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youtube-playlist-player with all
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Watch & edit your YouTube playlist on the desktop.
Available for macOS, Windows and Linux.
Multiple Viewing Modes
Supports regular Playback as well as YouTube TV (Leanback) viewing modes.
Watch videos without browser chrome.
Enables hardware-accelerated h264 YouTube playback across platforms.
Copy & paste a YouTube playlist URL to get started. Login to edit playlists.
Filters on-page and in-stream ads.
Download the latest version of YouTube Playlist Player on the Releases page.
npm install --global youtube-playlist-player # Installs the node CLI module youtube-playlist-player # Runs it
Clone the repo and install dependencies.
git clone https://github.com/sidneys/youtube-playlist-player.git youtube-playlist-player cd youtube-playlist-player npm install
Run the app with integrated Electron.
npm run start npm run start:dev # with Debugging Tools npm run start:livereload # with Debugging Tools and Livereload
Install the app in the System app folder and start it.
npm run localsetup npm run localsetup:rebuild # Build before installation npm run localsetup:rebuild:dev # Build before installation, use Developer Tools
Build the app and create installers (see requirements).
npm run build # build all available platforms npm run build macos windows # build specific platforms (macos/linux/windows)
mono(on macOS, Linux)
dpkg(on macOS, Windows)
Install Homebrew, then run:
brew install wine mono fakeroot dpkg
sudo apt-get install wine mono fakeroot dpkg
Turnkey build-in-the-cloud for Windows 10, macOS and Linux.
The process is managed by a custom layer of node scripts and Electron-optimized configuration templates. Completed Installation packages are deployed to GitHub Releases. Builds for all platforms and architectures take about 5 minutes. Backed by the open-source-friendly guys at Travis and AppVeyor](https://ci.appveyor.com/) and running electron-packager under the hood.
Add a new Tag to start the build process:
git tag -a v1.0.1 git push --tags
The builds are started in parallel and added to the "Releases" page of the GitHub repo (in draft mode).
Use the editing feature to publish the new app version.
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