[FFmpeg-user] ffmpeg issue
de.techno at gmail.com
Sun Dec 11 06:24:35 CET 2011
On 12/11/11 02:35, doreisan wrote:
> Don't get me wrong. I love linux and after getting used to it I love ffmpeg.
> That being said, the point of this note is to exclaim out loud the following critique: ffmpeg is useless and impracticle.
> That begs the question as to just why. After 3 hours of trying I can't get it to enable mp3 encoding. The only reasoning that I'm given for disabling it is some lame excuse that it's proprietory. Ok? Really? Your serious about that?
> Let me be clear, and blunt. It can, in theory, be enabled. It's free to get the lame codec. This is why ppl don't move to linux: every music player on the f'n entire earth uses mp3, not vorbis, not wav, not name-it, but mp3. So when are linux programmers such little bitch ass pansy f'n panywastes? Why not just enable the one everyone uses by default and why such frustration and agony just to do what we will do ANYWAY?
> Flying sphaghetti monster dammit!
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Till date I've not seen a distro in which soundkonverter doesnt convert
to/from mp3. If you don't configure it to use ffmpeg, it'll use lame and
it also supports various other programs.
Also note, for common users to use Linux/BSD, there should be an
administration around for initial setup and completion of requirements,
otherwise it's not possible.
All this after acknowledgment of mint/Ubuntu/OpenSuse/Mandriva etc..
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