GNU VCDImager is a program for making Video CD (and Super Video CD, a.k.a. SVCD) images out of MPEG movie files. The images it creates are ready to use with programs which understand BIN/CUE images, such as cdrdao. GNU VCDRip allows for reversing the process, ripping mpeg tracks from (Super) Video CDs.
|Tags||multimedia Video Sound/Audio CD Audio CD Writing|
Release Notes: Buffer overflow protection was improved. A memory exhaustion with VCD 2.0 disks was fixed. A new API vcdinfo_get_track_last_lsn() was added, which is like cdinfo_get_track_last_lsn() but adjusts for 0-origin or non-MPEG ISO 9660 tracks. libvcdinfo can now be used from C++. The severity of read_info errors was reduced to allow recovery. Documentation and doxygen improvements were made. The license info was updated, and was amended to indicate the use of Reed-Solomon encoding. Other minor changes were made.
Release Notes: Some additions to libvcdinfo were made to facilitate handling mouse "hot spots" in media players. Other small additions, bugfixes, and documentation updates were also performed.
Release Notes: Some small memory leaks and invalid memory references were fixed. An option "notrack" was added to vcdxrip to skip ripping of a specific track. A single argument in vcd-info now acts like the -i option. A sample program was added to show the use of libvcdinfo.
Release Notes: Better MMC-3 conformance and interoperability with libcdio 0.71, Darwin compilation fixes, and miscellaneous bugfixes.
Release Notes: CD image reading and ISO-9660 have been moved into the libcdio project and are no longer included. The documentation has been revised, with separate documentation added for vcdxrip and vcd-info. Some changes to the libvcdinfo have been made to facilitate use in media players. Numerous small things, memory leak fixes, feature enhanancements, or performance improvements have been made.