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The problem is the following: from tomorrow my university is starting streaming lectures because in Italy there is a big number of people with COVID-19 and the universities are closed. For this reason, and because my internet connection is not so good, I need to download the video lectures uploaded from the professors.
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In Teams and Streams, unless the recorder shares it with you, you will not be able to directly record it, unless the creator (your professor) set the permissions to enable that, as per the link above. I would suggest you contact the professor to make sure they have their IT department show them how to do that, as Indiana University has done, now that Microsoft has enabled cross-site recordings.
An imperfect solution until the professor does enable downloads would be to use Audacity (which allows you to select the audio stream and record it with no patch cord) or another audio recording app with a patch cord from your sound output jack to your sound input jack, and record audio only.
The downside of this approach is that you cannot watch the video while downloading, well you can open yet another FF or Chrome, but it seems that mplayer cannot process the video output till youtube-dl/ffmpeg are running.
I recommend you use yt-dlp instead of youtube-dl. It's a fork off of youtube-dl and is much better-maintained and works much better. In the cases where youtube-dl gives me errors, yt-dlp works just fine. Also, in cases where youtube-dl downloads at 42 KiB/sec (which includes pretty much every time I use it--including 19 Dec. 2022 on Ubuntu 22.04), yt-dlp downloads at 86 MiB/sec, which is 2100x faster, again, as tested on Ubuntu 22.04 seconds ago.
The solution then is to simply not pass any argument, just youtube-dl -to-the-stream.m3u8 and it will automatically download the best quality video stream and merge it transparently with the best audio stream via ffmpeg (tested on Windows 10).
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