flutter_ffmpeg 0.2.2
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Flutter plugin to run FFmpeg on mobile platforms. Supports iOS and Android.

flutter_ffmpeg #

GitHub release

FFmpeg plugin for Flutter. Supports iOS and Android.

1. Features #

  • Based on MobileFFmpeg

  • Supports

    • Both Android (API 21+) and iOS (SDK 9.3+)

    • FFmpeg v4.2-dev-x (master) releases

    • arm-v7a, arm-v7a-neon, arm64-v8a, x86 and x86_64 architectures on Android

    • armv7, armv7s, arm64, arm64e, i386 and x86_64 architectures on iOS

    • 24 external libraries

      fontconfig, freetype, fribidi, gmp, gnutls, kvazaar, lame, libaom, libass, libiconv, libilbc, libtheora, libvorbis, libvpx, libwebp, libxml2, opencore-amr, opus, shine, snappy, soxr, speex, twolame, wavpack

    • 4 external libraries with GPL license

      vid.stab, x264, x265, xvidcore

    • zlib and MediaCodec Android system libraries

    • bzip2, zlib iOS system libraries and AudioToolbox, CoreImage, VideoToolbox, AVFoundation iOS system frameworks

  • Licensed under LGPL 3.0, can be customized to support GPL v3.0

  • Includes eight different packages with different external libraries enabled in FFmpeg

min min-gpl https https-gpl audio video full full-gpl
external libraries - vid.stab
x264
x265
xvidcore
gmp
gnutls
gmp
gnutls
vid.stab
x264
x265
xvidcore
lame
libilbc
libvorbis
opencore-amr
opus
shine
soxr
speex
twolame
wavpack
fontconfig
freetype
fribidi
kvazaar
libaom
libass
libiconv
libtheora
libvpx
libwebp
snappy
fontconfig
freetype
fribidi
gmp
gnutls
kvazaar
lame
libaom
libass
libiconv
libilbc
libtheora
libvorbis
libvpx
libwebp
libxml2
opencore-amr
opus
shine
snappy
soxr
speex
twolame
wavpack
fontconfig
freetype
fribidi
gmp
gnutls
kvazaar
lame
libaom
libass
libiconv
libilbc
libtheora
libvorbis
libvpx
libwebp
libxml2
opencore-amr
opus
shine
snappy
soxr
speex
twolame
vid.stab
wavpack
x264
x265
xvidcore
android system libraries zlib
MediaCodec
ios system libraries zlib
AudioToolbox
AVFoundation
CoreImage
VideoToolbox
bzip2

2. Installation #

Add flutter_ffmpeg as a dependency in your pubspec.yaml file.

2.1 Packages

Installation of FlutterFFmpeg using pub enables the default package, which is based on https package. It is possible to enable other packages using the following steps.

  1. Use the following dependency block in your pubspec.yaml file.

     dependencies:
       flutter_ffmpeg:
         git:
           url: git://github.com/tanersener/flutter-ffmpeg.git
           ref: v0.2.1
           path: packages/flutter_ffmpeg_<package_name>
    
    
  2. Update version in ref: argument.

  3. Set package name in path: packages/flutter_ffmpeg_<package_name>[_lts] section. Include _lts postfix only if you want to depend on an LTS release.

2.2 LTS Releases

flutter_ffmpeg is published in two different variants: Main Release and LTS Release. Both releases share the same source code but is built with different settings. Below you can see the changes between the two.

In order to install the LTS variant, install the flutter_ffmpeg_https_lts package using instructions in 2.1 or append _lts to the package name you are using.

