source mirror of youtube-dl encoded as image with decode commands
convert -depth 8 yt_dl1.png rgb:yt_dl1.part
convert -depth 8 yt_dl2.png rgb:yt_dl2.part
cat yt_dl1.part yt_dl2.part > yt_dl-2020.9.20.tar.gz
@yogthos For what it's worth, here are the sha256sums for the images as I've downloaded them.
ImageMagick's convert can concatenate files, so the lines above could be shortened to:
convert -depth 8 yt_dl*.png rgb:- > yt_dl-2020.9.20.tar.gz
Or even faster: Convert, merge, and extract in one line:
convert -depth 8 yt_dl*.png rgb:- | tar xzv
Your question inspired me to write a script that allows encoding and decoding files from/to one or more images. I haven't gotten around to upload it yet somewhere, but I will do so and get back to you. Please feel free to get back to me, if you haven't heard back from me by Friday! 🙂
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