[mythtv-users] Should I be able to compile in xvmc-opengl?

Fred Lapinski fred.lapinski at gmail.com
Mon Jan 21 09:36:05 UTC 2008

I'm compiling from SVN on fedora 7 using the latest nvidia driver set. I
thought I should be able to compile in XvMC and all of the options.
Regardless of what configure options I choose I can't get xvmc-opengl to
enable. Should I even be able to do this? I have no idea what xvmc-opengl
actually does and I can't find any information about it.

Attached below is the configure output.


./configure --enable-xvmc --enable-xvmc-opengl --enable-opengl-vsync
# Basic Settings
Compile type              release
Compiler cache            symlink gcc
DistCC                    no
install prefix            /usr/local
CPU                       x86_32 (athlon)
big-endian                no
MMX enabled               yes
CMOV enabled              yes
CMOV is fast              no

# Input Support
Joystick menu             yes
lirc support              yes
Apple Remote              no
Video4Linux sup.          yes
ivtv support              yes
FireWire support          no
DVB support               yes [/usr/include]
DBox2 support             yes
HDHomeRun support         yes
IPTV support              yes

# Sound Output Support
OSS support               yes
ALSA support              no
aRts support              no
JACK support              no

# Video Output Support
x11 support               yes
xrandr support            yes
xv support                yes
XvMC support              yes
XvMC VLD support          yes
XvMC pro support          no
XvMC OpenGL sup.          no
XvMC libs                 -lXvMCW
OpenGL video              no
Mac acceleration          no
OpenGL vsync              yes
DirectFB                  no
Fribidi formatting        no

# Misc Features
Frontend                  yes
Backend                   yes

# Bindings
bindings_perl             yes

Creating libs/libmyth/mythconfig.h and libs/libmyth/mythconfig.mak
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