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The Openlibraries


The Openlibraries are a powerful, cross-platform set of C++ libraries that provide developers with key components for the development of rich media applications. The Openlibraries are the first of its kind and represent a crucial step forward in the development of open source tools for creating digital content. Its library modules can be used to develop applications for such things as editing, compositing, media players, encoders and image processing.

About The Openlibraries

About openlibraries
Openlibraries Overview

User Development Guides

OpenMediaLib Developer Guide

Build Information

syncing with stable Repositories

building on linux
release on linux

building on OS X
release on osx

building on Windows
release on windows


building ffmpeg from source
MinGW/msys (ffmpeg windows)
building FAAD2

Other Documentation

Open Libraries dependencies’ licenses
supported codecs and containers for decoding