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Invidious is an alternative front-end to YouTube

  • Audio-only mode (and no need to keep window open on mobile)
  • Free software(AGPLv3 licensed)
  • No ads
  • No need to create a Google account to save subscriptions
  • Lightweight (homepage is ~ 4 KB compressed)
  • Tools for managing subscriptions:
    • Only show unseen videos
    • Only show latest (or latest unseen) video from each channel
    • Delivers notifications from all subscribed channels
    • Automatically redirect homepage to feed
    • Import subscriptions from YouTube
  • Dark mode
  • Embed support
  • Set default player options (speed, quality, autoplay, loop)
  • Does not require JS to play videos
  • Support for Reddit comments in place of YT comments
  • Import / Export subscriptions, watch history, preferences
  • Does not use any of the official YouTube APIs
  • DeveloperAPI

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Invidious Instances

SeeInvidious Instancesfor a full list of publicly available instances.

Official Instances

Screenshots

Installation

SeeInvidious-Updaterfor a self-contained script that can automatically install and update Invidious.

Docker:

Build and start cluster:

And visitlocalhost: 3000in your browser.

Rebuild cluster:

Delete data and rebuild:

$ docker volume rm invidious_postgresdata $ docker-compose build

Linux:

Install dependencies

#  (Arch Linux)  $ sudo pacman -S shards crystal librsvg postgresql#  (Ubuntu or Debian)#First you have to add the repository to your APT configuration. For easy setup just run in your command line:$ curl -sSL https://dist.crystal-lang.org/apt/setup.sh|sudo bash#That will add the signing key and the repository configuration. If you prefer to do it manually, execute the following commands:$ curl -sL""https://keybase.io/crystal/pgp_keys.asc"|sudo apt-key add - $  (echo)"deb https://dist.crystal-lang.org/apt crystal main"|sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/crystal .list $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt install crystal libssl-dev libxml2-dev libyaml-dev libgmp-dev libreadline-dev postgresql librsvg2-bin libsqlite3-dev

Add invidious user and clone repository

$ useradd -m invidious $ sudo -i -u invidious $ git clone https://github.com/omarroth/invidious $exit

Setup PostgresSQL

$ sudo systemctl  (enable)  postgresql $ sudo systemctl start postgresql $ sudo -i -u postgres $ psql -c""CREATE USER kemal WITH PASSWORD 'kemal';"#Change 'kemal' here to a stronger password, and update `password` in config / config.yml$ createdb -O kemal invidious $ psql invidious kemal/home/invidious/invidious/config/sql/channels.sql $ psql invidious kemal/home/invidious/invidious/config/sql/videos.sql $ psql invidious kemal/home/invidious/invidious/config/sql/channel_videos.sql $ psql invidious kemal/home/invidious/invidious/config/sql/users.sql $ psql invidious kemal/home/invidious/invidious/config/sql/session_ids.sql $ psql invidious kemal/home/invidious/invidious/config/sql/nonces.sql $ psql invidious kemal/home/invidious/invidious/config/sql/annotations.sql $exit

Setup Invidious

$ sudo -i -u invidious $CDinvidious $ shards update&&shards install $ crystal build src / invidious.cr --release#test compiled binary$ ./invidious#stop with ctrl c$exit

systemd service

$ sudo cp /home/invidious/invidious/invidious.service /etc/systemd/system/invidious.service $ sudo systemctlenableinvidious.service $ sudo systemctl start invidious.service

OSX:

#Install dependencies$ brew update $ brew install shards crystal postgres imagemagick librsvg#Clone repository and setup postgres database$ git clone https://github.com/omarroth/invidious $CDinvidious $ brew services start postgresql $ psql -c""CREATE ROLE kemal WITH PASSWORD 'kemal';"#Change 'kemal' here to a stronger password, and update `password` in config / config.yml$ createdb -O kemal invidious $ psql invidious kemalconfig / sql / channels.sql $ psql invidious kemalconfig / sql / videos.sql $ psql invidious kemalconfig / sql / channel_videos.sql $ psql invidious kemalconfig / sql / users.sql $ psql invidious kemalconfig / sql / session_ids.sql $ psql invidious kemalconfig / sql / nonces.sql $ psql invidious kemalconfig / sql / annotations.sql#Setup Invidious$ shards update&&shards install $ crystal build src / invidious.cr --release

Update Invidious

You can see how to update Invidioushere.

Usage:

$ ./invidious -h Usage: invidious [arguments]     -b HOST, --bind HOST Host tobind(defaults to 0.0.0.0)     -p PORT, --port PORT Port to listenforconnections (defaults to 3000)     -s, --ssl Enables SSL     --ssl-key-file FILE SSL key file     --ssl-cert-file FILE SSL certificate file     -h, --help Shows thishelp    -c THREADS, --channel-threads=THREADS                                      Number of threadsforrefreshing channels (default: 1)     -f THREADS, --feed-threads=THREADS                                      Number of threadsforrefreshing feeds (default: 1)     -o OUTPUT, --output=OUTPUT Redirect output (default: STDOUT)     -v, --version Print version

Or for development:

$ curl -fsSLo- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/samueleaton/sentry/master/install.cr|crystal  (eval)  $ ./sentry 🤖 Your SentryBot is vigilant. beep-boop ...

Documentation

Documentationcan be found in the wiki.

Extensions

Extensionscan be found in the wiki, as well as documentation for integrating it into other projects.

Made with Invidious

  • FreeTube: An Open Source YouTube app for privacy.
  • (CloudTube) : A JS-rich alternate YouTube player
  • PeerTubeify: On YouTube, displays a link to the same video on PeerTube, if it exists.
  • (MusicPiped) : A materialistic music player that streams music from YouTube.

Contributing

  1. Fork it (https://github.com/omarroth/invidious/fork)
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am ‘Add some feature’)
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create a new Pull Request

Contact

Feel free to send an email to (omarroth@protonmail.com) or join our (Matrix Server) , or #invidious on Freenode.

You can also view release notes on the (releases) page or in the CHANGELOG.md included in the repository.

License

GNU AGPLv3 Image

Invidious is Free Software: You can use, study share and improve it at your will. Specifically you can redistribute and / or modify it under the terms of theGNU Affero General Public Licenseas published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

  

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