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RayeR(R)

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CZ,
15.01.2015, 03:58
 

FFMPEG 2.1.7 & x264 0.142.2245 DJGPP port (Announce)

Hi,
I made new build of my FFMPEG & x264 package:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffmpeg-x264-dos/files/
Also updated:
* LibOGG 1.3.2
* compiled by GCC 4.8.4, djdev 2.04 CVS

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glennmcc(R)

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North Jackson, Ohio (USA),
15.01.2015, 04:38

@ RayeR
 

FFMPEG 2.1.7 & x264 0.142.2245 DJGPP port

> Hi,
> I made new build of my FFMPEG & x264 package:
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffmpeg-x264-dos/files/
> Also updated:
> * LibOGG 1.3.2
> * compiled by GCC 4.8.4, djdev 2.04 CVS


Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU !!! :)

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ron(R)

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Australia,
15.01.2015, 22:29

@ glennmcc
 

FFMPEG 2.1.7 & x264 0.142.2245 DJGPP port

> > Hi,
> > I made new build of my FFMPEG & x264 package:
> > http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffmpeg-x264-dos/files/
> > Also updated:
> > * LibOGG 1.3.2
> > * compiled by GCC 4.8.4, djdev 2.04 CVS


I thank you, too.

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Zyzzle(R)

18.01.2015, 01:18

@ RayeR
 

FFMPEG 2.1.7 & x264 0.142.2245 DJGPP port

> Hi,
> I made new build of my FFMPEG & x264 package:
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffmpeg-x264-dos/files/
> Also updated:
> * LibOGG 1.3.2
> * compiled by GCC 4.8.4, djdev 2.04 CVS

Thanks, RayeR, for continuing to provide the latest DOS ports of FFMPEG.

One question, is using GCC 4.8.4 necessary to compile the source, or can an earlier version of the GCC compiler be used? Does compiling with v4.8.4 increase bloat? How is it better than earlier versions? Just curious if you know, thanks.

RayeR(R)

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CZ,
18.01.2015, 17:33

@ Zyzzle
 

FFMPEG 2.1.7 & x264 0.142.2245 DJGPP port

> One question, is using GCC 4.8.4 necessary to compile the source, or can an
> earlier version of the GCC compiler be used? Does compiling with v4.8.4
> increase bloat? How is it better than earlier versions? Just curious if you
> know, thanks.

GCC 4.8.4 is just a minor bugfix of 4.8.x line no bloat increase compared to GCC 4.9.x that I observed a little bit. Probably older version of GCC 4.x.x can be used as well but for FFMPEG you need updated djdev from cvs and some other fix like increased transfer buffer for ar.exe, rm.exe, ld.exe... to accept ultra long command line and maybe some other tricks, I described something in readme.txt in source package...

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RayeR(R)

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CZ,
07.05.2015, 01:00

@ RayeR
 

FFMPEG 2.1.8 & x264 0.142.2245 DJGPP port

Hi,
I made new build of my FFMPEG & x264 package:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffmpeg-x264-dos/files/
* compiled by GCC 4.8.4, djdev 2.05 beta 1

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glennmcc(R)

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North Jackson, Ohio (USA),
07.05.2015, 03:36

@ RayeR
 

FFMPEG 2.1.8 & x264 0.142.2245 DJGPP port

> Hi,
> I made new build of my FFMPEG & x264 package:
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffmpeg-x264-dos/files/
> * compiled by GCC 4.8.4, djdev 2.05 beta 1


Thank you very much. :)

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ron(R)

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Australia,
09.05.2015, 02:46

@ glennmcc
 

FFMPEG 2.1.8 & x264 0.142.2245 DJGPP port

> > Hi,
> > I made new build of my FFMPEG & x264 package:
> > http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffmpeg-x264-dos/files/
> > * compiled by GCC 4.8.4, djdev 2.05 beta 1
>
>
> Thank you very much. :)

And thank you from me. :)

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DOS386(R)

10.05.2015, 09:43

@ RayeR
 

FFMPEG 2.1.8 & x264 0.142.2245 DJGPP port

> I made new build of my FFMPEG & x264 package

Thanks :-) ... (untested)

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