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One more question..I just read here in the comments that someone had trouble installing your script on a GoDaddy shared hosting account. I have a GoDaddy, shared hosting account. Are you aware of any problems, running the script at GoDaddy? If so, can you recommend a hosting company that runs your scripts?

Thank you.

Hello,

No the script will not work on GoDaddy Shared Hosting. You need a shared hosting with FFmpeg already installed. Better you use a VPS with SSH Access and install FFmpeg itself. To be recommended are Contabo VPS http://www.tkqlhce.com/click-7670573-12454635 these are quality and cheap.

To another question. We have years of experience and never had problems with blocking a website.

See also our other products on: https://rajwebconsulting.com/

Ok, thank you for the response.

Hi there,

First of all, thank you for your interest in our software. :)

Regarding your question about being ‘blocked” by YouTube and other sites, I’d just like to add that you can refer to the corresponding FAQ section here: https://demo.mybeatz.org/docs/faq.html#fourteen .

While IP rotation is not available by default in the MP3 Converter (because this particular software just so happens to be our least expensive product with the least number of features), that FAQ section provides a rough guide for its implementation.

Our other, more feature-rich products do in fact support IP rotation “out-of-the-box”: https://rajwebconsulting.com/#products .

In summary, all of our products are great in their own right, and each performs the functions advertised well. Which product you choose will ultimately depend on your budget and your particular needs. In any case, there is a way to circumvent such “blocking” behavior, should you ever experience it.

And that is why we’ve “never had problems with blocking a website”, as my colleague stated above! ;) So I do hope this helps clarify his response.

Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance.

Thanks again!

Hi,

http://www.mp3converter.net.br/

I bought this script, I wonder if it works with SSL installed, because I want to put SSL on the site.

Hello,

Thank you for your purchase. :)

You “can” use this software with SSL enabled on your server.

Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.

Thanks again!

After enabling SSL, what procedure do I have to do? What files do I need to edit the URL in?

Hi there,

There should be no need to change any code after you enable SSL and HTTPS URLs on your site.

Are you experiencing some issue after enabling SSL?

Let me know how it goes.

Thank you.

Hi,

is your script working with ffmpeg and libavcodec-extra?

Hi there,

Thank you for your interest in our software. :)

You can review the requirements here: https://demo.mybeatz.org/docs/#server-reqs

On a Linux server, only the ffmpeg and libmp3lame packages are required software dependencies.

Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.

Thank you!

Hello,

Do I use this script CentOS 7 Nginx php7.1? what do you need to do to work?

Hi there, and thank you for your interest in our software! :)

I sincerely apologize for the delay in my response.

This software will work with both CentOS 7 and PHP 7. However, Nginx can sometimes cause an issue with the download progress bar display: https://demo.mybeatz.org/docs/faq.html#eight . (This is the only known issue with Nginx.) So you might try Apache or Litespeed web servers instead, to be safe. (FYI — Apache can be configured to perform at a level comparable to so-called “high-performance” servers like Nginx and Litespeed.)

In general, the software requirements are as listed here: https://demo.mybeatz.org/docs/#server-reqs . So, if you satisfy those requirements, then the software will work.

Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.

Thanks again!

Hi, I have one question, is this legal to run public site with this script?

Hi there,

Thank you for your interest in our software. :)

Please allow me to express my thoughts on this topic:

First of all, I believe that if someone publishes a video on YouTube, and subsequently allows this video to be freely available to the general public, then they relinquish the right to protest if someone else consumes this free content in a way that they did not originally or otherwise intend.

Consider public television channels and radio stations, which are freely available to the general public. Are you breaking the law if you record a public TV show to your DVR or record a song off public radio? Moreover, is it illegal to manipulate this free, public content after you record it (e.g., by separating the audio track from the video track or by cropping/cutting the content to a different length)?

I’m not a lawyer, so I can’t definitively answer these questions for you. I will only say that, if some entity publishes freely-available content (anywhere, via any medium), then trying to regulate how this content is consumed is both impractical and virtually impossible.

Nevertheless, that is exactly what major record labels are trying to do. They are clinging to an antiquated business model that no longer works on the internet—and, specifically, on YouTube. They want to showcase their content on YouTube, and post videos there, but they also want to maintain control over how that content is used. Never mind that their YouTube videos are publicly and freely available!

So, Google, presumably and at least partially at the behest of the major record labels, stipulates in its TOS that its content should only be streamed online—and not otherwise downloaded and/or manipulated in any other way. In other words, Google has determined that running my software technically violates their TOS.

As a result, Google placates the studio execs of major record labels, even though these labels clearly have not yet figured out how to stay relevant and effectively monetize their business in today’s changing market—one that is increasingly shifting online. I.e., they are reluctant to change and adapt to a business model that better accommodates the nuances of internet-based marketing and sales. And it is this reluctance to change that continues to fuel the impractical and generally unreasonable demands that they place on their freely-available YouTube content.

So, those are my thoughts on this complicated subject! But I have yet to answer your question: “Is this legal?”. The truth is: I don’t 100% know for sure. It’s a big gray area, and there is little legal precedent. Clearly, while Google and the record labels frown on these kinds of sites, there is not much that they have done or can do (legally) to stop them.

Please read this forum post: https://www.codingforums.com/post-a-php-snippet/205066-youtube-mp3-conversion-php-class-script-90.html#post1427679 . While that post is a little dated, the general idea is still valid. While Google (and the major record labels that post on YouTube) eventually won a lawsuit against youtube-mp3.org after years and years of litigation, they ultimately accomplished very little. All they really succeeded in doing is taking down one, single (albeit, very large) website. But the net result of their “victory” is that they created a void in this niche for other sites to fill – because the traffic that used to go to youtube-mp3.org must now find some other site to convert YouTube videos to Mp3. So Google (and the record labels) ultimately, and unwittingly, created an opportunity for other new sites to replace youtube-mp3.org.

