|author||huili2 <email@example.com>||Tue Aug 08 02:01:21 2017|
|committer||GitHub <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Tue Aug 08 02:01:21 2017|
Merge pull request #2794 from GuangweiWang/openh264v1.1 update openh264 v1.0.0 downlaod link for branch-openh264v1.1
OpenH264 is a codec library which supports H.264 encoding and decoding. It is suitable for use in real time applications such as WebRTC. See http://www.openh264.org/ for more details.
NASM needed to be installed for assembly code: workable version 2.07 or above, nasm can downloaded from http://www.nasm.us/
To build the arm assembly for Windows Phone, gas-preprocessor is required. It can be downloaded from git://git.libav.org/gas-preprocessor.git
To build for android platform, You need to install android sdk and ndk. You also need to export ANDROID_SDK/tools to PATH. On Linux, this can be done by
The codec and demo can be built by
‘make OS=android NDKROOT=ANDROID_NDK TARGET= ANDROID_TARGET’
Valid ANDROID_TARGET can be found in ANDROID_SDK/platforms, such as android-12. You can also set ARCH, NDKLEVEL, GCCVERSION according to your device and NDK version. ARCH specifies the architecture of android device. Currently only arm and x86 are supported, the default is arm. NDKLEVEL specifies android api level, the api level can be 12-19, the default is 12. GCCVERSION specifies which gcc in NDK is used, the default is 4.8.
By default these commands build for the armeabi-v7a ABI. To build for the other android ABIs, add “ARCH=mips” or “ARCH=x86”. To build for the older armeabi ABI (which has armv5te as baseline), add “APP_ABI=armeabi” (ARCH=arm is implicit).
You can build the libraries and demo applications using xcode project files located in codec/build/iOS/dec and codec/build/iOS/enc.
You can also build the libraries (but not the demo applications) using the make based build system from the command line. Build with
‘make OS=ios ARCH=ARCH’
Valid values for ARCH are the normal iOS architecture names such as armv7, armv7s, arm64, and i386 and x86_64 for the simulator. Additionally, one might need to add ‘SDK=X.Y’ to the make command line in case the default SDK version isn't available. Another settable iOS specific parameter is SDK_MIN, specifying the minimum deployment target for the built library. For other details on building using make on the command line, see ‘For All Platforms’ below.
Our Windows builds use MinGW which can be found here - http://www.mingw.org/
To build with gcc, add the MinGW bin directory (e.g. /c/MinGW/bin) to your path and follow the ‘For All Platforms’ instructions below.
To build with Visual Studio you will need to set up your path to run cl.exe. The easiest way is to start MSYS from a developer command line session - http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms229859(v=vs.110).aspx If you need to do it by hand here is an example from a Windows 64bit install of VS2012:
export PATH=“$PATH:/c/Program Files (x86)/Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0/VC/bin:/c/Program Files (x86)/Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0/Common7/IDE”
You will also need to set your INCLUDE and LIB paths to point to your VS and SDK installs. Something like this, again from Win64 with VS2012 (note the use of Windows-style paths here).
export INCLUDE=“C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\VC\include;C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\8.0\Include\um;C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\8.0\Include\shared” export LIB=“C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\8.0\Lib\Win8\um\x86;C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\VC\lib”
Then add ‘OS=msvc’ to the make line of the ‘For All Platforms’ instructions.
From the main project directory: ‘make’ for automatically detecting 32/64bit and building accordingly ‘make ENABLE64BIT=No’ for 32bit builds ‘make ENABLE64BIT=Yes’ for 64bit builds ‘make V=No’ for a silent build (not showing the actual compiler commands)
The command line programs h264enc and h264dec will appear in the main project directory.
A shell script to run the command-line apps is in testbin/CmdLineExample.sh
Usage information can be found in testbin/CmdLineReadMe
codec - encoder, decoder, console (test app), build (makefile, vcproj) build - scripts for Makefile build system. test - GTest unittest files. testbin - autobuild scripts, test app config files res - yuv and bitstream test files
See the issue tracker on https://github.com/cisco/openh264/issues
BSD, see LICENSE file for details.