as some of you might have noticed, KeepVid went downhill. I don’t know exactly when, however I found an alternative: http://www.tubegrip.com. It works pretty well…
Here is a sample use of this library:
This library uses the RESTProxy. The tricky part was, as always, extracting the useful information from the HTML returned by TubeGrip.
So I used the following Regular Expressions to do that:
I used this really cool REGex Tester for tuning the regular expressions…
It was much easier to handle on TubeGrip than KeepVid; mind you.
Full source code.
Thanks martin, i just discovered your blog.. I credited you on my blog for the use of the date util class in AS3 , sorry for the mistake !
I’m currently working on a stream video player for my company,and they host videos on you tube , so i think your code will be of some great help !! Thanks !
Great Help indeed!
a bit embarrassing, i couldn’t get it to work though 🙁
i tried a few links from youtube
checked them manually on tubegrip
no success still
are there any other requirements besides connecting the Main class as the Document Class to a new FLA?
Is this a work in progress or functioning?