On Friday, March 2, 2018 1:05:59 PM CET, Evert Vorster wrote:
Hi there Felix.

I use Arch linux, it is good for development too, and I maintain the testing kdenlife packages.


..or KDE Neon is rather easy to install and has very recent packages of Qt and KDE Frameworks by default.

You will however probably need to compile MLT by yourself since no distro has picked up MLT 6.6.0 yet.


On 2 Mar 2018 14:02, "Félix David" <felixg.da...@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi !

Thanks for helping ! But I wont be able to try it...

I had a problem with my boot and I had to reset my main disk. Then could you tell me what distro do you use ? One with a good Qt and MLT support I could install, because for now I mostly use Linux for development and mostly kdenlive (I hope I'll be able to work on it soon...).

Thank you very much,


2018-02-26 20:52 GMT+01:00 Vincent Pinon <vpi...@kde.org>:
Le lundi 26 février 2018, 09:16:37 CET Jean-Baptiste Mardelle a écrit :
Check the version there. You probably have a .pc file pointing to 6.5.0
version in /usr/lib/pkgconfig. Easiest is probably to delete these 2 files
and reinstall MLT.
Kdenlive tries to locate MLT using pkg-config. You can
verify with the following command:
pkg-config --libs mlt-framework
It should output something like:
-L/usr/local/lib -lmlt
And /usr/local/lib
should contain your 6.6.0 libraries

Personally I use the following setup successfully (customize INSTALL_PREFIX to your liking) (included in my .bashrc to avoid retyping it):


cd mlt
./configure --enable-gpl --enable-gpl3 --enable-debug --prefix=$INSTALL_PREFIX
make -j4 && make install
cd ../kdenlive/build
make -j4 install

but for sure Qt5.5 is really old.
instructions to setup a chroot here : https://community.kde.org/Kdenlive/Development/KF5#Older_Linux_Distributions
(just updated it to point to 17.10 instead of old 15.04)

Good luck!


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