1. That's wrong. youtube is on github:stepi wrote:I've got important news. youtube-dl is no longer on github. That's the very reason why the contents of /usr/bin/youtube-dl are overwritten with "Not Found" upon executing youtube-dl -U. There's no point in patching the old script, since there is no source of an updated script anymore. Can you distribute the updated script within the MBK download, or is this the end of it?
I ran omxplayer --win "0 0 100 100" and it does display a 100x100 video in the upper left corner.
No sound from omxplayer. By contrast, running aplay file.wav inside lxTerminal does play sound.
Edit: Sound also works when I visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yG0xitdXIs8 with the new Epiphany browser.
(I'm using the git version myself)
2. youtube-dl -U does work on my system (if I'm running the standard version). But I just reinstalled it from the repository and tried to run "sudo youtube-dl -U" and that killed it. So the current youtube-dl from the foundation raspbian repository is broken!
3. You'll find an optional way of using youtube-dl and speeding it up by about 40% in my posting:
http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewt ... 38&t=83763
4. Updating youtube-dl as often as possible is definitely required, as the web sites are always changing (and new web sites added).
try running omxplayer -o hdmi moviefile
If that works for you, you can add it on the settings page of kweb. (in up to 4 places: omxoptions, omxaudiooptions, omx_livetv_options. youtube_omxoptions).
Which Raspbian version are you running? Did you perhaps upgrade to Jessie? Some things are really strange on your system. Usually omxplayer discovers the default sound method without any problem.