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Finally figured out my issue with libav on Freebsd (and possibly freenas?). Apparently my issue was caused by the default gcc 4.2 version shipped with FreeBSD 9. I tried with gcc 4.6 after noticing comments here and it works great!
All you need to do is install gcc from ports (in my case I used lang/gcc46 as it was already installed).
Then use something like this for the configure:
./configure --prefix=/usr/local/airvideo/libav --enable-pthreads --disable-shared --enable-static --enable-gpl --enable-libx264 --enable-libmp3lame --enable-nonfree --enable-libfaac --extra-ldflags="-L/usr/local/lib" --extra-cflags="-I/usr/local/include" --cc=gcc46
I did some more testing, it seems to happen with all h264 files unless you're using live conversion.

it shows the below over and over in the airvideo log:

I double checked that the prior version worked, so I've rolled back to that for now but it'd be good to get 10-bit h264 videos working.
Anyone got the new version with libav to work with FreeBSD? (9.0 x64).

When I try to use .mkv's it doesn't render it properly (see attached for what it looks like).
Any chance on updating the linux version to 2.4.5-beta7 for 10 bit support?
pieman wrote:Got the problem sorted by downloading and compiling x264, and by dropping libfaad out of the ./configure. I also added libtheora and libvorbis.

However I still can't convert /mkv files - is there something I missed in compiling ffmpeg for this?


Try compiling ffmpeg without --disable-decoder=aac
Legend. Thanks for that lebennebel. That compiled fine, just need to wait until I'm home before I can give it a go.

Has anyone managed to compile ffmpeg for 2.4.5-beta3 with alpha 5? Using the ./configure options in this thread I got ffmpeg for 2.2.5 to compile but the same options don't work with the latest.
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