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Raspberry Pi: Build QTMultimedia with GStreamer support
I am trying to compile QT5 with gstreamer for a long time now, I think I am getting closer to the main problem.
What did I do: Native compile of qt5 on raspberry pi (no cross compile)
What is my Problem: After compiling there is no libgstmediaplayer.so in the mediaservices folder. It does not even test in configuration, if gstreamer is installed.
The problem is that gstreamer support is now disabled as default (see in this "commit":https://github.com/meta-qt5/meta-qt5/commit/faad8d1df1aee67f9d1a7e9ea3c13f92d04baf8e
How do i tell the compiler/whatever that I want to compile with gstreamer-plugin? In other threads people reference to the line PACKAGECONFIG_append_pn-qtmultimedia = " gstreamer010" in the local.conf - I do not have this file in my raspbian image.
Any help is appreciated, thank you!
It seems, that I asked in the wrong place. Does anybody have a clue where I can get help on this?
I am curious if I am the only one on earth without libgstmediaplayer.so for arm-cpus...
Do you need webkit ? If not, then I'd try to just disable it and revert the changes to that file.
You can also try asking the OpenEmbedded guys
Hope it helps
Thank you for the reply!
No, I do not need webkit, could you please explain in which file I can disable it?
IIRC it's as simple as removing the qtwebkit folder before you configure Qt or add -no-webkit when you configure