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  1. I use YT-dlp successfully, and because also can receive keys again, I am quite happy.
    But there are TV-LIVEstreams that are also DRMed, and YT-dlp doesn't get these, only a few seconds. Does anyone have experience with these kind of DRM-Livestreams? Maybe with N_m3uDL or some other downloader?
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    need video link to try
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    yt-dlp work fine.
    uload to latest version. a big update is available today

    then:
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    yt-dlp --allow-unplayable-formats https://ak-009.live.p7s1video.net/3b8e1ea1/t_009/kabeleinsclassics-de-hd/cenc-default.mpd
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  4. Thank you, yes: But this is a never ending live stream of a tv channel. The above 281 MB are only a few minutes. The Default-MPD is updated every few seconds. Is there a tool for downloading such live streams?
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    Thanks for the update!
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    the size changes constantly, it is not fixed. increases over time. being a live.
    try and see.
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  7. Dear @lomero, please believe me... Of course, I did try...
    The size changes, that's true, but stops finally at about 300 MB. This is and was my only problem.
    Technically: The mpd is updated every few seconds. You can make a batch that calls yt-dlp 10 or 20 times, so that you get more than one chunk. The problem is that these chunks overlap because of the interferring updates. So the handling has to be made inside yt-dlp or another downloader.
    I repeat my question: Does anybody know if such a tool exists or has another idea to get chunks that do not overlap by providing a start and end time?
    You can do so with ffmpeg - maybe it might work to use ffmpeg as external downloader, but ffmpeg doesn't download DRM streams at all. Or is there some fork that can?
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  8. I too have just tried ytdlp to download a Widevine DRM protected livestream that has a mpd that changes/refreshes and it just grabs 30 megabytes of 8 fragments.
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