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FFmpeg Official Documentation
- Documentation – FFmpeg's own documentation, including links to things like developer guides
- Notes on Maintaining FFmpeg Source Code
- Submit an FFmpeg Logo – Instructions on how to submit a themed logo or banner to FFmpeg
Community Contributed Documentation
- FFmpeg Compilation Guides
- Compile Benchmarks
- Known Compilation Issues – Log of Known Issues and Proposed Solutions When Compiling FFmpeg with Certain Compilers (i.e. Intel C Compiler and MSVC)
- How to quickly compile libx264 as a pre-requisite to using it within FFmpeg
- How to quickly compile libaacplus as a pre-requisite to using it within FFmpeg
- How to quickly compile FFmpeg with libx264 (x264, H.264)
- How to quickly compile FFmpeg with mp3, aac+ and x264
- How to compile FFmpeg for Raspberry Pi (Raspbian)
- How to compile FFmpeg for Android
- Other encoding guides:
- How to capture a webcam input
- How to grab the desktop (screen) with FFmpeg
- Capturing audio with FFmpeg and ALSA
- Filtering Guide
- Fancy Filtering Examples
- Scaling (resizing) with ffmpeg
- Stereoscopic 3D movies with ffmpeg
- Create a video slideshow from images
- Create a thumbnail image every X seconds of the video
- How to take multiple screenshots to an image (tile, mosaic)
- Create a mosaic video out of several input videos
- How to setup Eclipse IDE for FFmpeg development
- Using libav* – Instructions for how to integrate FFmpeg's main libraries into your own custom programs
- Including FFmpeg headers in a C++ application
- General command line usage:
- Working with other tools:
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Wiki Page Index
For a complete list of all local wiki pages, see TitleIndex.
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