[packman] Stripped-down ffmpeg?
davejplater at gmail.com
Sat Jun 25 03:27:55 CEST 2011
On 06/24/2011 11:20 AM, todd rme wrote:
> Currently programs openSUSE offers stripped-down versions of libraries
> like like gstreamer and vlc that exclude codecs that cannot be legally
> distributed. As best as I can tell this is not the case, however, for
> ffmpeg. Is there any way to put a stripped-down version of ffmpeg in
> multimedia:libs or somewere like that so that people can install it or
> use it to compile software that depends on ffmpeg?
Ffmpeg without mpeg would be an empty shell that's why Packman exists to supply software that needs to build against libraries with
restricted content. If you are a large corporation you are a good target to sue.
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