Same without Tor
@resist1984 Everyone, i'm guessing.
@resist1984 I've seen "Download disabled" for a few weeks now on invidio.us - with and without Tor. Maybe it has been like that for longer even. I guess it was done to solve some stability problems. For me youtube-dl works fine for downloading via invidio.us.
@resist1984 You could dl the binary from the site, and e.g. put in it ~/bin/ and then run a crontab to have itself updated every day e.g. smth like @reboot $HOME/bin/youtube-dl -U
@d599f84e I didn't know invidio.us was decentralized. Where would I find an instance with a working download? w.r.t mpv, I assumed that was simply a player. Does that include a feature to save streams to files?
You can find public instances at https://github.com/omarroth/invidious/wiki/Invidious-Instances. Not all of them have the download button shown. Though, if in firefox, right click into the video field and you should be able to copy the link to the video file itself (which should be something like https://r6--5s--d-f7.googlevideo.com/.....- and a long URL). You could then download it with
`curl --output videofile.mp4 <url>`
I haven't used mpv yet for that purpose, so I don't know. But maybe @amolith can help you out with that.