Release Notes: This version is very close to 1.9.0rc4.
Release Notes: This release comes after a full year of testing, developing and other activities. It features a video4linux-capable recorder, a fully DVD/(s)VCD-capable MPEG multiplexer, an MPEG encoder, many new and improved filters (a scaler, a denoiser, a 3:2 pulldown convertor, etc.), and a DivX encoder and decoder. An MPEG decoder is available separately for applying all filters to your existing movies.
Release Notes: MPEG encoder: Dynamic GOP sizing and SMP support, better motion compensation mode selection, 3:2 pulldown support, and automatic video stream segmentation for the MPEG encoder, SVCD and VCD multiplexing is 100% compatible with vcdimager, MJPEG recording and playback bugfixes, less demanding use of sound drivers, and a new yuvplay tool to preview filtered streams, new scaler and sequence transition filters, new automatic scene segmentation filters, compatibility with dv2jpg, Linux video studio, nuppelvideo, and xawtv/streamer, unified output logging, man pages and binary packages for Red Hat and Debian, and large file support.
Release Notes: New features include SMP support, further MPEG encoding quality improvements, and FreeBSD support.
Release Notes: This release includes support for MPEG2 encoding including interlaced video and SVCD compliant streams suitable for burning to CD and playback on SVCD/DVD players, support for MJPEG avi and Quicktime streams generated using xawtv and bttv-based cards, improved support for MPEG transcoding using ac3dec and mpeg2dec, support for soundcards with high sync latency (eg. SB-live), and various speed and quality imrpovements.
Release Notes: New features include software-only MJPEG playback, "movtar" support. Support for creating VCD compliant streams, MPEG-2, variable bit-rate MPEG-1/2, and layer-3 audio was added. The program is now less demanding on the sound card and/or audio drivers. Further significant speed and quality improvements were made to MPEG encoding.
Release Notes: This is a preliminary beta release intended to allow early trials of the new MPEG encoding improvements with older stable MJPEG components.