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Re: Songs That Celebrate SexyTiem.
« Reply #106 on: April 28, 2011, 02:38:44 am »
SERVES YOU RIGHT FOR STARTING THIS THREAD.

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Re: Songs That Celebrate SexyTiem.
« Reply #107 on: April 28, 2011, 05:14:50 am »
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Re: Songs That Celebrate SexyTiem.
« Reply #109 on: April 28, 2011, 11:18:22 am »
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Re: Songs That Celebrate SexyTiem.
« Reply #110 on: April 28, 2011, 11:53:36 am »
http://www.weebls-stuff.com/songs/Sexy+Robots/

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Re: Songs That Celebrate SexyTiem.
« Reply #111 on: April 28, 2011, 04:05:42 pm »
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Re: Songs That Celebrate SexyTiem.
« Reply #112 on: April 29, 2011, 12:37:02 pm »
I've compiled all tracks ITT and converted to MP3 for your iPod listening pleasure:

http://ifile.it/fpo0ie3/sexytiem.zip

ENJOY

you must teach me how you did this.  I'm sure I could figure it out in an hour or so, but I'd be ever so thankful if you could save me that hour.

Sure, that's right--cost me about an hour to figure out as well :)

So I used Linux command-line magic for this, if you don't have a Linux, you still need an hour to either figure out how to do it on Windows, or to install Cygwin (kinda like Bash for Windows).

You need three tools, in order of decreasing importance:

youtube-dl -- commandline tool to download Youtube videos in their original .flv or .mp4 formats (which one you get depends on the video quality it was uploaded). It's a Python script, so if you install Python for Windows, it'll run fine (and Python is awesome, best language to start learning to code, IMO).

ffmpeg -- commandline tool that converts the Youtube video file to an .mp3 file. Actually it's a swiss army knife for converting pretty much any audio/video container format to another, useful for very many things. Available for both Linux and Windows.

ack-grep -- another commandline tool. This one's for munging the text in this thread and extracting the youtube video URLs. It does the same things as traditional GNU grep, except ack-grep actually does exactly what you'd expect it to do most of the time, as opposed to grep, which often doesn't, see website for details. It's only available for Linux and Mac.

=== HOW YOU DO IT

1) first you hit the PRINT button at the top of this thread. print out the thread, tape it to a wooden table, take a photograph, scan it and apply OCR to retrieve the text. Alternatively, select all and copy/paste to a text file.

2) now I use ack-grep to extract all the youtube URLs from the text:

ack-grep --output="\$1" "v=([-a-zA-Z0-9]{11})" printthread.txt | sort | uniq > youtube-tracks.txt

As you can see (if you can decipher regexes), it actually just extracts the video ID bits (like 9uknDkAw-tU and such), cause youtube-dl works with both URLs and just the video ID part.

The | sort | uniq bit is so that I don't get the same video twice (because of people quoting it, etc)

You can also do this step with any decent text editor.

3a) at this point you can simply do

youtube-dl -a youtube-tracks.txt

and it'll download all the videos in that file and basically you're done.

3b) I went a slightly different route because a downloaded youtube video is about 60-200MB, while the mp3 file I want is only about 2MB*, the combined video files would have been roughly 5GB, so wanted it to download the video, convert it to mp3, delete the video, then move on to the next download. Which you can do like this:

for ytt in $(cat youtube-tracks.txt)                # loop over all tracks in the textfile
do
    youtube-dl -o "$ytt.%(title).72s.%(ext)s" $ytt  # download one video (and format the filename in a nice way)
    fff=$(ls $ytt*)                                 # grab the filename of the video file
    ffmpeg -i "$fff" "${fff%.*}.mp3"                # convert video file to mp3
    rm "$fff"                                       # remove the video file
done


If this looks like black magic to you, that's because it is 8) I can explain it more, if you like, but not in this thread.


