Installing FFmpeg in Windows. Download a static build from here.; Use 7-Zip to unpack it in the folder of your choice.; Open a command prompt with administrator's rights. NOTE: Use CMD.exe, do not use Powershell! Mar 06, 2019 Add FFmpeg to Windows path using Environment variables To use FFmpeg in Command Prompt, you need first to add the bin folder containing the FFmpeg executable file to your Windows path. Select download FFMPEG Static. When the download finishes, extract the file and open bin folder. You will see ffmpeg.exe which is the file that I will use to combine MP4 files. In this example, I will copy the file to my MP4 folder. Then, right-click Windows icon at bottom left and select Command Prompt. Just install ffmpeg and python in Cygwin and go from there. Then you have a nice POSIX-y environment to run this and other such pieces of software in. I was able to get the instructions found here to work. At least to the point that typing ffmpeg -version into my command prompt returned a result. The server on which FFmpeg and MPlayer Trac issue trackers were installed was compromised. The affected server was taken offline and has been replaced and all software reinstalled. FFmpeg Git, releases, FATE, web and mailinglists are on other servers and were not affected.
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I'm trying to use this python video converter and I couldn't even run the test. I read in the manual that I had to install FFMPEG separately so I did (I created the folder in C:, the enviroment variable 'path' and tested it and worked) but still doesn't work.
When I run the command:
I get this:
When I run this example code:
I get this:
I can't understand what else I need to do for this to work. Thanks for your help.
It doesn't look like it's 100% Windows compatible yet anyways: https://github.com/senko/python-video-converter/issues/1
Personally I'd suggest using Cygwin: https://www.cygwin.com/
Just install ffmpeg and python in Cygwin and go from there. Then you have a nice POSIX-y environment to run this and other such pieces of software in.
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I was able to get the instructions found here to work. At least to the point that typing
ffmpeg -version into my command prompt returned a result.