For instance, now every time that FrostWire for Desktop receives a Video URL, it no longer needs to create a new Telluride Process, it reuses the same process and it can ask the telluride process to fetch the relevant video/audio metadata with a simple HTTP RPC request.
This makes the experience for FrostWire for Desktop users much faster , and eventually once enough desktops are running builds post 15, they will serve as a distributed network to answer video URL searches from Android clients which cannot run Telluride as it stands today.
build 15 – apr/06/2021
NEW: –server mode, run telluride as an RPC web server
Re-built jlibtorrent to solve compatibility issues with Linux distributions that don’t have the latest libc6 (Like Linux Mint, If you are a Linux Mint user you can now install the new .deb file)
Now when you paste a video URL, the search results found will show the video screen dimentions towards the left hand side of the title, this way you don’t have to resize the search result table columns to figure out which of the different formats available you need to download.
We’ve included Telluride build 10 with the freshest youtube_dl updates from this week.
Download the binaries and let us know if you have any issues
A portable and easy to use youtube_dl wrapper by FrostWire.
usage: telluride[.exe|_macos|_linux] [-h] [--audio-only] [--meta-only] page_url
page_url The URL of the page that hosts the video you need to
-h, --help show this help message and exit
--audio-only, -a Downloads the video and keeps only a separate audio file
usually a .mp3. (requires ffmpeg installed in the system)
--meta-only, -m Prints a JSON dictionary with all the metadata available
on the video file found in the page_url. Does not download
the video file