AOM AV1 encoder/decoder in Debian needs update to enable AVIF saving

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  • rav1e

    The fastest and safest AV1 encoder.

    This issue could additionally be solved by packaging rav1e, which libavif can use for encoding. Getting it included in Debian is a goal of the project:

  • qt-avif-image-plugin

    Qt plug-in to allow Qt and KDE based applications to read/write AVIF images.

    libavif supports building selected dependencies locally. I have a script which builds static libaom to be bundled into libavif together with libyuv. It was necessary to add -DCONFIG_PIC=1 Does Debian allow bundled dependencies? Because that would be a possibility how to build feature complete libavif.

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  • cargo-c

    build and install C-compatible libraries

    Beside rav1e there is need also for cargo-c, so that rav1e can provide C-compatible library.

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