Originally Posted by pablos
Done. After that I see next in screen :
/usr/local/bin/ffmpeg/ -i videos/1377702083_521e10c3ef4081.86060449.flv -vol 256 -y -acodec libmp3lame -ab 128k output/Autechre_-_Puch_uuid-521e111d0a2ab.mp3 2> logs/1377702083_521e10c3ef4081.86060449.txt
First, you should remove the trailing '/' here:
And I meant you should try and run that FFmpeg command at that Linux command line (CLI
). See if you can execute a FFmpeg conversion from there.
You may need to substitute absolute paths for the directory paths in the command, i.e.:
/usr/local/bin/ffmpeg -i /home/user/public_html/videos/1377702083_521e10c3ef4081.86060449.flv -vol 256 -y -acodec libmp3lame -ab 128k /home/user/public_html/output/Autechre_-_Puch_uuid-521e111d0a2ab.mp3 2> /home/user/public_html/logs/1377702083_521e10c3ef4081.86060449.txt
Run that in the CLI and then check your 'logs', 'videos', and 'mp3' directories. What do you see in those directories (that corresponds with this particular conversion)? Anything?
Do you get any errors when you run that command?
What happens when you just type '/usr/local/bin/ffmpeg' at the command prompt? Can you paste the resulting output?