[FFmpeg-user] Libraries missing?

Moritz Barsnick barsnick at gmx.net
Tue Aug 1 10:57:09 EEST 2017

On Tue, Aug 01, 2017 at 08:17:09 +0100, Evert Vorster wrote:

> identifies a .MOD file as a MOD-TRACKER file, which I remember playing
> around on with an 8086 somewhere in the 1990's.
> Using your file in the example , this works:
> ffplay -f mpeg -i MOV015.MOD

Does anyone ever read the complete thread? Michelle reported that that
was solved in this email:

> You may also be able to tell the operating system to interpret the .MOD
> files as video files, but this involves tinkering with the insides of a
> system that is best not tinkered with unless you want to learn some very
> deep and very limited-use knowledge.

Really? You can tell ffmpeg with "-f mpeg". Applications that trust
file extensions and file extensions only are so ... Windows.


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