So I downloaded many .tars (lame, faad, libmpeg, xvid...)* then extracted them passed on `--prefix flag` such that they were all neatly installed in respective /opt/bin, /opt/include, /opt/lib. Then I tested each executable & they were working fine. Some of them too were made symlinked in /usr/bin & everything worked fine.
*previously only faac was installed by default in /usr/bin
Now I don't want ffmpeg because back in windows I always used x264 syntax with custom patches a good example is https://github.com/astrataro/x264_tMod
The problem while compiling x264 is that it doesn't recognize the newly installed audio codecs in /opt it only recognises the faac which previously was installed default to /usr I tried symlinking but x264 doesnt pick them up? Though I can access every function of executable properly from terminal?
as you can see only faac is picked up is there any method to direct x264 to know that it had to pick other libraries from /opt ?Code:./configure --enable-nonfree --enable-shared --disable-opencl --prefix=/opt fatal: Not a git repository (or any of the parent directories): .git fatal: Not a git repository (or any of the parent directories): .git platform: X86 system: LINUX cli: yes libx264: internal shared: yes static: no asm: yes interlaced: yes avs: no lavf: no ffms: no avi output: no audio: yes (raw, faac) gpl: yes nonfree: yes thread: posix filters: crop select_every hqdn3d pad vflip subtitles yadif debug: no gprof: no strip: no LTO: no PIC: no visualize: no bit depth: 8 chroma format: all opencl: no
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