[mythtv-users] nuvexport under ubuntu 6.10 (edgy eft)
schachte at csse.unimelb.edu.au
Thu Jan 4 13:31:22 UTC 2007
Most of myth works very well out of the box under Ubuntu 6.10, but I found
nuvexport needed a bit of work to get running, so I thought I'd share what I
had to do for the benefit of people searching the archives. I had two
problems: firstly, ffmpeg as packaged for ubuntu does not support xvid, which
is the codec I wanted to use, and secondly, nuvexport wasn't compatible with
the packaged version of ffmpeg.
The first problem can be solved by building ffmpeg from the ubuntu source
package, as documented at http://po-ru.com/diary/fixing-ffmpeg-on-ubuntu/ .
sudo apt-get remove ffmpeg # if you've installed ffmpeg already
sudo apt-get build-dep ffmpeg
sudo apt-get install liblame-dev libfaad2-dev \
libfaac-dev libxvidcore4-dev checkinstall fakeroot
Then make a directory to work in, such as /usr/src/ffmpeg, and build the
packages including support for the "risky" codecs, and install:
mkdir /usr/src/ffmpeg ; cd /usr/src/ffmpeg
DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=risky fakeroot apt-get source ffmpeg --compile
sudo dpkg -i *.deb
The other problem I solved by patching the ffmpeg sources to use the -b switch
rather than -bit_rate to specify the encoding bitrate. Presumably this is
needed because of a mismatch between nuvexport and ffmpeg versions; still
patching nuvexport seemed easier than trying to package another version of
ffmpeg for ubuntu.
tar xfj nuvexport-latest.tar.bz2
patch -p1 nuvexport.patch1 # see attached patch
Hope this helps someone.
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