Looking for a graphical interface for the command line
youtube-dl video downloader? Tartube is a GTK+ 3 front-end written in Python 3.
Tartube is partly based on youtube-dl-gui and runs on Windows, Linux, Mac OS, and BSD. It’s a free and open-source software that can download individual videos, and even whole channels and playlists, from YouTube and all youtube-dl supported websites.
Besides downloading videos, Tartube can also organize your videos into convenient folders, alert you when livestreams are starting, and more.
How to Get Tartube:
[ac-box style=”alert”]Note it’s illegal to download any content from YouTube or any other site unless you see a “download” or get permission from the publisher. Use the software at your own risk![/ac-box]
The Ubuntu deb, Windows exe, Fedora rpm, and source code are available for download at the link below:
[ac-button style=”flat” size=”large” color=”tan” url=”https://sourceforge.net/projects/tartube/files/” target=”_blank”]Download Tartube[/ac-button]
For Ubuntu users, grab the
.deb package and click install either via “Software Install” or “Gdebi” (if installed).
NOTE: To make the software work, you have to install
youtube-dl, and in Tartube’s “system preferences” set the path to