FFpocket is a tool for using ffmpeg's features. It carries out the tasks of frame decoding from a video file, audio decoding from a multimedia file (video/audio) precise frame/time seeking including b-frames, audio downsampling and special minmax averaging. The source code is intented to be simple, human-readable and free of memory leaks. It can be used as a shared library by larger projects that want to incorporate multimedia features.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Conversion Video|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Windows|
Release Notes: This is another maintenance release. Updates to the API were made for compatibility with the latest stable ffmpeg release. Among other changes are support for native compiling on Mac OS X and Darwin, preliminary Windows 7 support, and small fixes for crashes and segmentation faults.
Release Notes: This is mainly a maintenance release, updates to the code were made to work with the latest ffmpeg versions, though some small changes have been introduced into the library. Among these change are utilization of the ffmpeg wav encoder when decoding audio, a speed improvement for source code compilation, enforcement of the license agreement during Windows installation, and addition of displaying a file's duration information via the command line tool.
Release Notes: This release adds preliminary Windows Vista support and a newer ffmpeg backend. Bugfixes include handling A/V time delay, better memory handling, and better exception handling for unsupported media files.
Release Notes: The source code has been updated to cooperate with newer ffmpeg versions. Tool options have been added for dumping movie FPS and resolution.
Release Notes: Fixes a frame seeking bug, a segmentation fault that happened when the audio stream was before the video stream, and a bug that occurred while opening an audio codec for decoding.