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I’ve noticed multiple posts where users are having similar issues, but I have yet to find an answer other than “have you acquired the YouTube API key?” then the post is closed. I’m genuinely interested if this is going to be fixed, something that is legitimately wrong with how the API key for YouTube is being procured, or if this is something that we will just need to live with in the future. I may not have exhausted my searching, so if this has been addressed elsewhere, please forward me there.
I am receiving the following errors whenever I attempt to add any video via the !songrequest:
[01-04-2019 @ 21:37:13.882 GMT] [♫] YouTube Player is connected! [♫] [01-04-2019 @ 21:37:14.206 GMT] [ERROR] [youtubePlayer.js:109] YoutubeVideo::exception: This video is not allowed to be embedded (ID: vY_kyk8yL9U) [01-04-2019 @ 21:37:14.256 GMT] [ERROR] [youtubePlayer.js:116] YoutubeVideo::exception: This video is not allowed to be embedded (ID: q_Wk_dn-jEg) [01-04-2019 @ 21:37:14.299 GMT] [ERROR] [youtubePlayer.js:123] YoutubeVideo::exception: This video is not allowed to be embedded (ID: 5WRZ-bC5XzE) [01-04-2019 @ 21:37:14.341 GMT] [ERROR] [youtubePlayer.js:130] YoutubeVideo::exception: This video is not allowed to be embedded (ID: 9Y5CCHacHfk) [01-04-2019 @ 21:37:15.693 GMT] [ERROR] [init.js:325] (hook.call, yTPlayerState, ./systems/youtubePlayer.js) No data returned. [01-04-2019 @ 21:37:31.540 GMT] [♫] YouTube Player is disconnected! [♫]
Yes, I have my own YouTube API and I have added it to the botlogin.txt in the config folder. I’m not sure if I am supposed to place it within the YouTube player configuration as well or not but per the note at the top of that file it says that it will be auto-generated when the bot starts.
My question again, do we need to just forget about song requests on PhantomBot? If so, is there a way to disable the !songrequests so I can setup a standalone bot to handle it? Not attempting to be rude, but it is extremely frustrating.