[Ffmpeg-devel] question

Ismail Dönmez ismail
Wed Apr 25 11:13:20 CEST 2007

On Wednesday 25 April 2007 12:08:39 Michel Bardiaux wrote:
> N. de Jonge wrote:
> > Hi there,
> >
> > Can anyone tell me what's going on with the "img_convert" function? It
> > seems that Kdenlive stopped working because it relies on the MLT
> > framework, which uses FFmpeg, and if I'm guessing correctly, MLT is
> > calling for "img_convert", but that has become an undefined symbol.
> >
> > Now, someone on #ffmpeg on the Debian Server suggested to me to remove
> > the --enable-swscaler option when running configure for FFmpeg, but that
> > didn't have any effect.
> With the latest svn and a vanilla configure, img_convert is still there:
> nm -Bo libavcodec/libavcodec.a | fgrep img_convert
> libavcodec/libavcodec.a:imgconvert.o:00000e60 T img_convert
> libavcodec/libavcodec.a:imgresample.o:         U img_convert
> So you should post the configure command you use, with its output.
> But if I understand the plan, it is indeed that img_convert will become
> internal-only, client code being supposed to use sws_scale, which will
> be implemented using img_convert when --enable-swscaler is off (to
> produce an LGPL build).

To reproduce the problem you need to --enable-swscaler which will 
need --enable-gpl.


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