[FFmpeg-user] I am confused between your FFMPEG and Sourcefordge FFMPEG

Nicolas George george at nsup.org
Mon Jan 26 17:35:41 CET 2015

Le septidi 7 pluviôse, an CCXXIII, Fernando Cassia a écrit :
> So if you plan to run code that REQUIRES ffmpeg-php to work, my guess is
> that you will need to run ffmpeg-php with whatever ancient version of
> ffmpeg is available for your CentOS.

You may want to emphasize that you do not intend to take any responsibility
for possible security breaches caused by following that advice.

In other words: running ancient versions of FFmpeg on servers (exposed to
hostile data) is a very very bad idea.


  Nicolas George
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