[FFmpeg-user] Legal issues related to Nellymoser/Asao decoding.

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Fri Jun 1 13:29:43 CEST 2012

Am 01.06.2012 13:17, schrieb Phil Rhodes:
>> PS: Since I believe you often asked:
>> In this case, "we" are the FFmpeg developers.
> So, if I want to do something with ffmpeg, and one of the developers 
> tells me it's OK, you're guaranteeing me that'll hold up in court, eh?

how do you imagine that this could be possible?

* a developer is not a laywer
* law is different in different countries

it is simply impossible for any developer to guaranteeing you
anything which only a laywer can answer and even they mostly
guess and hope

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