Provided by: libwww-nicovideo-download-perl_0.06-2_all bug


       WWW::NicoVideo::Download - Download FLV/MP4/SWF files from


         use WWW::NicoVideo::Download;

         my $client = WWW::NicoVideo::Download->new(
             email => '',
             password => 'PASSWORD',

         $client->download("smNNNNNN", \&callback);


       WWW::NicoVideo::Download is a module to login, request and download video files from Nico
       Nico Douga.


             $client = WWW::NicoVideo::Download->new(%options);

           Creates a new WWW::NicoVideo::Download instance. %options can take the following
           parameters and they can also be set and get using accessor methods.

       email, password
           Sets and gets email and password to login Nico Nico Douga. Required if the User Agent
           object doesn't have the valid session or cookie to login to the site.

           Sets and gets LWP::UserAgent object to use to send HTTP requests to
           server. If you want to reuse the browser Cookie that has the signed-in state, you can
           set the Cookie to the UserAgent object here.

             # use Safari sesssions
             use HTTP::Cookies::Safari;
             my $cookie_jar = HTTP::Cookies::Safari->new(
                 file => "$ENV{HOME}/Library/Cookies/Cookies.plist",
             my $client = WWW::NicoVideo::Download->new;
             $client->user_agent->cookie_jar( $cookie_jar );

             $client->download($video_id, $file_path);

           Prepares the download by logging in and requesting the FLV API, and then download the
           video file. The second parameter is passed to LWP::UserAgent's request() method, so
           you can pass either local file path to be saved, or a callback function.

             my $url = $client->prepare_download($video_id);

           Prepares the download and returns the URL of the actual video. See eg/
           how to make use of this method.


       Tatsuhiko Miyagawa <>

       Original download code for Plagger was written by Yusuke Wada and the command line tool
       written by woremacx.


       This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.