[mythtv-users] myth2ipod install help
cstepe at ctdataservices.com
Wed Oct 4 12:13:23 UTC 2006
I don't know what I'm doing wrong but I can't find where it is going on
my system. I used the command yum install ffmpeg-devel. It completed
successfully but I can't ind where it went.
You should find the source in /usr/src/redhat/SOURCES.
I used the configuration from my installed ffmpeg (ffmpeg -version) will
print the config/compiler options.
In my case I had to add the --enable-aac parameter for the ipod audio
However I'm still not able to convert recordings through myth2ipd.
I'm still ending up with a SIGFPE :-(
From the ATrpms-users list I got a suggestion to remove the "-ac 0 -ar
0" statement which is always present when checking how ffmpeg is
called form nuvexport. So I meesed with the scripts from nuvexprt and
the SIGFPE went away, but the audio from the mp4 output is out of sync....
Chris Tepe wrote:
> I've pulled the ffmpeg source from atrpms and it installed, But I
> cann't find where it installed to so I can configure and build it.
> What was the configuration used to build it?
> > Chris,
> > I'm currently struggling as well with the myth2ipod script.
> > I took the source-rpm of ffmpeg from atrpms and recompiled ffmpeg to
> > assure the aac (codec) is enabled.
> > I found that I can convert mpeg2 videos to mp4 (ipod) when starting
> > ffmpeg mnually.
> > (In the meantime, Axel (atrpms) was very helpful and updated the
> > package on atrpms with the using the source).
> > I tried to nail down my problem when starting "nuvexport -debug".
> > (nuvexport is called form myth2ipod).
> > In the debug mode nuvexport provides a list commands executed, so you
> > just do the conversion step by step, using two shells.
> > In my case the error was caused by a SIGFPE (floating point error),
> > casued by ffmpeg.....
> > I'll investigate a bit further to check if this has to do with the
> > created by nuvexport.
> > I'm not sure how to get a hold of people coding nuvexport, but I'll
> > post this behavior on the ffmpeg-devel list, because on the end ffmgeg
> > falls over the FPE issue...
> > -Walter
> > jmail wrote:
> >> I have a Myth 20 system on a Fedora Core 4 I installed from the
> >> following Jerod's guide.
> >> I've been trying to get myth2ipod to install and run. I've installed
> >> myth2ipod but when I execute it the log file says that ffmpeg exited
> >> early.
> >> I suspect I don't have ffmpeg built right. How do I build ffmpeg with
> >> the right properties enabled starting from a yum installed machine.
> >> I've read Jerod's spec file posted in Dec. but I don't know what
> to do
> >> with this. Any detailed install instructions would be greatly
> >> appreciated.
> >> Chris
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