i am on windows 10, tried all browsers - Chrome, Mozilla, IE but i can't get auto mode working. When i paste link from youtube - i can save video, but when auto mode is on and i open the youtube URL in the browser, the jaksta media recorder does not react at all. I have latest jaksta available on your web.
Some things to check:
1. Ensure you are monitoring the correct network interface. Settings > Internet Downloads
2. Ensure AUTO is on before you go to a page containing video to download.
If your still having issues please provide debug log as per https://support.jaksta.com/discussions/topics/6000009063 for AUTO detecting a youtube video.
Your logs don't contain any personal information, but you can email them to me support AT jaksta.com if you wish.
Email chain between CRS and Eugene:
On Fri, Dec 23, 2016 at 8:44 AM, CRS wrote:
Glad to hear that it is working.
Should work in FF as well. Check FF is set to use the system proxy. In FF, Main Menu > Options > Advanced > Settings
Also for good measure reinstall the CA into FF. Close FF and then in JMR, Settings > Internet Downloads > Advanced > HTTP > Reinstall FireFox HTTPS Monitor button.
Your browser has requested two downloads the first was for 1280x720 and the second was for 1920x1080. That is why you have two downloads.
thanks, . I cleaned proxies in IE and it started to catch streams in auto mode!
I got two more questions if you can help please.
How may i make it working in firefox (not critical thing, happy to stay in IE)?
why does JMR records two streams from each video? I tried setup to pick up always highest quality but it records two files of the same video. Also I tried answering manually which quality/stream i want, but it still records two streams :(
The screenshot is below:
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Sent: 22.12.2016 2:03:36
Subject: Re: the logs
Looks like you have another proxy server set
2016-12-21 12:15:56,105  INFO c4 [(null)] - AsyncProxyManager: OP HttpProxy: 127.0.0.1:4444
2016-12-21 12:15:56,106  INFO c4 [(null)] - AsyncProxyManager: OP HttpsProxy: 127.0.0.1:50055
2016-12-21 12:15:56,107  INFO c4 [(null)] - AsyncProxyManager: OP PACScriptLocation:
2016-12-21 12:15:56,108  INFO c4 [(null)] - AsyncProxyManager: OP SocksProxy: 127.0.0.1:4444
2016-12-21 12:15:56,108  INFO c4 [(null)] - AsyncProxyManager: OP UseManualProxies: True
2016-12-21 12:15:56,109  INFO c4 [(null)] - AsyncProxyManager: NP AllowDirect: True
2016-12-21 12:15:56,110  INFO c4 [(null)] - AsyncProxyManager: NP HostsThatBypass: *.local;ws://*;wss://*;ws://*;wss://*;ws://*;wss://*
2016-12-21 12:15:56,110  INFO c4 [(null)] - AsyncProxyManager: NP HttpProxy: 127.0.0.1:4444
2016-12-21 12:15:56,111  INFO c4 [(null)] - AsyncProxyManager: NP HttpsProxy: 127.0.0.1:59001
2016-12-21 12:15:56,112  INFO c4 [(null)] - AsyncProxyManager: NP PACScriptLocation:
2016-12-21 12:15:56,112  INFO c4 [(null)] - AsyncProxyManager: NP SocksProxy: 127.0.0.1:4444
2016-12-21 12:15:56,113  INFO c4 [(null)] - AsyncProxyManager: NP UseManualProxies: True
The one in blod is the only one we set and it points to JMR's internal proxy. Not sure what has set the rest but having local proxy's like that is very unusual unless your using a product like Jaksta.
Do the following to clear all proxy settings
Start Internet Explorer
Click the Tools button.
Click on Internet Options.
Click on the Connections tab.
Click LAN settings.
Make sure all addresses are clear and your not using any proxy.
Start JMR and try again.
done. here is what i did:
1. started media recorder, reset settings to default, closed media recorder.
2. started media recorder, enabled debug logs, enabled auto mode,
3. started firefox, opened https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4yML7tI1qo
4. nothing in media recorder
5. tried opening the same URL in IE, nothing loaded (due to non working proxy pointing to localhost:4444)
6 closed IE, logs collected.