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Youtube with Mac OS 9

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PowerFinnrich:
Hello,
I am new in the world of classic Macintosh.
I just found and revived an old Power Macintosh 9600/350 ca. one week ago.
And I am actually writing this message on that fascinating machine using Classilla.
However, I wonder, if it is still possible to download Youtube videos or at least mp3-files in OS 9 somehow?
That would be awesome.
I have tried out several Youtube-converter sites but they do not work here.
But is there still an option to do it?

IIO:
https://www.genyt.mobi/
http://www.genyt.mobi/

but seems down atm (cloudflare side)

all other sites use java7 and/or greasemonkey scripts, that is miles away from classic mac os or even any PPC. :)

PowerFinnrich:
Hello back again from my Macintosh and thank you for your answer!
Well, you are right, unfortunately the servers are down...
I hope that they will run again soon.

Jubadub:

--- Quote from: IIO on June 22, 2020, 07:28:46 PM ---https://www.genyt.mobi/
http://www.genyt.mobi/

but seems down atm (cloudflare side)

all other sites use java7 and/or greasemonkey scripts, that is miles away from classic mac os or even any PPC. :)

--- End quote ---

You can use Java 7 on Leopard, technically. OpenJDK. Tiger comes close with real Java 6 (Developer Preview). Will Snow Leo on PPC be able to go higher than 7?

IIO:
as of today there are probably more problems that that, the certificates wont work with safari or TFF either.

not to speak of OS9 :)

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