Changes between Version 53 and Version 54 of Getting-Started/Windows


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Nov 10, 2015 6:18:54 AM (6 years ago)
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    5252 1. libyuv (Recommended): Follow the instructions in ticket #1776. Alternatively, you can use ffmpeg as explained below. 
    5353 1. OpenH264 (Recommended): Follow the instructions in ticket #1758. Alternatively, you can use ffmpeg as explained below. 
    54  1. [http://ffmpeg.org/ ffmpeg] development library. ffmpeg is used for format conversion and video manipulation; as well as video codecs: H.264 (together with libx264) and H263P/H263-1998. So, if you already use libyuv AND OpenH264, and you don't need H.263, then this is optional. We tested with ffmpeg version 1.x (1.2.5) to 0.x (from 0.5.1 (from circa 2009) to 0.10). At the moment, we haven't supported ffmpeg version 2.x. 
     54 1. [http://ffmpeg.org/ ffmpeg] development library. ffmpeg is used for format conversion and video manipulation; as well as video codecs: H.264 (together with libx264) and H263P/H263-1998. So, if you already use libyuv AND OpenH264, and you don't need H.263, then this is optional. We tested with ffmpeg version 1.x (1.2.5) to 0.x (from 0.5.1 (from circa 2009) to 0.10). Since #1897 we have added support for ffmpeg 2.8, however note that on applying the ticket, older ffmpeg will no longer be supported. 
    5555    - Note that for H.264 support, you need newer releases (October 2011 onwards), and it needs libz too. 
    5656    - You may be able to use the binary distributions (such as from [http://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds/ Zeranoe] - get the 'dev' builds). It compiles fine, however we haven't tested them thoroughly.