Hi there, thanks for making "continue" a valid config file argument (I had requested this, but can't remember where and when - anyway thanks, very appreciated).
About the %h flag being deprecated: I think this was terribly useful to have the host saved in the filename (for archival purposes, and manly to be able to remember the source of downloaded videos). It's very strange to still have the video ID available as a filename, but not the host. Can you think of a way to have an equivalent of the "%h" string in the filename? Why was it deprecated? 2013/6/27 Toni Gundogdu <lega...@gmail.com> > Please be sure to CC the cclive-devel in your replies. > > nodiscc <nodi...@gmail.com> [2013-06-26 19:24:34 +0200]: > > > Toni Gundogdu <lega...@gmail.com> [2013-06-25 15:34:16 +0300]: > > > > > > nodiscc <nodi...@gmail.com> [2013-06-21 19:18:33 +0200]: > > > > > > > Hi all, I get this error whenever I try to run cclive on my debian > > > > Checking ... error: bad regexp `*': nothing to repeat > > > > > > Anything in the config file (default: ~/.ccliverc)? > > > > Hi, thanks for tanks for replying. Indeed i had some settings in > > ~/.ccliverc: > > prefer-format = *:best > > > > Commenting out the first setting (prefer-format = *:best) solves my > > problem. > > --prefer-format should really be removed in cclive 0.9+ -- libquvi 0.9+ > provides a better way to choose the media streams, and can be used with > cclive 0.9+: > > $ cclive -v | grep libquvi > libquvi 0.9.1 > libquvi-scripts 0.9.20130619 > > $ cclive -s i44_480p,\w+_480p,best URL > > The above would pass a comma-separated list of regex patterns to libquvi > to match against the available media stream IDs. > > "stream" is not currently "configurable" for cclive 0.7, but the > recently pushed changes will allow this for 0.9+. > > Or, you could use quvi-get(1) 0.9+: > > $ grep < ~/.config/quvi/quvirc -e core -e stream > [core] > stream = i44_480p,\w+_480p,best > > $ quvi get URL > > See "Links" below for the documents that cover the steps to build the > 0.9+ (cclive and/or quvi) from the official source tarballs, if > interested. > > > But I seem to have a new minor issue, the output file name now looks > > like: > > nohostseq_riF4bWhzV9o-Future_Garage_Production.webm (youtube video) > > or even > > nohostseq_68546202-Hyper_Drive_YURIKAMOME.mp4 (vimeo video) > > > > Notice the "nowhostseq" string, i used to have "youtube", "vimeo" or > > whatever hosting provider name there. Any way I can restore this? > > Restore, no. cclive v0.7.12+ uses the hardcoded "nohostseq" value for > the %h sequence. 0.9+ will remove the support for it completely: > > libquvi 0.4 previously provided the "host ID" media property value, > libquvi 0.9+ no longer provides this value. > > Links: > : http://cclive.sourceforge.net/doc/other/howto-compile-linux.html > : http://quvi.sourceforge.net/doc/other/howto-compile-linux.html > : http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/message.php?msg_id=30618779 > ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ LIMITED TIME SALE - Full Year of Microsoft Training For Just $49.99! 1,500+ hours of tutorials including VisualStudio 2012, Windows 8, SharePoint 2013, SQL 2012, MVC 4, more. BEST VALUE: New Multi-Library Power Pack includes Mobile, Cloud, Java, and UX Design. Lowest price ever! Ends 9/22/13. http://pubads.g.doubleclick.net/gampad/clk?id=64545871&iu=/4140/ostg.clktrk _______________________________________________ cclive-devel mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/cclive-devel