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These commands will ensure you download the highest quality mp4 video and m4a audio from the video as a single file or will merge them back into a single mp4 (using ffmpeg in my case). If ffmpeg or avconv is not available, youtube-dl should fall back to the single file -f best option instead of the default.




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notice that youtube-dl has labeled the last option 1280x720 as the 'best' quality and that's what it will download by default, but that the line starting with 137 is actually higher quality 1920x1080. Youtube has separated the video and audio streams for the lines labeled DASH so we also need to pick the highest quality audio which in this case is the line starting with 141. Then we run youtube-dl again this time specifying the audio and video:


and it will download the 1080p video and auto-merge it with the highest-quality audio. It should also auto-deleted the separate downloaded parts. This method is a little extra work, but will get you the best results.


Some video sites, such as youtube, offer not only different resolutions of video to download, but have options in youtube-dl called formats to download video and audio separately. For the case of youtube, it will only offer the highest quality video and highest quality audio separately. Here's an example output of using -F flag to show all formats available:


So there's a lot of different formats, but some are labelled "audio only" or "video only". If I selected to download one of those formats by using the specified format code such as with -f 137, I would really get either an audio file or a video file with no audio, which is usually not what you want. If I had ffmpeg installed and specified both video and audio formats with -f 137+140, then youtube-dl would download video and audio and afterwards combine them together into one video file.


If you don't have ffmpeg installed, youtube-dl will by default select the highest quality format that has both audio and video. This maxes out at 720p (and is usually specified by format code 22 so you would download with -f 22). If you do have ffmpeg installed, youtube-dl will be able download the real best quality video (1080p or better if available) and best quality audio, and after downloading mux (combine) them together into one video file so this is what I recommend.


I am a disk saver, so I download videos of the format 1280 x 720, because 4k videos takes more size of my hard disk.So I add youtube-dl in /.bashrc file like given below


Short for MPEG-4 (for the developer, Media Program Expert Group), an MP4 is a higher-quality video file format than WMV. Essentially, whereas WMV files are compressed video container files, you can think of MP4 files as container files that hold multiple types of media like audio, video, and/or images. When an MP4 file is opened, all of this media works together to play as a single video. For viewers, this means that MP4 videos tend to have better compression than WMV and some other file formats while maintaining good video quality.


Also, because MP4 was designed by the Media Program Expert Group and is not proprietary software, it is compatible with most digital media players. So, when considering WMV or MP4 for YouTube or other video-sharing platforms, MP4 is usually the better option. With that said, both file types can be uploaded and played on YouTube. Issues may arise with uploading WMV files to other platforms, though. In these cases, MP4 files will almost always work.


Both formats can store high-quality video, so the choice depends on the situation. WMV can be especially useful if the storage space is limited, while MP4 is better than WMV in terms of compatibility.


For Mac users, MOV may be just as simple to use as MP4, but the fact that MP4 has better compression and is standardized across all platforms means that it is a preferred choice for many industry uses. Both are lossy file formats, so there is usually compression involved in whichever file you opt for. MOV files may have less compression and therefore be better for keeping high-quality video during the editing process.


When considering whether MP4 or MOV is better, you should think about the specific use you have in mind. Both container files, MOV and MP4, use MPEG-4 compression. MOV generally has better quality due to the fact that they have not been compressed as heavily. Purely judging based on file quality, MOV is often better, but not always. MP4 is more widely used, and it is also usually more efficient when it comes to file size. This means that you can use MP4 files for streaming, uploading, and downloading. When speed is a consideration, smaller MP4 files might be a better option.


Previously, I was using bestvideo+bestaudio/best, but I find the following variant works much better for reducing mkv, (apparently) eliminating webm, but yet still guaranteeing the highest quality video (don't use the --merge-output-format option when using this):


As I said, you may still get some mkv, but they will be greatly reduced in number and only used when required to supply a (supposedly) better video. And so far with this configuration, I haven't seen any webm at all, because something like 248+140 works ends up as mkv.


