[FFmpeg-user] compile ffmpeg without mp3 support

habib habib.bouaziz at gmail.com
Tue Apr 12 00:31:44 CEST 2016

Le 12/04/2016 00:23, Moritz Barsnick a écrit :
> On Tue, Apr 12, 2016 at 00:15:41 +0200, habib wrote:
>> I have been trying last week to compile mplayer with "--disable-mpg123
>> -- disable-mad" without success because mplayer invoke ffmp3float
>> (please see here after --> mplayer "tells" me the track require a
>> certain mpg123 decoder which is not available because mplayer was not
>> compiled with and surprisingly replace it by a ffmp3float decoder !! )
> Not surprisingly. You disabled mpg123 support, which is a certain
> implementation mplayer uses. You didn't disable ffmpeg's support for
> mp3. (Which is what you're asking I guess.)
oh yes of course that's what i need really ; No mp3 at all. I did not 
understand why some others are speaking about laws or lawyers ...
> You are deep into mplayer territory here, and this is not really the
> right list for that. Though the question remains: How to configure the
> ffmpeg libraries/source included with mplayer when building said
> program?
Why this simple question  is "deep in mplayer territory here" ?
mp3 decoding --> enable-mpg123
no mp3 decoding --> disable-mpg123

Best regards,
> (Anyway, I thought you only had vorbis files? ;-))
> Moritz
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