[FFmpeg-user] libtheora, libmp3lame, vidstab, libvorbis, and libxvid not found on OS X

Rodrigo Polo rodrigo.polo at gmail.com
Wed Apr 20 06:35:30 CEST 2016

On Sat, Apr 16, 2016 at 4:29 AM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl at thelounge.net>

> Am 15.04.2016 um 22:39 schrieb Rodrigo Polo:
>> I did, Do you read my entire first mail where I said that I didn't
>> included because it looks like all the libraries had the same issue and
>> that for that reason I included all software and libraries version?
> there was a reason that somebody wrote the code to produce "config.log"
> nobody cares how something looks for you, do as you where told - period

At your orders sir. Jim Worrall told me that I have developed an
attitude... well...

> if you would understand it's content you would have long ago solved your
> problem without asking anybody for help so NOBODY CARES what and why you
> included - do as you are told or find your solutions at your own

It is not about solving an issue I have, I already solve my issue, I'm
showing that following the official FFmpeg guide to make a custom build
isn't complete, and I know that the way I used to fix the problem isn't for
beginners. What intrigues me is why you and Jim respond in such a visceral
way, with upper case indicating that "NOBODY CARES", dude, if you don't
like reading dump people questions why you are subscribed to a mailing list
to help people? people are dumb, everybody is ignorant about something, you
don't have to be that emotional to respond some one if you really want to
help, and if your main priority is to give a hand, you would read a
complete email no matter if it is top-posting or not.

> as well as you appearently have a intellectual problem by continue
> top-posting and respond with "if I don't know what top-post means" to "do
> not top-post here" instead enter it in Google
> https://www.google.com/search?q=top-post&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

If you want to be more visceral, next time use a link like this:

> I'm trying to make a guide for compiling ffmpeg on OS X using brew, I'm
>> following the official wiki guide from ffmpeg, it isn't complete and
>> accurate, you can replicate my same issues anytime following that guide.
> when you follow the guide as proper as you followed "Include the log file
> config.log produced by configure" no wonder that you don't get far
> Try your self and see, I really don't have any reason to lie to you.

> On Apr 15, 2016, at 1:44 PM, Carl Eugen Hoyos <cehoyos at ag.or.at> wrote:
>>> Rodrigo Polo <rodrigo.polo <at> gmail.com> writes:
>>> Include the log file "config.log" produced by configure
>>>> as this will help solve the problem.
>>> Did you read this?
Of course I did, and I'm really and truly sorry for making the assumption
that this mail list was read by people who can understand a trivial error
like a missing library, I though something that trivial didn't require a
copy of the log files because the reason was quite obvious, but again, my
mistake, it would never happen again.

Thanks for your help.

Just a final though, I really hope that some one can review the guide on
how to create a custom FFmpeg build on OS X using Home Brew, I bet most
users will appreciate it.

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Rodrigo J. Polo

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