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[Tutorial] Building an FFmpeg static binary for ARMv7
23-04-2016, 15:37 (This post was last modified: 23-04-2016 15:38 by bubbleguuum.)
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RE: [Tutorial] Building an FFmpeg static binary for ARMv7
BubbleUPnP Server has exactly the same problematic, where it needs a recent ffmpeg compiled with most codecs, and ideally SoX and https support (which are rarely available in stock binaries).

The cool news is that the Optware-ng project provides nice ffmpeg/ffprobe binaries with all of the above for many archs, including all ARM variants and MIPSEL.

These binaries are a breeze to install:

- install Optware-ng following its install instructions
- install the ffmpeg package:
ipkg install ffmpeg
- ffmpeg is in /opt/bin, ready to use

This can be used on Raspberry Pi, Synology (it has a usable default ffmpeg but no ffprobe), QNAP, MIPSEL based routers, i686 Linux, custom devices, etc.
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RE: [Tutorial] Building an FFmpeg static binary for ARMv7 - bubbleguuum - 23-04-2016 15:37

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