[FFmpeg-user] Can I use FFmpeg.exe command line in my proprietary software

Mathieu Goutfreind mathieu_g1 at gmx.fr
Mon Aug 8 09:31:07 CEST 2011

Le 08/08/2011 02:22, Phil Rhodes a écrit :
>> Just please consider that this isn't truly helping
>> the users and engineers on this code.
> Well, it is intended to.
> The fact that what I'm saying is unpopular does not make it untrue.
> You could also consider the fact that nobody has answered the question
> - because, I suspect, it is unanswerable.
> If I build an embedded device with ffmpeg in it and rent or sell that
> device to someone, how do I comply? Who, at what postal address, is
> the legal representative of the ffmpeg project authorised to act on
> its behalf in terms of license negotiations?
> The answer to those two questions is, I suspect, "nobody knows",
> because under the current rules nobody can possibly know.
> P
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To comply you can simply put on your website the source code used and
put a link appearing in the product.
Like a legal notice (ex : this product contain programs under the gpl
licence : ....).
you don't need to contact a legal representative of the project.
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