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gcap - Youtube closed caption downloader
gcap [-i] [-t] [-r <regexp>] [--proxy=<addr> | --no-proxy]
[--help] <url> | <video_id>
gcap is a command line tool for downloading Youtube closed captions. The downloaded
closed captions are saved in SubRip (srt) file format. The srt files are saved as
"$videoid_$langid.srt" by default.
Print help and exit.
Print version and exit.
Open the interactive prompt which can be used to select the items. gcap selects all
items by default. See also "INTERACTIVE PROMPT".
Parse video title and use it in the output filename(s) instead of video ID. The
default is no.
Cleanup video title using the specified arg regular expression. The default is
Use arg for HTTP proxy, e.g. "http://foo:1234". Overrides the http_proxy environment
Disable use of HTTP proxy. Overrides both "--proxy" and http_proxy environment
Use the "--interactive" switch to open the prompt. Note that gcap uses (as of 0.1.0) the
Umph::Prompt module for this. Once the prompt opens, type "help" to get a list of commands
available to the prompt.
Both yield the same results.
gcap -ti 0QRO3gKj3qw
Same as above two but use video title in the filename and choose which of the closed
captions should be downloaded.
Exits 0 on success, otherwise 1.
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