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you-getvsembed

MIT 378 13 49,164
19.6 thousand (month) Sep 01 2012 0.4.1650(1 year, 3 months ago)
2,063 6 64 MIT
v4.4.10(3 months ago) Oct 26 2013 4.0 thousand (month)

you-get is a command-line utility and a library for downloading multimedia content from various websites, such as YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, and many others. It supports a wide range of video and audio formats, and can be used to download both live streams and on-demand videos. The library is written in Python and can be easily integrated into other Python projects.

Just like Youtube-dl, you-get contains open-source scrapers for hundreds of websites and is a great tool to learn about web scraping and popular web scraping techniques.

PHP library to get information from any web page (using oembed, opengraph, twitter-cards, scrapping the html, etc). It's compatible with any web service (youtube, vimeo, flickr, instagram, etc) and has adapters to some sites like (archive.org, github, facebook, etc).

Example Use


CLI:
$ you-get 'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNQXAC9IVRw'
site:                YouTube
title:               Me at the zoo
stream:
    - itag:          43
      container:     webm
      quality:       medium
      size:          0.5 MiB (564215 bytes)
    # download-with: you-get --itag=43 [URL]

Downloading Me at the zoo.webm ...
 100% (  0.5/  0.5MB) ├██████████████████████████████████┤[1/1]    6 MB/s

Saving Me at the zoo.en.srt ... Done.
Library:
import you_get

# will save file to `output_video.mp4`
you_get.download("https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ", -o "output_video.mp4")
use Embed\Embed;

$embed = new Embed();

//Load any url:
$info = $embed->get('https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PP1xn5wHtxE');

//Get content info

$info->title; //The page title
$info->description; //The page description
$info->url; //The canonical url
$info->keywords; //The page keywords

$info->image; //The thumbnail or main image

$info->code->html; //The code to embed the image, video, etc
$info->code->width; //The exact width of the embed code (if exists)
$info->code->height; //The exact height of the embed code (if exists)
$info->code->ratio; //The aspect ratio (width/height)

$info->authorName; //The resource author
$info->authorUrl; //The author url

$info->cms; //The cms used
$info->language; //The language of the page
$info->languages; //The alternative languages

$info->providerName; //The provider name of the page (Youtube, Twitter, Instagram, etc)
$info->providerUrl; //The provider url
$info->icon; //The big icon of the site
$info->favicon; //The favicon of the site (an .ico file or a png with up to 32x32px)

$info->publishedTime; //The published time of the resource
$info->license; //The license url of the resource
$info->feeds; //The RSS/Atom feeds

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