[FFmpeg-user] Failed / strange build script, now with log / script files in link
bouke at editb.nl
Tue May 11 15:08:58 EEST 2021
> On 11 May 2021, at 11:29, Reindl Harald <h.reindl at thelounge.net> wrote:
> Am 11.05.21 um 09:50 schrieb Bouke:
>>> from the Compilation guide it is suggestred that macOS comes with freetype installed.
>>> freetype-config on the ‘good’ machine works,
>>> but on the non-working machine:
>>> -bash: freetype-config: command not found
>>> So, two problems:
>>> 1) not fully static
>>> 2) not able to build on ’some’ machines
>>> What am I missing?
>>> Logfiles and script are attached
>> Logfiles and script is here:
>> Download link
>> https://we.tl/t-UB5Ynvv8DE <https://we.tl/t-UB5Ynvv8DE>
>> (Original script comes from https://github.com/markus-perl/ffmpeg-build-script <https://github.com/markus-perl/ffmpeg-build-script> )
> besides that i won't use Apple or such a sript
Always a pleasure to read your kind comments.
You might be an experienced coder, I’m not. I’m a video editor trying to make peoples life easier.
> can't you read or what did you not understand in **only Linux** in context of "1) not fully static"
What was unclear to you about me stating that I am trying to alter the script?
Besides, from what I read is that for Linux you have an OPTION to do full static, where on OSX its ALWAYS full static.
(And that seems to be the case, except for the mentioned issues.)
So, what do I need to do more then to add —enalble-libfontconfig —enable-libfreetype?
> https://github.com/markus-perl/ffmpeg-build-script <https://github.com/markus-perl/ffmpeg-build-script>
> Usage: build-ffmpeg [OPTIONS]
> -h, --help Display usage information
> --version Display version information
> -b, --build Starts the build process
> --enable-gpl-and-non-free Enable non-free codecs - https://ffmpeg.org/legal.html <https://ffmpeg.org/legal.html>
> -c, --cleanup Remove all working dirs
> --full-static Complete static build of ffmpeg (eg. glibc, pthreads etc...) **only Linux**
> Note: Because of the NSS (Name Service Switch), glibc does not recommend static
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