pwcbsd patch for mpeg4ip does not like todays x264
mezz7 at cox.net
Mon Jun 4 03:59:35 UTC 2007
On Sun, 03 Jun 2007 16:03:27 -0500, Heiko Recktenwald <uzs106 at uni-bonn.de>
> Dear Jeremy, thanks!
>> Okay, with this patch, I now can reproduce it. I have grab a fix
>> from gentoo and it gets build further, but it fails on ffmpeg. I guess
>> it doesn't work with new ffmpeg either.
>>  http://tinyurl.com/yr4ubp
>>>>> mp4live compiles when I pkg_add -f some older x264 package over the
>>>>> latest x264.
> It works here now, just wanted to make the problem known.
I have committed this Gentoo's patch in our ports tree. Thanks for report.
> With the port that comes with 6.2.
> Dont know how to update xorg and have so many other things to do in the
> moment (exam) that I cannot care much about updating ports in the moment.
Whomever fix mpeg4ip+patch-mp4live with new ffmpeg, then I can commit your
patch-mp4live if you want me to. I have not check in mpeg4ip CVS yet.
>>>>> Has anybody experienced this as well?
>>>> I can't reproduce it. I can compile mpeg4ip with new x264 just fine.
>>>> You will have to explain better in your report by such as show us the
>>>> errors and other more details.
>>> Yes, the plain mpeg4ip compiled here too, but there seem to be changes
>>> in x264 that are not yet replected in that patch.
>>> The patch is fine, it adds mp4live, which wants video4linux, to the
>>> mpeg4ip port. mp4live is something like Apples Quicktime Broadcaster,
>>> only better ;-)
>>> Btw, can you display H264 video with gmp4player or mp4player? I cant.
>> I don't have any of video file in here, but I have searched in google
>> and found this file.
>> I couldn't get it runs with both gmp4player and mp4player. It works
>> fine with totem. Maybe I can try to check in mpeg4ip CVS to see if
>> there has anything fix for it. If not, then I can't help (due to lack
>> knowledge) so someone will have to fix it.
>>> Best and thanks!
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