[Cin] Some possible thirdparty updates I noticed
phylsmith2017 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 30 19:55:07 CET 2021
Andrew-R et al,
FFmpeg is good to keep up to date for sure.
But... please refer to section B.4 for more details about upgrading 3rd
party libraries. Here is a summary though:
> CINELERRA-GG attempts to upgrade to the latest releases of many thirdparty
> libraries about every 3-4 months. But it is often difﬁcult to keep some of
> thesethirdparty libraries up to date as their developers switch from tried
> and true standard tools to newer, less standard tools. As a result in order
> to build CINELERRA-GG on 2-3 versions of any distro rather than only the
> most current version, some third-party libraries can not be kept up to date
> and may even be to the point of no furthe rupdates. In a lot of cases, the
> updated releases provide little new capabilities but rather are bug ﬁxes
> that may not even be relevant to CINELERRA-GG’s use.
Biggest problem can be on the older distros, like maybe Ubuntu 16, and with
little used packages such as OpenEXR, wepb, libaom, libvpx, x10tv, OpenCV,
and Dav1d. I would hate to see users with older distros prevented from
using CinelerraGG. I would not update any of these but users who really
want them can do their own builds as recommended in section B.4.
On Sat, Jan 30, 2021 at 8:59 AM Andrew Randrianasulu via Cin <
cin at lists.cinelerra-gg.org> wrote:
> В сообщении от Saturday 30 January 2021 18:50:28 Andrea paz via Cin
> > Dav1d and ffmpg have also had updates.
> Yeah, but last time dav1d update broke decoding somehow?
> (not on my machine)
> I usually build with git ffmpeg ....
> so, I'll try those improved filters, hopefully ..if they not VERY
> hard to configure :}
> avfilter/vf_pseudocolor: allow more advanced presets
> avfilter/vf_pseudocolor: add slice threading
> patch (hack) I use with ffmpeg.git attached
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> Cin at lists.cinelerra-gg.org
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