[Vorbis] Vorbis libraries
blake.g.rollins at gmail.com
Wed Mar 25 11:02:48 PDT 2009
Cool, thanks for the advice. I found the dlls in the tools package, though I
still can't find any static libs. I am using Visual Studio 2008 on Windows;
however, I have Fedora on my machine as well, so I will see if I can get the
libs through linux.
On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 11:26 AM, Ian Malone <ibmalone at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/3/25 Blake Rollins <blake.g.rollins at gmail.com>:
> > Hello All,
> > Please excuse the noob-ness of my question, but I am just starting out
> > Vorbis decoding/encoding. I downloaded all the necessary header files
> > (codec.h, vorbisfile.h, vorbisenc.h, ogg.h); however I cannot find any
> > pre-compiled static or dynamic libraries that I need, all I can find is
> > source code. Are there any precompiled libraries I can download, or do I
> > have to compile them myself? (I have had issues in the past compiling
> > downloaded source code). Thanks
> What platform are you using? On Linux/Unix building libogg and
> libvorbis from source shouldn't be difficult (you'll need to do libogg
> first), but most distros will provide -devel packages (e.g.
> libogg-devel in Fedora) so you shouldn't need to do it anyway unless
> you want to work with libraries from svn.
> Windows development I'm not so sure, but the vorbis-tools download at
> Xiph <http://downloads.xiph.org/releases/vorbis/vorbis-tools-win32-bin.7z>
> contains dlls and you might want also want to look at
> I believe there are also visual studio project files included with the
> source code and if you have difficulty building them you can always
> ask here.
> Hope this helps.
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