Release Notes: This release fixes some security issues, and is quite an improvement over the previous one, so an update is recommended.
Release Notes: Upgrading is highly recommended, as this release fixes problems with image displaying for the XVideo driver and decoding of WMA streams.
Release Notes: Some possible deadlock conditions have been fixed, including one that would nearly always occur when using ALSA audio output. DVD still menus should be working again. There are lots of minor bugfixes too.
Release Notes: This version adds support for Matroska, Flash video, IFF, and Sierra VMD files, as well as tracker music formats (MOD/S3M/XM/IT/etc.). New decoders include Sierra video, Flash Video, Duck TrueMotion v1, 8BPS, MZSH, ZLIB, ASV1,2, ATI VCR1,and Real Video 2.0. Network drivers (secure HTTP, MMS, RTP/UDP) and video drivers (SDL and PGX32) have also been improved and enhanced, and there is a new video driver for CACA output (colored ASCII art).
Release Notes: This is a hotfix for some bugs in xine-lib 1-rc3. If you have experienced segmentation faults or xine would hang after upgrading your Linux kernel, upgrading to this version may help. Additionally, some minor features were added, including support for new subtitle formats, raw AAC files, an updated Win32 port, and an autohide function for indefinite subtitles.
Release Notes: This release comes with lots of improvements, such as full localization, a new help window, new deinterlacing, support for new shiny unscaled OSD, and more. A large number of bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release. Many bugs have been fixed, most of the code has been reviewed and cleaned up, and many little details are improved. Compared to 1-rc2, you'll probably notice much smoother subtitles, smaller startup delay, and improved stability.
Release Notes: This release comes with built-in support for S(X)VCD navigation (ie. Video CD menus), better handling of filenames that contain "#" or "%" characters, and it now supports hardware accelerated MPEG decoding via XvMC. Additionally, a security hole in the "#save" MRL option was fixed so that files can now only be saved into an explicitly specified directory.