How To Download m3u8 videos from Twitter
By Chongchen Saelee
If you’re browsing websites like Twitter or Facebook, you may notice videos may not be accessible for download. Back in the day, it was quite easy because the actual video file is embedded right into the page. These days, with privacy concerns (and copyright issues), Internet videos are becoming harder to “save for offline viewing”. But with a little know-how, you could successfully save these videos for offline viewing. After all, the data has to be sent to your computer anyway.
So particularly for m3u8 file format, which is just a plain text file that includes a playlist of urls to source videos (and sometimes other playlists), what you’re looking for are ts video source urls. Of course, you have to track down the url of the m3u8 file first. In Google Chrome, there is the very helplful “inspect” tool in the Developer Tools menu. Or, if it hasn’t been obfuscated, you can right-click on the part of the webpage wear the video will render and click on “Inspect” if that option is enabled. Then you want to track down that url for the m3u8 file. Download the m3u8 file and open it with a plain text editor like Notepad. (more…)
I just spent the last hour trolling Omegle, my god, it’s kinda exciting to see that the Internet is indeed live and well, however, it’s full of creepers.
Withing the first 10 seconds of signing in, I get an eye full frontal of a hairy-chested, fully nude but cropped off at the neck white dude jerking his dick off. SMDH.
And what follows is nothing but a bunch of shirtless white dudes reclining on beds or what they think they look like sexy Ambercrombie and Fitch cover models or something. Most of them are jerking their dicks out of frame. And some of these cats look like YouTube’s PewDiePie. (more…)
Another step forward for SDXM, my 2D game engine being built with Qt and c++. There is now functioning, gimmicky image distortion, and so far the effects are: water, spiral, and pixelate (more coming). You can observe the background in this video. Possible usage is for underwater levels where the effect can be applied to the frame buffer, transitions between stages, or other fancy 2D gimmicks. (more…)