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▶ Luxinatev7.01 ~ DEPRECATED ~ This workflow is currently not supported... Luxinate is an Alfred.v2 workflow designed to automate the use of "youtube-dl" and "ffmpeg" to download streamed media from a large set of supported sites. — QUICK OVERVIEW — Luxinate has several available options. The default "Luxinate" option will allow you to download video, audio, or even both! The "Advanced Luxinate" action modifier will allow you to select a specific download quality or format. Several built in settings allows you to configure Luxinate to your personal preference. All of your downloads will be saved for your future reference. ▶ Download v7.01 ~ Enjoy ♥ Ritashugisha — View on Github — Previous Versions
Streamflix is just a workflow which gather a few command lines and shortcuts to easily install (or update) and use the following programs : Peerflix, Torrentflix and Castnow. I am not a great dev like most of people on this forum but I just would like to share some useful shortcuts that I often use. For those who don't know these utilities, Peerflix stream a video to VLC from a torrent file using a copy/paste of its magnet link. Torrentflix allows searching torrent sites and streaming using Peerflix. Castnow can be use to stream a video directly to your chromecast. I have nothing to do with these programs so please go to their respective websites on GitHub to have more informations (like others command lines and tricks). After installing the workflow, click "Install" and follow the different steps. As you will see you need to firstly install Node.js. I also added a sudo command (so it will ask your password) to avoid problems during installation. Then I added some shortcuts that I often use. Use the keyword "streamflix" (or alt+cmd+M) to see them. You can add/change what you want (like change VLC to MPV for example). To finish I also add an URL shortcut to quickly search subtitles for TV shows (on Addic7ed.com). DOWNLOAD
MoonMovie(alpha) This workflow allows you to easily find streaming and downloading links for many movies and television shows Script Filters The script filters in MoonMovie include the following: Moon Searches most relevant titles MoonMovie Searches for a specific title of a movie MoonShow Searches for a specific title of a television show By using the keyword Moon in Alfred the following results appear. The default Moon option will search for the most relevant titles available, whether that be a television series or a single movie. Selecting a series in the default moon option will list out all available episodes of that series. The subtitle of each results allows you to see if that episode has links available for streaming. Not all links shown in the subtitle can be streamed from, so make note that some episodes or movies may not have streaming links When you select an episode from the episode listing above, a list of 5 available streaming links will load for you to choose from. When highlighting one of these stream links, CMD+Enter will load up the download link from that stream. The MoonMovie script filter searches for much more specific results than the default Moon script filter. Since the database for these movies isn't the easiest to work with, you may need to sometimes use a special parameter to find the movie or show you are looking for. This parameter is @year= With this parameter you can specify the search year, thus narrowing down your search immensely. MoonShow works the exact same way as MoonMovie, except for searching shows instead of movies. Action Modifiers The only action modifier in MoonMovie is CMD. When highlighting a streaming link, using this action modifier will get the associated download link from that stream. Download MoonMoviev1.2 [Download]
Mormon Channel: Stream Mormon Channel radio through iTunes (Mormon Channel, Music channel, or Canal Mormón). Allows you to use keyboard buttons (or Alfred keywords) to play/pause rather than navigating through a browser. (follow Github link for further details and download link)