You mean the command line tool, right?
Do you need to add a video stream to the audio?
There's not much magic to install ffmpeg but tricky nonetheless.
Did you download the ffmpeg.exe file already?
I've placed it under Windows/System32 so that I can reach it from anywhere.
But the usage is for later.
Just tell me how far you've got so far.
On 04/09/2020, PeterTighe <pstighe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I am afraid I am very new at this!
I am trying to install ffmpg on a windows 10 machine, and I cannot do it
the life of me!
I would like to convert an mp3 file or wav file to an m4a
Is there any other utility which can do this or is their a secret to
On to a Windows 10 computer?
Thank you very much.