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Does anyone know how to compile kino's local ffmpeg with xvid, x264, libfaad, etc, etc? I have all the libs installed and have compiled the regular ffmpeg correctly, but I ...
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    kino's local ffmpeg - compiling?


    Does anyone know how to compile kino's local ffmpeg with xvid, x264, libfaad, etc, etc?

    I have all the libs installed and have compiled the regular ffmpeg correctly, but I can't seem to get kino's version to accept the args, maybe my syntax is wrong I do:

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    ./configure --with-ffmpeg-cflags=--enable-xvid --enable-x264 --enable-thisandthat etc...
    but it doesn't work...

    I'm sure a lot of you are smarter than me about this, so I would appreciate you expertise!

    Thanks!

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    What error msg are you getting?
    I doubt I can help much, but if you explain a little more I'm sure someone can help.
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    It's compiling just fine. Kino's version of ffmpeg just won't compile with the options I want enabled...

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    Which Distro are you using and have you tried installing it through your systems repositories?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTbob View Post
    Which Distro are you using and have you tried installing it through your systems repositories?
    I use Slackware, thus no repositories. I think it's just a syntax problem or maybe kino's local version doesn't accept certain args, and will disregard all args if you try to use the unsupported ones, but I've found no documentation regarding this...

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    Execute the configure script with the --help option to get a list of the supported options
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    Good idea Juan Pablo!
    that should help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTbob View Post
    Good idea Juan Pablo!
    that should help.

    ya think?!

    syntax people...what's the syntax?

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    ./configure --help
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTbob View Post
    ./configure --help
    OK... thank you for insulting my intelligence. I thought you were being sarcastic to the other guy, but apparently you really though it was a good idea. I use Slackware, I think I've invoked that command before.

    ./configure --help, still doesn't tell you the syntax to, or the restrictions on the args for the "--with-ffmpeg-cflags=" option, if that's even the option I should be using to pass the proper args to kino's local version of ffmpeg.

    Does anybody know anything about compiling kino?

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