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A scriptable stream downloader for Qobuz, Tidal, Deezer and SoundCloud.
- Super fast, as it utilizes concurrent downloads and conversion
- Downloads tracks, albums, playlists, discographies, and labels from Qobuz, Tidal, Deezer, and SoundCloud
- Supports downloads of Spotify and Apple Music playlists through last.fm
- Automatically converts files to a preferred format
- Has a database that stores the downloaded tracks' IDs so that repeats are avoided
- Easy to customize with the config file
- Integration with
First, ensure Python (version 3.8 or greater) and pip are installed. If you are on Windows, install Microsoft Visual C++ Tools. Then run the following in the command line:
pip3 install streamrip --upgrade
When you type
it should show the main help page. If you have no idea what these mean, or are having other issues installing, check out the detailed installation instructions.
If you would like to use
streamrip's conversion capabilities, download TIDAL videos, or download music from SoundCloud, install ffmpeg. To download music from YouTube, install youtube-dl.
If you want to get access to the latest and greatest features without waiting for a new release, install
dev branch with the following command
pip3 install git+https://github.com/nathom/streamrip.git@dev
For Tidal and Qobuz, you NEED a premium subscription.
Download an album from Qobuz
rip url https://www.qobuz.com/us-en/album/rumours-fleetwood-mac/0603497941032
Download multiple albums from Qobuz
rip url https://www.qobuz.com/us-en/album/back-in-black-ac-dc/0886444889841 https://www.qobuz.com/us-en/album/blue-train-john-coltrane/0060253764852
Download the album and convert it to
rip url --codec mp3 https://open.qobuz.com/album/0060253780968
To set the maximum quality, use the
--max-quality option to
0, 1, 2, 3, 4:
|Quality ID||Audio Quality||Available Sources|
|0||128 kbps MP3 or AAC||Deezer, Tidal, SoundCloud (most of the time)|
|1||320 kbps MP3 or AAC||Deezer, Tidal, Qobuz, SoundCloud (rarely)|
|2||16 bit, 44.1 kHz (CD)||Deezer, Tidal, Qobuz, SoundCloud (rarely)|
|3||24 bit, ≤ 96 kHz||Tidal (MQA), Qobuz, SoundCloud (rarely)|
|4||24 bit, ≤ 192 kHz||Qobuz|
rip url --max-quality 3 https://tidal.com/browse/album/147569387
Search for albums matching
lil uzi vert on SoundCloud
rip search --source soundcloud 'lil uzi vert'
Search for Rumours on Tidal, and download it
rip search 'fleetwood mac rumours'
Want to find some new music? Use the
discover command (only on Qobuz)
rip discover --list 'best-sellers'
Download a last.fm playlist using the lastfm command
rip lastfm https://www.last.fm/user/nathan3895/playlists/12126195
For extreme customization, see the config file
rip config --open
If you're confused about anything, see the help pages. The main help pages can be accessed by typing
rip by itself in the command line. The help pages for each command can be accessed with the
-h flag. For example, to see the help page for the
url command, type
rip url -h
For more in-depth information about
streamrip, see the help pages and the wiki.
All contributions are appreciated! You can help out the project by opening an issue or by submitting code.
If you're opening an issue use the Feature Request or Bug Report templates properly. This ensures that I have all of the information necessary to debug the issue. If you do not follow the templates, I will silently close the issue and you'll have to deal with it yourself.
If you're new to Git, follow these steps to open your first Pull Request (PR):
- Fork this repository
- Clone the new repository
- Commit your changes
- Open a pull request to the
Please document any functions or obscure lines of code.
To help out
streamrip users that may be having trouble, consider contributing some information to the wiki.
Nothing is too obvious and everything is appreciated.
Thanks to Vitiko98, Sorrow446, and DashLt for their contributions to this project, and the previous projects that made this one possible.
streamrip was inspired by:
I will not be responsible for how you use
streamrip. By using
streamrip, you agree to the terms and conditions of the Qobuz, Tidal, and Deezer APIs.
Consider contributing some funds here, which will go towards holding the premium subscriptions that I need to debug and improve streamrip. Thanks for your support!