[vlc-devel] building with java bindings

Tony Anecito adanecito at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 6 16:21:18 CET 2007

Hi Alexander,
I am working with the windows cygwin build so I can
not help. At least one of the jvlc developers is on
vacation so not sure when they might get to you but it
might be soon.
I do not have problems with the dlls for windows
except for an issue with input not found error when
doing a java reparent() after the creation of a vlc
instance. The jvlc developers are going to fix that
soon and add more to the java bindings interface (I
think). After that hopefully the windows bindings will
be working again.
Considering Sun just announced a Java Media Control is
in the works I am hoping it will have a positive
effect on the java bindings group.


--- Alexander Bethke <abethke at oamk.fi> wrote:

> Hi again,
> still trying to build a vlc that has working
> java-bindings, flv-muxing
> and latest ffmpeg (nellymoser decoding), that can
> serve as a extension
> for Red5.
> I took the vlc revision from 01.06.2007, guessing
> from svn commit
> messages that the java bindings are still working by
> then (before change
> to media instance). But the latest ffmpeg is not
> compatible with this
> vlc revision it seems. Producing following error on
> vlc startup:
> cannot load module
> `/usr/local/lib/vlc/codec/libffmpeg_plugin.so'
> (/usr/local/lib/vlc/codec/libffmpeg_plugin.so:
> undefined symbol:
> IF2block_size)
> Is the 01.06. revision a good guess or can I also
> take a later one for
> the bindings to work. Anybody any hints? Littlejohn
> perhaps?
> Otherwise I might just have to sadly say goodbye to
> the java bindings in
> my project and connect Red5 and vlc's video stream
> per http and remote
> control like via vlm telnet interface(?). Or does
> somebody have a better
> idea?
> @j-b: RTMP support in vlc would be the best thing.
> :) But I think this
> is out of the scope for me now.
> By the way is anybody investigating on that
> flv-muxing bug at the moment?
> I am kind of lost with this one,
> Thanks for your help, Alex
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