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    Quote Originally Posted by Gioware View Post
    Hello Again, tried that but it looks like there has been too many changes, especially templates. Looks like I will be stuck with old version or need to replace everything.
    Hello,

    I compared version 1.4 and version 1.42 in our version control system, and the following files have changed since version 1.4:

    app/Views/pages/grab.php Modified (content only)
    app/Views/pages/result.php Modified (content only)
    app/Views/pages/developers.php Modified (content only)
    app/Templates/xeon/layouts/default/header.php Modified (content only)
    app/Templates/xeon/assets/css/main.css Modified (content only)
    app/Templates/xeon/assets/js/app.js Modified (content only)
    app/Templates/default/layouts/default/header.php Modified (content only)
    app/Templates/default/assets/css/main.css Modified (content only)
    app/Templates/default/assets/js/app.js Modified (content only)
    app/Controllers/PagesController.php Modified (content only)
    app/Languages/en.php Modified (content only)
    app/Languages/de.php Modified (content only)
    lib/Remote.php Modified (content only)
    lib/VideoConverter.php Modified (content only)
    lib/Cache.php Modified (content only)
    lib/FFmpeg.php Modified (content only)
    lib/Config.php Modified (content only)
    lib/YouTubeData.php Modified (content only)
    lib/extractors/Extractor.php Modified (content only)
    docs/index.html Modified (content only)
    docs/img/button-api-mergedstreams.png Added (content only)
    inc/version.php Modified (content only)
    inc/schedule.php Modified (content only)
    As you can see, the majority of changes actually do not affect the default templates (in the "app/Templates" directory).

    Moreover, further comparison of code in each of the modified, template-related files reveals a relatively small number of code changes in those files.

    So, I'm not sure which files you have edited in your installation, but there may be less work here than you think -- IF the bulk of your customizations are to template-related files.

    Good luck!
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    From Jan 2019 Youtube API Key limit is 10 000. Was 1M

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberlife View Post
    From Jan 2019 Youtube API Key limit is 10 000. Was 1M
    Hi there,

    Thank you for sharing this. We are aware of this change.

    Notably, the change only affects our YouTube Media Converter software -- and only if the software is not being used solely for the included JSON/Iframe APIs. (Our other products do not require the YouTube API.)

    Moreover, YouTube says in its docs:

    "Default quota, which is subject to change, helps us optimize quota allocations and scale our infrastructure in a way that is more meaningful to our API users."
    So, with any luck, the quota will increase again in the near future.

    In the meantime, we have already implemented several measures to mitigate API request limits, e.g.:


    • Added support for multiple YouTube API keys, to extend API usage quota limits
    • YouTube API requests are retried upon failure, using a new API key when multiple API keys are present
    • Enabled automatic caching of YouTube API requests
    • Consolidated and reduced the number of unique YouTube API requests required


    FYI - The bulk of API "units" are consumed by search requests. So, in the future, our efforts will concentrate on further mitigating the "cost" of these requests.

    At this time, we have several ideas either in development or planned for development, to do exactly this, e.g.:


    • Eliminate search API requests for search terms that do not return any results -- by first checking to see if a given search term returns any values from Google's unofficial "auto-complete" API: suggestqueries.google.com . So, if the auto-complete API returns no results, then we don't need to send a subsequent YouTube API search request to ultimately tell the end user that his/her search yielded no results.
    • If the end user searches for a video URL or ID, eliminate the corresponding search API request, and show a list of results composed of a single result. (Thus, only a single video API request is required for one video.)
    • Implement optional "invisible" Google reCAPTCHA on search form, search page URLs ( e.g., https://demo.mp3youtu.be/21-Savage-a...e(DmWWqogr_r8) ), or both -- to mitigate potential abuse from user- and bot-initiated searches.
    • Create an additional, optional template that removes keyword search functionality from the software interface. This new template could still have 1) "Top Music" charts for different countries and/or 2) the ability to generate download links based on user-supplied video URL or ID.


    So, stay tuned for future developments! We are continually striving to improve our products (as we have for years), and we'd love to hear more feedback from you regarding new features/improvements that you need.

    Finally, some parting words that I have said before but are worth repeating: New versions/updates of all of our products are forever Free! So existing customers can always download subsequent, new versions of their respective products for Free, as and when they are released.

    Thank you!
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    Something needs to be done to mitigate D M C A takedowns. Google simply bans URL s that anyone will report, they don't even look if there is any proof. This results in sudden decrease of the traffic.

    Maybe expire-able URLs will help? I mean to add random numbers to the URL which will expire in 24 hours? Or maybe there is better way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gioware View Post
    Something needs to be done to mitigate D M C A takedowns. Google simply bans URL s that anyone will report, they don't even look if there is any proof. This results in sudden decrease of the traffic.