* Youtube tracks only have a 64kbps bitrate, not much. This method is not really suited for buffing your mp3 collection if you care about sound quality :) But it's great for quickly/easily getting a cool "mixtape" out of a PD.com thread.
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Re: Songs That Celebrate SexyTiem.
« Reply #113 on: April 29, 2011, 01:04:48 pm »
I've compiled all tracks ITT and converted to MP3 for your iPod listening pleasure:

http://ifile.it/fpo0ie3/sexytiem.zip

ENJOY

you must teach me how you did this.  I'm sure I could figure it out in an hour or so, but I'd be ever so thankful if you could save me that hour.

Sure, that's right--cost me about an hour to figure out as well :)

So I used Linux command-line magic for this, if you don't have a Linux, you still need an hour to either figure out how to do it on Windows, or to install Cygwin (kinda like Bash for Windows).

You need three tools, in order of decreasing importance:

youtube-dl -- commandline tool to download Youtube videos in their original .flv or .mp4 formats (which one you get depends on the video quality it was uploaded). It's a Python script, so if you install Python for Windows, it'll run fine (and Python is awesome, best language to start learning to code, IMO).

ffmpeg -- commandline tool that converts the Youtube video file to an .mp3 file. Actually it's a swiss army knife for converting pretty much any audio/video container format to another, useful for very many things. Available for both Linux and Windows.

ack-grep -- another commandline tool. This one's for munging the text in this thread and extracting the youtube video URLs. It does the same things as traditional GNU grep, except ack-grep actually does exactly what you'd expect it to do most of the time, as opposed to grep, which often doesn't, see website for details. It's only available for Linux and Mac.

=== HOW YOU DO IT

1) first you hit the PRINT button at the top of this thread. print out the thread, tape it to a wooden table, take a photograph, scan it and apply OCR to retrieve the text. Alternatively, select all and copy/paste to a text file.

2) now I use ack-grep to extract all the youtube URLs from the text:

ack-grep --output="\$1" "v=([-a-zA-Z0-9]{11})" printthread.txt | sort | uniq > youtube-tracks.txt

As you can see (if you can decipher regexes), it actually just extracts the video ID bits (like 9uknDkAw-tU and such), cause youtube-dl works with both URLs and just the video ID part.

The | sort | uniq bit is so that I don't get the same video twice (because of people quoting it, etc)

You can also do this step with any decent text editor.

3a) at this point you can simply do

youtube-dl -a youtube-tracks.txt

and it'll download all the videos in that file and basically you're done.

3b) I went a slightly different route because a downloaded youtube video is about 60-200MB, while the mp3 file I want is only about 2MB*, the combined video files would have been roughly 5GB, so wanted it to download the video, convert it to mp3, delete the video, then move on to the next download. Which you can do like this:

for ytt in $(cat youtube-tracks.txt)                # loop over all tracks in the textfile
do
    youtube-dl -o "$ytt.%(title).72s.%(ext)s" $ytt  # download one video (and format the filename in a nice way)
    fff=$(ls $ytt*)                                 # grab the filename of the video file
    ffmpeg -i "$fff" "${fff%.*}.mp3"                # convert video file to mp3
    rm "$fff"                                       # remove the video file
done


If this looks like black magic to you, that's because it is 8) I can explain it more, if you like, but not in this thread.


* Youtube tracks only have a 64kbps bitrate, not much. This method is not really suited for buffing your mp3 collection if you care about sound quality :) But it's great for quickly/easily getting a cool "mixtape" out of a PD.com thread.

Not black magic at all, thanks for taking the time to write it all out.  It's probably been a year and a half since I fired up the linux box I have in the closet, I just don't have room for it at the moment.   Might dig it out in a couple of weeks and put this to the test. 

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Re: Songs That Celebrate SexyTiem.
« Reply #114 on: April 29, 2011, 06:32:41 pm »
(psssssshh ... you still get to call it black magic, even if you know how it's done ;-) )
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« Reply #115 on: April 30, 2011, 10:45:09 pm »
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Re: Songs That Celebrate SexyTiem.
« Reply #117 on: June 21, 2011, 04:58:49 pm »
More Redneck stylee. Cover version, I know, but it certainly brings a little something more to the Aerosmith original. And the subsequent Run DMC collaboration. I love these guys.

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muyqMrsuLXw

For a start, you can actually follow the lyric easily here. (Steve Tyler always was a sleazy old bastard, innit?  :lulz: )

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