How to Install the FFMPEG auto installer from

It’s hard to install each option needed for a versatile video streaming script. Luckily the talented guys at make an easy to use script to get FFMPEG and all of the extra tools installed.

First grab the auto installer file, you will need to right click the download button and choose to “copy link address” to get the latest version link. For example the current url now is:

So first run:


Then untar it:

tar -xvzf ffmpeginstaller.8.0.tar.gz

Then go into the folder:

cd ffmpeginstaller.8.0

Now run it!


It will ask you if you want to install everything, just choose yes.

It will install of these:

  • ffmpeg
  • Mplayer
  • A52decoder
  • Amrnb and AmrwbAll
  • codecsfacc and faad2Rubyfdk-aacvo-aacencvo-amrwbenc
  • flvtool2
  • Git
  • Mplayer
  • Lame
  • Libogg
  • Libvorbis
  • Libtheora
  • Libspeex
  • Libflac
  • Libao
  • Libwmf
  • opencoreamr
  • vorbistools
  • X264
  • MP4Box
  • Xvidcore
  • Yasm
  • LibOggz
  • Yamdi

FFmpeg Installation on a cPanel server

This is the free open source ffmpeg installer for  cPanel which is installed from a bash shell script. The purpose of this script is to build a video streaming platform in your Gnu/Linux server. So you can start video streaming websites. This script not only installs ffmpeg but also all the corresponding packages.

The following packages will install automatically.

›Amrnb and Amrwb
›All codecs
›facc and faad2



How to FFmpeg on a cPanel server:

cd /usr/local/src


tar -zxvf  ffmpeginstaller.7.4.tar.gz

cd ffmpeginstaller.7.4


You can get more details here:

Installing PostGreSQL on a Cpanel server

You can install PostgreSQL by running the following command:

# /scripts/installpostgres

Note that after you install PostgreSQL, you will need to rebuild both the internal PHP used by phpPgAdmin, and the PHP used for your sites (they are two different installations). You can do this by running *both* of these commands:

# /scripts/easyapache –build
# /scripts/makecpphp

If you do not run *both* of the above commands *after* running /scripts/installpostgres, your PHP applications and phpPgAdmin will not be able to interact with PostgreSQL.