Joe Barr shows us how to enhance your YouTube viewing pleasure!
FTA, "Publishing your own video on YouTube, or watching other people's videos, is all the rage these days. Why are we talking about YouTube, in a column about the CLI? Because this week we're writing about youtube-dl, a clever little CLI tool that's easy to install and and use to fetch YouTube videos.
Youtube-dl is a Python script, licensed under the "non-copyleft" free software MIT/X11 license. It is not platform-specific; it can run under Linux, Mac OS X, or Windows platforms so long as a recent -- 2.4 or later -- version of Python is installed."
Read more at Linux.com
Update: Check out this bash script - it does same thing w/o using python.
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