[Ffmpeg-devel] Cross Compiling to Windows CE
Tue Jan 16 11:30:51 CET 2007
I don't know what's the problem now :(
I have the .lib files (avutil-49.lib, avcodec-51.lib and avformat-51.lib)
and I successfully have compiled and linked my project on MSVC++...
I've deployed the file to my device and put the 3 dll's on the same folder (
avutil-49.dll, avcodec-51.dll and avformat-51.dll)...
The program keeps telling me that a file is missing and I can't understand
what it is...
On 1/13/07, Cool_Zer0 <c00jz3r0 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ramiro Polla wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Cool_Zer0 wrote:
> >> Luca Barbato wrote:
> >>> Cool_Zer0 wrote:
> >>>> I don't have any libm inside that folder... But I have the libm of
> >>>> my standard GCC...
> >>>> I'm using the cross-compiler available on VLC:
> >>>> http://download.videolan.org/pub/testing/wince/
> >>> build one yourself it shouldn't _that_ hard.
> >>>> I've been searching on google but I can't find other cross compiler
> >>>> for Windows CE... Do you know of any useful link?
> >>> gcc is perfectly fine, just find the instructions on how to deploy
> >>> it or use a distribution providing it...
> >>>> By the way.. Do you think that with cross-compiling I can compile
> >>>> FFMpeg and use the .lib on Visual C++ projects?
> >>> as usual, if you use an ide that can understand msvc project files
> >>> and uses gcc to compile and link you'll be fine, otherwise you may
> >>> have to experience any sort of pain because of the nonstandard C
> >>> compiler provided by microsoft.
> >>> lu
> >> Looks like I've been able to compile FFMpeg with the correct
> >> "arm-wince-cegcc". My configure looks like this:
> >> # ./configure --cross-compile
> >> --cross-prefix=/usr/ppc/arm-wince-cegcc/bin/ --arch=armv4l
> >> --enable-memalign-hack --disable-ipv6 --prefix=/usr/local/wince
> >> --log=yes --disable-encoders --disable-decoders --disable-parsers
> >> --disable-muxers --disable-demuxers --enable-parser=h263
> >> --enable-encoder=h263 --enable-decoder=h263 --enable-muxer=h263
> >> --enable-demuxer=h263 --disable-ffserver --disable-ffplay
> >> --disable-ffmpeg --disable-network
> >> Not I want to have the libavformat.lib and libavcodec.lib and to do
> >> that I add this tags "--enable-shared --disable-static".
> > I remember you from the FFmpeg on Windows forum. Sorry I couldn't
> > help, but I've never tried WinCE before.
> > Why aren't you configuring with --enable-mingwce? That way, the
> > correct file extensions are used (that might influence something) and
> > if you have MSVC, it tries to create the .lib files. (That is, if
> > you're on Windows).
> > You can also use the static libraries (.a files) with MSVC++ as if
> > they were static .lib files.
> If I really can do that then my problem is solved because the .a files
> are generated...
> > Check http://arrozcru.no-ip.org/ffmpeg_wiki/tiki-index.php?page=MSVC
> > to see how to use the libraries with MSVC++.
> > I have no idea how that will work with WinCE, but it might help.
> > Please add anything to the wiki, if you can. It might really help
> > other people that come accross the same issues.
> If I successfully can use the H.263 compressor/decompressor on a Windows
> Mobile 5.0 you may be sure that I will put some documentation about how
> to do it.
> Thanks for your help
> > Ramiro Polla
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