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`ffmpeg` is a free software project aimed at producing tools (libraries and programs) for handling multimedia data.

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As I had to install my system from scratch I decided to play it safe this time around and follow the documentation for compiling ffmpeg on Centos via the ffmpeg.org site. I followed every command … line by line without any errors until the very final one which was to do with the bash_profile. If I look for ffmpeg on my system it just keeps saying command not found? I don't understand why the …
asked Feb 28 '14 by cea
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I'm trying to add SRT subs to an flv video with following code but says unrecognized option 'vf'. Am I missing something or is there a workaround? I read somewhere you need at least ffmpeg version 7 … for vf to work(?) $ ffmpeg -i takeout.flv -vf subtitles=takeout.srt test.flv FFmpeg version 0.6.5, Copyright (c) 2000-2010 the FFmpeg developers built on Jan 29 2012 17:53:48 with gcc 4.4.5 20110214 …
asked Mar 1 '14 by cea
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I had a static installation of ffmpeg but was running into trouble with config files not found so I have since just deleted it. Then I tried re-installing a more current static version just to see if … it differs from first one I installed a week ago and it does. The first one had the ffmpeg script which I ended up placing in /usr/bin and a ffmpeg-static folder with cache in root. The latest …
asked Feb 23 '14 by cea
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Before I go ahead and wipe my whole system and start from scratch, is there a way I can avoid what just happened on trying to install ffmpeg? I still don't actually know the correct way to install it … be reversed? Starting to think Centos is a headache in as far as ffmpeg goes. Everyone else doing basic commands with it just downloads static version. …
asked Feb 23 '14 by cea
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I tried to enable libass for ffmpeg with this --enable-libass in command but it didn't recognise the command. Does anyone know how to enable libass on Linux? …
asked Feb 20 '14 by cea
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I read you have to be careful with repo files for security with third party ones added. Anyway I have simply been trying to install ffmpeg and I am stuck because yum doesn't like what it is reading … /yum.repos.d/ and named it ffmpeg.repo and placed the following script in it: [ffmpeg] name=FFmpeg RPM Repository for Red Hat Enterprise Linux baseurl=http://apt.sw.be/redhat/el6/en/x86_64/dag …
asked Feb 23 '14 by cea
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On Linux it is easy to use an audio or video grabbing device as input to FFmpeg: ffmpeg -f oss -i /dev/dsp -f video4linux2 -i /dev/video0 out.flv Today someone in kirupa forums said they … used to create flash webcam netstream but now just use linux. That would be great but how do you do it!? I mean how would you do it in Linux to simultaneously grab from a webcam, input to ffmpeg and …
asked Mar 30 '14 by cea
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Giving up on trying to use videosub.js, I am now trying to hard code subtitles to the video file using ffmpeg. Have run into trouble with configuration files not found, when trying to hard code the … type video or I need to go back to fixing the error I'm getting when trying to run the command. I am using Linux CentOS 6.4 using latest static release of ffmpeg for 32bit. That being …
asked Feb 20 '14 by cea