Release Notes: This release adds www.escapistmagazine.com (mostly to watch 'Zero Punctuation'), www.guardian.co.uk, www.redorbit.com, and www.scivee.com.
Release Notes: blip.tv works again. There were numerous tidy-ups.
Release Notes: Dailymotion support was fixed.
Release Notes: The program now compiles under Mac OS X (and possibly FreeBSD). 'Euronews' was added. Numerous bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes 'france24', 'iviewtube', and 'liveleak'.
Release Notes: YouTube works again. Considerable effort has been made to improve streaming, adding the "-s" and "-sc" options to handle situations where the app receiving the data is "paused" and blocks. Movgrab now tries to keep downloading, even when the app receiving the stream is paused. This seems to work well for .flv format, but not so well for .mp4.
Release Notes: Support for ign.com was removed. Support was added for www.washingtonpost.com, www.cbsnews.com, www.france24.com, www.metatube.com, and www.motionfeeds.com. Support for various sites was fixed. The code falls back to the "generic youtube frontend" if the Web site type cannot be detected.
Release Notes: Support was added for www.mefeedia.com and www.iviewtube.com. Crazymotion, 3gpdb.com, and googlevideo were removed, as they no longer work and are either shut down, or carry too little media to be of interest. Many bugs were fixed, and updates were made for many Web sites that no longer worked. The system for handling sites whose movies are really links to other sites was improved. Display was improved for "available formats" on a site. A system was added to check which sites work with the current version, allowing "broken" sites to be quickly spotted.
Release Notes: "Videosfacebook" and "Aljazeera.net" were added.
Release Notes: This release fixes 'break.com'. It adds support for Reuters, Clipfish.de, Liveleak, AcademicEarth, Photobucket, Vidoevo/Vidoemo.