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Guide for JW Player JWPlayer Download
In Firefox open Web Developer > Network and in the url filter type m3u8 then refresh the video page and press play, one or more m3u8 should show up. Copy the url of the first one by right-clicking and then plug it into ffmpeg via command-line
ffmpeg -protocol_whitelist file,http,https,tcp,tls,crypto -i "URL.m3u8" -c copy video.mp4
Where URL.m3u8 is the m3u8 url that you copied from dev tools, this will merge the .ts file streams
Is there a more elegant way to do it directly from command-line? (i.e not needing the browser)
Edit: This is a useful addon that semi-automates the process by placing the m3u8 link inside ffmpeg formatting, so no need for dev tools by the user
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Last edited by Tortle; 24th Nov 2018 at 13:14.
Thank you. Do you have a page with an example, where I can test this exactly?