[Libav-user] decoding mp3
mwinter at wolfram.com
Mon Nov 25 23:47:31 CET 2013
Sorry if my questions were unclear.
And I wrongly assumed what non-free would do.
But the license compliance checklist looks strictly detailed for lgpl.
For example, lame is lgpl except for the mpeg123 libs they use for decoding which is gpl.
So I guess my question is whether or not the lib for decoding is under lgpl or gpl.
On Nov 25, 2013, at 2:39 PM, Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote:
> Michael Winter <mwinter at ...> writes:
>> What is used for decoding mp3?
> The mp3 (or mpegaudio) decoder.
>> Does it comply with the --enable-nonfree compilation?
> This question makes no sense to me, I suspect "nonfree"
> means something something completely different for you
> than for the FFmpeg developers.
> The --enable-nonfree option of configure allows you
> to compile external libraries that are only available
> under a software license that is not compatible with
> the GPL. It is mostly needed for aac encoders like
> libfaac. It has no meaning for any internal parts
> of FFmpeg, FFmpeg does not contain any code that is
> not licensed under GPL or LGPL.
> (The mp3 decoder is an internal part of FFmpeg.)
> Carl Eugen
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