FFmpeg: Multiple vulnerabilities
I need to install FFMPEG and FFMPEG-PHP on Fedora 11. I've been stuck on this for a while.
I was finally able to install ffmpeg using yum:
# rpm -qa | grep ffmpeg
However, I get a strange error when I try running it:
# ffmpeg -formats
I'm able to get FFmpeg installed on my server but ffmpeg-php NEVER installs correctly. This happens every time:
FFMpeg-PHP Installation Error
Is there something wrong with the ffmpeg installation?
How should I install ffmpeg on CentOS 5.5 32-bit?
I am a newbie in Centos. I installed ffmpeg in my server using yum command. I want to install ffmpeg-php.
Since I cannot find a ffmpeg build that will automatically include a environment variable for the CMD ffmpeg command I'll probably have to do it myself.
However I would like to do so by saving it inside a .reg file.
For example if my path towards FFMPEG is:
How can I write an .reg file that will lin said path with a variable (ffmpeg) that I can use
I have a wave audio file that I want to trim in multiple points like this.
The audio is 1 hour long and I want to have first 3 minutes and from 6 min to 30 min.
In another word, I want to remove 3 min to 6 min and 30 min to 60 min.
I can do with ffmpeg like this.
ffmpeg -i audio.wav -t 00:03:00 -c copy 01.wav
ffmpeg -i audio.wav -ss 00:06:00 -t 00:24:00 -c copy 02.wav
ffmpeg -i 01.wav -i 02.wav
I installed ffmpeg using this command
sudo apt-get install ffmpeg
After the installation i tried this command in terminal
but i got error message like this
bash: /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg: cannot execute binary file
How can i solve this issue?
Installed ffmpeg in 64 bit 12.04 and got this message in terminal:
*** THIS PROGRAM IS DEPRECATED ***
This program is only provided for compatibility and will be removed in a future release. Please use avconv instead.
What is best to do?
I just upgraded a CentOS 6.5 server from PHP 5.4.x to PHP 5.5.x, without any problems. However when I recompile ffmpeg-php-0.6.0 I get this in a PHP info page:
ffmpeg-php gd support disabled
Previous it was enabled. Does anybody have any idea how to solve this? I have tried for several hours.
I have a Qnap NAS (TS-219). It's ARM-based but that's about what I know about it. I have picked up a little linux along the way but I've mainly relied on ipkg for my needs.
I'm running Gallery 3 on the webserver and would like it to show videos also. Using ipkg I installed ffmpeg (0.svn20080409-2). However, when trying to install ffmpeg-php I ran into problems.