Install Guide - CentOS 6 / 7 - FFMPEG + MP4 + FLV, Mplayer + Clipbucket + Extras


#21

While I would take it out I feel that it would be best to keep it in as other scripts use mplayer and it is part of a default video suite. I believe that my files are updated on my files at home I will have to check the scripts and upload a new zip.


#22

I apparently do not have permissions to edit posts here. So I am unable to update the guide. Hoping @saqibcb can help.


#24

start new topic and paste the new topic link here and share it on your own website…

thanks


#25

Permissions have been granted. You should be able to edit posts by now

Saqib Razzaq
ClipBucket Developer


#26

I can edit the more recent ones… but not the main post on the thread… Hmmm Interesting… Discourse must have some weird permission sets.



#27

Hi guys, can anyone help me
I installed clipbucket and everything work properly, but the thing is that when I upload any video the background of the video black and written “not available”


#28

admin settings for video thumb… you need to select how many thumbs you want…


#29

thank you for reply me, but I checked the setting and its already 5.
one more question how can I active my account to allow me uploading pics?


#30

any updated guide for Centos 7 ?


#31

I believe the auto install zip will work on CentOS 7. Some of the other manual processes and setting up services to always run could be an issue as CentOS 7 change its default command structure away from “service XXX start” I will work on a CentOS7 install.


#32

Using the guide I seem to be missing ffprobe, any thoughts? Anyone have a wget command for ffprobe only? It is the last module I need


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#33

Please use this new link. In your case you could probably get away with running ./ffmpeg.sh dont need to do the full installer. For everyone else run the full thing.
http://repo.bstack.net/ffmpegauto/ffmpegauto_v4.0.0.zip


#34

100% work!!! [How to Install FFMPEG Auto Installer on CentOS] just run this command https://www.cybernetwebdesign.com/thread-1.html


#35

This ends up not including a few things. I have taken what that does and added additional items in.


#36

hi
Error:

Installation of ruby-1.8.7.tar.gz ....... started
Installation of ruby-1.8.7.tar.gz ....... started
removing old source
removing old source
--2016-08-18 19:37:14--  http://repo.bstack.net/ffmpegsources/ruby/ruby-1.8.7.tar.gz
Resolving repo.bstack.net... 198.27.86.72, 2607:5300:60:4a1a::
Connecting to repo.bstack.net|198.27.86.72|:80... 

Please Help ME…

tnx


#37

Installing GPAC when running “make lib”
gcc: error: unrecognized command line option ‘-Wl’
gcc: error: unrecognized command line option ‘–warn-common’
make[1]: *** [libgpac.so] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/src/gpac/src’
make: *** [lib] Error 2

then:

[user@server gpac]# make apps
make -C applications all
make[1]: Entering directory /usr/local/src/gpac/applications' set -e; for i in mp4box mp4client testapps/mp4_streamer testapps/mp42ts generators ; do make -C $i all; done make[2]: Entering directory/usr/local/src/gpac/applications/mp4box’
gcc -Wl --warn-common -o …/…/bin/gcc/MP4Box main.o filedump.o fileimport.o -L…/…/bin/gcc -lgpac -lz -lGL -lglut
gcc: error: unrecognized command line option ‘-Wl’
gcc: error: unrecognized command line option ‘–warn-common’
make[2]: *** [MP4Box] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory /usr/local/src/gpac/applications/mp4box' make[1]: *** [apps] Error 2 make[1]: Leaving directory/usr/local/src/gpac/applications’
make: *** [apps] Error 2

I looked around for a fix but nothing seems to be helping so I thought I would try here. FFMpeg seems to be working tho


#38

http://repo.bstack.net/ffmpegsources/ruby/ruby-1.8.7.tar.gz
seems to resolve for me… I know this was over a month ago


#39

Any support would be appreciated. Need this to get working before we buy the paid version.


#40

use my tutorial that is on this forum


#41

The above error is a result of the tutorial for MP4Box shown above and the tutorial install failed as well