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Old 02.10.2019, 17:32
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Default Twitch: download start from timecode

Hi,

Would be nice if JD2 respected timecodes in Twitch URL's and started download from that timecode. Example: **External links are only visible to Support Staff**
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Old 02.10.2019, 17:34
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Can't promise because I first have to check what ffmpeg does when you start the stream in the middle
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Old 02.10.2019, 19:42
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Can't promise because I first have to check what ffmpeg does when you start the stream in the middle
I peeked a bit at how JD2 talks to ffmpeg and see that JD2 provides a m3u8 file with 10s long segments. Maybe compute the segment to start with from timecode and serve the modified m3u8?
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Old 02.10.2019, 19:46
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Yes, that what I would do, but I don't know how ffmpeg behaves if the m3u8 starts somewhere in the middle and not from the start
No need to peek JDownloader is open source see https://svn.jdownloader.org/projects/jd
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Old 02.10.2019, 19:48
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Yes, that what I would do, but I don't know how ffmpeg behaves if the m3u8 starts somewhere in the middle and not from the start
No need to peek JDownloader is open source see **External links are only visible to Support Staff**...
doh, didn't know that. I just looked at command line with procexp and pulled that m3u8 from JD2.

I'll try to see how ffmpeg behaves, to save me some time, where that m3u8 comes from?
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Old 02.10.2019, 19:55
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Enable Settings-Advanced Settings-Log.debugmodeenabled and restart JDownloader
now you can open logs folder-> subfolder for each session-> there is a logfile for the twitch plugin and there yuo can see/find all http requests/responses and use them to do manual ffmpeg testings.

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Old 02.10.2019, 21:54
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delete please, wrong thread
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