[MPlayer-users] VIDIX and x264 for OS X

Kichigai Mentat kichigai at comcast.net
Wed May 18 07:07:38 CEST 2005

I am aware that there is support for x264 and VIDIX for Mac OS X, but  
I am unable to find any documentation as to how to adapt these for  
use with OS X.

As I understand it, all I need for x264 support to work, is the  
source code. Is there are version included with the MPlayer CVS or is  
the svn download of x264 (as mentioned on the VLC page, which is  
apparently the home of x264) the only way of acquiring the source?

Also, as far as VIDIX is concerned, I have a relative grasp of how  
this would work on an x86 Linux system, but am at a loss as to how to  
adapt or port the VIDIX drivers for OS X. There doesn't seem to be  
any documentation on this process either. Can I simply apply the  
VIDIX drivers as they are?

Thank you all for your time.
-- Ivan Kowalenko

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