[FFmpeg-user] How to compile FFmpeg with https protocol support in Mac OS X

桃源老師 xanadu6291 at dream.jp
Mon Jan 25 05:07:54 CET 2016

> 2016/01/25 11:06 A.M. Shenme Hao <cumt0516 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I want to compile FFmpeg with protocol https support in Mac OS X and iOS
> system, when i compile FFmpeg in command line with --enable-openssl option
> in Mac OS X EI Capitan(10.11) system, I got the error "openssl not found".
> In fact, this system has a openssl installed. What i did is like this:
>        ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/ffmpeg --enable-openssl
> the console output is like below:
>         ERROR:openssl not found.
> I don't know how to fix ths problem and have to ask for your help, thanks!

Xcode 7.x which can be used with OS X El Capitan does not have openssl header files.  
If you'd like to use it, you must build openssl by yourself.

Also, openssl is in the gray zone of GPL, it is preferred to use gnutls or polarssl instead.

Best Regards,

// Miya
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