Release Notes: This release adds support for building mpgedit with GCC 4.4.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the LAME info tag when editing CBR-encoded MP3 files.
Release Notes: Support for 64-bit platforms was added. Playback API stability when playing multiple files was improved. The xmpgedit algorithm for detecting and reprocessing partially decoded visualization files was improved.
Release Notes: This release fixes a SIGSEGV in xmpgedit that occurred when editing mp3 files in a read-only directory and attempting to open the PCM waveform editor, fixes a problem with the -X2 option adding invalid XING headers to mono mp3 and stereo/mono MPEG2/MPEG2.5-encoded files, and adds Red Hat 6 and 7 RPM packages for mpgedit, xmpgedit, and documentation to the standard distribution.
Release Notes: This release fixes several serious buffer overrun errors and NULL pointer use problems responsible for frequent crashes of xmpgedit when editing MP3 files encoded at very low bit rates (less than 96kbps), or MPEG2/MPEG2.5 encoded files with the PCM file viewer open. User interface responsiveness has been improved when stopping audio playback of MPEG2/MPEG2.5 encoded files in xmpgedit and mpgedit running in interactive curses mode.
Release Notes: This release enhances the behavior of the waveform editor by displaying an MP3 file's amplitudes in the PCM viewer by clicking on its edit line, and fixes a bug with the playback time indicator that prevented changing the time's units when clicking on that display.
Release Notes: A minor redesign of the GUI continues, including the addition of numeric LED play time and file length indicators. A bug in the PCM waveform edit time selector that prevented the end time of a file has been fixed.
Release Notes: The overall xmpgedit GUI was redesigned. A graphical waveform visualization of MP3 files being edited by xmpgedit was added. This feature allows selection of edit times by highlighting the desired segments on the waveform display, which automatically populates the edit start and stop times.
Release Notes: New for this release is the mpgedit autoedit feature. Using this capability, mpgedit will detect portions of an MP3 file that are silent and automatically segment the file at these silent boundaries into a series of smaller files. Although not foolproof, this feature works well, and can save hours of tedious work manually searching for these segment boundaries for large MP3 files.