Release Notes: This release makes the program work again for Python versions prior to 2.6.
Release Notes: This release adds initial support for downloading videos that are served using RTMP. This feature requires "rtmpdump".
Release Notes: This release takes the new video format 37 into account, fixes metacafe.com downloads, and fixes several bugs related to encoding and resumed downloads.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem that made the program crash under some Mac OS X locale settings. The -g option now prints the final real video URL, dropping the URL line from the normal program output.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with YouTube searches that made the program download the first page of search results only. In addition, the -b flag falls back to not specifying any format when it reaches the end of the format list. YouTube playlists can now be specified in "my_playlist" format too.
Release Notes: This release makes the program work again with metacafe.com videos and works around the YouTube captcha problem. It also features some other minor changes and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes the -b option not working under Windows, and fixes the problem that prevented the program from downloading every video in a YouTube playlist.
Release Notes: This release adds a -c or --continue option that allows resuming of interrupted downloads. Remaining bugs in handling the format options have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with the -d, -m, and -f options not working, and makes the program verify the URLs it prints when the user specifies an option that implies not downloading the video.
Release Notes: This release fixes two problems. Under Windows, the -b option now works properly instead of receiving an error about a file on disk being in use. Under any system, "Content Too Short" exceptions are now caught properly.