MoaTib wrote:Yep, the Debian Multimedia Team is on the way to bring back FFmpeg:
slackguy wrote:early Qt allowed apple consumers to share their printed documents, audio, images, and video to other platforms (ie, win95).
Qt LATER advertised a feature of allowing apple users to release programs using Qt that worked on apple and win95: HOWEVER - offering a "fully apple compatible gui" was never it's advertised intention, and the feature was supposed to be minimal.
Qt's purpose was to prevent a fraud against consumers, that people could not simply share their thoughts, photo albums, etc.
Microsoft never participated: microsoft did (likely still does) do anythign they can to commit fraud upon consumers.
The issue is: becaue a consumer pics this or that "PC" does not mean the company should have any legal right to tamper with their "family photos" or "diary" or what in such a manner to prevent them from sharing this with others. The promotion a computer allows one to create portends one can share what they have created: anything else is truely known as: FRAUD
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