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Old 28.07.2015, 06:17
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Old 28.07.2015, 08:46
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Old 28.07.2015, 09:00
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Old 29.07.2015, 17:58
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Looks like the "256kbps m4a audio only available as a separate audio file" has been fixed by one of the updates, thank you!

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Hi

I was wondering how the largest file available for youtu.be/5IhxI9K32os

is the 256kbps m4a audio, and the "best quality video" ("mp4_360", actually 240p) only has 96kbps audio? (Webm, that I enabled for testing, has 128kbps Ogg)

http://108.imagebam.com/download/L27...e-elshimma.png
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I enabled most low-res FLV, MP4 and Webm formats in JD2 (beta) settings, just to be sure.

In 2012 I downloaded a 240p FLV with 128kbps AAC audio from the same link.

Is there a way to enable "all available formats", to see what's available there?

Is there an "original video" option somewhere? Where does the 256kbps audio file come from?
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Old 04.08.2015, 09:06
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Dear Developers,

Firstly, thank you for your effort and support.

I added and grabbed all videos to JDownload Downloads tabs from a Youtube channel. Any video's Youtube URL (etc. watch=.....) cannot see (right click -> Properties -> Show Download URLs). Instead JDownloader show only playlist link (**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**).

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Old 04.08.2015, 13:50
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Not at all an issue with JD2, but intrestingly, youtube seems to be lowering the quality of older uploads.
For youtu.be/Us2eGvqwMik, Youtube web interface only offers 240p, JDownloader offers "360p" mp4_360_aac96 that is actually 288p, but in 2013 the video was available at "360p" 288p with a much higher video bitrate.

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Here's another funny combination, this definitely looks like youtube's own weirdness, cannot get best video and best audio in the same file:
youtu.be/Us2eGvqwMik
- 128k audio is only available in the 240p dash video (and dash webm), the "360p" (actually 288p) mp4_360_aac96 only has 96kbps audio.

Gotta learn remuxing.
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Old 05.08.2015, 00:53
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Downloads restart back to 0% when reaching 100% instead of Demuxing/Converting.

I have tried searching for a resolve to this issue via google search & the forums. I'm unsure if this problem has happened previously on the first jDownloader but worded differently. I do apologise if this has been posted before, I would appreciate being pointed to where, so I can resolve this. Anyway.

- When searching for a fix, I did also learn to enable java & javaw through the firewall and such. Which didn't resolve anything. Not too sure what it achieved, but I guess it was important to do for jDownloader.

I have tried fiddling around with certain things to try and resolve this though I don't seem to get a permanent fix, at least that doesn't require my intervention to complete the download. Specifically running just 1 download a time, 1 chunk a time. Through to 8 Downloads a time running a max of 16 chunks per Dl. And various ranges in between. I have the Youtube plugin set up to pull only Audio at anything 128kbit or less. Most files tend to be M4A 128kbits.

When downloading, the package/file will sit at about 70kb/s - 110kb/s (Average) and when it reaches about 98% - 100% the download will go to run the Demuxer. Instead it restarts the download from 0%, Filesize: 0 Bytes.
I only download audio from Youtube, most of the time I don't get this issue, other packages will run at the full speed or an equally spreaded download average depending on how many downloads I run. it's rather random, I can't seem to find a pattern to what triggers it. I did at first notice it only with smaller files roughly 8MB in size or under. Not all small files but some.
Then I noticed it when downloading certain videos from this users channel -
( **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff** - For a link reference. ) which were roughly 80MB - 150MB in size. Again not all packages had this issue. The only thing I did notice is more often than not it would be the mixes that are the older years that seemed to get this issue. Whether that's actually relevant or not I don't know. I did ponder if maybe it's to do with Youtube's servers, with the older files that have been uploaded.

There is a work around that I have but it's a little tedious, but none the less it works. Is when the download reaches 97% - 99% is R-Click & disable the download, then re-enable it*, causing it to carry on where it left, with a download speed spike of about 1.8MB/s. (My max download speed is 2.27MB/s roughly) which then causes the download the finish and then the Demuxer runs and the file is finished/completed.

*Another observation is, at random too, some files that I disable will suddenly jump back 6% - 10%/Current downloaded filesize correlates with that jump backwards also (For example: Disabled at 98%, suddenly skips back to 92.4%). But again not all files/packages do this. Many will stay at the % the package got disabled at or close enough.

The other work around, regarding the low download speed which half fixes this completely is, when I set my max chunks to 14 - 16, the package/file will run at my full download speed, rather than the 90kb/s average. 16 Chunks and a max of 4 download connections seems to work best with these packages that have the issue. I tend to have them sit at about 400kb/s - 700kb/s evenly-ish. Where-as my general download settings would be 2 chunks & 1 - 9 max download connections. Depending on the sort of file sizes the batch will consist of. Doing the math, for small files, 250kb/s per download on average works rather nicely chewing through them.

