[FFmpeg-user] man ffmpeg absent
tiglio at icloud.com
Tue Jul 18 00:22:32 EEST 2017
Again, macports is a package manager to make your life easy when installing open source software such as in this case.
Here’s who to install mac ports. You need to:
1) Install the macports version depending on your Mac OS version
Then follow instructions (1-4). There is no need for you to compile anything.
2) Then, finally, just type in a console
sudo port install ffmpeg
It will install all dependencies and so on.
You can do the same with pretty much any open source software .
No need to go through make files, compile, move them around system files, etc.
It is really easy, I am happy to help if you get stuck.
> On Jul 17, 2017, at 2:15 PM, ILJA SHEBALIN <iljashebalin2 at gmail.com> wrote:
> So where's the best place to download ffmpeg utilities? I re-visited ffmpeg.org and instead of going with packages designed for Mac platform I downloaded v3.3.2 zip file with bunch of stuff I'm at loss of what to do with. Is it meant for devs to compile, assemble their software or what?
> 17.07.2017, в 12:55, Carlos E. R. написал(а):
>> On 2017-07-16 21:54, Manuel Tiglio wrote:
>>> Hi Carlos,
>>> If you don’t want to build ffmpeg yourself (and other packages) you can use macports (a package manager for Mac)
>> It is not me who asked ;-)
>> Cheers / Saludos,
>> Carlos E. R.
>> (from 42.2 x86_64 "Malachite" at Telcontar)
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