I know there are still some folks out there having trouble getting Avidemux to run on Mac OS X 10.7+ (Lion and Mountain Lion). I was organizing my bookmarks this morning (I know, I know), and here is a quick fix to get Avidemux running smoothly—well as smoothly as it ever ran—on Lion and Mtn Lion machines. This is the fix I used when upgrading my OS this past Fall and it worked very well.
Download Avidemux from it’s official repository ;
Open the DMG archive and copy “avidemux2″ to your “Applications” folder ;
Browse to the “Applications” folder, select “avidemux2″ (control or right click) and select the “Show Package Content” option ;
Browse to “Contents/Resources/lib” and delete the “libiconv.2.dylib” and “libxml2.2.dylib” files ;
Browse back to the “Applications” folder and start “avidemux2″.
I can confirm this works well with OS X 10.8 (Mtn Lion) and Avidemux 2.5.4.As I understand it, it also works well with OS X 10.7 (Lion)
Apparently you can also use Terminal to remove these library files as well (Not the method I used, I’m not very Terminal savvy).
# cd /Applications/avidemux2.app/Contents/Resources/lib # rm libiconv.2.dylib libxml2.2.dylib
I found this fix here
Happy New Year

I know there are still some folks out there having trouble getting Avidemux to run on Mac OS X 10.7+ (Lion and Mountain Lion). I was organizing my bookmarks this morning (I know, I know), and here is a quick fix to get Avidemux running smoothly—well as smoothly as it ever ran—on Lion and Mtn Lion machines. This is the fix I used when upgrading my OS this past Fall and it worked very well.

  • Download Avidemux from it’s official repository ;
  • Open the DMG archive and copy “avidemux2″ to your “Applications” folder ;
  • Browse to the “Applications” folder, select “avidemux2″ (control or right click) and select the “Show Package Content” option ;
  • Browse to “Contents/Resources/lib” and delete the “libiconv.2.dylib” and “libxml2.2.dylib” files ;
  • Browse back to the “Applications” folder and start “avidemux2″.

I can confirm this works well with OS X 10.8 (Mtn Lion) and Avidemux 2.5.4.
As I understand it, it also works well with OS X 10.7 (Lion)

Apparently you can also use Terminal to remove these library files as well (Not the method I used, I’m not very Terminal savvy).

# cd /Applications/avidemux2.app/Contents/Resources/lib
# rm libiconv.2.dylib libxml2.2.dylib

I found this fix here

Happy New Year