Release Notes: This release has been tested thoroughly to work with the FFmpeg 0.6 branch. It adds a slew of new binary codecs and leverages everything added to FFmpeg. Notable additions are VP8 decoding, H.264 bugfixes and speedups, and unencrypted Blu-ray support. Network streams can now be played through FFmpeg. There was quite a bit of subtitle work. Ogg and Matroska demuxer defaults were switched to libavformat. The window position is now decided by the window manager. The codebase was cleaned up. External library copies were synchronized with upstream, and external library support was extended.
Release Notes: Support for several codes, including many video game codecs, was added. Resolution switching and change of aspect ratio was fixed for several codecs. Blu-ray/HD-DVD type support for VC-1 in MPEG-PS/TS was added. Many stream types were added. Many other improvements and fixes were made.
Release Notes: Native VC-1/WMV3, an On2 VP5/VP62 decoder, proper SSA/ASS subtitle rendering, and DVDnav support. Many bugfixes, enhancements, and speed-ups here and there.
Release Notes: Several major issues issues were fixed. Support for compilation with a non-executable stack was introduced. Many decoders and demuxers were added or enhanced. Filters, drivers, and documentation were improved.
Release Notes: Two security bugs in the MMST and RTSP code were fixed. MPEG output file support for easy VCD and DVD creation was added to MEncoder, along with multiple file encoding. The encoding documentation was greatly improved. Quite a few audio and video codecs were added, most notably snow, a next generation, wavelet-based video codec. Lots of bugfixes were made all over the code.
Release Notes: This release updates and enhances documentation and translations, adds full X86-64 support, adds 18 new codecs, updates various codecs, adds special CPU saving options for low end machines, adds better support for MacOS X and Windows, and adds uncountable fixes and enhancements all over the place.
Release Notes: Many bug fixes as usual plus a major security audit that revealed several buffer overflows, at least one of which was remotely exploitable. There is better seeking in Real files, improved support for Windows and Mac OS X, streaming related bugfixes, enhanced encoding documentation, a unified ALSA and a JACK audio output driver, new icons for the GUI and menus, more video filters, and support for more codecs.
Release Notes: Many changes were made.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This version introduces support for Win32 QuickTime codec plugin DLLs, and thus Sorenson 3 video and Qclp, QDMC 1/2 audio. This version also contains Win32/DMO interface support, making Windows Media 9 files playable, even 6ch WMA9. The codec packs have been extended and split, and support for MJPEG 2000 codecs was introduced. Fast HuffYUV en/decoding support was added to libavcodec. A new commandline and config-file parser engine was introduced, and a preview version of the OSD menu system is included. Some GUI GTK code was cleaned up, and the cache bug was fixed. Several small fixes were made, including subtitles and screensaver problems.