There are 3 problems:
First change the name of directory
xvidcap-1.1.3-p7 to xvidcap-1.1.3p7
to be easier to generate an rpm later:
tar -zxvf xvidcap-1.1.3-p7.tar.gz
mv xvidcap-1.1.3-p7 xvidcap-1.1.3p7
tar -zcvf xvidcap-1.1.3p7.tar.gz
Second copy common.h to ffmpeg:
cp common.h ..
Third, use "CC" and NOT "cc" for compiling ffmeg:
in file "configure" change:
echo "CC=$cc" >> config.mak
echo "CC=$CC" >> config.mak
setenv CC gcc32
or configure passing CC=gcc32
configure --with-forced-embedded-ffmpeg \
That should do the job!! Sound and video working
as they should.
PS: I made an spec file if anyone is interested.
If you check out ffmpeg as of April 24 2005, then you can use standard tools on Fedora core 4 (updated as of Jan 30 2006).
Go into the xvid directory xvidcap-1.1.4pre2.
To check out ffmpeg use,
cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/ffmpeg co "-D" "24 Apr 2005" ffmpeg
to configure ffmpeg,
./configure --disable-ffserver --disable-ffplay --enable-mp3lame
and then build using
then save the exiting ffmpeg headers and libraries ( if you have a newer version installed) and copy the libraries/headers from this build.
Now you can configure xvid using
./configure --with-gtk2 --with-forced-embedded-ffmpeg
and the build using
it will be placed in src directory.
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