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gavl

Gavl is a library for handling uncompressed audio and video data. It provides commonly used conversions like video scaling, colorspace conversion, audio resampling, and more. Many routines are available in multiple versions optimized for either high speed or better accuracy. Gavl is compatible with all major multimedia and codec APIs. The supported audio and video formats include low-end legacy formats as well as high definition formats for professional editing.

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  •  08 Jun 2012 16:02

    Release Notes: This release adds a generic metadata container, which is used by the gmerlin libraries.

    •  08 Jan 2011 02:01

      Release Notes: This version brings support for compressed packets as well as some new utility functions.

      •  24 Feb 2010 22:19

        Release Notes: This release brings MMX optimized image transformations and many new utility functions.

        •  13 Jul 2009 21:37

          Release Notes: This release adds ports for OS X and MinGW. Also added was parallelization of many conversion routines and several new convenience functions.

          •  17 Dec 2008 14:50

            Release Notes: This release brings support for timecodes, a generic image transformation engine, and a varispeed capable standalone audio resampler.

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