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How to quickly compile FFmpeg with opus and x264

If you need to build your ffmpeg for the real-time audio/video streaming (e.g. for VoIP, video-chat, live-TV), you can use Opus audio codec in the combination with x264 video codec, to get the best from both worlds.

Follow these steps before you attempt to compile your FFmpeg:

  1. See How to quickly compile libopus
  2. See How to quickly compile libx264

In order to quickly compile your FFmpeg with the support for libraries libopus and libx264, you can type the following commands in your shell:

$ cd /my/path/where/i/keep/compiled/stuff
$ git clone git://source.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg.git
$ cd ffmpeg
$ ./configure --enable-gpl --enable-libx264 --enable-libopus
$ make
# make install

P.S. If you are using Ubuntu, you'll most probably have to use sudo for the last command, like:

$ sudo make install
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