Various Multimedia Packages for Slackware 13.1 Rebuilt and Upgraded

Some of the multimedia packages haven’t been updated in quite some time. Today I’ve upgraded a few of the core packages such as x264, ffmpeg, and mplayer, and rebuilt some of the others that depended on those.

x264 – upgraded
ffmpeg – upgraded
libquicktime – rebuilt
wxsvg – upgraded to 1.0.7
DVDStyler – rebuilt
mplayer – upgraded
gst-plugins-ugly – upgraded to 0.10.16
avidemux – rebuilt
vlc – upgraded to 1.1.4 (VLC won’t support libbluray until 1.2.0)

gpac – I’ll have to build an SVN version of this, as the old 0.4.5 is no longer available for download. The current package will be broken until I get around to building a development version.

Oct 10th, 2010 | Posted in Linux, Slackware
  1. Oct 11th, 2010 at 22:58 | #1
  2. Oct 12th, 2010 at 13:37 | #2

    @ponce
    Thanks. Admittedly I didn’t look very hard for the 0.4.5 sources. ;)

    Considering the age of that version, building from SVN probably isn’t a bad idea. I should have that up soon.

  3. Oct 12th, 2010 at 15:10 | #3

    OK, a new GPAC package is now available. It is built from the latest subversion revision at the time of this writing, r2116.

    gpac-svn2116

  4. Oct 12th, 2010 at 23:02 | #4

    thanks mike, I’ll update it too: you got it right, had a look at their homepage and 0.4.5 is deprecated. ;)

  5. Oct 12th, 2010 at 23:47 | #5

    I had to make a small patch in order for the Subversion sources to build correctly:

    http://dev.opennix.com/projects/slackbuilds/repository/raw/gpac/configure.patch

    Normally I’d post the contents of such a small patch here rather than link to it, but it adds a missing tab character to the configure script. That may not translate well from a copy ‘n paste.

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