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  1. I was tired of not being able to skip with a keyboard shortcut if Spotify wasn't focused, so I created an Alfred workflow to let you do exactly that. I recommend using the keyboard shortcut ^ + ⌘ + →/← for skipping forward and backward as it is already set in Spotify and is most likely not a shortcut used by other apps. If you enjoy this workflow or rely on it to enhance your Spotify experience, please consider donating. I'm a college student creating and working on open source projects such as this one for free to enhance your experience on your Mac, and I hope you enjoy it. If you have any questions, open an issue on GitHub. I hope this workflow treats you well! Source: https://github.com/3raxton/SpotifyGlobalSkip/
  2. This is a workflow for easily downloading videos (and/or extracting audio) from various websites such as YouTube, Vimeo, DailyMotion and more... It uses youtube-dl as the core component. Main Features: Download video from URL. vd {video-url} Download and extract audio into an MP3 file. vd-audio {video-url} Display and download video metadata (json). vd-info {video-url} Update core component (youtube-dl). vd-update Display quick help in Large Type. vd-help Note: vd-update command currently only updates youtube-dl, not the workflow itself. Please see full details, updates (and source) of the project at GitHub. Download Video Downloader workflow. Here is a full visual list of what Video Downloader can do: And here is how the workflow nodes look like: Requirements: For the audio extraction (vd-audio) feature to work, you should install FFmpeg yourself manually (because of licensing issues). If you don't have it already; you can find details on how to install FFmpeg at the GitHub page. --- (While writing this, I found out about Vítor's workflow; which is also nice and uses youtube-dl. Well, I'm releasing this anyway for it's extra features like audio conversion, metadata info, etc..) Pls. drop a note if you like it... Thanks.
  3. Audio Switch ================================================================================== Switch between your input sources and output devices. To install just download (or my github) and doble click the .alfredworkflow file.* To change your input source type input (it could take a little bit to load your sources), then select the one you desire The same for the output device, just type output then select your choice Since I don't have any audio device or source connected to my laptop only 1 (the default) device and source are shown.
  4. Github Link Alfred Sonos Controller Installation Download Download and open the alfredworkflow file to install the workflow Features Play, Pause, Next, Previous Set/Change Volume View Queue Play Songs from Queue (only tested on Spotify playing through Sonos app) Switch to line-in playback (if supported on device) Control Shuffle/Repeat Usage Type soco into Alfred, select or search your device, and then control it on the following screen Hotkeys Hotkeys are added by adding a hotkey trigger on the workflow flowchart (open Alfred Preferences -> Workflows -> Sonos Controller, then right click in the empty space -> Triggers -> Hotkey) and connecting it to the run script block with a text argument that follows the following syntax. You can also edit the preset hotkey triggers by right clicking them and selecting configure object. (sonosName); (command) ex: Bedroom; next Commands: plpau - Play/Pause Sonos device play - Play Sonos device pause - Pause Sonos device volpcg [value] - Set volume to specified value (ex. Bedroom; volpcg 50) chvol [value] - Change volume by a specified value next - Go to the next song previous - Go to the previous song linein - Switch playback to line-in enshuffle - Enable shuffle and disable repeat disshuffle - Disable shuffle and disable repeat enrepeat - Enable repeat and disable shuffle enshuffrep - Enable shuffle and repeat plque [position in queue] - Play a song in a certain position in queue (only tested on Spotify playing through Sonos app) Troubleshooting If you find yourself getting the No Speakers Found error, it may be due to an incorrect interface address. This can be caused by having a VPN active, which unfortunatley Sonos does not support. If you are still recieving this error, you can try manually setting the interface address to your local IP address on your machine (which can be found under your Network settings) by doing the following: Open Alfred Preferences -> Workflows -> SonosController and press the [x] button in the top right corner This screen should appear: Double click under the value column on interface_address and enter in the address of your local IP Acknowledgements This workflow was built using deanishe's Alfred-Workflow Huge shoutout to the team behind SoCo which this workflow uses heavily License This workflow is released under the MIT license
  5. Hi, I often search for audio-files and the Dynamic File Search works great — but only if I know the name of what im looking for. I would love for it to be possible to delineate/specify the duration (min/max/approx?) of the audiofile. Is that possible?
  6. Hey I'm trying to make an AppleScript to be run from Alfred, that should quickly set a specified speaker as audio output device if it is currently connected (in example below "My Awesome Speaker"), and otherwise don't do anything. I have gotten most of the functionality down (toggling between speaker/internal speaker), but I'm having a problem in the instance that the speaker isn't connected. When this is the case, the script has already clicked on the audioMenu, making the dropdown be there until a mouse click. I thought I could make it go away by branching with an "if else" and then if the speaker isn't connected, then just clicking the audioMenu again (because I've seen similar behaviour (with succes) for other menu bar scripts). But if I instead do this, the audio dropdown will still be staying until a click has been made, and then the script clicks the audio icon again making it doubly annoying. on alfred_script(q) set speakerName to "My Awesome Speaker" set internalSpeakers to "Internal Speakers" activate application "SystemUIServer" tell application "System Events" tell process "SystemUIServer" -- Working CONNECT Script. Goes through the following: -- Clicks on Audio Menu (OSX Top Menu Bar) -- Clicks your speaker if not connected -- Else if connected, then disconnects by clicking Internal Speakers set audioMenu to menu bar item 4 of menu bar 1 tell audioMenu click if exists menu item speakerName of menu 1 then set speakerMenuItem to menu item speakerName of menu 1 if value of attribute "AXMenuItemMarkChar" of speakerMenuItem is "✓" then click menu item internalSpeakers of menu 1 return "Disconnecting from " & speakerName & "..." else click speakerMenuItem return "Connecting to " & speakerName & "..." end if else -- Doesn't work for now. Just clicks it again after you deselect menu, making it double annoying --click audioMenu return "Doesn't look like you're connected to " & speakerName & "..." end if end tell end tell end tell end alfred_script How can I fix this, so the dropdown actually goes away if speaker is not connected?
