Release Notes: This release implements recording via ALSA, better support for X86_64 architectures, and some bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release implements a new playback setup dialog and adds native playback via ALSA. There are some bugfixes in the record plugin. This release builds for SuSE-9.2/9.3, Gentoo, and Debian.
Release Notes: This version features a big rework of the internal streaming/storage subsystem, resulting in many speedups. There is some support for X86_64. This release also fixes a problem in the memory setup plugin, and a probme with clipping in the Ogg import filter.
Release Notes: This is the first version with recording functionality (still alpha, and quite simple).
Release Notes: A plugin for MP3 import with ID3 tag support was added. A plugin for Ogg Vorbis import and export (only in ABR mode) was added. A volume plugin and a playback plugin were added. Support for saving compressed .wav files was added. The selected range can now be displayed in terms of time. The build system was improved. KDE 2 support was dropped.
Release Notes: This release has simple drag and drop, a French translation, handling of "signal modified", and shows error message and aborts if loading failed.
Release Notes: Kwave is now (internally) able to make use of aRts plugins.
Release Notes: Ported to KDE-2.1. Can now edit large files and playback via aRts. Virtual memory and german online help added.
Release Notes: New playback handling (allows pause/continue), limiting the playback buffer to between 256 and 65536 bytes due to problems (system hang) with small playback buffers with 16..64 bytes, a toolbar for some standard operations, fixes for some bugs concerning selection with the mouse, a rework of the overview widget (used in main window and sonagram), a fix for the menu command "zoom selection", sonagram: saving to file, auto-brightness adjust, replacing QFileDialog with KFileDialog, testing with an AMD Athlon-optimized compiler (patched pegcs), some fixes for safer multithreading, and checking for much more header files at configure time.
Release Notes: The basic framework of kwave has undergone many changes, including multi-threading and a plug-in API. Not all of the original features are re-implemented yet. A CVS depository on Sourceforge is now available.