[Libav-user] Building with purchased libraries
sales at wmspanel.com
Fri Dec 11 05:43:22 CET 2015
Thanks very much for the detailed response, you completely confirmed our
assumptions. We are in process of getting feedback from x264 as well, of
course. We just wanted to know the point of view of ffmpeg community on
We'll proceed with our feasibility study regarding commercial x264 usage in
ffmpeg a compliant way.
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On Fri, Dec 11, 2015 at 9:15 AM, Carl Eugen Hoyos <cehoyos at ag.or.at> wrote:
> On Tuesday 08 December 2015 01:00:47 am Yury Udovichenko wrote:
> > Our company is in process of purchasing binary version of x264
> > library from the legal representative of the library owner.
> The legal representative of libx264 should answer your questions.
> (You pay him, don't you?)
> We - FFmpeg developers - support the GPL version of libx264. If you
> buy another version of x264, I sincerely hope it is not our task
> to give support for that.
> If your question was: "Am I allowed to change configure?" - of
> course you are, FFmpeg is open source software! (You have to
> distribute the sources you used if you distribute binaries based
> on FFmpeg sources, no matter if you changed them or not.)
> The configure check is meant to help you in the sense that you
> don't unintentionally break the GPL, it is neither meant to
> stop you from intentionally breaking the GPL nor is it meant to
> stop you from linking other, proprietary libraries: You have to
> know their license and the implications.
> Thanks, Carl Eugen
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