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herrpi
Beginner
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Compile error with gcc on linux

Hey everyone,

I'm desperately trying to compile some of the audio-video-codecs samples on a Debian system with gcc. The intention is to get an H.264 encoder to run on an arm-based embedded system. I use Intel IPP v.60 for Linux OS.

For some first tests I'm trying just to compile the "umc_video_enc_con" on my local PC.

The pre-compiled samples are working just fine! I was able to encode a YUV raw video file as H.264 and play it again with the help of "simple_player".

How can I compile these samples with gcc??

I get many error messages, among others: (I typed 'gcc video_enc_con.cpp')

.... error: utils.h: No such file or directory
.... error: vm_time.h: No such file or directory

and so on!!

I've already tried to specify the include files by command line options but I guess there has to be some more professional solution!

Thanks for every advice!

-Simon.

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Vladimir_Dudnik
Employee
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Simon,

please check first if your target platform is listed in the list of supported IPP platforms.

Regards,
Vladimir

herrpi
Beginner
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Vladimir,

yes, this could indeed be my problem! My target platform (ARM architecture) seems not to be supported by the IPP...

Well, thanks anyway!

-Simon.

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