Originally Posted by annejefferson
Hello chump2877. I'm new to this forum and I'm quite happy to see brilliant people in a specific forum. If you don't mind will you share with me what kind of script does this site xenra[.]com use? It looks really clean and stable.
Since I'm with the cool coders in here, I hope you guys don't mind if I'm asking this question. I really want to know what script does this site busuk[.]org use? Sorry if I'm a bit off topic.
Really want to know this and I'm happy if I can get both script for free. Please help. Thanks in advance.
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Hi there. xenra.com appears to be pretty similar to the paid-for version of my script
(with some additional customization to, for example, accommodate the extra file types, editing ID3 tags, and some additional audio-level controls). All of these customizations are easily added to my script. And contrary to xenra.com, my script converts ringtones directly on site instead of forwarding user to another site. In any event, it looks like the site is also using FFmpeg conversion of videos to generate their files.
The second site, busuk.org, doesn't appear to be a conversion site? But they do appear to be using the YouTube API
to index, search, and display YouTube videos.
I already offer a free version of my script
here. It does just the basics of converting a YouTube video to mp3 format.
Example implementations of the YouTube API can be found here
I have experience using the YouTube API, but I don't have any of my own code snippets for you offhand here, at the moment...I might post an example implementation of the YouTube API later, if it would help...I have leveraged the YouTube API in the past to add a search feature to my existing app -- so a person enters a search term or valid YouTube URL, and a list of results comes up from YouTube. Then a person can convert any of the search results to mp3 format. See the mp3ify.com
site for an example of this functionality.