System libav-0.8 for Eden #873

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amejia1 commented Apr 11, 2012

This enables support for building/running XBMC Eden with libav, tested primarily with libav-0.8. This is direct for the Eden branch. The master branch will need different modifications.

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amejia1 commented Apr 12, 2012

Ping @elupus I would like to directly apply this one to Eden.

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elupus commented Apr 12, 2012

Looks okey for eden.

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amejia1 commented Apr 12, 2012

Ok.
Ping @davilla @wsoltys , are these chages ok for Eden?

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wsoltys commented Apr 12, 2012

Not tested but looks okay. Throw it in and if needed I fix it later.

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davilla commented Apr 13, 2012

@elupus blessed it, inject it in.

@amejia1 amejia1 added a commit that referenced this pull request Apr 13, 2012

@amejia1 amejia1 Merge pull request #873 from amejia1/Eden
System libav-0.8 for Eden
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@amejia1 amejia1 merged commit 78086ea into xbmc:Eden Apr 13, 2012

EricV commented on 667fd9f Apr 13, 2012

Why the hell don't you educate debian to use ffmpeg. Not only you use an external code but one that is obsolete...

And what are the supposed advantages compared to ffmpeg?

apparently (reading the patch), the APIs, include files are no more equivalent so it just complexify and already complex situation.

XBMC for debian was already available using standard external ffmpeg in the debian-multimedia repository with a lot more options...
There you find also dvdcsa library that is needed to play DVD so you have to add the repository anyway if you want to read dvd...

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amejia1 replied Apr 13, 2012

debian-multimedia.org is not affiliated with Debian. Furthermore, I do not recommend anyone to simply add the repository (especially new users). If you just need dvdcss, just download the libdvdcss2 package from there and install it via dpkg.

Who care if its official if packages works better than debian ones? Been using it for years without problems. Do you think new user find simpler to download a package and install it manually?

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amejia1 replied Apr 13, 2012

If you mean the missing RAR support, work in progress. If it's afp support, I will look into getting a patch backported to eden so that xbmc works well with the version of libafpclient found in the repos.

As for ffmpeg v libav or debian v dmo, this isn't the place for debating this.

@tru tru added a commit to plexinc/plex-home-theater-public that referenced this pull request Nov 24, 2013

@tru tru Fixed the primaryFilterActivated property
Fixes #873
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