> On Monday 29 June 2015 04:40:15 pm Jesper Taxbøl wrote:
> > It seems to be in git in a very recent commit. (7days ago)
> Nothing else is supported on this mailing list.
> > I have downloaded the source and can see hap when i run
> > ./configure --list-encoders
> > I also tried building it but I havent figured out how to
> > specify that it should use the hap codec to encode.
> > How would I trigger its use?
> You first have to install a library called "snappy" (I
> have never heard of it, sorry), then run configure with
> You should be able to use -vcodec hap then.
> Please avoid top-posting here, Carl Eugen
> On Tuesday 30 June 2015 02:21:41 pm Jesper Taxbøl wrote:
> > ffmpeg -i test.mp4 -vcodec hap -format hap_q out.mov
> > It seems to require a mov extension,
> The only hap samples I found were mov files, do you
> have other samples?
> > but im happy :)
> Thank you for testing!
> Did you successfully feed FFmpeg's output files to
> another tool?
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No, I just had a h264 movie I tested with.
I guess they require mov extension.
I fed the result into Unity3D, via the AVPro Quicktime plugin, which should
be a QT player of some sort.