According to ffmpeg configure file, to support samba it needs to be compiled with the
"--enable-libsmbclient" configuration option. However, by default it is not
turned on. I have confirmed this by printing all the config options of my ffmpeg from
Adding "--enable-libsmbclient" option and libsmbclient-devel dependency to the
packman build (and the OSS build) should solve this problem.
On Fri, 13 Mar 2020, at 7:39 AM, İsmail Dönmez wrote:
On 13 Mar 07:35, Xu Zhao wrote:
After a Tumbleweed update, mpv no longer plays
movie files on a samba share of my NAS drive.
The Tumbleweed version is 20200309.
Opening the movie file from the commandline throws the following error:
$ mpv smb://email@example.com/share/movie/1.mp4
[ffmpeg] Protocol not found. Make sure ffmpeg/Libav is compiled with networking support.
Failed to open smb://firstname.lastname@example.org/share/movie/1.mp4.
I am using the following versions of ffmpeg and libav* from the Packman repository.
I have seen a similar complaint on openSUSE forum which describes the exact same
Does anything change recently on buliding the ffmpeg and/or mpv related packages?
mpv is now using ffmpeg for samba support:
but looks like our ffmpeg is missing samba support. Will look into it.
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