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  1. alfred-ffprobe

    Hello Alfred users, I created a new Alfred workflow, or better said file action, called alfred-ffprobe. It displays information about selected video files. Github alfred-ffprobe Alfred 3 workflow to display an information about various video files. Installation Install the ffprobe to you MacOS. You could do it for example by using Homebrew and installing ffmpeg package. brew install ffmpeg Install alfred-ffprobe wokflow. Usage Select a video file in finder and invoke the alfred file actions ⌃⌘\. Choose the Analyze media file in displayed menu and the information about selected video will be shown.
  2. Searching video on alfred

    Hi, Could anyone explain if it is possible to search video file with Alfred? I had no luck so far. I went to Alfred preferences - advanced - added video file format, but no luck.
  3. VLC Remote

    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
  4. FlixSearch for Alfred See what's available on Netflix and where via FlixSearch.io. Download & Installation Download from GitHub releases or Packal. Double-click the FlixSearch-x.x.alfredworkflow file to install. Usage Note: You must activate one or more countries before the workflow will work. flix <query> — Search FlixSearch.io for <query>. ↩ — Open the FlixSearch.io page in your default browser. ⌘ — Show video's genres in the subtitle. ⌥ — Show countries in which video is available in subtitle. ^ — Show FlixSearch.io URL in subtitle. ⇧ — Preview FlixSearch.io webpage with Quicklook. flixconf — Show workflow update status and configuration optionsUpdate status. Show whether a newer version of the workflow is available for download. Configure countries — Activate/deactivate countries to include in/exclude from search results. Activate the countries you visit or have VPN endpoints in. View help — Open this help file in your default browser. Reset workflow — Clear workflow cache and settings. Licensing, thanks, etc. Please see the GitHub repo for details.
  5. Watch Video in Helium

    Nothing particularly fancy here, but I've been using Helium (www.heliumfloats.com) a lot recently to watch videos while I work, since it provides a floating browser window for OSX that videos can play "full screen" in. Helium is rather new, so it has some limitations, including only being able to have one window open at a time. Because of this, I end up closing the app if I'm not watching a video, which means I'm less likely to use it (since it's closed) when I come across a youtube video. So, I made a quick workflow! Keywords: h: - open Helium h:{query} - open Helium and URL as provided in query; no space in between keyword and query! Download from github here.
  6. 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
  7. hey guys! I don't usually ever make videos like this, but this app for OSX users is just too incredible in every way possible .. it has literally changed everything, and I truly feel that this is the future of computing. also went ahead and uploaded all my favorite "workflows" to dropbox and attached the link in the description of the youtube page enjoy!
  8. ▶ 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
  9. VEVO.com Quicksearch

    Search vevo.com for music videos and watch them in your browser. Website and download: https://github.com/cdraeger/alfred2-vevo-workflow Direct download: https://github.com/cdraeger/alfred2-vevo-workflow/blob/master/export/vevo.alfredworkflow?raw=true Changelog v1.1: Arguments are now optional. If you don't enter any search term you will see a list of current video premieres. Some refactoring and bug fixes. ============================== I wanted to be able to search quickly for music videos directly in Alfred. Of course, vevo.com has to be accessible in your country. I have no idea what happens if not (let me know). This workflow has probably still some potential, I'm planning on improving it whenever I have time and ideas. But for now it works. I'm ordering the results by most viewed all time (descending), which puts the most popular videos on top. You can read the rest on Github. Feel free to let me know what you think! If you experience any bugs I'd appreciate if you report them.
  10. A better Mute

    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
  11. Download videos from a plethora of video sources, even when embedded to other pages. Copy a link to your clipboard, run dv, and you’re done. The workflow will show you a notification when it starts downloading and another when finished. If you have WatchList you’ll see an option to automatically add the downloaded video to your watchlist. Run with the ⌘ modifier, and the full playlist the video is part of will be downloaded. To see the download progress, run dvp. It will auto-refresh the progress. Actioning it with the ⌘ modifier will restart the current download (adding it to the back of the queue), while actioning with ⌃ will abort the current download. You can also run :downvidservices to install (or later remove, running the same command) DownVid actions to macOS Services. What this means is wherever you find a URL, you’ll be able to right click it and start the download right from the context menu. The two Workflow Environment Variables represent the directories (relative to your home) where videos will download to. Download | Source If on Alfred 2, download this one. Works well with WatchList
  12. Keep a list of audiovisual content to watch and listen to. We often have series of videos and streams that we’d like to watch but not necessarily keep after, but tracking which we’ve already seen (and are thus safe to delete) can be a chore. Select in the Finder the files or directories you wish to add to your list and apply the file action Add to watchlist. Every time you do this the new items will be prepended or appended to the list (depending on the add_item_order Workflow Environment Variable). Alternatively, call swl to add the URL in your clipboard as a stream. You then have some options you can pick from, all starting with wl. wlp shows the list of items you can play. A reference to each subtitle section can be found at the end. wls calls wlp under the hood, but lets you first select a sort order. In both cases, ↵ plays the selection. Add ⌘ to play without marking as watched or ⌥ to rescan a directory (useful if you made manual changes to it). Items starting with ≈ are streams. They show no file size (since they aren’t taking up any space locally) and present the link they were taken from as opposed to a location on disk. To be able to stream video and audio you need either mpv or VLC. An item will never be marked as watched if we can access the player’s CLI and it exits with a failure exit code. wlu marks an item as unwatched. Note that in the case of files it does not recover them from the trash, as there is no reliable way to do so on macOS — that step you need to do yourself. If the item has a URL origin (you’ll see it in the subtitle) add ⌘ to open the URL in your default browser or ⌥ to copy it to the clipboard. wle allows you to reorder, rename, and remove items from the list. Finally, if you use DownVid it has an option to add the downloaded video files directly to your watchlist. Subtitle reference: There are three types of items: files, series, and streams. streams can be further categorised into single item or playlist. Each result has its name as the top title. The subtitle confers more detailed information and follows this template (~ means it never shows): ≈ (4) 𐄁 22m 32s 𐄁 691M 𐄁 /Some/Path ≈. Indicates item is a stream. file: ~ series: ~ stream: Always present. (4). Number of elements. file: ~ series: Remaining audiovisual files in directory. stream: Single item: ~. Playlist: All elements. 22m 32s. Running time. file: Running time of file. series: Running time of first audiovisual file in directory. stream: Combined running time of all elements. 691M. Size. file: Size of file. series: Size of first audiovisual file in directory. stream: ~ /Some/Path. Path. file: Path of file. series: Path of directory. stream: URL. Download | Source Works well with DownVid
  13. Today i found the "Encode selected Movie with Finder" in my OS X Mountain Lion Services Menu. So i decided to make an Alfred Workflow of this nice OS X 10.8+ Feature. I assume it uses QuickTime to encode the movies, so not 3rd Party Software is needed. You can assign a Hotkey to open the encode Dialog for the selected Movies and you can use the Keyword "encode" in Alfred. When you hit ENTER, the following Dialog opens up After the encoding is finished, a Push Notification will be sent. And of course, it uses AlleyOOP for Updates Download here... Changelog: 1.0: Initial Release
  14. Output info from videos from a plethora of video sources, even when embedded in other pages. Copy a link to your clipboard, run vidur and pick your verbosity level. It’ll output the video’s link with its duration and optionally its title and description. Download | Source
  15. Get Video Time Workflow

    I just created this workflow to get video duration times from a video file that I can just paste into a document. Maybe someone else would like it as well. https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred/blob/master/VideoTime.alfredworkflow?raw=true