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# 82406 28-Apr-2011 17:54
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Is there anything that will automatically go thru my watch it later list, or some other list of youtube videos and just download them all that is able to be scheduled to happen in the free offpeak time?

As slingshot cache it, it often will go quite well in the free offpeak times, but I dont really want to stay up to start them buffering then, and often even when I do the bar completes but the video is only partially there.




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  # 469371 15-May-2011 18:00
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Getright has schedule start times, don't know if it would handle You-tube though

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  # 469546 16-May-2011 11:09
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It wouldn't be that hard to acheive with a script, I suppose? You just need to parse the fmt_url_map variable from the source page.

 
 
 
 




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  # 469740 16-May-2011 16:27
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Yeah, I have used addons that add links on the page and put them into a downloader in the past, but the problem I have is that its a manual process, i was hoping someone had made one that did it automatic from my watch it later list or something. I see lots of things in google reader that are of interest but I dont have the time to wait the 20+ mins to buffer a 10 min clip at the time, so select watch it later but never get around to doing it.




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