[FFmpeg-user] Getting m3u8 URL from SVTPlay channels?
jeffares.robert at gmail.com
Sun Dec 26 01:04:33 EET 2021
just browsing through after answering the question posed: "is there a
the short answer is no.
not picking on you Moritz just hi-jacking
There is no stream; no stream url; the broadcaster runs the player to
order for each user; that creates a url which is not a url.
You could trigger the player and then use ffmpeg to record the ensuing
stream but you will miss the start.
Finding the file and downloading it is the obvious solution.
Anything that works is OK. On the command line RegEx works. Who needs
I like; make a list; grind off any burrs; pick the one(s) you want;
extract in some usable format; place somewhere convenient.
<div> <class> = clutter,chaff,confusion
I vote youtube-dl. It does what it says and it runs on Ubuntu. That said
the other program yt-dlp may be better.
Bo should be downloading by now.
Nice warm day
On 26/12/21 2:53 am, Moritz Barsnick wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 25, 2021 at 12:19:35 +0100, Reino Wijnsma wrote:
>> On 2021-12-25T10:13:14+0100, Bo Berglund <bo.berglund at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> But on the following pages it does not work at all:
> As I had mentioned in the thread previously, it's not given that the
> stream URL is embedded in the actual web page. It might be listed in a
> JSON file, which might even be referenced from the web page via
>> It's really bad practise to parse HTML with RegEx! It's as if you're using a sledgehammer when you should've been using a pair of tweezers for instance.
> For fishing a single URL from a well-known syntactical construct, it
> might be "good enough".
>> This div is where the magic happens. Take a good look at the
>> browser's network-traffic. You're probably going to need the value of
>> the "class"-attribute.
> And this is what tools like youtube-dl (or its successor yt-dlp) and
> svtplay-d do: They know well how to parse these pages, and can extract
> the URL for you (check their "-g" options). You don't need to reinvent
> the wheel. Unless you need to avoid python. ;)
> (Jeg har faktisk VPN, og jeg har gjort akkurat dette før, med SVT og
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