YouTube switched up the encryption on Vevo video signatures again...So Vevo videos are currently not converting with either the free or paid-for version of my software
I will investigate a fix for this latest issue, and post back here with any updates.
FYI - Because YouTube is making changes so frequently these days, specifically as it pertains to encrypted video signatures
, I am considering implementing a different kind of release cycle for my software (only
for instances when the sole fix required is to tweak the code that regulates decryption of video signatures):
1) Since the code that handles video signature decryption is identical for both the free and paid-for versions, the subsequent fix will be the same for ALL users of my software.
2) Previous buyers of the paid-for version of my software will no longer get the software emailed directly to them. Instead, I will email previous buyers with a link to the forum thread post that contains the modified code and instructions for how to apply it.
3) Consumers of the free version can also refer to the above forum post for details on what code changed and how to apply the fix. And instead of updating the free version with a new zip file as well as updating the Software Updates section at the beginning of this thread, I will simply edit the existing zip file associated with the most recent release of the free version.
4) I strongly advise you to subscribe to this forum thread and/or subscribe to my mailing list
(mostly for users of the free version of my script) to keep up with these updates.
So what we have here is an abbreviated release cycle that will make it easier/faster for me to release new versions of the software, and give me more time to focus on the actual coding required to create the fix.
Thanks for your understanding here. YouTube is making it difficult for me to keep up with them, so I need to search for ways to make this process more efficient. And so you can get your updates as quickly as possible.