until the service goes down, as they have many times before
Just copy and paste the video link. It's idiot proof.
I.e. you'll get bestvideo+bestaudio downloaded separately by default and muxed into a single file, or alternatively you'll get the best single muxed file. Which is what you're telling youtube-dl to do with this
alias you-dl="youtube-dl -f 'bestvideo[ext=mp4]+bestaudio[ext=m4a]/mp4'"
Really not so much a software request as it is on settings in an app.
I'm trying to encode some anime episodes on HandBrake as small as possible (to where they can fit on a phone) without losing too much quality. I had been using H.265 encoding via NVEnc but so far, the best I've gotten is reducing an 800MB episode down to around 270MB, and I kind of want to do more. I've seen CPU encoding can tend to process it down further, but I don't know what settings I should do to where it won't take a long time on CPU. What settings would work the best on a 2nd-gen Ryzen 5?
* hundreds of tube sitesYeah, but Jdownloader works with hundreds of sites, including Mega.
I never thought any person here was a normie. You have shattered my perceptions.This is geared for normies.
(Debian server, Ubuntu desktop.)
Maybe someone has said this, but Brave now has ToR built in. Go to the options menu - the three horizontal bard, and select "New private window with ToR", but be aware that Tor is broken and not much good at anonymising (as the many court cases show).