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Graphical media download tool

NomNom is an application for downloading and streaming media from YouTube and other similar media websites that require Flash to view the media content.

It works as a relay for other applications, such as media players, passing parsed media stream URLs to them.

Media streaming or downloading can be started by dropping an URL onto the application window.

This can/could be done, for example, with a web browser. NomNom currently supports either streaming and downloading. It can also display YouTube feeds.



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Debian (Ref)

Software prerequisites

quvi, umph, curl, qt, qjason, media player that supports streaming (mplayer, vlc, etc)


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