Originally Posted by globusut89
I want to buy and put on my website service that allows Internet users to convert video from youtube, Daily Motion to mp3 etc.
the problem is that I'm a beginner.
And I would like to know a few things before i buy.
1.Which Hosting will be good, that I will create such a service with support for ffmpeg, pacyfichost.com will be good ?
2.The installation and configuration of this script on the server will be difficult ?
Are there any tutorial on how to install and configure this script, I was looking for but I found a tutorial on how to set up but on your own server on linux, but did not find any how to do it on the purchased server like a pacyfichost.com
1) pacifichost.com would be fine for hosting this application. And while their standard, shared hosting supports ffmpeg, you probably won't get the kind of speed you want from an application like this using a shared hosting solution. Instead, I recommend buying a VPS or dedicated server for optimal speed. Of course, you could always start with a shared hosting plan and then upgrade to VPS or dedicated server later as your site grows.
2) The paid-for version of the application comes with example command line-level instructions for preparing an Ubuntu Linux server for this script. But the server configuration approach will vary depending on the Linux OS in use, the level of access you have to the server, and the amount/kind of software already installed on the server. So the included instructions are provided as an example only, as your individual needs will vary.
And while server configuration approach will vary, the installation of the script itself (after the server is configured) is nearly the same for all hosting environments. Please see the individual products pages (Linux
) for more information.
Finally, if you need any assistance with server configuration or script installation, you can always return to this forum thread for free help. I am also available to configure/install things for you, and/or program custom modifications to the code, charged at my hourly rate.
Hope it helps.