[packman] Stripped-down ffmpeg?

Dave Plater 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?
> -Todd
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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