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Re: Audio coding/encoding conversions
Thanks Victor and Dave, for the information regarding ffmpeg, both about the future of it for cygwin and how to get by for now.
Victor Paesa <email@example.com> wrote:
> Dave Korn writes:
> > On 13 December 2007 12:46, Wynfield Henman wrote:
> > > Has anybody had any success building --> ffmpeg
> > > on cygwin. It has a rich set of codecs it can convert to and from.
> > ffmpeg requires an llrintf() implementation to compile. newlib doesn't
> > currently have one, but I'm in the process of sending a patch, so it might get
> > a lot easier once I've done that and there's a fresh cygwin snapshot been
> > generated.
> Until that very welcomed patch is applied, you may choose among three ways
> (not so correct) to get ffmpeg on cygwin:
> a) Inline llrintf()
> b) Leverage MinGW's implementation:
> c) Get the binaries from Cygwin Ports:
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