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    Originally Posted by WazaKrash View Post
    Can you help me to download this with ffmpeg please? (command line)

    https://www.france.tv/france-5/la-maison-france-5/1085543-la-maison-france-5.html
    Code:
    ffmpeg -i "master.m3u8" -c copy test.ts
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  2. Use a browser's Developer Tools to get an m3u8 URL then use an ffmpeg command line like the one in post #23.
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    Ok, it worked. I downloaded the video
    Last edited by WazaKrash; 28th Oct 2019 at 08:55.
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    Hello everyone, I'm trying to find the m3u8 link of this video : https://www.france.tv/france-5/la-maison-france-5/1096695-la-maison-france-5.html

    But all I can found is a replayftv-vh.akamaihd link with a lot of "%3A%2F%2", it's inexploitable

    could you help me, pls?
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    Originally Posted by WazaKrash View Post
    Hello everyone, I'm trying to find the m3u8 link of this video : https://www.france.tv/france-5/la-maison-france-5/1096695-la-maison-france-5.html

    But all I can found is a replayftv-vh.akamaihd link with a lot of "%3A%2F%2", it's inexploitable

    could you help me, pls?
    You need to get fresh values and you can use Firefox or chrome with "Download video helper" plugin to get the m3u8 url

    It's here and try with ffmpeg

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    https://replayftv-vh.akamaihd.net/i/streaming-adaptatif/2019/S45/J5/216241825-5dc5dd5f5bcfd-,standard1,standard2,standard3,standard4,.mp4.csmil/index_3_av.m3u8?null=0
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    Thank you

    and what is "fresh values" ?
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  7. The URL may change periodically. So you may need to get a "fresh" URL. He told you one way of getting it:
    Firefox or chrome with "Download video helper"
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    Ok thanks
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  9. All available stream links for this program are on this page (including transcripts / subtitles) :
    http://sivideo.webservices.francetelevisions.fr/tools/getInfosOeuvre/v2/?idDiffusion=c...0-8311efa570bf
    (For another video, copy the link up until "idDiffusion=" and replace the code by the one in the original page's source code, search for "videoId", or use a network analyser like URL Snooper.)

    But all I can found is a replayftv-vh.akamaihd link with a lot of "%3A%2F%2", it's inexploitable
    With Notepad2 you can quickly decipher this :
    Edit => Special => URL decode
    Usually you only need a part of such a composed link, beginning with "http" and ending with "m3u8".

    Or you can use youtube-dl, or JDownloader, or Captvty :
    http://captvty.fr/
    Captvty fetches the links automatically for most french "catch-up TV" services, including France 5, but the inconvenient for FranceTV videos is that they are downloaded in TS format, so you have to convert them to MP4 afterward for a more fluid playback. With ffmpeg or youtube-dl (and also JDownloader last time I checked, as it relies on ffmpeg under-the-hood), you can directly download the stream as MP4.

    Firefox or chrome with "Download video helper"
    Download Helper can be used to easily fetch the links, but it has become a PITA to actually downlad them...
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    I already put C:\ffmpeg\bin in path but it's still not working.
    If a CLI program is not in the path you can still use it by typing or copying its complete, well, path :
    Code:
    "C:\ffmpeg\bin\ffmpeg.exe" -i whatever...
    Or you can browse to its location using the CD command :
    Code:
    CD "C:\ffmpeg\bin"
    Or, a little known trick which I discovered on this forum, you can browse to its location in Windows Explorer, up until its parent folder ("C:\ffmpeg\" in this case), then on the actual folder where the .exe file is located, do SHIFT + right-click, which will add an option in the context menu to "Open a command prompt here" (or since you seem to be french : "Ouvrir une fenÍtre de commandes ici"), which will open cmd.exe with the path already set to the location of the program in question, and from there you can type the name of the command without the path or the .exe extension.

    Question : why were the download links removed on page 1 ?
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  11. Just on a lark, I tried therain's url in post #35 and it still works.

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