  7. Since getting the AirPods, I wanted to be able to switch between them and the default audio device(s) with Alfred. And I wanted to change both the input and output devices to the AirPods and back. e.g. avoiding the state of input = Built-in Microphone, while output = AirPods. Usage is pretty simple with the default being to enable the AirPods: airpods or airpods on or airpods blah and to disable the AirPods or revert back: airpods off More detailed setup and configuration as well as dependencies and code are here: https://github.com/paulsri/alfred-airpods-selector
  8. Alfred MPD Control MPD from Alfred. Installation Download the latest version from GitHub releases or Packal. Usage mpd [<query>] — View mpd status and search for tracks On actions: ↩ or ⌘+<NUM> — Perform action On tracks: ↩ or ⌘+<NUM> — Queue track ⌘+↩ — Play track ⌥+↩ — Clear queue and play track ^+↩ — Queue album On albums/artists/playlists/types: ↩, ⇥ or ⌘+<NUM> — Search within albums/artists/playlists/types Licencing, thanks This workflow is released under the MIT licence. It is based on the Alfred-Workflow library, which is also released under the MIT licence. Changelog 0.1.0 First release
  9. Change audio output workflow, requires jq and switchaudio-osx . download : http://www.packal.org/workflow/alfred-change-sound-output
  10. Enter the keyword vlcr followed by ... - play or pause to toggle between playback and pause - stop to exit out of playback and show the playlist - next to go to the next chapter or file - prev or previous to go to the previous chapter or file - fullscreen to toggle between fullscreen and windowed - downloads to load all content of your user's Downloads folder into VLC's playlist - volup to increase the volume by one increment (of 32) - voldown to decrease the volume by one increment (of 32) - volmax to put VLC's volume at its maximum level (use with care) - mute to toggle mute - delayup to increase audio delay by 50ms - delaydown to decrease audio delay by 50ms - subs to toggle through the available subtitles - quit to quit VLC Download: https://github.com/geberl/alfred-vlc-remote Packal: TBA
  11. Download https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4265900/Alfred/Mute.alfredworkflow This workflow mutes the system volume with the Keyword mute, meaning that all sound coming from the computer is stopped. Typing mute again will re-enable sound. It's pretty simple, but effective: Remember to disable the iTunes mute Keyword, if previously enabled: Preferences > Features > iTunes > Keywords > Mute iTunes If you want a finer degree of control, you could also rig it to work in conjunction with the iTunes mute Keyword if this workflow's Keyword is changed to something different, say "muteall". Dependencies None Download https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4265900/Alfred/Mute.alfredworkflow
  12. Hi all, First post, longtime amateur Alfred user. I want to create two specific related workflows with a rudimentary knowledge of code. Can anyone point me in the right direction? ~~~~~ Here is workflow #1: Search YouTube for {query} -> copy first URL in YouTube search results (or select from Alfred list of results) -> paste into iSkysoft and begin download of MP3 via iSkysoft Here is workflow #2: Take selected or searched MP3 on HD and transpose it up or down the desired amount of semitones in Audacity via {query} ~~~~~ Do these make sense? Are they even possible? Thank you! Josh
  13. ▶ 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
  14. Description Generate an Evernote List of Movies and TV Shows that you can watch later from files on your computer. Easily keep track of where you are up to. Requires Evernote Account Evernote Desktop Client - In order to load the videos directly from the Note How to Use Formats File Firstly let's look at the formats file. Type everlistformats in Alfred. This will open the formats file which contains a list of file extensions that EverList will search for. It is pre-populated with a comprehensive list of video and audio file extensions. Feel free to edit this list as required Configuration File Type everlistconfig in Alfred to open the configuration file. You can enter your Evernote Production Developer Token here so that EverList can upload Notes to your Evernote Account. (optionally) If you would like EverList to upload to your Evernote Sandbox Account instead you can enter your Evernote Sandbox Developer Token and change SANDBOX_MODE to true This configuration file is auto-generated for you at the following location /Users/{user}/enml/config.ini This is outside of the workflow directory so in the event that you ever export this workflow your API details will always remain safe Run EverList! Use the Finder to navigate to the directory that contains your Movies or TV Shows and type everlist {title} in Alfred, where {title} is the Title of the Note that EverList will create. EverList will search through the Finder directory and all its subdirectories that match the file extensions in the Formats file. Wait a few seconds and you should see a Mac OSX Notification and hear a beep sound after successfully uploading the generated Note to your Evernote account. Your New Note Go to your Evernote Desktop Client and press the Refresh button. You should see your new Note. If you click on the checkbox next to each video, in addition to marking the video, it will also open the video for watching. How awesome! Additional Information EverList has a known incompatibility with TotalFinder and any other application that replaces the Finder. You will need to quit these applications first If the files are moved or renamed the links will be broken and the note will need to be regenerated Download Link & Screenshots
  15. The mute keyword will toggle the mute setting for your Mac's audio. In other words, if the sound is not muted, invoking the keyword will mute it, and if the sound is muted, the keyword will unmute it. An optional argument is allowed for the mute keyword, that represents the number of seconds to mute for; the sound will automatically unmute after the elapsed time. This can be useful for muting ads on streaming radio, for example. There is also an explicit unmute keyword provided, in case it is easier for some to process that way (vs a toggle). See the github page for source and more info, or just download directly. Hope you find it useful!
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