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Version and GPL OR LGPL

Postby damuffmpeg » Wed Aug 23, 2017 2:21 pm

Hi Guys,

I have downloaded FFMPEG application from your website. I have to check the license compliance with the downloaded version. How can I check my current version and GPL OR LGPL version of my FFPEMG? Is there any command available to get this info?

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Re: Version and GPL OR LGPL

Postby llogan » Wed Aug 23, 2017 4:37 pm

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ffmpeg -L
Get an answer more quickly by providing your actual ffmpeg command and the complete console output. Use the code button to format your command and output or your question will be ignored.
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