Originally Posted by chump2877
1) What is the site URL?
2) Are there log files in the 'logs' directory? If so, please paste the contents of a log file corresponding to a failed conversion.
3) Are permissions on folders set to 0777?
4) Does the _FFMPEG constant value in config.class.php accurately reflect the location of the FFmpeg binary on your server? Common locations are /usr/bin/ffmpeg or usr/local/bin/ffmpeg. You can check this on your server or ask your hosting provider for assistance with this.
5) Do you have the most recent, stable version of FFmpeg for your OS? The first line of FFMpeg log files indicate the date of your FFmpeg version (or you can type 'ffmpeg' at a command line). If the FFmpeg version is several years old, you may need to update to a more recent version.
6) Have you compiled all of the necessary audio/video codecs with FFmpeg? In general, you'll need at least libmp3lame, libx264, and aac codecs.
Let's start with those things and go from there...
hello sorry for delay in my reply i have been really busy...
i think im running linux uses plesk panel i will look in min to check
here is log file...
sh: ffmpeg/: is a directory
thats all it says
i have videos in the video folder though :S
in reply to you numbers...
1. i will pm you this due to privacy issues, only want it for personal use anyway
2. sh: ffmpeg/: is a directory
3. no i hadnt done this... now changed
4. // Constants
const _TEMPVIDDIR = 'videos/';
const _SONGFILEDIR = 'mp3/';
const _FFMPEG = 'ffmpeg/';
const _LOGSDIR = 'logs/';
5. got ext_ffmpeg_20050221.rar from a link on here somewhere i think
6. dont know what this is mate sorry new to all this... can make websites and other things but linux and compiling... n00b alert lol
ill pm you link and ill setup ftp for you so you can view the folder