Release Notes: Better multithreading, fixes in the sub-picture code, and some new features.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few compilation issues and includes other cleanups.
Release Notes: This release is considered the first fully-featured version of Drip. All the known bugs and limitations have been fixed. Among them is NTSC support, PPC compilation, and some bundled filters. All users of previous versions should upgrade to this one.
Release Notes: NTSC DVDs are now encoded in sync. Compilation is possible on PPC Llinux with gcc, and the program now allows you to select which codec to use for encoding. Many other bugfixes and feature enhancements were made.
Release Notes: This release as about 250% faster than version 0.8.0. A few new features have been added. This version should work for most PAL DVDs and is considered to be the first stable, non-beta release.
Release Notes: The DVD reading has been rewritten based on libdvdread. It has new filters like PAL deinterlacing, correct aspect handling, and many more. Much work has been put into improving stability.
Release Notes: DVD title parsing is improved, and aspect handling now works correctly. Corba is no longer is use, and an avifile is scanned for available codecs.
Release Notes: This release has a completely rewritten DVD handling code, deinterlacing, and can cope with large files - it no longer needs to mount the DVD disk.
Release Notes: The features of Drip that were too limited have been improved greatly, like automatic clipping, DVD aspect scaling, and corrrect subpicture handling.
Release Notes: This release fixes most of the problems reported, has all the patches included, has new features like OpenDIVX support, has encoding speedups, utilises libdvdcss, and has updated documentation.