[Ffmpeg-devel] Re: Compiling FFmpeg using ISO/C89 compiler
Wed Dec 6 19:11:30 CET 2006
M?ns Rullg?rd wrote:
> Steve Lhomme said:
>> M?ns Rullg?rd wrote:
>>> Steve Lhomme said:
>>>> M?ns Rullg?rd wrote:
>>>>> Steve Lhomme said:
>>>>>> Also note that this problem is due to the recent changes (improvements
>>>>>> ???) to the configure script that consider that everything is available
>>>>>> for every platform by default.
>>>>> It does nothing of the kind. The configure script *checks* what is available,
>>>>> and uses only the things that are found. Moreover, use of most external libs
>>>>> must be explicitly requested, and only then will they be checked for. Do not
>>>>> speak in matters of which you do not know.
>>>> I just checked the official SVN and this behaviour has changed (again)
>>>> since there is much more code to handle the enabling/disabling of
>>>> decoders (and others). You probably never looked at the configure script
>>>> we are talking about (based on some older FFMPEG SVN). So check yourself
>>>> before pointing fingers around.
>>> I have not looked at your butchered version, and I have no intention to do so.
>>> Someone else has already provided ample evidence that it doesn't work properly.
>> It does work for us on both Windows and Mac which is what we support for
>> the moment. Our goal is to have the best possible program for our needs,
>> whatever they may be.
> Judging by the quality of your patches, I very much doubt you are anywhere close
> to having the best possible program.
>> If our code happen to be useful for others, that's
>> good for them, but we will not make compromises with the sole purpose of
>> doing what FFMPEG should we able to do in the first place.
> And what, pray tell, is it you think ffmpeg should be able to do but isn't?
- WMV/VC1, AC3, AAC, DTS, RealVideo40 decoding in the LGPL code, (VC1 is
- DivX encoding using the DivX encoder,
- MP3Surround encoding, keeping all channels (no downmixing),
- DirectShow capture,
- Seeking by bytes in AVISynth scripts,
- Internal file concatenation.
That's all I can think about for the moment.
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