[FFmpeg-user] Requesting to add a new book to the "Books about FFmpeg" section?

Mick Finn mkrjf0 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 17 09:39:18 EEST 2020

Does any of the $30 for ebook make it back to ffmpeg development community?

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> On Apr 16, 2020, at 7:59 PM, John Riselvato <jdriselvato at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Yesterday I released my first programming book: "The FFmpeg Bible - 112
> Questions Answered: Edit Audio & Video Like a Pro for Youtube and Social
> Media"
> "This is the ultimate FFmpeg programmers guide for users at any level.
> Readers at the novice level can gracefully learn FFmpeg and become
> upper-intermediate in no time. Soon you’ll be able to edit audio and video
> like a pro! Over 112 Questions fully answered with examples, scripts and
> images!"
> Really it's an introductory book that answers the top 112 questions found
> all over the internet. It's currently available through Amazon in over 13
> countries in both Paperback and Kindle. I'm extremely proud of the
> outcome of the final product and ready to share it with future FFmpeg
> programmers.
> So my question is, is it possible to add this book to the "Books about
> FFmpeg" found here: https://ffmpeg.org/documentation.html
> My website link with all 13 countries can be found here which is the
> preferred link to add to the website:
> http://johnriselvato.com/the-ffmpeg-bible-is-now-on-amazon-paperback-ebook/
> Thank you very much,
> John Riselvato
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