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mercredi 29 août 2018

[MinGW32 Linux Distro] mpv-0.29.0-r26.g91786fa for win32 to Download + Test on Linux with DXVK

I've recently used my own MinGW32 Linux Toolchain to generate a quick build for MPV Player for win32

Some tests on both Linux and Windows

Windows: Hardware encoding (Direct3D 11)Linux: Software encoding (Direct3D 11 using DXVK 0.70)

Test on Windows 10 64Bits (CPU= i5-2400, GPU = NVIDIA GTX 1060)
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Test on Linux 32 Bits(CPU= i5-4430, GPU= AMD R9 290X)

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Mpv Player (revision = 0.29.0-r26.g91786fa

Tests on Linux using DXVK 0.70


Direct3D 11 Output Test: Wine-Staging 3.14 + DXVK 0.70

vendredi 24 août 2018

[MinGW32 Linux Distro] Our first installer for MPV-Player 0.29.0 is available - OS = Windows 7 32 Bits

At the time of writing, we are still writting the next version of our documentation. We did some test on a VM Windows 10 64-Bits. The installer works like a charm
  • Download: mpv-0.29.0_windows7-32_build-shared.exe
  • Minimum OS = Windows 7 32 Bits. Due to external linked libraries Windows XP is not supported
  • Mpv was linked again a lot of dependancies. Among them, there is FFmpeg 4.0.2. So all those libraries are included in this installer. This is an experimental build. This is a shared build not a static build
  • HTML Documentation = Yes
  • PDF Documentation = Yes
  • Video Renders = Vulkan, Angle, Direct3D 11, Direct3D 9

jeudi 23 août 2018

[MinGW32 Linux Distro] Our core packages to build FFmpeg 4.0.2 and Mpv 0.29 is almost ready

MinGW32 Linux Distro comes with 196 packages for Linux32 Bits. We don't support XP but at least Windows 7 32 Bits. I need to modify some sections of the documentation. It is oriented multimedia to build FFmpeg 4.0.2 and Mpv 0.29.

I will try to fill up the documentation for the next days. Maybe sharing a link to download it ?

samedi 11 août 2018

[Documentation] MinGW32 Linux Distro - A lot of new packages!

I was pretty busy for the two past weeks, investigating both my time and my energy on writting and testing some packages for my own MinGW32 Linux Distro. I stopped working on it for the 4 past months.Yep that's it! It takes a lot of time to search on the internet to find needed information to build your own packages.

Finaly we added a lot of new packages.

  1. Lcms2 2.9
  2. Zziplib 0.13.69
  3. PDFlib-Lite 7.0.5p3
  4. UnixODBC 2.3.6
  5. Gdbm 1.17
  6. Sqlite 3.24.0
  7. Cyrus-SASL 2.1.27-rc7
  8. Mman-win32 20180604
  9. Berkeley-DB 4.8.30
  10. Regex-POSIX-Gnulib 20090805
  11. OpenLDAP 2.4.45 (with LibreSSL + Cyrus-SASL + HDB/BDB)
  12. Libfdk-aac 0.1.6
  13. Opencore-amr 0.1.5
  14. Vo-aacenc 0.1.3
  15. Vo-amrwbenc 0.1.3
  16. Xvidcode 1.3.5
  17. Orc 4.28
  18. Liboil 0.3.17
  19. Schroedinger 1.0.11
  20. Faad 2.8.8
  21. Faac 1.29.9.2 with DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale support)
  22. Faac 1.29.9.2 without DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale support)
  23. Fribidi 1.0.5
  24. Graphite2 1.3.11
  25. Harfbuzz 1.8.6
  26. Libass 0.14.0
  27. Openjpeg2 2.3.0
  28. Openjpeg 1.5.2
  29. Gavl 1.4.0
  30. Frei0r-plugins 1.6.1
  31. Libsoxr 0.1.3
  32. L-smash 2.14.5
  33. X264 r2665-a01e339 (for FFmpeg 2.2.16)
  34. X264 r2901-7d0ff22 (not installed)
  35. Gsm 1.0.18
  36. Libvpx 1.7.0
  37. Librtmp 20151223
  38. Jasper 2.0.14
  39. Libcroco 0.6.12
  40. Gdk-pixbuf 2.36.12
  41. Pango 1.42.3
  42. Librsvg 2.40.20
  43. X265 2.8
  44. Libluray 1.0.2
  45. Libaacs 0.9.0
  46. Libbdplus 0.1.2
MinGW32 Linux Distro is just a simple prebuilt toolchain based on MinGW-w64 5.0.3 and GCC 7.0.2. I do it only for fun
  • My main idea is to have a prebuilt to chain for archival purposes for Win32 OS like ReactOS and to use some Windows tools on Wine -- I am a big fan --
  • Packages are built using makeself 2.3.1 from https://github.com/megastep/makeself
  • 90% of instructions to build binaries (*.exe, *.dll) from packages are taken from either from AUR web site or MINGW-packages. I just read their PKGBUILD. Instructions are updated/modifed for my own personal needs (adding/removing some options)