First, sorry if this is a silly question. I have little experience with regards to licencing.
I have an app (commercial) in which I need to convert MP4 to MJpeg .avi so that I can use grab the frames of the video in an efficient manner (on mobile). For this I use this library: https://github.com/tanersener/mobile-ffmpeg
To execute this command: FFMPEG -i path1.mp4 -vcodec mjpeg path2.avi
And that is ALL I do with it. I do not modify the source code or anything like that. I also use the minimum version of the mobile-ffmpeg so that there are no extra external libraries (so com.arthenica:mobile-ffmpeg-min:4.4.LTS).
I am totally unsure if this is allowed, since there is just SO much going on. So far, what I can gather is:
- I need to attribute FFmpeg in my about dialog and on my apps store entry.
- I need to atrribute the FFmpeg-mobile library linked above.
I'm not sure if there is anything else that should be done, or if I'm even allowed to use this in a commercial app. (The app will be free to download, but you need to be a client of the company to use it - so it requires login details).