    Maybe expire-able URLs will help? I mean to add random numbers to the URL which will expire in 24 hours? Or maybe there is better way?
    Hi there,

    If we're talking about the YouTube Media Converter software, then we already have dynamically generated sitemaps, with URLs that change frequently. So, if these sitemaps are visited regularly by search bots, then there is always a steady stream of new URLs for Google to index. And it stands to reason that, while Google can ban URLs at any time, those banned URLs can be replaced with new URLs relatively quickly (via these sitemaps).

    (In fact, even without the sitemaps, as long as search bots regularly crawl your site and follow "search" links like this one, Google should continually be finding more and more links to index.)

    Of course, there is no controlling Google, their criteria for banning URLs, or the volume of URLs that are banned at any given time. So a sudden increase in banned URLs could result in a temporary decrease in exposure in the SERPs.

    But would "forcing" URLs to expire after X duration of time help any? What's the difference between URLs that are banned by Google vs. URLs that are effectively "banned" by the site owner after, e.g., 24 hours? In either case, the URLs are rendered inoperable, and exposure in the SERPs can only be replenished by having Google index new URLs.

    What do you think? I don't know that there is a definitive right or wrong answer here.

    Thank you for your feedback!
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    Hi! Is it possible to use IPv6 for IP rotation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regset View Post
    Hi! Is it possible to use IPv6 for IP rotation?
    Hi there,

    The truth is that I don't really know for sure.

    So, if you want to test this, then you'll generally need to do the following:

    1) Confirm that your server has IPv6 enabled. Ensure any IPv6 support packages are installed and the IPv6 module is loaded.
    2) Configure an IPv6 address as an outgoing network interface.
    3) Restart the networking service after configuring the new interface.
    4) Use the following PHP code to test a cURL request to a YouTube video page using your IPv6 address:

    PHP Code:
    <?php

    // create a new cURL resource
    $ch curl_init();

    // set URL and other appropriate options
    curl_setopt($chCURLOPT_URL"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CevxZvSJLk8");
    curl_setopt($chCURLOPT_HEADER0);
    curl_setopt($chCURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION1);
    curl_setopt($chCURLOPT_REFERER'');
    curl_setopt($chCURLOPT_INTERFACE'YOUR_IPV6_ADDRESS_HERE');
    curl_setopt($chCURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYHOSTFALSE);
    curl_setopt($chCURLOPT_IPRESOLVECURL_IPRESOLVE_V6);   // Force IPv6
    curl_setopt($chCURLOPT_USERAGENT'Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/535.19 (KHTML, like Gecko) Ubuntu/12.04 Chromium/18.0.1025.168 Chrome/18.0.1025.168 Safari/535.19');
    curl_setopt($chCURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEERfalse);

    // grab URL and pass it to the browser
    curl_exec($ch);

    // print out any cURL errors as well as HTTP response information
    echo 'Curl error: (' curl_errno($ch) . ') ' curl_error($ch) . '<br>';
    print_r(curl_getinfo($ch));

    // close cURL resource, and free up system resources
    curl_close($ch);

    ?>
    If it works, then you should see the contents of the corresponding YouTube page, and an array of HTTP response info at the bottom of the page. (And the HTTP response code in the array should be 200.)

    In any case, please let me know what your results are! I'm curious about this myself, so I may ask Andre, who runs our Server Management service, to test this as well.

    Thanks for the question.
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    It works and it is very good, because ipv6 are much cheaper! Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chump2877 View Post
    Hi there,

    If we're talking about the YouTube Media Converter software, then we already have dynamically generated sitemaps, with URLs that change frequently. So, if these sitemaps are visited regularly by search bots, then there is always a steady stream of new URLs for Google to index. And it stands to reason that, while Google can ban URLs at any time, those banned URLs can be replaced with new URLs relatively quickly (via these sitemaps).

    (In fact, even without the sitemaps, as long as search bots regularly crawl your site and follow "search" links like this one, Google should continually be finding more and more links to index.)

    Of course, there is no controlling Google, their criteria for banning URLs, or the volume of URLs that are banned at any given time. So a sudden increase in banned URLs could result in a temporary decrease in exposure in the SERPs.

    But would "forcing" URLs to expire after X duration of time help any? What's the difference between URLs that are banned by Google vs. URLs that are effectively "banned" by the site owner after, e.g., 24 hours? In either case, the URLs are rendered inoperable, and exposure in the SERPs can only be replenished by having Google index new URLs.

    What do you think? I don't know that there is a definitive right or wrong answer here.

    Thank you for your feedback!

    Well... What I was thinking is that let's say there is URL: xxxx/song-artist which will expire after 24h and new NEW URL: yyyy/song-artist will replace it.

    Now new url will be indexed (thus, not banned and if searched for that song/artist it still comes in SERP)
    and old, expired url will redirect to new one (so if it is back-linked somewhere it still goes to correct song)

    would that work?

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    chump2877 Help me, i buy and setup error
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    i test dailymotion error
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    Hello,

    I'm back after long time now i see the update version of the script please tell me how to update the script. (youtube to mp3 conversion script)

    thank you

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    any answer for my Support Ticket Opened [#865557]

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    please reply to my ticket and solve my issue
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