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Python library for interacting with the E2E encrypted Hulu API

Project description

pyhulu

Build Status License: GPL v3

Python library for interacting with the E2E encrypted Hulu API

Usage

First, initialize the HuluClient class with a device code, device key, and cookies:

client = pyhulu.HuluClient(device_code, device_key, cookies)

device_code is a three-digit string or integer (doesn't matter) denoting the device you will make requests as.

device_key is a 16-byte AES key that corresponds to the device code you're using. This is used to decrypt the device config response.

cookies can either be a cookie jar object or a dict of cookie key / value pairs. This is passed to the requests library, so whatever it takes will work. Examples here: http://docs.python-requests.org/en/master/user/quickstart/#cookies.

With the initialized client object, you can use the load_playlist() method:

client.load_playlist(video_id)

video_id is either a string or integer denoting the video ID to request a playlist for. This is NOT the ID in the /watch/ URL! If you view the page source of a /watch/ page, you'll find \"content_id\" which has the actual video ID used by the API.

This method returns a dict of the playlist response, which contains stream and license URLs.

Device Codes and Keys

PC

  • Device code: 159
  • Device key (hex): 6ebfc84f3c304217b20fd9a66cb5957f

Example Code

import pyhulu
from http.cookiejar import MozillaCookieJar

cj = MozillaCookieJar('cookies.txt')
cj.load()

client = pyhulu.HuluClient('159', bytes.fromhex('6ebfc84f3c304217b20fd9a66cb5957f'), cj)
print(client.load_playlist(61085964))

Installation

To install, either clone the repository and run python setup.py install or run pip install pyhulu.

To-Do

  • [x] Add unit tests
  • [x] Add to PyPI
  • [x] Add documentation

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