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Old 13th September 2020, 21:16   #21  |  Link
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How do you configure media-autobuild_suite to compile a stable version (for example 4.3.1) instead of the latest git version?
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Old 13th September 2020, 22:17   #22  |  Link
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Did you guys install NVIDIA CUDA SDK to have proper compile?

I did as it was complaining about ENV variable not found and I had a doubt about SDK being necessary.
No I did not, if you read down the githgub instructions it says that it's not normally needed.


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How do you configure media-autobuild_suite to compile a stable version (for example 4.3.1) instead of the latest git version?
You follow the options when you first run it and you actually have 4 or 5 options, and one of those is static. Which i'm 99 percent sure is stable.
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Old 14th September 2020, 12:24   #23  |  Link
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Old 15th September 2020, 18:04   #24  |  Link
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It seems that OTTVerse is going to make 0day nightly builds for win x64. Binaries can be found here:

https://ottverse.com/ffmpeg-builds/

And stable builds will might end up here:

https://github.com/ShareX/FFmpeg/
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64-Bit Builds
https://www.gyan.dev/ffmpeg/builds/

Source:
https://www.reddit.com/r/ffmpeg/comm...static_builds/

More 64-Bit Builds
https://ottverse.com/ffmpeg-builds/

Source:
https://www.reddit.com/r/ffmpeg/comm...shared_builds/

32-Bit + 64-Bit Builds
https://github.com/eugeneware/ffmpeg-static

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Awesome, Gyan is the reddit mod, so this should be a solid constant source.
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It looks like ffmpeg.org has made gyan.dev the new source for Windows builds - http://ffmpeg.org/download.html#build-windows
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All not really what I want...

All those builds are static 64-bit builds. I want 32-bit, and I also need shared builds.
Thank God we have Reino for such needs...
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All not really what I want...

All those builds are static 64-bit builds. I want 32-bit, and I also need shared builds.
Thank God we have Reino for such needs...
Use MABS to make the 32 bit build that you want. You can set it to shared libraries etc.
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Use MABS to make the 32 bit build that you want. You can set it to shared libraries etc.
+1. It doesn't get simpler than that.
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Actually, the last time I compiled ffmpeg (years ago) I did it for windows only from Windows following the official guide and it worked like a charm. It was pretty straightforward. Next week I'll try to compile them again.
ffmpeg compiles great on VS these days, vs back when VS couldn't even do C99... the problem is more if you want all those third-party libraries built in. Some are nice, some are painful, it's all painful to get included into the final binary.
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One more 64-Bit Builds
https://github.com/BtbN/FFmpeg-Builds/releases

32-Bit XP support Builds
https://rwijnsma.home.xs4all.nl/files/ffmpeg/?C=M;O=D
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Now, while some expressed being sad, I should like to point out, as a really old registered user here (damn guys ... almost 20 years
ago, I AM old ...), ffmpeg works REALLY really well. I use it literally for everything related to multimedia on linux, and mpv.

With windows also adding WSL1 and WSL2, I think ffmpeg is going to provide so much leverage that people won't have any real
problem getting stuff to work on modern windows these days. For older ones it may be a bit more difficult but IMO a msys/msys2
tutorial should not be that difficult either. That is the plan B though; plan A is that it should compile just fine (and actually, whoever
goes first could offer the binaries too). So I sort of agree with foxyshadis . also a very old person by now. :-)
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