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Old 24.03.2019, 12:45
Theo1290 Theo1290 is offline
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Default Not all videos downloading.

So I found out about JDownloader 2 from some guy who recommended to me as a way to download songs I like so I can listen to them offline. I downloaded about 280 videos at once from the same playlist. I unchecked all file types except audio.

So after this is done, all the videos are in files and I move them to the music folder from downloads. https://imgur.com/a/43Krclf

40 of my songs are not working. Let's say all my folders look like this: https://imgur.com/a/MYPQDZx

and inside them they should look like this: https://imgur.com/a/H5fffMb
when clicked on, "groove music" program on my pc is opened, with 240 songs on it, all the ones I've downloaded that work. I moved all the songs that don't work to a separate folder, as there's no point keeping them in the music folder. (if my folders are in the music folder, I can find them in the groove music program, apart from the ones that don't work. If not, I can still open them in the groove music program by going inside that folder and clicking the image, but the groove music program doesn't save them which is why I move them to the music folder)

but the 40 songs that are not working are folders with either nothing inside, or an image of blank paper. I recently downloaded sony vegas to my pc, and now most of them (some folders still have nothing inside)have this image:https://imgur.com/a/tNzVB6y

clicking on it opens up sony vegas, where the song will either play there or I'll get an error file.

If I try to re-download the same videos I'll get the same result. I downloaded a couple other videos and they are fine. So right now this looks like there's a problem with the links videos that don't work instead of jdownlader. I honestly don't know.

Last edited by Jiaz; 26.03.2019 at 17:25.
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Old 26.03.2019, 17:24
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Jiaz Jiaz is offline
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As far as I can tell from your screenshot its about m4a and ogg. Looks like your audio player doesn't support ogg? Either manually convert the ogg to m4a or change the format in variant column in JDownloader. It might also be that the audio stream isn't (yet) available as m4a. JDownloader does not convert any streams and only download them as available. Check for audio format and either try to change format or convert manually in case your audio player doesn't support them.
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