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[Linphone-developers] building minimal mediastreaming2 on Linux

From: Simon Röhrl
Subject: [Linphone-developers] building minimal mediastreaming2 on Linux
Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2016 15:56:05 +0200 (CEST)

Hey everyone,


I’m investigating on streaming libraries. In my final program I just want to display a h264 encoded video stream. There is no need for audio, encryption …

I started git cloning the mediastreaming2 repository, followed by the dependencies bctoolbox, mbedtls and ortp. I compiled the latter ones successfully.

The mediastreamer2 README points out to call “./configure”. There is no file “configure”, just a “”. Do I need to generate “configure” from “”? How?

If I try to use cmake as buildsystem (which should be added to readme if it’s applicable) I receive several messages about missing libraries: bzrtp, srtp, gsm, bv16 …
, along with the line: “mediastreamer2 will be compile without …”. So this seems fine to me as I don’t want to use them. The only
error I get is complaining about the missing speex library, but I don’t want to use that either.  How can  I build a minimal mediastreamer2? After this step I want to add openh264 as decoder.

The README also states to use the linphone-desktop project, but this seems an overkill to me (after cloning ~1GB of data + can’t see a way to a minimal configuration)


Any hints are appreciated.


Thanks and Cheers

Simon Röhrl

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