[Ffmpeg-devel] Compiling ffmpeg on Max OS X

Anthony N. Frasso afrasso
Fri Jun 9 03:23:22 CEST 2006

I downloaded the most recent version of ffmpeg this
evening.  Unfortunately, errors occurred when I
attempted to compile it.  I am using Mac OS X version
10.3.9.  Here is the output:

warning: static declaration for `lrintf' follows
cc -Wl,-dynamic,-search_paths_first  -g -o ffmpeg_g
ffmpeg.o cmdutils.o -L./libavformat -lavformat
-L./libavcodec -lavcodec -L./libavutil -lavutil
-lmp3lame -lxvidcore -lx264
ld: table of contents for archive:
/usr/local/lib//libxvidcore.a is out of date; rerun
ranlib(1) (can't load from it)
ld: warning multiple definitions of symbol
./libavformat/libavformat.a(os_support.o) definition
of _localtime_r in section (__TEXT,__text)
/usr/lib//libSystem.dylib(localtime.So) definition of
make: *** [ffmpeg_g] Error 1

Here was the output from running ./configure:

# ./configure --enable-mp3lame --enable-xvid
--enable-x264 --enable-a52 --enable-gpl
big/little test failed
install prefix   /usr/local
source path      /Users/tony/Software/ffmpeg
C compiler       cc
make             make
CPU              powerpc (generic)
big-endian       no
inttypes.h       yes
broken inttypes.h no
AltiVec enabled  yes
gprof enabled    no
zlib enabled     no
lzo enabled      no
libgsm enabled   no
mp3lame enabled  yes
libogg enabled   no
Vorbis enabled   no
Theora enabled   no
FAAD enabled     no
faadbin enabled  no
FAAC enabled     no
XviD enabled     yes
x264 enabled     yes
a52 support      yes
a52 dlopened     no
DTS support      no
pp support       no
debug symbols    yes
strip symbols    yes
optimize         yes
static           yes
shared           no
video hooking    no
SDL support      no
Sun medialib support no
pthreads support no
AMR-NB float support no
AMR-NB fixed support no
AMR-WB float support no
AMR-WB IF2 support no
network support      yes
IPv6 support         no
License: GPL
Creating config.mak and config.h...

Any thoughts on what is going on?  Any and all help
will be greatly appreciated!!!

Anthony Frasso

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