Command-line program to download videos from various video on demand sites
If you have OS X and Homebrew you can install with:
brew install svtplay-dl
Debian and Ubuntu
svtplay-dl is available in Debian in Jessie and later and Ubuntu in 14.04 and later, which means you can install it using apt:
apt-get install svtplay-dl
… as root.
Other systems with python
pip install svtplay-dl
If packaging isn’t available for your operating system, or you want to use a non-released version, you’ll want to install from source. Use git to download the sources:
git clone git://github.com/spaam/svtplay-dl
svtplay-dl requires the following additional tools and libraries. They are usually available from your distribution’s package repositories. If you don’t have them, some features will not be working.
- RTMPDump 2.4 or higher to download RTMP streams.
- PyCrypto to download encrypted HLS streams
- ffmpeg or avconv for postprocessing and/or for DASH streams
To install it, run
# as root: python setup.py install # or the old method make # as root: make install
svtplay-dl [options] URL
If you encounter any bugs or problems, don’t hesitate to open an issue on github. Or why not join the #svtplay-dl IRC channel on Freenode?
This script works for:
This project is licensed under The MIT License (MIT).