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Old 06-26-2003, 06:47 PM   #1
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mplayer compile, windows waveout, windows.h and mmsystem.h

I'm trying to compile mplayer with support for Windows waveOut, win32 audio output and configure complains windows.h and mmsystem.h are not present. Anybody know where I can get these include files?
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Did you put the win32 codec in the /usr/lib/win32 folder?
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Yes, all the win32 codecs are in /usr/lib/win32 directory. I downloaded them from the mplayer site.


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