Release Notes: Official Debian packages. The limit of 12 titles is gone; now you can create discs with up to 90 titles and/or 90 files. You can add a title to the menu and shadows to the menu texts. You can place the menu text to the right, left, or center. YADIF deinterlace filter support. Contextual help. Support for a resolution of 160x128 pixels in DivX. Now, when creating a PAL disk from a 24 FPS source, DeVeDe speeds it up instead of adding one frame per 24, obtaining a more fluid animation.
Release Notes: Video bitrate is automatically adjusted to ensure that the ISO or BIN/CUE image occupies the maximum size in the disk. Up to 32 subtitle tracks are supported. The subtitle's language may be specified. The language to use may be chosen when the original video contains several audio tracks. The video can be rotated and flipped. Multicore support was added. Classic and widescreen videos may be mixed in the same disk. High Definition is supported in DivX. A more elegant menu system is used. A bug when Mplayer is compiled with --enable-color-console was fixed.
Release Notes: A menu may be added to the DVD with a list of the titles and a custom background picture. The current disc structure may be saved in order to reuse it or continue working on it later. Some other minor features and bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: This release adds support for true DVD subtitles. You can create 16:9 DVDs from widescreen videos. The default MBD has been changed to 2 (slower but greater quality). This release installs in /usr/local.
Release Notes: Allows you to specify that a file is already a DVD-compliant MPEG-PS file, so it won't be recompressed. Allows you to deinterlace the video, choose the MacroBlock algorithm, and use Trellis filter. Allows you to choose the directory for the temporary file used during preview, and remembers it. The first major code refactoring to enhance the maintainability.
Release Notes: VideoCD, SuperVCD, and CVDs may now be created. The user may override the default resolution. Custom commands may be passed to Mencoder. The order of the files and titles may be changed. The interface is a little more intuitive. Advanced features have been grouped, so novices will see only the most important options. A litle bug which occurred when a video header tells that it has an aspect ratio of 0 or 1 was fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds full support for PAL/SECAM and NTSC. Now the user can choose the kind of disc to create. It adds support for more resolutions (352x288/352x240), so DVDs made from low-resolution videos will have better quality. It scales the video or resamples the audio if needed, so the conversion is a litle faster. There are some minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version allows you to adjust the audio delay to ensure perfect audio/video sync. It adds a Preview button to check the video quality and the audio sync without converting all the files. It slightly reduces its priority when launched, allowing you to continue working with the computer without a speed penalty, checks if you have write permission for the destination directory, and is much more compliant with the Gnome HIGs.