I'm pretty new to using SSH and such to install software. I'm trying to use https://github.com/eyecatchup/php-yt_downloader on my site (http://voddr.com/yt/index.php?id=yrreBFLghMc) but as you can see, it comes back with the error "You must have Ffmpeg installed in order to use this function."
I have installed ffmpeg, using Nux Desktop (see the guide I followed here: https://www.vultr.com/docs/how-to-install-ffmpeg-on-centos)
When typing "ffmpeg" into SSH it comes back with this, which must mean it is installed:
Also, I tried the command "which ffmpeg", which returned the path of ffmpeg: "/usr/bin/ffmpeg"
which ffmpeg to detect whether it is installed, and if not, it returns the error "You must have Ffmpeg installed in order to use this function." - but if I'm able to use it fine from my SSH window, why can't the script detect it?
All I'm wondering, is there something else I must do when installing software to allow a domain to use it (like install the software in the domain's path?), or is this entirely a problem with the
php-yt_downloader resource? I'm using CentOS 7 and Plesk web panel.