I need lame for converting wav recordings as it keeps saying
"You are missing support for the following HTML5 codecs: oga,mp3,m4a. To fully support HTML5 browser playback you will need to install programs that can not be distributed with FreePBX. If you’d like to install the binaries needed for these conversions click ‘Resolve’ in the lower left corner of this message. You can also safely ignore this message but browser playback might not work in your browser.’
when I run yum install lame, I get :
No package lame available.
Error: Nothing to do
you don’t NEED lame, you need something that handles mp3 files.
ffmpeg should cover them all.
tar -xvf lame-3.99.5.tar.gz
I am not using mp3 but wav files and get that error. Will ffmpeg still be what I need?
All the audio and video formats you can thi k of (and a few more
FFmpeg is a free software project, the product of which is a vast software suite of libraries and programs for handling video, audio, and other multimedia files and streams. At its core is the FFmpeg program itself, designed for command-line-based processing of video and audio files, widely used for format transcoding, basic editing (trimming and concatenation), video scaling, video post-production effects, and standards compliance (SMPTE, ITU). FFmpeg includes libavcodec, an audio/video codec ...
I read the site but where are the instructions for installing on Freepbx? I found several none for distro
I don’t use the “distro”, perhaps some-one who does can help.
If you use the new distro these are already installed. If you use the old distro there is no way to get them
so I need to upgrade from freepbx13 to 14?
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