[Red5] Converting flv files to mp3..
jason at thepowells.ca
Sun Nov 18 09:04:25 PST 2007
It's not that hard, I just enabled everything on the ./configure line.
Whenever it needs something you don't have, configure stops and tells you.
After the initial build, it's just a matter of checking out the latest
trunk, enabling cool new features (most of which don't need enabling as
they're part of libavcodec) and going.
Word of warning, though, libfaac and libfaad are horrendously old, no
longer maintained pieces of garbage that I had to bootstrap myself
(./configure was either missing or broken, can't remember)
Nathan P. Johansen wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> Using the -acodec libmp3lame worked great. As an FYI to anyone else, I
> grabbed the compiled Windows binary for ffpmeg.rev10908 here:
> I haven't worked up the nerve to try and build ffmpeg over on my Debian
> machine yet, so maybe that's a good exercise for the weekend. :)
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