[FFmpeg-user] documentation in spanish

juan carlos Rebate nerus492 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 6 19:43:10 CET 2016

moritz I do not want any front-end, these are often very poor and
basic, the command line is not complicated, the question is that the
documentcion is unclear, little concise, should build a clean

2016-03-06 19:28 GMT+01:00 Moritz Barsnick <barsnick at gmx.net>:
> On Sun, Mar 06, 2016 at 17:33:22 +0100, juan carlos Rebate wrote:
>> is not wrong, if you look at the section vera protocols;
>> ffmpeg -i somefile.ogg -c copy -listen 1 -f ogg http://server:port
>> this is to send a local file via http,therefore I would say to convey
>> the same way
>> ffmpeg -i rtp:// -c copy -listen 1 -f mp4 http://localhost:80
> Juan Carlos, this is a big misunderstanding, on several sides. Indeed,
> the example says that, and it doesn't say anything about caveats and
> restrictions. Yet it is an example regarding HTTP serving, not on the
> complete chain of actions. (It's an *example*, so I don't even think it
> should.)
> The bigger misunderstanding is your deduction that your command line
> should work. Just as running ffmpeg is complicated and complex, so is
> the whole topic of multimedia conversion. If you want something to take
> the complexity and the problems away from you, you will need some sort
> of front-end which tries its best at that. ffmpeg on the other hand
> allows you to access almost any detail of the conversion process, and
> will error out in various scenarios, and most often give good error
> messages. In your case, it gave a good error message, and it means:
> Whatever your input (from rtp:// is), it cannot by muxed into the "mp4"
> format.
> If you show us the command line and the complete, uncut console output,
> we can try to help in making your command work, or explain why it can't
> work. (And not in Spanish, sorry.)
>> States, the other countries were allowed to dupe the smokescreen of
>> the United States
> Sorry about the lack of Spanish documentation. It is hard enough to
> find people to improve the English documentation. Please do understand
> that none of this is done professionally, i.e. as a job with a regular
> pay. Instead almost all of it is volunteer work by extremely committed
> people. If you can help out or if you know someone who could, you and
> they are very welcome!
> Constructive feedback is of course also welcome.
> By the way, the documentation you are looking at is very much of a
> reference, not necessarily an introduction. There are other better
> sources of introduction, like the initial chapters of the docs, or the
> ffmpeg wiki.
> Moritz
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