[FFmpeg-user] response to user question
dogdaynoon at gmail.com
Mon Sep 29 06:34:48 CEST 2014
I wanted to respond to that question at the link above. I am not sure how
to do it. This is my first time. :D
I had the same problem as you are having. But on windows.
Mine turned out to be another piece of software that I had installed,
specifically Image Magick, that had added it’s own directory to the Windows
PATH and just happened to have a version of ffmpeg for itself to use as
well. So from that point on, unbeknownst to me, I was running a much older
version of ffmpeg.
I ended up doing C:> “where ffmpeg” at the prompt and it showed me where
ffmpeg was actually getting called from.
If you are running linux I think it is either which ffmpeg or where ffmpeg
that will show you the same results.
Any way, Good Luck
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