This is the Windows app named Tartube whose latest release can be downloaded as tartube-2.3.332-64bit-portable.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Tartube is a GUI front-end for youtube-dlc, youtube-dl and other compatible video downloaders.
It is partly based on youtube-dl-gui and is written in Python 3 / Gtk 3. Tartube runs on MS Windows, Linux, BSD and MacOS.
- You can fetch a list of videos from your favourite channels and playlists on YouTube, BitChute, and hundreds of other websites
- If buffering is an issue, you can download a temporary copy of a video before automatically opening it in your favourite media player
- Tartube will organise your videos into convenient folders (if that's what you want)
- Tartube can alert you when livestreams and debut videos are starting (YouTube only)
- If creators upload their videos to more than one website (YouTube and BitChute, for example), Tartube can interact with both sites without creating duplicates
- Certain websites operate an "only one opinion allowed" policy. If you think that the censors will remove a video, against the wishes of its creators and before you've had a chance to watch it, Tartube can make an archive copy
- Certain websites frequently place restrictions on a video, not because it is unsuitable for some audiences, but for purely political reasons. Tartube can, in some circumstances, see videos that are region-blocked and/or age-restricted
- Certain websites manipulate search results, repeatedly unsubscribe people from their favourite channels and/or deliberately conceal videos that they don't like. Tartube won't do any of those things
- If you want to listen to your favourite discussion videos, for example while driving a car, Tartube can make an archive copy of just the audio, rather than the full video
- Tartube is free and open-source software
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