Win 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista; Linux; macOS Homepage: https://yt-dl.org/ Github page: https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl Info & Usage Guide (Documentation): https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md#readme Changelog: https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/releases/ Download for windows: https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/releases/download/2020.02.16/youtube-dl.exe (Note: You can always replace the youtube-dl.exe file located inside the bin folder of the YDL-UI program with an updated one like this.)
  17. rushdie

    youtube-dl 2020.03.01

    youtube-dl is the command-line video downloader that is also available with a UI through YDL-UI. You can use youtube-dl for downloading videos from YouTube.com and a few more sites. It does require the Python interpreter, version 2.6, 2.7, or 3.2+, and it is not platform-specific. It should work on your Unix box, Windows or on macOS. OS: Win 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista; Linux; macOS Homepage: https://yt-dl.org/ Github page: https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl Info & Usage Guide (Documentation): https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md#readme Changelog: https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/releases/ Download for windows: https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/releases/download/2020.03.01/youtube-dl.exe (Note: You can always replace the youtube-dl.exe file located inside the bin folder of the YDL-UI program with an updated one like this.)
  18. rushdie

    youtube-dl 2020.01.01

    youtube-dl is the command-line video downloader that is also available with a UI through YDL-UI. You can use youtube-dl for downloading videos from YouTube.com and a few more sites. It does require the Python interpreter, version 2.6, 2.7, or 3.2+, and it is not platform-specific. It should work on your Unix box, Windows or on macOS. OS: Win 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista; Linux; macOS Homepage: https://yt-dl.org/ Github page: https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl Info & Usage Guide (Documentation): https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/blob/master/README.md#readme Changelog: https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/releases/ Download for windows: https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/releases/download/2020.01.01/youtube-dl.exe (Note: You can always replace the youtube-dl.exe file located inside the bin folder of the YDL-UI program with an updated one like this.)
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