|author||Joe Drago <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Mon Mar 08 11:59:31 2021 -0800|
|committer||Joe Drago <email@example.com>||Mon Mar 08 11:59:31 2021 -0800|
Rename AVIF_MAX_IMAGE_SIZE to AVIF_DEFAULT_MAX_IMAGE_SIZE, set defaults in avifDecoder, promote some indexing math vars to uint32_t, update some comments
This library aims to be a friendly, portable C implementation of the AV1 Image File Format, as described here:
It is a work-in-progress, but can already encode and decode all AOM supported YUV formats and bit depths (with alpha).
For now, it is recommended that you checkout/use tagged releases instead of just using the master branch. I will regularly create new versions as bugfixes and features are added.
Please see the examples in the examples directory. If you're already building
libavif, enable the CMake option
AVIF_BUILD_EXAMPLES in order to build and run the examples too.
Building libavif requires CMake.
No AV1 codecs are enabled by default. Enable them by enabling any of the following CMake options:
AVIF_CODEC_AOM- requires CMake, NASM
AVIF_CODEC_DAV1D- requires Meson, Ninja, NASM
AVIF_CODEC_LIBGAV1- requires CMake, Ninja
AVIF_CODEC_RAV1E- requires cargo (Rust), NASM
These libraries (in their C API form) must be externally available (discoverable via CMake‘s
FIND_LIBRARY) to use them, or if libavif is a child CMake project, the appropriate CMake target must already exist by the time libavif’s CMake scripts are executed.
ext/ subdirectory contains a handful of basic scripts which each pull down a known-good copy of an AV1 codec and make a local static library build. If you want to statically link any codec into your local (static) build of libavif, building using one of these scripts and then enabling the associated
AVIF_LOCAL_* is a convenient method, but you must make sure to disable
BUILD_SHARED_LIBS in CMake to instruct it to make a static libavif library.
If you want to build/install shared libraries for AV1 codecs, you can still peek inside of each script to see where the current known-good SHA is for each codec.
If you're building on Windows with Visual Studio 2019 and want to try out libavif without going through the build process, static library builds for both Debug and Release are available on AppVeyor.
Released under the BSD License.
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