[FFmpeg-user] Compile FFmpeg with openssl in mac without Homebrew?
dopelabs at dubstep.fm
Fri Jul 21 16:31:38 EEST 2017
You can check out the wiki which has instructions for installation via homebrew, or manually compiling.
Though something as simple as
$ brew install ffmpeg --with-gnutls
$ brew install ffmpeg --with-openssl
Should do the trick for you =]
Heres the wiki
> On Jul 20, 2017, at 5:30 31AM, willin <harry.rb.wilson at gmail.com> wrote:
> I know that some people posted this question but I didn't quite get how to
> do from the answers..
> I want to record some live streaming videos which contain https.
> I installed and set up FFmpeg using this link:
> http://ericholsinger.com/install-ffmpeg-on-a-mac. I found that initial
> setting of FFmpeg does not include https in its available protocols..
> I'm pretty much beginner for doing this and I want to know more about FFmpeg
> so I am not going to use homebrew or any other dependencies so far.
> I got this error message when I tried to record streaming videos with https:
> "https protocol not found, recompile FFmpeg with openssl, gnutls or
> securetransport enabled."
> It would be very very much appreciated if someone could help me with it..
> Thanks in advance
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