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Juan carlos Rebate nerus492 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 26 07:14:34 EET 2020

Yes, it's for personal use, However if you compile two separate versions
there would be no licensing issue if you share it, would it?

El lun., 26 oct. 2020 5:49, Carl Zwanzig <cpz at tuunq.com> escribió:

> On 10/25/2020 9:16 PM, Juan carlos Rebate wrote:
> > my question is derived from the license problem that does not allow
> > gpl codecs together with non-free codecs
> I may be mistaken, but as I understand the GPL, if you're not distributing
> anything (building for your own use), there are no license problems with
> mixing GPL and non-free/encumbered/proprietary components. That means you
> could use -enable-nonfree and -enable-gpl at the same time (I can't
> actually
> try that at the moment).
> If you -do- want to distribute ffmpeg, then you simply can't mix GPL and
> proprietary/non-free parts.
> z!
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