Projects / dvdspanky


dvdspanky is a CLI tool for converting video files into DVD compatible MPEG streams. It is designed to be easy to use no matter the input source, to automate common transcoding tasks, and provide powerful features such as specifying the destination file size and calculated clipping and letter-boxing. It provides a front-end to transcode, MJPEG tools, mplayer, and feh. The output is ready to use in programs such as dvdauthor.

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Recent releases

  •  21 Jun 2007 17:36

    Release Notes: Additional features were added, including reading from DVD and video deinterlacing. There are improvements to post processing, preview, system behaviour, and more. Bugfixes include unnecessary Mplayer fallback, speed adjustment cropping audio, and coping with various versions of ffmpeg.

    •  09 Jun 2007 07:18

      Release Notes: A minor filename handling bugfix.

      •  07 Jun 2007 21:33

        Release Notes: This release adds an -S|--speed option altering playback speed instead of adding/dropping frames during FPS conversion. Preview once again displays clipping, letter-boxing, and gamma. Spaces in filenames work. Framerate conversion and a startup crash on some machines have been fixed.

        •  05 Jun 2007 06:33

          Release Notes: A major framerate conversion bug was out of sync audio was fixed. There were also other minor bugfixes and corrections.

          •  04 Jun 2007 14:16

            Release Notes: Small bugfixes and documentation improvements were made.


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