I would like to know if there is any way to choose the quality of the video to be downloaded with the ffmpeg command.
I'm trying to download an .mpd file, but there are three 360p 480p and 720p qualities and the ffmpeg command by default download the lower quality.
Which command should I use to be able to download the highest quality file?
I'm using this command:
ffmpeg -i "URL/File.mpd" -c copy -absf aac_adtstoasc t.mp4
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I followed your suggestion, but ffmpeg continues downloading the worst quality file.
Using the youtube-dl command I find three types of videos (240p f1-v1.mp4 - 480p f2-v1.mp4 and 720p f3-v1.mp4) and two audio files (f1-v1.m4a and f3-a1.m4a ).
Which command should I use to download the best video and audio file?
Hi all ,
Gives all available formats :
youtube-dl -F "URL/file.mpd"
You can read for the bestest :
_ blabla-f3-A1 => Audio 165k
_ blabla-f3-v1 => Video 1280 x 720
Try "Choosed + Melting" below :
youtube-dl -f blabla-f3-A1+blabla-f3-v1 "URL/file.mpd" -o Your_Video.mp4
Note : replace 'blabla' by what you see on the screen !!!
If not working means some streams are down or protected (?) .
Cheers .JE SUIS CHARLIE !!!
Hey Jagabo, can you help the poor
guy out? I can't even see what the url
is of the stream so I can try to play it
in the browser and use network tools.