Originally Posted by rbisconti97
Hi, just thought I would point out the there is a issue converting the downloaded flv, the script appears to just stop. I tried it on http://tubeconvert.net
, which has the same issue my site does.
You should qualify your post by saying that the issue is yours, and not necessarily an issue for everyone that uses the software.
The most recent releases of both the free and paid-for versions of my software do in fact still work
. I have just tested both versions in my Ubuntu Server 12.04 virtual machine (installed packages are all fully updated/upgraded, by the way), and everything is working great.
is using the paid-for version of my software. (I know this because it accepts Dailymotion video URLs and is using URL validation found in only the paid-for version.) The owner of the site has clearly neglected to update my software (or his server?) for some time now. And I know this because his site does not accept https:// URLs -- a feature that is now included in my software. So, while it's hard to say exactly
how long the software on his site has not been updated, it is clear to me that it is not the most recent version.
In any case, thank you for pointing this out, and I will remove http://tubeconvert.net
from the Spotlight! section here
If you are having trouble converting downloaded videos, then I need to know the following:
1) Do you have the free or paid-for version?
2) At what exact point does the script "stop"? At the beginning of the conversion progress bar?
3) Are there video files in your 'videos' directory?
4) Are there FFmpeg log files in your 'logs' directory? If so, can you please paste the contents of a FFmpeg log file from a recently failed conversion (you should see errors in the log file)?
The likely scenario here is that your server or the software itself is configured incorrectly. Please provide answers to the preceding questions, and I would be happy to assist you further with this.