[FFmpeg-user] How to Disable TLS support in ffmpeg 2.x? TLS Fatal alert

Carl Eugen Hoyos cehoyos at ag.or.at
Tue Mar 3 14:45:29 CET 2015

raccoon <raccoon4me <at> gmail.com> writes:

> i try to compile the version 2.4.7 for 
> example with such options :

Note that 2.4.7 is old and should not be used 
anymore and that you can run FFmpeg from the 
build directory (I never install, I always 
test from the build directory).
As a user, always test current FFmpeg git 
head, it contains more features and less bugs 
than any release.

The following options are default, remove 
them from your configure line:
--enable-x11grab (this is now the default)

The following options have no effect on 
your system, please remove them:

The reason you should remove them is that 
their amount makes reading the rest of your 
configure line more difficult: Very bad 
options (like disable-yasm) are easily 
overlooked like this, a developer with an 
incredibly long configure line has missed 
that he disabled all optimizations.

I suspect that --disable-protocol=tls is 
wrong (not what you want) but I may miss 

Using "--disable-yasm" is a very bad idea, 
therefore binaries using this option are 
generally not supported here.
yasm is a small standalone binary that takes 
at most minutes to compile.

--enable-nonfree is used twice, once should 
be enough.

Carl Eugen

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