Release Notes: Fixes a critical remuxing bug.
Release Notes: Switches to Python 3. Improves handling of missing codecs. In the unannounced 0.23 release: switched to GTK3 and GStreamer 1.0; added notifications once a file is finished; and re-enabled support for multi-pass encoding.
Release Notes: This minor bugfix release fixes MPEG4 profiles to work with new caps in GStreamer, moves the preset directory to be Transmageddon-specific, stops using the XDG Python library and just uses glib, fixes a bug with repeated remuxings of the same file, and adds or updates the Brazilian, Swedish, Slovak, Turkish, and Serbian translations.
Release Notes: This is a major update to Transmageddon that includes things like a redesign of the user interface, a port to new discoverer and encodebin, support for audio-only transcoding, support for outputting audio only from video+audio files, deinterlacing, support for container free audio formats such as FLAC, MP3, and AAC, HTML5 and Nokia 900 profile, support for video only transcoding, and support for MPEG-1 video and MPEG-2 audio formats. This release requires gst-python 0.10.22. There are features in the application that will require bugfixes that are in GStreamer git.
Release Notes: Support was added for VP8 and the new WebM format for HTML5.
Release Notes: Error handling has been added for when a parser is missing. An icon has been added to the about dialog. The debug graphic system actually works. This release automatically sets the version number in the about box It ensures the pipeline doesn't start until plugins are downloaded. Google G1 and Sony PSP profiles have been added.
Release Notes: A critical bug was fixed in device profile support. Support was added for dragging and dropping files to the application.
Release Notes: Support for remuxing files and supports for creating ASF and MPEG PS files were added. A host of smaller bugfixes and improvements were made.
Release Notes: This is the first announced release. It adds support for videoflipping, multipass encoding, working profiles, AMR audio, and more.