Is it really necessary to explicitly call best A/V when youtube-dl it by default?
Also, why not embed the subs and thumbnail instead of make a separate file? Also why not xattrs for those of us with unix filesystems? Xattrs is only one extra flag.
My command is currently
youtube-dl -t --embed-subs --add-metadata --xattrs --console-title --embed-thumbnails
although I'm going to be incorporating elements from the suggested one into mine. The reasoning behind this is it's one file to send. That command is how I archive currently, it's changing though.
I'd appreciate hearing your input about why I may be wrong though. Thanks in advance,
--Vxbinaca 21:24, 29 May 2015 (EDT)