The guide is a little out of date as of the time of this post, you do need to install Yasm in order to make libvpx they say to skip yasm now , and: is now redirecting to: So you have to update those urls under the libogg and libvorbis sections appropriately. At the same time, I was reading in the books not to be adding too many repos too. Poderia me ajudar por favor! This site is running with the theme by. In fact scrolling down the howto you've followed, you'll see: Quote: Problem is specific to avcodec. Please provide a tested commands or tutorials.
This is important; we hope you will take time to read it carefully. The following 2 howtos are using a different repo to install ffmpeg:. I can only suggest you to use your favorite search engine to find another howto. When this happens, you need to remove the old package before proceeding. Only your version did the trick.
Please solve me this Thanks It means just what the output is saying: your system does not have a c compiler. Congratulations, you can now start converting your audio and video files on your server. Since the one you've followed does not work due to wrong header files location, first uninstall the ffmpeg related stuff and use another repo to reinstall them. When you use Google services, you trust us with your information. It does not seem like they have good installation instructions there. It informed me that my current version of conflicted with the new version it wanted to install. Adding this repository is a great way to run the latest offerings of many packages.
Also note that I experienced some bumps in the road while installing everything. Looking for a version other than 2. I may need something like php-ffmpeg too, I am not sure. Go to your Koken Settings page and reload to see whether your install went smoothly. Just nothing for latest Centos 7 on Plesk 12. Sei que isso aqui nÃ£o eÂ´fÃ³rum, sou brasileiro, queria saber como faÃ§o isso! While many of you may not experience these issues, I found it important to document these problems and how I fixed them in case you encounter them.
Just make sure when you switch users that you are in the correct directory. I cant do that with yum install ffmpeg, and I was reading that I could add an extra repo. I also had to install yum-utils to get access to yum-config-manger. Wasn't too painful should take about 20-30 min if you make the small changes I suggest. I added to my check list a note to verify that my Perl code functioned correctly after the install.
What is the best way to install that, as of now? Below is an example of media file conversion. Preface Note that I did all the following steps on a server. For example, yum told me that it was going to replace my current interface library for with a new one. Hi i tried to install ffmpeg-php when am configuring by this. Here's the output from it: Code: rpm -qi ffmpeg Name : ffmpeg Relocations: not relocatable Version : 2. Code: ffmpeg -buildconf ffmpeg version 2.