I will conclude with what I said in the above, linked forum post:

“Should this be a concern for you? I can’t answer that question for you. But I can guarantee that if you decide not to run your own conversion site, then somebody else will. “

And I do hope that my ramblings here have helped to assuage your concerns. ;)

Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance.

Thanks again!

how can i download the extractors ? i want the Youtube and Souncloud

Hello,

Thank you for your purchase. :)

All site extractors are available at our “Module Shop”: https://secure.rajwebconsulting.com/Mp3ConverterStore/#shop

The first module is free with your CodeCanyon purchase code. Subsequent modules cost $3 each.

Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance.

Thanks again!

HI friend this my purchase code 7d420b12-d106-4225-9334-2796442a6304 – 30 Oct 2017 i m uploading the script on cpanel on Check Your Server/Software Configuration , i have 3 points i dont understand how i do 1-PHP exec() enabled and working?: No 2-cURL version: Unknown 3-FFmpeg location: Not found

Hi there,

Thank you for your purchase. :)

1) Usually this means that FFmpeg is not installed or not installed correctly (because exec() cannot execute a FFmpeg command), or exec() is disabled in PHP

2) The cURL binary file is not present and installed on the server

3) FFmpeg is not installed or not installed correctly

Also, ensure that the _FFMPEG constant value is correct in “lib/Config.php”. And please review the software requirements here: https://demo.mybeatz.org/docs/#server-reqs .

Do let me know if I can be of any further assistance.

Thanks again!

i installed it and its working successfully i have two questions : 1- does it delete the files after a period of time to clear the space ? 2- the demo has link to upload files to Dropbox etc. the downloaded version don’t have this option

thanks Ahmed

Hi Ahmed,

1) This particular software does not come with that feature, by default. (Our other products do: https://rajwebconsulting.com/#products .) That said, you can create a simple bash script like the following, e.g.:

#!/bin/bash find /var/www/mp3/* -mmin +30 -type f -delete find /var/www/logs/* -mmin +30 -type f -delete find /var/www/videos/* -mmin +30 -type f -delete

...and run this script as a regular cron job (on Linux). (Note: You may need to edit the folder paths to reflect the correct paths on your server.) This will delete all files older than 30 minutes, in the corresponding software folders, every time the cron job runs.

2) This particular product does not have a “Upload to Dropbox” feature. I think you are confusing the MP3 Converter with our YouTube-to-Mp3 (and more!) Converter software, which does have this feature. Again, you can review all of our products (including product features, requirements, and demos) here: https://rajwebconsulting.com/#products .

Please let me know if you have any additional questions or concerns.

Thank you!

do you install?

Hi there,

Thank you for your purchase. :)

Yes, we can perform the server configuration and/or software installation for you for an additional, nominal fee.

Please contact me via my profile page ( http://codecanyon.net/user/chump2877 ) contact form so that we can discuss your project further. (Future communication via Skype is also possible.)

Thanks again!

Hy I dont know how to activate de Conversor… You can help me please? I can do it with wordpress?

Hi there, and thank you for your purchase. :)

Instructions for server configuration and software installation are located in the docs: https://demo.mybeatz.org/docs/ . If you need me to perform either or both for you, then I can do so for an additional, nominal fee. In that case, please contact me via my profile page ( http://codecanyon.net/user/chump2877 ) contact form so that we can discuss your project further.

In general, none of our products ( https://rajwebconsulting.com/#products ) are natively compatible with Wordpress code because none of our products are built upon a Wordpress foundation.

That said, here are some creative ways to integrate our products with an existing site (e.g., a Wordpress site):

In each of these scenarios, you will want to edit our software design to match the design of your existing site. This will require at least some knowledge of HTML and CSS.

Let me know how it goes.

Thanks again!

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ok i’ll configiguration now.

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FFmpeg location: Not found . ffmpeg and youtube-dl can running with “youtube-dl xxxxxx” on host. Where command returning ffmpeg: /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg. i tried every combination. How can i fix this error? this code running perfectly same dir: $url = ‘https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMuZdN84PJg'; $cmd = ‘youtube-dl -o ”/home/phihag/div/tmp/ s. (ext)s” ’ . escapeshellarg($url); exec($cmd, $output, $ret); echo ‘output: ’; var_export($output); echo ”\nret: ”; var_export($ret);

Please see my response to the same inquiry below.

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FFmpeg location: Not found . ffmpeg and youtube-dl can running with “youtube-dl xxxxxx” on host. Where command returning ffmpeg: /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg. i tried every combination. How can i fix this error? this code running perfectly same dir: $url = ‘https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMuZdN84PJg'; $cmd = ‘youtube-dl -o ”/home/phihag/div/tmp/ s. (ext)s” ’ . escapeshellarg($url); exec($cmd, $output, $ret); echo ‘output: ’; var_export($output); echo ”\nret: ”; var_export($ret);

I’m glad you were able to resolve the issue. :)

FWIW, I’m guessing that the following code’s output would indicate an error on your server, given the nature of your FFmpeg installation:

exec(”ffmpeg -version 2>&1”, $output);
print_r($output);
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good script. But ffmpeg is cpu killer :) i’ll modify the script youtube-dl without extract mp3. i’ll change only extension m4a to mp3. Or i need 64 core cpu.

The only way to actually re-encode m4a as valid mp3 is with FFmpeg. FFmpeg is the gold standard for media conversion, and it is optimized by default for performance.

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