is there any way to play my favorite videos from Youtube in MPC-HC ?
I need this because my MPC-HC can switch appropriate for my LCD tv.
So is there any way to do that? Thanks.
edit: I know there is a way to play the videos but one by one by COPY/PASTE the links. I need something that can play my whole playlist without my interaction. Thanks once again.
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The simple answer is no, I believe, unless you can find a program like SVPtube which can store a playlist of its own.
The easiest way is to download the videos with Freemake Video Downloader and store them in a folder.
In MPC-HC go to Play>After Playback>Play next in the folder
Play the first video and it will autoplay the rest..
To specify the order just renumber them with '01 filename', '02 filename', etc.
Thanks, friend, is there any way to multi download the videos, because they are more then 230 ?Intel Core i5-2500k 4.6Ghz + Cooler Master Hyper 212+ Dual Fan | Gigabyte Z68MA-D2H-B3| Galaxy GTX 470 GC 775/1550/1738 | Corsair XMS 2x2GB DDR3 1600
I don't know of one. The Freemake program will download one while you're cuing the next.
Just keep copying and pasting the links. I have never had to, nor wanted to, download that many in one go.
Perhaps someone else here knows of a Youtube playlist link stripper.
Yeah, this will help. Is there any way to download playlist from YouTube?Thanks!Intel Core i5-2500k 4.6Ghz + Cooler Master Hyper 212+ Dual Fan | Gigabyte Z68MA-D2H-B3| Galaxy GTX 470 GC 775/1550/1738 | Corsair XMS 2x2GB DDR3 1600
i was working on a youtube video player and database/playlist app. but they keep changing the rules and how you are able to retrieve all this stuff. it got more and more complicated and timeconsuming to keep track of it all, so much to the point that i gave up on it. i got a life and tons of other projects and things to keep me going nuts for a long time, just not in the youtube //slash// google way.