Desc : The CodecPack allows some JavaForce based apps to use native code to work with popular media files.
The latest JF apps will now prompt to download and install the CodecPack automatically if not detected on Windows.|
To manually install, follow these steps:
Download the Shared DLLs from here and extract the DLLs in the bin folder to %APPDATA%\FFMPEG
Use 7Zip to extract them.
You must download the version that matches your Java version, not your Windows.
For example, it is possible to run 32bit Java on 64bit Windows.
Please refer to your Linux distro on installing ffmpeg (version 2.0 (API 55) is currently required).|
Ubuntu:Includes a fork of ffmpeg called libav.org (package:libav-tools) but before version 14.04 was missing libswresample.
Fedora:The following repos rpmfusion.org or atrpms.net have a version of ffmpeg that works.
You can use brew to install ffmpeg. Just install brew and then from the terminal run:|
brew install ffmpeg --with-vpx --with-theora --with-vorbis
FFMPEG Version 2.0 was released on July 10, 2013.