youtube-dl 2007.06.22 (Default branch)

youtube-dl 2007.06.22 (Default branch) – youtube-dl is a small command-line program for downloading videos from YouTube.com. License: MIT/X Consortium License Changes: This release adds support for the new international YouTube sites in the video URL. [FreshMeat]
youtube-dl 2007.06.22 (Default branch)youtube-dl is a small command-line program for
downloading videos from YouTube.com.


License: MIT/X Consortium License


Changes:
This release adds support for the new
international YouTube sites in the video URL.

[FreshMeat]


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