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Old 20.05.2019, 12:17
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Default TED.com links are broken

TED.com links aren't being parsed anymore, what's even weirder is that if you try to parse them via the J2downloader android APP they will get parsed but only the low-quality version will get picked up by the linkgrabber. There are three versions: low medium and high. THeir high quality is 480p AFAIK. There's the official list of all talks ever published and it's pretty well organized, it could help the algorithm

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www.ted.com/talks/quick-list
Please fix?
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Old 20.05.2019, 20:29
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Site now uses HLS for streaming and plugin doesn't yet support that

all those talks are publicly available?
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Old 20.05.2019, 21:01
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Site now uses HLS for streaming and plugin doesn't yet support that

all those talks are publicly available?

Yes, for the time being and rather indefinitely TBH, all talks are publicly available via that specific link. Perhaps while HLS compatibility isn't ready, to download the video that was parsed the ted.com plugin could use the list containing traditional high quality links which are static and don't depend on login by comparing & matching the title and date of the video parsed with the one on the list.

What do you think?
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