Release Notes: Blank frame avoidance. Automatic profile loading from configuration. A new 'compact' profile. FreeBSD support has been restored, and there are other fixes.
Release Notes: This release actually handles --ffmpeg and --mplayer. It has correct parsing of -U. Switched to a minimum of bash 3.1. Avoids re-capturing the same frame twice; Uses getent instead of /etc/passwd when available. It will not use mplayer's length as a ceiling for timecode removal.
Release Notes: A bugfix for temporary files not being removed. Identification of WebM videos. New configuration options.
Release Notes: This release adds a workaround for cases in which GAWK uses a comma as a decimal separator. Any OS with GAWK 3.1.3 to 3.1.5 was affected (where the environment language uses commas). Users should not try to go on in DVD mode with unreadable ISOs.
Release Notes: Profiles were added. On-demand loading of custom configuration files was added. Heading, footer, and title are based on actual font size. Configuration generation can be done from the command-line. Relative end-offset was added. More reasonable command-line arguments to capture from DVD were added. Configuration syntax enhancements were made, and more sensible names are used for settings.
Release Notes: Some Real Audio codec names were added (v4, v5, and v6). A fallback was added for the default font on systems that don't register fonts with ImageMagick. Extra temporary directories are now cleaned up correctly, and a fix was made for non-GNU implementations of awk (e.g. mawk).
Release Notes: A name was added for the FLV1 codec (which is used in older Flash videos). Warnings about the DEFAULT_* configuration variables that were accidentally removed in the previous release were added again. A check of ImageMagick's version that should work in all systems was added.
Release Notes: Height can be defined as a percentage and from configuration files. Output filename can be set manually. Cosmetic tweaks: default font, heading background, tighter padding (can now be disabled too), smaller timestamps, and more. Better DVD support. FreeBSD support on par with Linux. Simplified help text. Better handling of non-Latin filenames. Better aspect ratio detection. Other bugfixes.