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module “QtMultimedia” is not installed
doelldd last edited by
I've installed Qt and Qtcreator on a Raspberry Pi 3 using the normal apt-get install method. Everything seems to work fine except when I try to build the declarative-camera example or other multimedia examples I get an error saying "module "QtMultimedia" is not installed". Then the empty white application window pops up.
I've tried installing and reinstalling all the required packages such as libqt5multimedia5, qtmultimedia5-dev, etc and it just says they are installed with newest version.
Has anyone had success with getting qt multimedia working on raspberry pi?
Hi and welcome to devnet,
Did you also install the qt5declarative packages ?
MajidKamali last edited by
I have some issues on Raspberry with QtMultimedia (here).
I had to manually compile QtMultimedia and copy libQtMultimediaQuick.so (and related libs) and qml folder of the compiled module to RPi and it works (almost).
When using the distribution provided packages, the correct thing to do is to install the libqt5multimediaquick5.
tenzinsean last edited by
any option to install from terminal ? im newbie qt. i face same problem.
any option to install from terminal ?
Yes, like any other package on your OS.
On Debian based Linux system like this:
sudo apt install libqt5multimedia5
or what ever package you need...