Release Notes: Compatibility with gcc 4.0 and SPARC64/Linux was improved.
Release Notes: The major change in this version is the new MPEG encoder plugin, which uses the mpeg2enc encoder as a backend. Both MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding are possible. Some bugs were fixed in other parts like the decoding of XVID video, which was broken in the last version, and timestamp handling in MPEG files.
Release Notes: The MPEG module can read DVDs. The command line frontend av_convert now allows selecting the audio and video track to process, for files that have more than one track. Some internal changes to the API of libVideoFile allow passing options to modules, and the file type detection was improved. A new video codec for uncompressed video is included.
Release Notes: A complete rewrite of the AVI I/O module improves the hnadling of AVI files. It is now possible to read and write AVI files over 2 GB in the OpenDML AVI extension. The OpenQuicktime library can be used instead of Ouicktime4Linux, and there are some new audio codecs.
Release Notes: The mpeg IO-modul can now write mpeg1/2 system streams, and some bugs with seeking in mpeg files were fixed.
Release Notes: Some fixes for gcc 3.2 compatibility were made.
Release Notes: Some internal changes to the API of libVideoFile were made. av_convert now can crop and scale the video to a given size, and there is a new IO module for reading multiplexed mpeg-1/2 system streams. An English translation was added.
Release Notes: A bug in reading AVI files with 5-channel AC3 audio was fixed. Some cleanups in the audio subsystem were made.
Release Notes: A new codec-plugin was added to support the audio- and video-codecs of ffmpeg. This will give support for reading and writing DivX3, MJPEG, H263 and MPEG1 video, and AC3 and MP2 audio.
Release Notes: A new io-module for MPEG video streams and an MPEG 1/2 video decoder plugin were added.