[FFmpeg-devel] Donation to FFmpeg

Frantisek Korbel programmer at EcologyFund.net
Fri Jan 18 11:00:05 CET 2013

Good day,
please this is a remainder about including a link to documentation.html,
link can be modified or included to other page:

<li><a href="http://ffmpeg.tv">Book FFmpeg Basics</a> by Frantisek Korbel,
describes various FFmpeg features and common tasks.</li>

Please inclusion was discussed with Michael Niedermayer, my plan is to donate
10% from net profit to the project. Please help to promote the book, if you
want to review it, the PDF version will be sent to you.
Please in meantime the book received 5 stars review on Amazon.com

January 12, 2013
Outstanding effort, exceptionally useful, practical book 
By justiceDefender 
The book features the vast collection of useful ffmpeg command line arguments, grouped around the sensibly chosen set of topics. Highly recommend it as a great reference tool to anyone using ffmpeg.

and other reviews on LinkedIn video experts groups:

Thank you for sending me a copy. I've skimmed it and can already tell that a book like this is sorely needed due to lack of documentation, or at least how to use the documentation in writing scripts to transcode video. You are more than an expert than I but I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn ffmpeg and is already at a beginner or intermediate level with it.
Jeff McCormack - Manager, Video Products, Rogers Digital Media at Rogers Communications

Had a chance to briefly view the pages of the book, from the Amazon samples. I'd say, at glance, it looks like an excellent reference and guidance. I'd been keen to do a review on your book, and even buy it, as it contains great deal of valuable information. However, if you'd like to send me a PDF copy, that would be nice as well, just send me a private message. 
I use many of the tools in the industry and often have to deal with combinations of elements that commercial tools cannot do. This is where FFMPEG comes to the rescue. Of course knowing its strength and weaknesses is what helps me to achieve the desired outputs. Hence, any and all resources, provide guidance into the core of the understanding for the inter-works to increase the consistency of the output. 
Thank you for putting this together and making it available for public consumption.
Best Regards,
Maxim Levkov at Adobe Systems

Thank you very much in advance,
Frantisek Korbel, webmaster
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