Hoarders, archivers, rippers, anyone who can help - this is an all-call to you for help!
tl;dr - 1) is anyone capturing/ripping/uploading/sharing Spotify Joe Rogan Podcast videos and if so how/where / 2) if no one is, can someone start doing it OR tell/show us how to do it, please?
>Exhaustive over-explanation below Thanks to some very kind anons, you can relatively easily download every YouTube-era JRE video >past3b1n gqwPPRL6 Some other anons have gotten the last few videos online as well. Basically, all of the JRE videos up to 1530 were on YT. 1530 and beyond, they're on Spotify.
JRE videos drop what, 5 a week? Basically every day that goes by makes it harder/time-consuming to get older videos. JRE is already up to 1750 - that's 230 that have to be acquired before we can start only having to grab an episode a day.
So, has anyone been doing this? If so, how? Where are they being uploaded to (mega? torr? paste? googledrive?) I've tried a bit of snagging on my end, but came up with nothing. Basically I tried JD2 and 4KVD but neither worked. I tried viewing an episode with both a standard and a premium spot account and trying to rip the videos using in-browser apps like VDH, but those didn't work either. I read that if you had premium you COULD download the videos for offline viewing, but it downloads an 'encrypted' version of a video spread across 80+ folders with a bunch of data files inside - that won't work. Spent an entire day trying what I knew to try and google, but no luck.
AFAIK, there's no way to download JRE videos. Seems the next option is playing the videos and screen recording them one by one. That's 230 episodes to even catch up to today, and that's months of work alone before you can get to an episode-a-day schedule.
Anons, tech wizards, web coding enthusiasts, video downloading gods - please, please, please come together and tackle this issue. We need the past Spotify videos downloaded, and we need a daily video downloading method. Help!!!