Release Notes: Bugs in subtitle rendering, AC3 decoding and DVD parsing were fixed, a GTK+ interface was added, and an interface and overlay support were added to the BeOS port.
Release Notes: A few reported DVD parsing issues were fixed, hardware acceleration using SDL is now automatically detected, the framebuffer, Glide, and GGI modules are working again, and various optimizations were done to the AC3 decoder. Also, the BeOS port is active again and now supports drag'n'drop and CSS decryption.
Release Notes: Enhancements were made to the CSS decryption scheme which should fix a few reported DVD playback problems, X11 output is supported again, the interface allows drag'n'drop, and several segfaults were fixed. Debian and RPM packages are now available as well.
Release Notes: MPEG-1 files are now supported, as well as direct access to DVDs (even encrypted ones), the decoders are faster thanks to MMX and MMX-EXT optimizations in the critical parts, the input layer allows pause, fast forward, slow motion, and arbitrary seeking in the stream, and the output layer supports hardware YUV acceleration through the SDL library.
Release Notes: Support for field pictures (as found on some special DVDs) was added, all known visual bugs in the video decoder were fixed, and a more user-friendly support for the VideoLAN MiniServer was added.
Release Notes: An important bug preventing exitting was fixed. The BeOS version is a lot faster, more stable, and the sound output isn't choppy anymore. The Unix version has early support for SDL.
Release Notes: A fix for an error in the Makefile which gives a 30-40% speed increase, also fixes the 8 bpp and 32 bpp display routines, arbitrary scaling is now the default, and it is possible to bypass the audio/video synchronization algorithm.
Release Notes: This release adds plugin autodetection, a small performance increase, and new Debian and RPM packages.
Release Notes: A lot of cosmetic and architecture-dependent bugs were fixed. Some MMX routines have been added to improve rendering speed, and the client now fully works under BeOS (with sound).