I was originally going to create a non-Arduino version designed to work in any C++11 environment,
but it got put on the back-burner.
If I put it into the library, I’d have trouble updating it, and there might be issues with breaking changes that I’ve got planned for FixedPoints.
(I don’t know if milestones are publicly visible, but here’s the 2.0.0 milestone.)
So basically: maybe at some point, but not yet, and if I can find the time to start work on the general C++ edition, that version should work for Pokitto anyway.
Perhaps. The two reasons I suggested a script rather than a library are because a script would be less effort and it would allow for better customisation.
If we used that library you linked to, I’d recommend rewriting some of it so it uses
delete instead of
free and doesn’t use deprecated headers (i.e. make it use
#include <cstdlib> instead of
Though that particular library is a very minimalist approach and doesn’t provide the range of options that doing commandline ffmpeg would allow.
But it gets points for using Allman style braces.