Originally Posted by slaine
There is no logs and everything is chmod 777 that should. any ide if any port on the router should be open other than 80 ! ANd no havnt changed anything in the code. Yes it generates i change path to ffmpeg to try and i got error that it doesnt exist.
You are running your own server?...you own the server? Might want to try paying for a managed server/service if you are having difficulty on your own...
I've never heard of ffmpeg requiring an additional port to be opened to run correctly...
If you aren't getting any log files, then the ffmpeg commands are never even executed. (Assuming your /logs directory permissions are set correctly.)
Maybe you are having trouble with PHP's exec()
? Perhaps in some way you need to grant other IPs/users the ability to access and run ffmpeg (or, for that matter, any executable programs on your server)?
I'm really grasping at straws here because you say the code works perfectly for you locally, but usually? doesn't work for other IPs.....so if the code isn't the problem, then there is something wrong with the server configuration...something that I cannot see or detect from where I am, using the information that you have provided....