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  1. This is the thread to post queries or requests about the ffmpeg binaries for Windows available at https://www.gyan.dev/ffmpeg/builds/
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  2. Any Git Full static linked 32-Bit version?
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  3. That needs a separate build environment. Too much hassle for too little demand. I think LigH.de makes them from time to time.
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  4. Hello. Thanks for your efforts. We 'd also need a LGPL version to include ffmpeg in commercial software.

    Best,
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  5. A LGPL build is possible but workhorse libraries like x264 can't be included, and frequency of updates will be lower (probably monthly). Which libraries are useful for commercial bundlers?
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  6. Hello there mate and thank you for putting this effort to provide nicely packed .7z builds!
    However I noticed a small error. While you do mention libvpx being present in the builds it actually isn't!

    DEV.L. vp9 Google VP9 (decoders: vp9 libvpx-vp9 vp9_cuvid vp9_qsv ) (encoders: vp9_qsv )

    it's just listed as a decoder but not as an encoder lib.
    Thank you for your time once again.
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  7. It's due to the latest commit in libvpx. A new header was added but isn't installed with the static lib, so ffmpeg disables the encoders during configure. Google's been informed.
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  8. Thank you for your reply, that does mane sense. However the people at https://github.com/BtbN/FFmpeg-Builds/releases seem to have found a workaround as libvpx works as an encoder there, however I prefer your builds so maybe you could somehow include their fix as well. Anyway, take care mate and thank you once again.
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  9. They clamp libvpx to a commit from Sep 16 2020. Mine uses the latest available at time of build.
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