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So, with Terminology (probably the very best thing that ever happened to a terminal emulator, by the way) at the time of this writing the following works: ytplay() ( init() if [ "${#1}" -gt 0 ] && i=$? du= f= then durl \! \" \# \$ \% \& \' \( \) \* \ \+ \, \/ \: \; \= \? \@ \[ \] : ...


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There is tutorial for this on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCuq0_nY3Xk According to that video the following should work: mplayer -cookies -cookies-file /tmp/cook.txt $(youtube-dl -g --cookies /tmp/cook.txt "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCuq0_nY3Xk") You can create a simple function for this purpose: playtube () { mplayer -cookies ...


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You can download videos and/or just the audio and then watch/listen to them using youtube-dl. The script is written in Python and makes use of ffmpeg I believe. $ youtube-dl --help Usage: youtube-dl [options] url [url...] Options: General Options: -h, --help print this help text and exit --version ...



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