[MPlayer-users] Compiling with mp3lame support?

Net Dragon netdragon at dragonspot.net
Tue Jul 1 09:16:13 CEST 2003

Hehe.. Nevermind. I think I have it figured out. I am so mart! }:p

- Jason

> [Automatic answer: RTFM (read DOCS, FAQ), also read
> DOCS/bugreports.html] OK. I was using the debian package that
> http://marillat.free.fr/ is supplying but I was getting all kinds of
> errors or the command line options just did not even seem to be taking
> effect. Finally I managed to properly download, configure, compile &
> install Mplayer/encoder on my Debian system using the traditional
> ./configure, make, make install method. Before I did that though I found
> the latest version of mp3lame on Freshmeat.net and installed it with the
> traditional method.
> Finally I ran ./config for Mplayer to make sure I met it's basic
> requirements for installation.. Using the documentation and ./configure
> --help I came up with this config line:
> ./configure --with-win32libdir=/usr/lib/win32/ --enable-largefiles
> --enable-runtime-cpudetection
> I know I did not need to use the win32libdir option but I placed the
> files in the /usr/lib/win32 and just wanted to make sure.
> It configured compiled and installed without a problem. But I can not
> encode audio.
> mencoder  -endpos 0:1:0 CyprusXS.mpg -ovc frameno -o frameno.avi -oac
> mp3lame -lameopts cbr:br=128:mode=1 -idx
> Error: MPlayer was compiled without libmp3lame support!
> I know LAME is installed. What is the option to compile with it's
> support? When I do a ./configure --help and it shows all the options I
> can not find anything in there for lame support. I can not seem to
> locate enabling LAM support in the documentation ether.
> Once again, thanks for reading my long e-mail. Take care all.
> - Jason "NetDragon" Howard
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