Main Release LTS Release
Android API Level 24 21
Android Camera Access Yes -
Android Architectures arm-v7a-neon
arm64-v8a
x86
x86-64
arm-v7a
arm-v7a-neon
arm64-v8a
x86
x86-64
Xcode Support 10.1 7.3.1
iOS SDK 12.1 9.3
iOS Architectures arm64
arm64e
x86-64
armv7
arm64
i386
x86-64

3. Using #

  1. Execute commands.

    • Use execute() method with a single command line
     import 'package:flutter_ffmpeg/flutter_ffmpeg.dart';
    
     final FlutterFFmpeg _flutterFFmpeg = new FlutterFFmpeg();
    
     _flutterFFmpeg.execute("-i file1.mp4 -c:v mpeg4 file2.mp4").then((rc) => print("FFmpeg process exited with rc $rc"));
    
    • Use executeWithArguments() method with an array of arguments
     import 'package:flutter_ffmpeg/flutter_ffmpeg.dart';
    
     final FlutterFFmpeg _flutterFFmpeg = new FlutterFFmpeg();
    
     var arguments = ["-i", "file1.mp4", "-c:v", "mpeg4", "file2.mp4"];
     _flutterFFmpeg.executeWithArguments(arguments).then((rc) => print("FFmpeg process exited with rc $rc"));
    
  2. Check execution output. Zero represents successful execution, non-zero values represent failure.

     _flutterFFmpeg.getLastReturnCode().then((rc) => print("Last rc: $rc"));
    
     _flutterFFmpeg.getLastCommandOutput().then((output) => print("Last command output: $output"));
    
  3. Stop an ongoing operation. Note that this function does not wait for termination to complete and returns immediately.

     _flutterFFmpeg.cancel();
    
  4. Get media information for a file.

    • Print all fields
     _flutterFFmpeg.getMediaInformation("<file path or uri>").then((info) => print(info));
    
    • Print selected fields
     _flutterFFmpeg.getMediaInformation("<file path or uri>").then((info) {
         print("Media Information");
    
         print("Path: ${info['path']}");
         print("Format: ${info['format']}");
         print("Duration: ${info['duration']}");
         print("Start time: ${info['startTime']}");
         print("Bitrate: ${info['bitrate']}");
    
         if (info['streams'] != null) {
             final streamsInfoArray = info['streams'];
    
             if (streamsInfoArray.length > 0) {
                 for (var streamsInfo in streamsInfoArray) {
                     print("Stream id: ${streamsInfo['index']}");
                     print("Stream type: ${streamsInfo['type']}");
                     print("Stream codec: ${streamsInfo['codec']}");
                     print("Stream full codec: ${streamsInfo['fullCodec']}");
                     print("Stream format: ${streamsInfo['format']}");
                     print("Stream full format: ${streamsInfo['fullFormat']}");
                     print("Stream width: ${streamsInfo['width']}");
                     print("Stream height: ${streamsInfo['height']}");
                     print("Stream bitrate: ${streamsInfo['bitrate']}");
                     print("Stream sample rate: ${streamsInfo['sampleRate']}");
                     print("Stream sample format: ${streamsInfo['sampleFormat']}");
                     print("Stream channel layout: ${streamsInfo['channelLayout']}");
                     print("Stream sar: ${streamsInfo['sampleAspectRatio']}");
                     print("Stream dar: ${streamsInfo['displayAspectRatio']}");
                     print("Stream average frame rate: ${streamsInfo['averageFrameRate']}");
                     print("Stream real frame rate: ${streamsInfo['realFrameRate']}");
                     print("Stream time base: ${streamsInfo['timeBase']}");
                     print("Stream codec time base: ${streamsInfo['codecTimeBase']}");
                 }
             }
         }
    
    
  5. Enable log callback and redirect all FFmpeg logs to a console/file/widget.

     void logCallback(int level, String message) {
         print(message);
     }
     ...
     _flutterFFmpeg.enableLogCallback(this.logCallback);
    
  6. Enable statistics callback and follow the progress of an ongoing operation.

     void statisticsCallback(int time, int size, double bitrate, double speed, int videoFrameNumber, double videoQuality, double videoFps) {
         print("Statistics: time: $time, size: $size, bitrate: $bitrate, speed: $speed, videoFrameNumber: $videoFrameNumber, videoQuality: $videoQuality, videoFps: $videoFps");
     }
     ...
     _flutterFFmpeg.enableStatisticsCallback(this.statisticsCallback);
    
  7. Poll statistics without implementing statistics callback.

     _flutterFFmpeg.getLastReceivedStatistics().then((stats) => print(stats));
    
