I would also batch it. Keeping a user waiting (unless you have a
"please wait..." screen, which still can take some time and be a bad
user experience) in my experience hasn't been ideal and won't scale
On Sun, Jun 7, 2009 at 11:04 AM, Nitsan Bin-Nun<nit...@binnun.co.il> wrote:
> I thought of using FFMPEG but I have a bit of experience with it.
> Any links or more specific directions would be great.
> On Sun, Jun 7, 2009 at 7:48 PM, <hessi...@hessiess.com> wrote:
>> > Hi Lista
>> > I'm trying to figure how I can turn MP3 files into FLV files on the fly
>> > using PHP.
>> > I'm having a server and I can install 3rd party software in order to
>> > accomplish this conversion.
>> > I have never dealt before with music file comression or anything similar
>> > so
>> > I don't know what I should look after or where I should look.
>> > Any idea would be very appreciated!
>> > Thanks!
>> > Nitsan
>> You may want to use some sort of caching, converting media formats is very
>> computationally demanding. You could use FFMPEG to do the conversion.
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