[Mageia-dev] gstreamer0.10-faac - package request
philippedidier at laposte.net
Wed Jun 20 00:40:08 CEST 2012
Simple w a écrit :
> 2012/6/19 Sander Lepik <sander.lepik at eesti.ee>:
>> 19.06.2012 17:41, Simple w kirjutas:
>>> As always Colin interventions are quite clarifying.
>>> But i thought there were more software like this, like for example
>>> there was in mandriva PLF
>> Most of this software is in nonfree or tainted.
>>> Wouldnt be possible for someone put these software build in some
>>> third-party repo (untill the apps that need faac change)?
>> You can always create that repo if you wish.
> I thought about building faac and rebuild gstreamer0.10-plugins-bad
> but atm in Mageia building faac doesnt seams to be possible, build
blogdrake provides faac libfaac libfaac-devel for mageia2
you can use and modify the spec file from their srpm if you want to
package faac yourself
You can download the srpms from mageia2 for vlc quicktime gstreamer
audiokonverter xine mplayer ffmpeg etc... and rebuild the packages after
having validated the build with faac in the spec files...
after having installed the buildrequires for each of them...
If you need handbrake or cinerella you will have to write yourself the
The answer seems to be do it yourself !!!! (that's a repo for nearly 10
programs built with faac)
Waiting for a solution from Mageia, I kept my Mandriva 2010.2 on the
computer (with plf rpms), beside Mageia, to work on multimedia files !
I know now that it seems to be a definite no go !!!
after having been told several times to wait for a new discussion about
non-free+tainted repo, I hear now that we have to wait until programs
are ported to libvoaacenc
Don't know if I'm gonna struggle anymore ...
To Sander who replied to me :
>> Nevertheless, until it's done and good there's no solution to work on
>> mp4 or mpa or aac files with Mageia2 ... and certainly won't either
>> with Mageia3 ... people who need that will go elsewhere.
> Well, we really can't hold them back. Can we? :)
Sorry I surrender !
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