[FFmpeg-user] man ffmpeg absent
iljashebalin2 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 18 00:32:14 EEST 2017
Thanks, I'll consider moving to Macports. I just wanted to know what is that and how is that different from three binaries for OS X that I had downloaded before? I'm not that smart to pretend to be a CLI guy so these things are to Greek to me comprehending how-to and what is what. What advantage does the bundle have over bare bone binary executables (UNIX execs in this case)? Do they enhance my experience supplementing basic features with extra ones?
18.07.2017, в 0:22, Manuel Tiglio написал(а):
> 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.
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