Posts Tagged ‘XviD’

How To: Install Current FFmpeg and FFmpeg-PHP in CentOS/RHEL with x264, Xvid, MP3, AAC and more!

First of all, I’m going to assume you already have httpd and php installed. If you don’t have them already you should install them now. I recommend Jason Litka’s Yum Repository.

This guide is written with bash comments, so the whole text block below can be copied and pasted into an install.sh file if you’d rather not go through step by step. I wouldn’t recommend it though, as something could always go wrong, and it would be rather challenging hunting down the problem in that massive wall of output lines!

Cowon A3 – Every Nerd wants one, they just don’t know it yet.

For the longest time my MP3 Player was an iPod which, in all appreciation for how it changed the portable media market, is vastly inferior to some of the lesser known Portable Media Players to come out in recent years. The most significant, in my opinion, being the Cowon A3–the perfect portable media player for an anime lover such as myself. Why you ask? Format support–this thing can play just about -anything-. It can play H264 (unforunately it doesn’t yet support Main Profile) and XviD and most importantly; supports all sorts of container formats like OGM and MKV (Matroska Video). What does that all mean? Well, I’ll let you put two and two together; more than half of fansubbed anime is released in H264 format in an MKV container. Until now those have been unplayable on any form of portable media! That’s just the beginning of the A3′s awesomeness!

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