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sudo su -
cd /usr/local/bin
mkdir ffmpeg
cd ffmpeg
tar -xzf ffmpeg.static.64bit.latest.tar.gz
ln -s /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg/ffmpeg /usr/bin/ffmpeg
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ocramot commented Nov 30, 2017

404 - not found

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mukk85 commented Dec 5, 2017

Change the wget and tar lines to the following and it should work.

tar -xf ffmpeg-release-64bit-static.tar.xz

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Thank you!
But how to check whether its installed or not.
When I try to run ffmpeg command.
Its showing bash: ffmpeg: command not found

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Try whereis ffmpeg If you get a response of ffmpeg: /usr/bin/ffmpeg /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg then it's probably a directory change required e.g.

cd /user/local/bin/ffmpeg/
sudo mv ffmpeg-3.4.2-64bit-static/* .

Now the command ffmpeg should work.

It would be great if the script could do this no matter the version number in the middle of this folder

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morugu commented May 16, 2018


404 not found

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Eugst commented May 16, 2018
This guy tired to support it.

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jaredwa commented May 17, 2018

You might have to install from source. To do this, you'll need yasm.

yum install yasm

then you'll want to wget the file here:

You can unzip it as such: tar -vxjf ./ffmpeg-snapshot.tar.bz2

then finally make it as described here:

Type ./configure to create the configuration. A list of configure options is printed by running configure --help.

configure can be launched from a directory different from the FFmpeg sources to build the objects out of tree. To do this, use an absolute path when launching configure, e.g. /ffmpegdir/ffmpeg/configure.

Then type make to build FFmpeg. GNU Make 3.81 or later is required.

Type make install to install all binaries and libraries you built.

Hope this helps!

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