FFmpeg Static Auto-Builds
Static Windows (x86_64) and Linux (x86_64) Builds of ffmpeg master and latest release branch.
Windows builds are targetting Windows 7 and newer.
Linux (x86_64) builds are targetting Ubuntu 16.04 (glibc-2.23 + linux-4.4) and anything more recent.
Linux (arm64) builds are targetting Ubuntu 18.04 (glibc-2.27 + linux-4.15) and anything more recent.
Builds run daily at 12:00 UTC (or GitHubs idea of that time) and are automatically released on success.
Auto-Builds run ONLY for win64 and linux(arm)64. There are no win32/x86 auto-builds, though you can produce win32 builds yourself following the instructions below.
Release Retention Policy
- The last build of each month is kept for two years.
- The last 14 daily builds are kept.
- The special "latest" build floats and provides consistent URLs always pointing to the latest build.
For a list of included dependencies check the scripts.d directory. Every file corresponds to its respective package.
How to make a build
./makeimage.sh target variant [addin [addin] [addin] ...]
./build.sh target variant [addin [addin] [addin] ...]
On success, the resulting zip file will be in the
Targets, Variants and Addins
linux64(x86_64 Linux, glibc>=2.23, linux>=4.4)
linuxarm64(arm64 (aarch64) Linux, glibc>=2.27, linux>=4.15)
The linuxarm64 target will not build some dependencies due to lack of arm64 (aarch64) architecture support or cross-compiling restrictions.
xavs2: aarch64 support is broken.
libva: Library for Intel QSV, so there is no aarch64 support.
gplIncludes all dependencies, even those that require full GPL instead of just LGPL.
lgplLacking libraries that are GPL-only. Most prominently libx264 and libx265.
nonfreeIncludes fdk-aac in addition to all the dependencies of the gpl variant.
gpl-sharedSame as gpl, but comes with the libav* family of shared libs instead of pure static executables.
lgpl-sharedSame again, but with the lgpl set of dependencies.
nonfree-sharedSame again, but with the nonfree set of dependencies.
All of those can be optionally combined with any combination of addins:
6.0to build from the respective release branch instead of master.
debugto not strip debug symbols from the binaries. This increases the output size by about 250MB.
ltobuild all dependencies and ffmpeg with -flto=auto (HIGHLY EXPERIMENTAL, broken for Windows, sometimes works for Linux)