[Libav-user] The use of FFmpeg on a web server in the background

Dan From dan.from at gmail.com
Tue Jul 3 21:49:28 CEST 2012


I am having an idea for a webpage, that would use the FFmpeg library in the
background, and therefore not directly let the user use it.
Without given to much details, the final product would be something ala
Youtube, where the user also cant see whats going on behind the scenes.
Would i be able to use the LGPL version for that, without given the source
code for the whole project?
If yes, what should i do if the project get aired. Can i just include part
nine of "License Compliance Checklist" on this page
http://ffmpeg.org/legal.html in the footer on every page?
Or is there something more i should do?

/ Dan From
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