ffmpeg version?

foreknowapparel posted 22nd of July 2008 in Community Voice. 10 comments.

my host said:

I went ahead and ran "ffmpeg -v" on your server and ffmpeg seems to be
supported just fine:

coke: 07:37 PM# ffmpeg -v
FFmpeg version SVN-r7231, Copyright (c) 2000-2006 Fabrice Bellard, et al.
configuration: --prefix=/usr --mandir=${prefix}/share/man --enable-gpl
--enable-pp --enable-pthreads --enable-vorbis --enable-faac
--enable-libogg --enable-a52 --enable-dts --enable-libgsm --disable-debug
--enable-mp3lame --enable-faad
libavutil version: 49.1.0
libavcodec version: 51.25.0
libavformat version: 51.6.0
built on May 4 2007 15:46:52, gcc: 3.3.5 (Debian 1:3.3.5-13)

Yet, in my test file, there is still no output for the ffmpeg section. And i still get the upload file error. Any ideas? All file permissions are correct.

All php.ini values are adjusted to the proper values and then some... and has been checked in my php info file located at http://www.deciphagear.com/test1.php

The .htaccess file command that is required is already set so thats not the issue i dont think

so is there another version of ffmpeg that i can upload to replace this? im running dolphin 6.1.2 and the latest ray.

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Your server is unix/lynux or freeBsd ?

The server is Linux.
Is the version of ffmpeg running on the server too old to work with Dolphin/Ray or something?
Shouldn't it just run the ffmpeg.exe that I have uploaded with the Dolphin/Ray install...
Might this have something to do with RMS?

What if I download the Ray patch for 6.1.3 (I am using 6.1.2) and upgrade my Ray folder?

Or upgrade my 6.1.2 - 6.1.3 following http://www.boonex.com/trac/dolphin/wiki/6.1.2to6.1.3
all what I know is:
1. ffmpeg (not our product) can be compiled for windows, unix and FreeBSD platform. All its we provide in downloads. So you should have correct version. this is first
In default package ffmpeg for unix system of course
2. you should have correct permissions (777 at `files` folders and 777 to ffmpeg)
3. RMS don`t used for upload process LOL
4. file sizes, try small files, possible you just not able to download big files, so will need change upload file sizes settings see more in both - Ray and server settings
actually it came up as "killed"

the ffmpeg
so im asking boonex support if i can install ffmpeg locally on my hosting account with my server so and point dolphin/ray to use it

following this wiki given to me by my host:

does anyone know where i can find the same version as the dolphin one online that i can use to install i cant find a solid download or anything. im a newb :) and not on the ffmpeg site even
You wont be able to install ffmpeg on a shared host. If you have shared hosting only your hosting company can install ffmpeg as root access will be required.

If you have vps or dedicated you can install ffmpeg. It's kind of a pain in the you know what if you're not familiar with linux command line, or where to get it for that matter, but it can be done.
the install of ffmpeg version that they are using generally over the server is old or something and isnt working with dolphin for the vids :/

howcome i couldnt'? i dont know :( this is bugging me
Anybody can install ffmpeg at shared hosting,
just upload it by FTP and set permissions 777
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