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A video downloader with Qt GUI and backends for multiple platforms, e.g. YouTube and Vimeo.
Note: This project is not maintained anymore so any provider-specific code might be outdated and not work anymore. I keep the project around as an example for doing HTTP downloads with Qt showing the progress and speed in a list view.
This is just a downloader. It does not convert or mux anything. You might use ffmpeg or mkvmerge to convert/remux downloaded videos.
It seems that not all YouTube videos work anymore. Since this is mainly a learning/test project for me I currently have no intention to fix it.
The downloader allows to download any quality, including the HD qualities. However 1080p streams (and above) are only provided as video-only or audio-only stream by YouTube which currently need to be downloaded separately and then muxed together.
The video downloader depends on c++utilities and qtutilities and is built in the same way as these libaries.
The following Qt modules are requried: core gui widgets network