- dvdauthor 0.6.11
- ImageMagick 5.5.4
- urw-fonts >= 1.1-8 for nice fonts
- ffmpeg> 0.4.8 for AC3 audio
- mkisofs from cdrtools
- dvdrecord from dvdrtools if you want to actually burn dvds.
- (optional) lame for mp3 audio decoding
- (optional) oggdec for ogg audio decoding
- (optional) toolame for faster mpeg2 audio encoding. Works with version 0.2L and 0.2M.
First, you'll need all of the required packages in order to create and burn a dvd: ImageMagick > 5.5.4 Sox dvdauthor > 0.6.11 lame [required for mp3 decoding] oggdec [required for ogg decoding] mkisofs dvdrtools [to actually burn dvds] ffmpeg > 0.4.8 [ for ac3 audio ] jhead [for dir2slideshow] In order to install the dvd-slideshow package, you can copy the executables into a bin directory in your path. Man pages are provided in man/ and there are also some documents in the doc/ directory. OR You can execute (as root): sh install.sh This will simply do the following: ## install some files and such: # copy documentation: cp man/dvd-slideshow.1 /usr/local/man/man1/. cp man/dvd-menu.1 /usr/local/man/man1/. cp man/dir2slideshow.1 /usr/local/man/man1/. cp man/gallery1-to-slideshow.1 /usr/local/man/man1/. cp man/jigl2slideshow.1 /usr/local/man/man1/. # copy executables: cp dvd-slideshow /usr/bin/. cp dvd-menu /usr/bin/. cp gallery1-to-slideshow /usr/bin/. cp jigl2slideshow /usr/bin/. cp dir2slideshow /usr/bin/. remove old versions: if [ -r "/usr/bin/gallery2slideshow" ] ; then echo "Removing old gallery2slideshow and installing gallery1-to-slideshow instead" echo "See changelog for details." rm "/usr/bin/gallery2slideshow" rm "/usr/local/man/man1/gallery2slideshow.1" fi
Note that repositories often have quite old versions of dvd-slideshow!
- Gentoo Linux
dvd-slideshow is in the stable branch of portage, just type "emerge -av dvd-slideshow"
- Suse Linux
You can install dvd-slideshow with yast.
- Ubuntu Linux
- Download the .deb file from sourceforge and either double-click on it to install or use "sudo dpkg -i dvd-slideshow.deb".
- You may be able to find dvd-slideshow in the multiverse repository, but it is often not the most recent.
- Install it with "apt-get install dvd-slideshow"
- Debian Linux
- As with Ubuntu, your best bet is to download the dvd-slideshow .deb file from sourceforge, and install in the same way as Ubuntu.
- You can find dvd-slideshow in the debian-multimedia repository which can be accessed by adding the following line to your /etc/apt/sources.list
- deb http://www.debian-multimedia.org lenny main
- Then either "Reload" if you're using synaptic, or type "apt-get update" at the command line
- Then search for dvd-slideshow and install!