I had a very unpleasant time this morning compiling mplayer, with LIVE555 support, for Mac OS X Intel (Leopard, 10.5.4).
LIVE555 compiled fine, with
and I moved it into /opt/local/lib/live to “co””exist” with some macports libraries.
But mplayer refused to play nicely, until I built it with
./configure --disable-gui --disable-mencoder --disable-xinerama --disable-xv --disable-x11 --enable-largefiles --enable-macosx-finder-support --enable-menu --with-freetype-config=/usr/X11R6/bin/freetype-config --with-extraincdir=/opt/local/lib/live/ --with-extralibdir=/opt/local/lib
Yeahâ€¦rightâ€¦I totally should have known that off the top of my head. At least now the binary is built, so I could Bonjour it to a coworker for his MacBook and he could start using it straight away.
mplayer (totally cool version with LIVE555 support) (Intel) (Mac OS X) (zip. 2.9mbyte file, HTTP download)
Please understand that this is being provided without any expressed warranty or merchantability statement. It is virus- and malicious code- free. I claim no rights of any kind for compiling open-source codebases into this binary.