[FFmpeg-devel] Hall of Shame
Thu Jul 16 11:53:53 CEST 2009
Thanks JakeI wish the license were even more strict, and followed the google
mantra of do no evil.
Because what is the possible legitimate use here? I make videos, and I can
tell you, its to rip music.
The fact that ffmpeg is open and free makes it an easy target, but we need
to shut down these use cases, lest we be associated with piracy. And as
Natalie Portman would say, pirates are not cool.
On Thu, Jul 9, 2009 at 3:41 PM, Jake Hartz <jake3311 at gmail.com> wrote:
> The program Free YouTube to MP3 Converter from DVDVideoSoft (
> www.dvdvideosoft.com) uses FFMPEG, although it does not follow the license
> (no reference to ffmpeg is displayed). Also, there may be other products by
> DVDVideoSoft that do not follow the FFMPEG license.
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