[FFmpeg-user] OSX lion, trying to compile from git fails

Boštjan Strojan bostjan.strojan at gmail.com
Sun Dec 11 22:23:55 CET 2011

Thanks, Jim

However --cc-clang says to be unsupported switch?

On Sun, Dec 11, 2011 at 10:11 PM, Jim Worrall <coniophora at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Dec 11, 2011, at 1:22 PM, Boštjan Strojan wrote:
>> hi,
>> having some trouble compiling ffmpeg from git on OSX lion, here is the
>> full paste:
>> http://pastebin.com/BLLCY7kE
>> any ideas on what to try ? (i'am really not an expert in this, but the
>> same procedure pretty much worked out fine on snow leopard)
> Lion (OS X 10.7) apparently requires a different compiler for ffmpeg.
> You need to add this to your configure options: --cc-clang
> Also, depending on your processor, you may want --arch=x86_64
> instead of --arch=x86
> The rest of this is not mac-specific, and I know most here understand
> this stuff better than I do and will hopefully correct me if I am wrong:
> --enable-nonfree: you don't need or want this since you are not using libfaac
> --enable-runtime-cpudetect: this is probably mostly if you are building a
> portable binary.  If it's just for your machine, things may be faster if you
> remove this.
> --enable-avfilter: This option is not in config --help, and I believe it is on
> by default.
> --enable-filters: Ditto.
> Jim
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