I'm trying to download a video from peenemunde.com that requires you to be a member (which I am) and youtube-dl returns this error
youtube-dl is up to date. I was wondering if somebody could help me. Here's what I tried out in cli:ERROR: Unable to download webpage: HTTP Error 403: Forbidden (caused by HTTPError()); please report this issue on https://yt-dl.org/bug . Make sure you are using the latest version; type youtube-dl -U to update. Be sure to call youtube-dl with the --verbose flag and include its complete output.
and with my credentials :Code:youtube-dl https://peenemunde.quenelplus.com/vod_28493456/720p.m3u8
Code:youtube-dl --username xxxxxx --password xxxxx https://peenemunde.quenelplus.com/vod_28493456/720p.m3u8
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it seems impossible to provide a solution if we can't try...
then, or post your credentials here (user & pssw) to enter on this site or send a PM to whoever you want ...
I'm a bit annoyed because my login is my personal email address. Nevertheless I made a free registration yesterday and there is not even a check link to click.
Can you please do your own registration?
EDIT : As soon as you have signed in, page reload and you can directly play the video
Last edited by kaskaï; 13th Nov 2020 at 09:13.
Thanks a lot triple 7 , I managed to download thanks to you; I didn't know Streamlink.
Maybe someone will be able to transpose your command line to youtube-dl.
I tried but it doesn't work because --http-header is not an option
youtube-dl --http-header Referer=https://quenelplus.com/ https://peenemunde.quenelplus.com/vod_28493456/720p.m3u8
Thanks for the extra help, notaghost and jagabo
--referer REF >> specify a custom referer, use if the video access is restricted to one domain