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    6 comments  ·  ClipGrab  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Download queuing is planned for ClipGrab and we will see it together with the feature to download lists of videos.
    Download resuming, however will probably not be implemented.

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    David Fullerton commented  · 

    I would like to add on this idea. Maybe, let us FREEZE Clipgrabber's queue of downloading. Then, we can UNFREEZE it and then it will start downlaoding. This would help me tremendously.

    As I said on prior post, in America -- some ISPs like STUPID-ASS Comcast, charge you per MB extra. So, I have to wait until end-of-month to download when I know I won't go over my quota. This way -- it'd allow a download queue, pausing it, letting us select lots of video, then maybe even a CLICK SELECTOR to say download it, then UNFREEZE IT and all downloads pour down.

    I think the freezing idea should be added to the Download Queue. Or, even let us run a Download Textfile through Clipgrab to grab all those in the download list. Then, it could be ran from teh Command Line too.

    Just some ideas, thanks, David Fulelrton

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    1 comment  ·  ClipGrab  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    David Fullerton commented  · 

    I said same thing. Be nice also to freeze the downloading on that screen, select lots of them, then run them all at one time.

    I have STUPID COMCAST and I am only allowed so much data per month. So, I wait until last few days and then download like crazy if I am under the quota. And, I am very careful not to go over. It is VERY EXPENSIVE in America to go over your download quota.

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    2 comments  ·  ClipGrab  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    3 comments  ·  ClipGrab  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    David Fullerton commented  · 

    I would even like Clipgrab to keep a textfile of all the links that you grabbed, and then indicate any failures. Maybe two options: 1) text output or 2) XML or another type of structured formatting. Maybe, best yet is CSV.

    Like:
    date , time , title window, file location, file name , success/failure

    12-02-2018 , 10:00am, "Ideas for Clipper on Youtube", c:\YT videos , "Ideas for Clipper on Youtube.mp4" , SUCCESS

    That would be awesome -- along with batch downloading where we can know which succeeded or failed.

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