Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Movgrab Status

Current status output of movgrab ('movgrab -test-sites'). This shows which downloader sites are broken, and which I can't figure out, or which seem to have shut down. Long-term broken sites will eventually get removed from the list.

Checking youtube okay
Checking metacafe BROKEN
Checking dailymotion okay
Checking break okay
Checking ehow okay
Checking vimeo BROKEN
Checking almostkilled okay
Checking 5min okay
Checking vbox7 BROKEN
Checking blip.tv okay
Checking ted okay
Checking myvideo okay
Checking clipshack okay
Checking mytopclip okay
Checking redbalcony okay
Checking mobango okay
Checking berkeley okay
Checking yale okay
Checking sdnhm okay
Checking uchannel BROKEN
Checking princeton okay
Checking uctv.tv okay
Checking reuters okay
Checking clipfish.de okay
Checking liveleak okay
Checking academicearth okay
Checking photobucket okay
Checking videoemo okay
Checking videosfacebook okay
Checking aljazeera okay
Checking mefeedia okay
Checking myvido1 okay
Checking iviewtube okay
Checking washingtonpost okay
Checking cbsnews okay
Checking france24 okay
Checking euronews okay
Checking metatube okay
Checking motionfeeds okay
Checking izlese BROKEN

2 comments:

  1. Is it possible that movgrab could save a stream from the RTE Player (Ireland)? E.g. http://www.rte.ie/player/#!v=1119112 ("Living with Autism") bash gives an error "bash: !v=1119112: event not found". When the pling is escaped as "\!" or "%21" movgrab gives an error "FAILED TO GET DOCUMENT REFERENCE! Maybe you need to change the format preferences, or else the url you supplied is wrong". Many thanks, Stuart.

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