Release Notes: This release contains speed improvements for preview and rendering of videos (from 15% to 50% faster), some bugfixes, the last part of the English documentation, and new keyboard shortcuts.
Release Notes: This release brings new graphic filters, new speed waves, and new transitions. It adds text margins appropriate to each form and the ability to customize these margins and switching to progressive mode for all graphics filters. Above all, there are numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds support for AVCHD (.mts) and WMV video, a third display mode including a multimedia file browser in the main window, multiple selection of slides in the main window with options for the editions of multiple selections, a deinterlace filter for videos, nearly 60 additional forms for the image and video masks and text blocks, improvements to the framing system, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version brings new features, some bugfixes, and numerous interface improvements. AVCHD (.mts) video is now usable. A deinterlace filter for videos was added. A third display mode was added, with a multimedia file browser in the main window. Multiple selection of slides is now possible in the main window, with options for editing multiple selections. Progress bars are now displayed during long processing tasks.
Release Notes: This version brings new features, some bugfixes, and numerous interface improvements: rich text; animation of text (zoom and scrolling); animation of blocks (blinking, fade, and multiple rotations); multiple selection in the slide dialog; an UNDO feature in most dialogs; contextual menus in the main window and dialogs; and improvements in drag and drop.
Release Notes: The addition of TAG and chapters. Lossless rendering. More supported formats (FLAC files, videos with U8 soundtrack of old cameras, etc.). Correction of sound problems (no more saturation or hatchings during transitions). Various ergonomic improvements (copy/paste between several ffDiaporama instances, drag and drop improvements, etc.). Improvements in performance: the rendering speed has almost doubled in some cases.