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  1. Hello newbie here!

    The URL I found was from a German boat party that has amazing music I wanted to listen to on my smartphone. I can not stream the music to my smartphone remotely away from my desktop computer. It seems to be an Uplynk video stream. Not sure if it is an RTMP stream as RTMPDump does not detect anything when the browser is playing this page and downloads no file.

    Here is the direct link to the video/audio only which I pulled form the web pages code:
    https://www.dancetelevision.net/uplynkplayer.cfm?videostring=dt-intro,djset-599,dt-outro&id=10445

    The full browser page can be found here:
    https://www.dancetelevision.net/videos/dj-sets/599/levt-sonnemondsterne

    I just want to listen to this DJ set on my phone on the bus and have no (data) connection to the net with my smartphone.

    What can I use to convert this link above to an mp3?

    I viewed the browsers cache and this "mp4" it downloads (via browser) is a bogus non-playable file it seems. Its only an mp4 in name but not in substance.

    Anyone work with Uplynk streams before?

    http://www.streamingmedia.com/Articles/News/Online-Video-News/UpLynk-Emerges-from-Stea...mer-87154.aspx
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  2. I used youtube-dl (command line), but you also can use Tubedigger. You can first download the video and then use ffmpeg to extract and convert the audio to mp3, or you can use youtube-dl to download the video and convert to audio in one step. I tried it several ways with no problem.
    If you first download the video, you can then use ffmpeg to extract and convert audio:
    Code:
    ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -f mp3 -ab 192000 -vn music.mp3
    Explanation I found on web:
    The -i option in the above command is simple: it is the path to the input file. The second option -f mp3 tells ffmpeg that the output is in mp3 format. The third option i.e -ab 192000 tells ffmpeg that we want the output to be encoded at 192Kbps and -vn tells ffmpeg that we don't want video. The last parameter is the name of the output file.
    I also found this and it seems to work:
    Code:
    ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -vn -acodec mp3 audio.mp3
    I used this code to download and convert in one step:
    Code:
    youtube-dl -x -f 741 --audio-format mp3 "https://content.uplynk.com/ext/6d9cec504b764c79903b2fd1f796c39c/djset-599,dt-outro/multiple.m3u8"
    The
    741
    is the video resolution which corresponds to standard resolution. You probably could choose a lower resolution (to save data usage), since you don't want the video anyway.
    Link to downloaded audio:
    https://files.videohelp.com/u/61125/music.mp3
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