[FFmpeg-user] Need help with mac uninstall

Tim Hiles thiles at confex.com
Tue Jul 19 11:43:33 EEST 2016

On Tue, Jul 19, 2016 at 1:26 AM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl at thelounge.net>

> Am 19.07.2016 um 03:05 schrieb Joseph Stralka:
>> I am very novice and really got over my head with the code.  I downloaded
>> the binary file from http://www.ffmpegmac.net/ <http://www.ffmpegmac.net/>
>> and clicked on ffmpeg ffprobe and ffserver files from the zip folder.  My
>> audio now does not work upon start up and the only way the built in audio
>> works is if i plug in the head phones then remove the headphones and then
>> the audio plays on my built in speakers.  How do I fix this problem.  How
>> can I reverse what i did.  I would like to uninstall or remove fix whatever
>> I did in order to get my mac back to wear it was originally.  Hopefully
>> there is a easy solution to this problem and a easy uninstall or erase of
>> the the code.  I just want it gone and not in a position to use your code
>> even though I would love to learn at the the moment I do not have time to.
>> Hope you can help. Thanks.
> that is *not* a ffmpeg problem now does ffmpeg provide any binaries
I believe what Reindl Harald is so eloquently trying to say is ffmpegmac.net
is just someone(s) on the web who compiled ffmpeg and the libraries
together and is offering it to people who don't know how to compile ffmpeg
themselves.  I did take a second of my life to view the website you
mentioned and while I'm not prepared to test out their compiled ffmpeg
build, I will say i noticed at the bottom of the page an email address you
can contact. ffmpegonmac at googlemail.com  Perhaps the person with that email
may be able to better assist you. Good luck.

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