The download indicates 'interrupted' in Internet Explorer and the same thing happens with its resume function. I have temporarily disabled my malware software, turned off my firewall, shut down all other non essential processes, updated Internet Explorer and Firefox.


Now, on to the positives. Cisdem features a YouTube downloader and fine optimization, packaged in a neat interface. A real joy to use, that one. The playback is smooth, your CPU stays cool, and honestly, what else do we need in our lives? I can name a few things, but this app does play MP4 on Mac just fine.


As mentioned above, WebM videos are used more for Internet streaming and are more popular on YouTube or some other Google sites. And the WebM technology compresses the files to work, so the overall size is smaller than MP4. Also, the WebM videos can be more accessible and you can download them quickly from the Internet.


From the above comparison of MP4 and WebM, you should have a basic understanding of the difference between them. Simply speaking, each video format has its advantages and disadvantages. Then, you ask: which is better or which one to use?


Which one to use depends on what you are doing with them. If you focus on video quality and want to download a video that can be used on any device, MP4 is a good choice. If you need to upload or share a video online, use WebM. If you still cannot figure out the suitable format between WebM and MP4, just always use MP4.


Find the MP4 from the Google Drive app on your device > select More (three ellipses) beside the file name > Open in > and choose from the available apps and locations for the file. Select Save to download it.


Make sure you have the Dropbox mobile app downloaded to your iPhone. Launch it and tap the MP4 file to download and select the three ellipses next to the file name. Choose Share > Export file and select a specific app or Save video to download it to your camera roll.


If not...then I think I might just go the route of writing this all myself in powershell. Like I could have youtube-dl download the audio, video, metadata and thumbnail to file, and then write a powershell script that does all I need to do. Maybe have youtube-dl call the powershell script after each iteration.


I believe your Stream video will download as a .webm file type only when the Stream video hasn't finished 'rendering' or processing on page. Once this process has been completed, the video will download as an .mp4 format.


@Anonymouse I don't know about your reply if it is rendering or processing, but I noticed that for every video that I make any edit (trim, add a thumbnail, or rename) Stream then switches over to making it able to download as an MP4. Similar to the comment by @Jerry Xu Is that what the deal is? Make any edit to get it to download as an MP4. That is a dumb microsoft glitch. Most everybody I know wants it in the more compatable MP4 format.


Per my test, all the videos are created as webm files so I am not sure about your question one. And for your question 2, have a try to trim a part of that video like 2 seconds within microsoft stream and then try to download it again. This time it downloads in mp4 format. Reference: -stream-forum/download-original-video-as-an-mp4/m-p/1417619


Checking this again after your comment @Kerr, Cecile , I find that from the Stream UI, for a video I recorded in Teams, I can click the three dots by the "copy to" button, and download and for me the video does now download as mp4


Microsoft PowerPoint offers features to record audio narration and export it as a video. PowerPoint records audio slide-by-slide rather than in one continuous file, allowing creators to easily re-record a slide if they make a mistake or need to change something later. Exporting as a video and uploading to Kaltura or Canvas for streaming is advantageous since it standardizes file types, doesn't require a download to view, is in a format that can be captioned, and allows viewers to navigate more efficiently.


NOTE: If you have an older version of PowerPoint, you may need to update it to access the features described below. If you do not have PowerPoint, you can download it and other Microsoft Office products for free by going to office365.uwec.edu. If you have questions about updating or installing PowerPoint, contact the LTS Help Desk at helpdesk@uwec.edu or 715-836-5711.


NOTE: It is essential to have the Office 365 version of PowerPoint or you will not be able to save your PowerPoint as a video. If necessary, you can download it and other Microsoft Office products for free by going to office365.uwec.edu. If you have questions about updating or installing PowerPoint, contact the LTS Help Desk at helpdesk@uwec.edu or 715-836-5711. 041b061a72


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