[Red5] convert wmv, mov, avi to flv
aclarke at vlideshow.com
Fri Apr 18 21:50:01 PDT 2008
On Linux, install the mp3lame library, and then get the latest FFMPEG (from
tip of tree). Then compile and you should be able to convert most videos
into FLV files with mp3 encoding by doing something like:
ffmpeg -i yourfile.mov -acodec mp3lame -vcodec flv outputfile.flv
You can find FFMPEG download instructions here:
You can find mp3lame download instructions here:
On Sat, Apr 19, 2008 at 12:29 AM, blue ° <paranoio at gmail.com> wrote:
> im working in a red5 based project where the admins should be able to
> upload videos (wmv, mov, avi) and then users can watch those videos using
> streaming (red5).
> My problem is how to convert wmv, mov or avi formats to FLV using linux,
> i have read there is some limitations when using ffmeg to convert formats
> like having no sound on the final FLV .
> Could someone suggest an alternative to ffmeg or maybe a workaround to
> stream uploaded videos ?
> Thanks in advance :p
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