I’m setting up a new OS X machine for work on an app for capturing RSTP streams to Syphon streams. I’d like to install the dependencies with Homebrew, if possible.
I’m tracking @arturo 's README for ofxGstreamer and the list of required packages:
gstreamer-1.0-1.7.1-x86_64.pkg installs the necesary libraries for applications to run gstreamer-1.0-devel-1.7.1-x86_64.pkg installs the development files needed to compile gst applications gstreamer-1.0-1.7.1-x86_64-packages.dmg contains some additional packages that are needed to encode some formats like h264, some of these packages have GPL license or use patented formats. Download the dmg and install the following packages from that collection:
…and wondering if I can get it all with Homebrew. I have installed:
- gstreamer: gstreamer — Homebrew Formulae
- gst-devtools: gst-devtools — Homebrew Formulae
- gst-plugins-base: gst-plugins-base — Homebrew Formulae
- gst-plugins-good: gst-plugins-good — Homebrew Formulae
and I’m trying to build an empty app with the
ofxGstreamer addon in XCode 13.2.1; i’m getting:
/Users/te/Documents/of_v0.11.2_osx_release/libs/openFrameworks/video/ofGstUtils.h:10:10: 'gst/gst.h' file not found
What am I missing?
I have confirmed that if I install the the same gstreamer verions (1.18.5) as homebrew using the packags provided by gstreamer I am able to build successfully. So the question is, can I make this work with homebrew installation?