How to add MediaInfo to a VPS or Dedicated Server

wget http://mediaarea.net/download/binary/libzen0/0.4.29/libzen0-0.4.29-1.x86_64.CentOS_6.rpm
wget http://mediaarea.net/download/binary/libmediainfo0/0.7.64/libmediainfo0-0.7.64-1.x86_64.CentOS_6.rpm
wget http://mediaarea.net/download/binary/mediainfo/0.7.64/mediainfo-0.7.64-1.x86_64.CentOS_6.rpm

rpm -ivh libzen0-0.4.29-1.x86_64.CentOS_6.rpm
rpm -ivh libmediainfo0-0.7.64-1.x86_64.CentOS_6.rpm
rpm -ivh mediainfo-0.7.64-1.x86_64.CentOS_6.rpm

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