A complete, cross-platform solution to record, convert and stream audio and video
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Conan.io package recipe for ffmpeg.

A complete, cross-platform solution to record, convert and stream audio and video

The packages generated with this conanfile can be found on Bintray.

For Users: Use this package

Basic setup

$ conan install ffmpeg/3.4@bincrafters/stable

Project setup

If you handle multiple dependencies in your project is better to add a conanfile.txt

[requires]
ffmpeg/3.4@bincrafters/stable

Complete the installation of requirements for your project running:

$ mkdir build && cd build && conan install ..

Note: It is recommended that you run conan install from a build directory and not the root of the project directory. This is because conan generates conanbuildinfo files specific to a single build configuration which by default comes from an autodetected default profile located in ~/.conan/profiles/default . If you pass different build configuration options to conan install, it will generate different conanbuildinfo files. Thus, they should not be added to the root of the project, nor committed to git.

For Packagers: Publish this Package

The example below shows the commands used to publish to bincrafters conan repository. To publish to your own conan respository (for example, after forking this git repository), you will need to change the commands below accordingly.

Build and package

The following command both runs all the steps of the conan file, and publishes the package to the local system cache. This includes downloading dependencies from "build_requires" and "requires" , and then running the build() method.

$ conan create bincrafters/stable

Available Options

Option Default Possible Values
xcb True [True, False]
pulse True [True, False]
vorbis True [True, False]
lzma True [True, False]
iconv True [True, False]
bzlib True [True, False]
opus True [True, False]
avfoundation True [True, False]
shared False [True, False]
zmq True [True, False]
alsa True [True, False]
freetype False [True, False]
audiotoolbox True [True, False]
fPIC True [True, False]
videotoolbox True [True, False]
coreimage True [True, False]
appkit True [True, False]
openjpeg True [True, False]
securetransport True [True, False]
vdpau True [True, False]
zlib True [True, False]
vda False [True, False]
vaapi True [True, False]
jack True [True, False]

Add Remote

$ conan remote add bincrafters "https://api.bintray.com/conan/bincrafters/public-conan"

Upload

$ conan upload ffmpeg/3.4@bincrafters/stable --all -r bincrafters

Conan Recipe License

NOTE: The conan recipe license applies only to the files of this recipe, which can be used to build and package ffmpeg. It does not in any way apply or is related to the actual software being packaged.

MIT