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Rip MP3 and windows media streams from the command line
Authored by: macman13 on Dec 05, '03 04:24:17PM

I am having trouble with the compilation on 10.3.1. I get the following errors after running make:

make[1]: *** [ppc/dsputil_ppc.o] Error 1
make: *** [libavcodec/libavcodec.a] Error 2


Any ideas?

Thanks.

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use Fink
Authored by: macubergeek on Dec 05, '03 07:29:31PM

mplayer is available under FINK

jamesk @ /Users/jamesk@Xmac-->fink list mplayer
Information about 1868 packages read in 4 seconds.
mplayer 0.90.0-13 MPEG 1/2, .ogm and AVI movie player
mplayer-font [virtual package]
mplayer-font-ar 0.1-1 Subtitle font for mplayer
mplayer-skin [virtual package]
mplayer-skin-av 1.5-1 Avifile-like skin for mplayer
mplayer-skin-bl 1.0-1 Blue skin for mplayer
mplayer-skin-bl 1.0-1 Blue skin for mplayer
mplayer-skin-de 1.7-2 Default skin for mplayer
mplayer-skin-mi 1.5-1 Midnight Love skin for mplayer



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Use binary from site
Authored by: extra88 on Dec 05, '03 09:18:59PM
I downloaded the binary from the location provided by ffmpegX. The ffmpegX installer put it in /usr/bin/ for me. Works for me (10.3.1).

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