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How To Install FFmbc on Debian Testing

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Every once in a while I decide to install the latest FFmpeg/FFmbc on my machine. Despite all the recent upheaval in the FFmpeg camp, it is still a fabulous open source file transcoding tool. However, I am much more interested in these tools from a professional level, and thus now use FFmbc. FFMedia Broadcast supports a number of high end formats that FFmpeg doesn’t, or at least doesn’t very well – XDCAM HD and IMX/D10 for example. The latest FFmbc-0.6-rc3 has introduced some interesting transcoding preset options to make things even easier.

FFmbc isn’t packaged. It needs to be installed manually. I’ve covered doing this for FFmpeg in the past, but options and switches are always changing, plus some of these in FFmbc are quite different. Here’s how I achieved it today…..

More here: http://stream0.org/2011/03/31/how-to-install-ffmbc-on-debian-testing/

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