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 1Test that an Echo-Nest-Remix-compatible version of ffmpeg is installed.
 3Run the tests like this:
 4    python
 6If you want to test that your version of ffmpeg can handle a particular file, 
 7(like if you're planning on analyzing OggVorbis files and want to make sure
 8your ffmpeg can decode them), run like this:
 9    python my_crazy_audio_file.mp47
11If any of these tests fail, chances are you are using a version of ffmpeg
12that doesn't have all the codecs it needs installed. To remedy this, either 
13find and install the missing codecs, or use the version of en-ffmpeg provided
14by The Echo Nest. To use the provided en-ffmpeg, copy the binary appropriate 
15to your OS from external/en-ffmpeg/ to the location where your system keeps
16binaries (on mac this is /usr/local/bin/).
18The audio file provided for testing, input_file.mp3, is "Guppies" by 
19Raleigh Moncrief, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License.