  8. Reset statistics before starting a new operation.

     _flutterFFmpeg.resetStatistics();
    
  9. Set log level.

     _flutterFFmpeg.setLogLevel(LogLevel.AV_LOG_WARNING);
    
  10. Register your own fonts by specifying a custom fonts directory, so they are available to use in FFmpeg filters.

    _flutterFFmpeg.setFontDirectory("<folder with fonts>");
    
  11. Use your own fontconfig configuration.

    _flutterFFmpeg.setFontconfigConfigurationPath("<fontconfig configuration directory>");
    
  12. Disable log functionality of the library. Logs will not be printed to console and log callback will be disabled.

    _flutterFFmpeg.disableLogs();
    
  13. Disable statistics functionality of the library. Statistics callback will be disabled but the last received statistics data will be still available.

    _flutterFFmpeg.disableStatistics();
    
  14. List enabled external libraries.

    _flutterFFmpeg.getExternalLibraries().then((packageList) {
         packageList.forEach((value) => print("External library: $value"));
    });
    

4. Tips #

  • You should not use double quotes (") to define your complex filters or map definitions.

       -filter_complex [0:v]scale=1280:-1[v] -map [v]
    
  • If your commands include unnecessary quotes or space characters, your command will fail with No such filter: ' ' errors. Please check your command and remove them.

  • flutter_ffmpeg uses file system paths, it does not know what an assets folder or project folder is. So you can't use resources on those folders directly, you need to provide full paths of those resources.

  • execute method is overloaded and has an optional delimiter parameter. Delimiter defines how the command string will be split into arguments. When delimiter is not specified the space character is used as the default delimiter. Based on this, if one or more of your command arguments include a space character, in filename path or in -filter_complex block, then your command string will be split into invalid arguments and execution will fail.
    You can fix this error by splitting your command string into array yourself and calling executeWithArguments method or using a different delimiter character in your command string and specifying it in the execute call.

  • Enabling ProGuard on Android causes linking errors. Please add the following rule inside your proguard-rules.pro file to preserve necessary method names and prevent linking errors.

      -keep class com.arthenica.mobileffmpeg.Config {
          native <methods>;
          void log(int, byte[]);
          void statistics(int, float, float, long , int, double, double);
      }
    
  • ffmpeg requires a valid fontconfig configuration to render subtitles. Unfortunately, Android does not include a default fontconfig configuration. So if you do not register a font or specify a fontconfig configuration under Android, then the burning process will not produce any errors but subtitles won't be burned in your file. You can overcome this situation by registering a font using setFontDirectory method or specifying your own fontconfig configuration using setFontconfigConfigurationPath method.

  • By default, Xcode compresses PNG files during packaging. If you use .png files in your commands make sure you set the following two settings to NO. If one of them is set to YES, your operations may fail with Error while decoding stream #0:0: Generic error in an external library error.

    png_settings
  • Some flutter_ffmpeg packages include libc++_shared.so native library. If a second library which also includes libc++_shared.so is added as a dependency, gradle fails with More than one file was found with OS independent path 'lib/x86/libc++_shared.so' error message.

    You can fix this error by adding the following block into your build.gradle.

    android {
        packagingOptions {
            pickFirst 'lib/x86/libc++_shared.so'
            pickFirst 'lib/x86_64/libc++_shared.so'
            pickFirst 'lib/armeabi-v7a/libc++_shared.so'
            pickFirst 'lib/arm64-v8a/libc++_shared.so'
        }
    }
    

5. Updates #

Refer to Changelog for updates.

6. License #

This project is licensed under the LGPL v3.0. However, if installation is customized to use a package with -gpl postfix (min-gpl, https-gpl, full-gpl) then FlutterFFmpeg is subject to the GPL v3.0 license.

Digital assets used in test applications are published in the public domain.

7. Contributing #

Feel free to submit issues or pull requests.

8. See Also #

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Publisher

arthenica.com

Flutter plugin to run FFmpeg on mobile platforms. Supports iOS and Android.

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