Release Notes: This release provides many large feature updates over the 0.2.x series. These include an all-new plug-in system with rewritten plug-ins, a vastly more stable library, and the integration of previously optional features (such as image timestamping) directly into the core.
Release Notes: This release improves greatly upon 0.3.0-beta2 by fully implementing features and requirements needed for the 0.3.0 release. These included a fully-functional plug-in system, a consistent means of handling and manipulating C strings throughout the application, and updated plug-ins to match the new internal system (inspired partly by Pidgin).
Release Notes: This release moves far closer to the goal of the 0.3.0 release: OS-portable and with an all-new, easy-to-use plug-in system.
Release Notes: Nearly the entire codebase has been rewritten, and quite a bit has been moved around to add true support for cross-platform use and writing data out in many different formats.
Release Notes: This release of QuickCapture is primarily aimed at stabilizing the build process. All extensions have been disabled by default so that the code compiles and links properly on a wider array of platforms.
Release Notes: This release has many architectural improvements, including a significantly more portable framework for video capture and the plug-in system. The principal goal for this version was to support enhanced portability. Meanwhile, pointless settings such as tuner properties were deprecated and removed to streamline the core.