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  •  09 Apr 2006 19:56
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    •  04 May 2005 10:18
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      •  13 Apr 2004 05:56
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        •  16 Feb 2003 14:40
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          Release Notes: Kvdr now compiles on both KDE 2 and 3. Zapping through video devices now works in Xv-mode as well. A mouse pointer show-on-move/autohide feature was implemented. The V key switches to Xv-display mode. The D key toggles through deinterlacing methods. A new command line option, "-x 1", completly disables overlay mode and forces Xv-mode on startup. The new command line option, "-d 1", disables modeline switch for Xv-mode.

          •  15 Apr 2002 13:52
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            Release Notes: The initial size can now be larger than PAL/NTSC. A value of 0,0 disables this feature and lets KDE2 restore settings. Zapping through video devices now works in xv-mode. A mouse pointer show-on-move/autohide feature was implemented. The new command line option, "-x 1", completly disables overlay mode and forces xv-mode on startup. The new command line option, "-d 1", disables modeline switching for xv-mode, using the desktop resolution instead.

            •  07 Apr 2002 16:00
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              Release Notes: Pressing the V key now switches to Xv-display mode The minimum window size in Xv mode is PAL/NTSC size unless your system harware scaler is able to scale below 1.0. Pressing the D key toggles through deinterlacing methods (no=25Hz, upscale=50Hz, field1=25Hz). Some bugs in the configuration dialog were fixed.

              •  24 Nov 2001 18:54
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                Release Notes: This release handles the video device itself (vdr >=0.98 required, see the Configuration dialog). v4l-conf is used to set up the framebuffer, because secure drivers allow only suid-root to set up the framebuffer (the xawtv package has to be installed). Key Z zaps to the next video device (but you can still not change the channel on extra overlays via kvdr). Key X shows up to 4 overlays at once (if you have that many cards). In multi overlay mode, grabbing grabs an image for each device. The behaviour if vdr doesn't respond on the SVDRP port has been fixed.

                •  11 Nov 2001 03:40
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                  Release Notes: Kvdr now handles the video device itself (vdr >= 0.98 required). v4l-conf is used to set up the framebuffer, because secure drivers allow only suid-root to setup the framebuffer (the xawtv package has to be installed). Key Z zaps to the next video device (but you can still not change the channel on extra overlays via kvdr). Key X shows up to 4 overlays at once.

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