Release Notes: Support for files larger than 2GB (requires systems supporting Single Unix Specification 2.0; on Linux, this requires both glibc 2.2+ and kernel 2.4+), and some bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes a minor bug in demultiplexer, and should now compile nicely on gcc-3.0.
Release Notes: This release fixes a segfault with an 'exotic' mpeg type.
Release Notes: A severe bug that caused invalid/unplayable files was fixed in this release. Various other bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: mpgtx now includes an ID3 tag editor/sorter. As an example, you can mass set the album name and singer name of a list of mp3 files, while being asked for their title and track number. When all ID3 are set you can move these files to a destination based on their ID3 tag with a single command line. Various bugs were also fixed in this release.
Release Notes: Ability to demultiplex composite MPEG files, which includes separating audio and video from a standard system file; multiple video/audio streams are handled correctly. MPEG 2 Transport streams (many programs with many streams each) are also handled.
Release Notes: mpgtx now looks for a valid audio frame boundary instead of computing it. This was an issue with variable bitrate MP3s. A major bug in a minor unused feature was corrected. RPMs are now available.
Release Notes: A name change from mt because of a conflict with the well-known magnetic tape controller. The help screen fits on an 80-column console, improved output file name format, and fixes for compilation errors with Red Hat 7.