Virtual YouTuber Kizuna AI: FBX Converted 3D Model Download

Yep, out of MikuMikuDance and into the Windows 10 3D Viewer.

Virtual YouTuber Kizuna AI has been quite a hit with the Japanese and non-Japanese alike, and she claims to be a Super AI that can’t read or speak English and will someday overwrite your Windows installation.

On her website, she has a MikuMikuDance model (PMX) available for download but since I don’t use that piece of software I was looking for a converter so I could import it into my weapon of choice, Unity3D. Turns out I just needed to use a converter script from a Git Repo, the latest Blender and I was in business.

You can download her model in FBX format here.

If you have any questions or spotted any errors with the exported FBX, please leave a comment or tweet me on twitter (@coburn64). I don’t know much Blender and the UI is a pain in the ass to use, but it was a fun experiment.

Until next time, Coburn out.

YouTube-DL GUI v1.1 Release

I originally intended to keep this application for my own personal use but I thought I’d share it around for anyone who wants a simple and easy to use tool to download a youtube video, or a playlist. (Yes, there are some typos, and will be fixed in the next version).

Copy paste your URL into the box provided, and supply any desired arguments – for example, you might want the best quality available. RTFM for youtube-dl’s switches before asking me, please.

While it is intended for use with YouTube, the GUI tool is actually a wrapper for the command line tool youtube-dl. It uses a custom compiled-as-an-app version of the said command line tool with Python 3.5 that will be downloaded once. This allows me to make bug fixes to the youtube-dl code to fix things and bring in nice features the authors have missed, are just lazy or like slapping “WONTFIX” on their bug reports. Sad!

You may download it from . It’s currently v1.1 and may contain bugs. If you do spot a bug, please report it here or tweet me on twitter (@coburn64). Limited support is given, and comes with no warranty.

Other than that, please enjoy. Isn’t it nice to have a tool to download videos without having the risk of getting malware?