I'm not too sure whether there's a resolution to the download auto resetting when it goes to run the demux. I thought it would be worth describing it to the forums to see if anyone knows about this issue also?
- I mean it's not really preventing anything, though it'd be nice to know if I could even be able to set a script/command that if the download restarts more than 2 times, to 'skip download' so then when my download batch is done, I can clean the finished links and focus on the troublesome ones. The only niggle really is that must waste a lot of data in downloads, As they will continue resetting at 100% endlessly. Again, sometimes they will randomly decide to Demux at 100% and finish after X many retry's(Without intervention).

At the same time I also thought it'd be useful for anyone with this issue looking for small fixes, to have some. Thanks in advance for your attention.

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Old 05.08.2015, 23:27
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Yes youtube plugin doesn't download correctly any youtube video.

I try to download 4 1080p videos and at all 4 videos i have a lot of seconds of the video that is lost from the downloaded video even at youtube link was played normally.

So i belive you must fix the youtube plugin especially for 1080p videos.
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Old 07.08.2015, 18:38
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Default Youtube files downloaded as M4A are unsupported by Google Play Music

I have been racking my brains trying to download playlists from Youtube with the JD plugin settings for YT as grabbing M4A (highest 256 and 192) variants, yet every single one fails to upload to Google Play Music (in Music Manager I see "unsupported format", despite M4A being well supported by it).

I have now confirmed that there is something in the way that JD is downloading/converting/whatever the M4A, as I just used clipconverter.cc to test with the same video link and I successfully uploaded the resulting .M4A from there.

Obviously that site cannot match the batch processing power of JD so I'd like to use JD, appreciate any help with this!!

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Old 07.08.2015, 23:57
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I posted here: https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=65395 Just putting my post here as well in case that's more suitable.

Basically I have tried and tried and tried uploading .m4as from YT videos with JD (any quality from YT plugin settings, even aac/ogg doesn't work either) to Google Play Music Manager, and the files are always getting an "unsupported format" error. Files downloaded with JD are the only files that give this error, everything else works uploading to Music Manager.

I try the same thing with clipconverter.cc, grabbing a YT video as an m4a from there and it uploads just fine. I am 99% sure the converting at the end of downloading a file with JD that ruins its metadata or something, preventing it from being a "proper" .m4a file. This is only happening with JD, I am able to grab YT files with any of the online downloading sites and they upload properly.

Thanks for any help!

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Old 08.08.2015, 16:36
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Hello everyone :-)

Following of this thread: https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=54187

I would like to have these information: the direct URLs for each file.
eg when you scan the URL of a YTube playlist in the information we get only the URL of the playlist but not those for the files found ...

If you click on de "properties" for one downloaded file, and if you double-click on the "url" in the window that opens, you are the choice for save the contener url or this direct url... But for more than one file or pack how do we do ?

Could you help me, please?

Thank you in advance :-)
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Old 08.08.2015, 16:43
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Hi
Please post example urls.
In most cases by default you will get the correct urls.
Merged YT threads.
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Old 08.08.2015, 17:01
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Hello

I picked at random a playlist: **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
If you "copy the informations" of the entire pack you have only the url of Playlist repeated for each file...

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Old 10.08.2015, 14:39
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@Sobani Exile:
Please provide new logfile from a single download where resume does not work.
The slow down is normal. Youtube throttles download after x secs to speed of bitrate of video. At the begin it is fast to messure the line speed (for auto quality) and then throttles speed.
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Old 10.08.2015, 16:45
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I am trying to download a part of my Like playlist, but the order it's appearing in Jdownloader seems rather random, while I want to grab the 70-ish newest liked videos. I've found a thread discussing this for JDownloader 1, but I can't find the feature in JDownloader 2. Is it gone?

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Old 10.08.2015, 16:55
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@Mistery

that's desired behaviour you need to change the URL display order to change the info else where.

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settings > plugins > youtube.com
look at customised filename *videonumber* or *videonumber[000] . The 000 is just formatting so if you have 999 videos the first videos are formatted 001 002 so that they all sort nice in JD and in your filemanager. Also when import URL isn't from LISTS (play list/course list/channel list) it wont be used

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Old 10.08.2015, 17:06
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Ah, thank you! I see it now.
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Old 10.08.2015, 21:36
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I posted here: **External links are only visible to Support Staff**... Just putting my post here as well in case that's more suitable.

Basically I have tried and tried and tried uploading .m4as from YT videos with JD (any quality from YT plugin settings, even aac/ogg doesn't work either) to Google Play Music Manager, and the files are always getting an "unsupported format" error. Files downloaded with JD are the only files that give this error, everything else works uploading to Music Manager.

I try the same thing with clipconverter.cc, grabbing a YT video as an m4a from there and it uploads just fine. I am 99% sure the converting at the end of downloading a file with JD that ruins its metadata or something, preventing it from being a "proper" .m4a file. This is only happening with JD, I am able to grab YT files with any of the online downloading sites and they upload properly.

Thanks for any help!
Anyone? :(
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Old 10.08.2015, 22:25
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that's desired behaviour you need to change the URL display order to change the info else where.

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Ok Thanks, but where ?
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Old 11.08.2015, 04:22
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settings > user interface > url display order ?
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