commit f412970164c349bea81bfd9d95e56fec7d16c8a1
parent 059cd768b97188fbbf3262696e6511f3aa1795e0
Author: Martin Michlmayr <tbm@cyrius.com>
Date:   Sun,  7 Apr 2019 02:28:31 +0700

[README.md] Fix lists formatting (closes #20558)

Lists have to be separated from the previous paragraph by a blank line
in certain variants of Markdown, otherwise they are not interpreted as
lists.

This change ensures that that the youtube-dl.1 man page, which is
generated from README.md with the help of pandoc, is formatted
correctly.
Diffstat:
MREADME.md | 3+++
1 file changed, 3 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)

diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -642,6 +642,7 @@ The simplest case is requesting a specific format, for example with `-f 22` you You can also use a file extension (currently `3gp`, `aac`, `flv`, `m4a`, `mp3`, `mp4`, `ogg`, `wav`, `webm` are supported) to download the best quality format of a particular file extension served as a single file, e.g. `-f webm` will download the best quality format with the `webm` extension served as a single file. You can also use special names to select particular edge case formats: + - `best`: Select the best quality format represented by a single file with video and audio. - `worst`: Select the worst quality format represented by a single file with video and audio. - `bestvideo`: Select the best quality video-only format (e.g. DASH video). May not be available. @@ -658,6 +659,7 @@ If you want to download several formats of the same video use a comma as a separ You can also filter the video formats by putting a condition in brackets, as in `-f "best[height=720]"` (or `-f "[filesize>10M]"`). The following numeric meta fields can be used with comparisons `<`, `<=`, `>`, `>=`, `=` (equals), `!=` (not equals): + - `filesize`: The number of bytes, if known in advance - `width`: Width of the video, if known - `height`: Height of the video, if known @@ -668,6 +670,7 @@ The following numeric meta fields can be used with comparisons `<`, `<=`, `>`, ` - `fps`: Frame rate Also filtering work for comparisons `=` (equals), `^=` (starts with), `$=` (ends with), `*=` (contains) and following string meta fields: + - `ext`: File extension - `acodec`: Name of the audio codec in use - `vcodec`: Name of the video codec in use