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== On Windows ==
=== using official mxe-build and ffmpeg binaries === This is at the moment the preferred way for windows users and assumes that you've installed Octave from the official MXE build from to the default path. Download the ffmpeg binaries for windows from You need the "32-bit Dev" and "32-bit Shared" archive. These instructions were tested with * ffmpeg-20160105-git-68eb208-win32-shared.7z* ffmpeg-20160105-git-68eb208-win32-dev.7z Now * Extract the bin/*.dll from ffmpeg-20160105-git-68eb208-win32-shared.7z to C:\Octave\Octave-4.0.0\bin* Extract include/* from ffmpeg-20160105-git-68eb208-win32-dev.7z to C:\Octave\Octave-4.0.0\include (You should now, for example, see C:\Octave\Octave-4.0.0\include\libavutil\version.h)* Extract lib/* from ffmpeg-20160105-git-68eb208-win32-dev.7z to C:\Octave\Octave-4.0.0\lib Download a patched version (no pkg_config check for ffmpeg and PixelFormat -> AVPixelFormat) from [[Media:video-1.2.1_win_ffmpeg.tar.gz]] Compile and install from Octave with<code> pkg -verbose install video-1.2.1_win_ffmpeg.tar.gz</code> === mxe-octave ===You can also use mxe-octave to include ffmpeg, there is already a target for it.
= Known bugs =
* On MXE-Octave with ffmpeg crosscompiled "clear all" after using "addframe" causes a segmentation fault


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