[FFmpeg-user] ffmpeg issue
de.techno at gmail.com
Sun Dec 11 09:10:44 CET 2011
On 12/11/11 05:06, Darryl Lewis wrote:
> On 11/12/11 8:05 AM, "doreisan"<doreisan at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Don't get me wrong. I love linux and after getting used to it I love
>> That being said, the point of this note is to exclaim out loud the
>> following critique: ffmpeg is useless and impracticle.
> So you love something that is "useless and impracticle"? Passive
> aggressive much? (BTW, I'm not sure what "impracticle" is, but I know what
> useless is, so I'll assume it is along the same lines)
>> 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?
> Speak to the patent attorneys (Hint, they cost about $200/hr, but this
> list is free [see, I can do passive aggressive too]). Or speak to your
> politicians/king/ruler/dictator who agree with software patents and get
> them to change their minds on it.
>> 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
US laws mostly. Other laws include Japans and South Korea.
>> Flying sphaghetti monster dammit!
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