Today we present ffmbc 0.7.2 for the intrepid guinea pigs
I have NOT tested the pesky binary extensively, therefore play at your own risk
Regarding the "non-native" libraries --- I've managed to compile only five of them : -/
(zlib, xvid, x264, Lame, and faac); regarding ffmbc itself,
the compiler returned TONS of warning messages during the process
Anyway, here it goes, here it goes...
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Last edited by El Heggunte; 30th Dec 2014 at 03:44. Reason: disambiguation, update download link
I'll report if there are any issues
Cool, thanks for that.......Got my retirement plans all set. Looks like I only have to work another 5 years after I die........
1) Thanks and thanks =^.^=
2) Just for the notes...
the ready-made ./configure script does not list libtwolame
Besides, libx265, libopus and libfdk-aac remain ignored by the author of ffmbc
"Nobody" uses Speex or Theora (and if you use them, then you are nobody :^P ),
so I intentionally did not build them. The same decision applies to libnut, libxavs and libschroedinger
"Uncompilable" stuff (under my MSYS+MinGW-w64 setup, at least):
libopenjpeg, libvpx, libgsm, frei0r;
Dependency nightmares: librtmp, libass, libfreetype, libvorbis.
3) this is the recipe that has worked for me:
$ export CPATH=/path-to/include $ export LIBRARY_PATH=/path-to/lib $ export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/path-to/lib/pkgconfig $ ./configure --prefix=/path-to --enable-gpl --enable-nonfree --disable-ffprobe --enable-gray --disable-dxva2 --disable-avdevice --enable-runtime-cpudetect --enable-memalign-hack --enable-avisynth --enable-libmp3lame --enable-libx264 --enable-libxvid --enable-zlib --enable-libfaac
Last edited by El Heggunte; 27th Dec 2014 at 21:42. Reason: -.-