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Use Foswiki as ffmpeg frontend
I would like to use Foswiki as a frontend for ffmpeg.
Since it is possible to call Perl scripts (as mentioned in CommandAndCGIScripts
), I guess it should be also possible to call any shell command.
Could you tell me:
- if there any example of calling shell scripts from Foswiki in documentation?
- how can I implement attaching/uploading file and get it's name (so that I will be able to redirect it to the ffmpeg)
- 02 Oct 2015
If I'm not mistaken, Foswiki does not allow for directly calling arbitrary shell scripts for security reasons. I suspect that you would have to create a custom plugin to wrap around the ffmpeg commands. This may not be as difficult as it first appears. The place to start is to look at DevelopingPlugins
- 28 Oct 2015
| Subject || Topic Markup Language and applications |
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| Version || Foswiki 2.0.0 |
| Status || Answered |
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