[FFmpeg-user] MSVC or Intel Compiler Versions

Robert Ludwig rob.ludwig at lyricallabs.com
Fri Jul 12 00:36:10 CEST 2013

On 7/11/2013 11:42 AM, Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote:
> Robert Ludwig <rob.ludwig <at> lyricallabs.com> writes:
>> I'm trying to compile a ffmpeg for Windows, and I
>> see in the FATE results listed at fate.ffmpeg.org
>> that there are test results for a win32 binary
>> compiled with the Intel C++ Compiler and the
>> Microsoft Compiler. Is there any way to get the
>> source code that was used for those compilations
>> specifically?
> Definitely, please see http://ffmpeg.org/download.html
> I will spare you the link to our platform
> documentation that explains how to compile
> FFmpeg with MSVC (and icl) because I am
> sure you read it before posting here, but ...
>> Neither of those compilers will compile
>> ffmpeg directly from the git head
> ... what is unfortunately missing is the
> configure line you used, and the complete,
> uncut output of "make V=1" after you ran
> "make" several times and saw identical
> errors.
> (Please do never post the complete, uncut
> output of the first failing make call.)
> Carl Eugen
> PS:
> http://ffmpeg.org/platform.html#Microsoft-Visual-C_002b_002b-or-Intel-C_002b_002b-Compiler-for-Windows
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Thanks for your help! I had seen the instructions for the C99to89 builds 
that also required MSYS, etc. to execute. I was hoping that the FATE 
tests were referring to a native Visual Studio version, e.g. one that 
could be executed within Visual Studio using cmd.exe and would allow 
access to Visual Studio debugging tools. If such is not the case, I am 
probably out of luck.

Thanks again,

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