Sorry for late response.
You'd probably have to log the current user into his/her YouTube account prior to video conversion. Via the YouTube API, I would imagine.
Or perhaps create a new YouTube account for your web site only, and then use that account to access all converted videos (for all of your site visitors)? But if you did that, I'd think sustaining the active login over prolonged periods would be an issue. Because maybe the single YouTube account would time out or log out unexpectedly, and then you'd have to log back in programmatically, periodically. So you'd need to worry about maintaining the session indefinitely....Not sure if that's practical?
I've never actually explored this idea (or ideas), but I do keep a "wish list" of new functionality that I would like to integrate into the software at some future date. And when I have 5 minutes free (probably more
) to improve the script, then I will definitely do so -- and I'll keep that list handy during the process.
So is this something that you guys would like to see in the software? If so, perhaps I will add some feature like this to my "to-do" list...
And keep the feedback coming guys.
My aim is to keep improving this script, and your feedback helps me get you the functionality that you need. And since purchasers of the paid-for version of the software get free updates to the software as they are released, I'd say that's as good an incentive as any!