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hello monks
i have created a very basic youtube downloader

#!/usr/bin/perl use WWW::YouTube::Download; my $client = WWW::YouTube::Download->new; my $video_id=''; my $video_url = $client->get_video_url($video_id); my $suffix = $client->get_suffix($video_id); my $title = $client->get_title($video_id); print "Downloading video $title\n"; $client->download($video_id, { filename => 'vedios//{title}.{suffix}', # maybe `video_title.mp4 +` }); print "Download Complete\n"; exit;

i want to add following features to it.
1. add a progress bar window
2. allow user to download multiple videos
3. and in the end i want to make it a setup which will install my application on a machine which doesnt have perl and the modules which i am using in the application. i am a newbie and dont know how to convert perl code to the setup

please suggest me how shall i work on this and also which are the best modules suited for this task

In reply to WWW::YouTube::Download progress bar,multi-threading and installer? by ansh batra

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