Release Notes: Many bugfixes, big-endian fixes for the ffmpeg plugin (MPEG4, opendivx, etc.), and new features like time-based seeking, stream bitrate/length estimation, trick-plays (fast forward, slow motion, true pause function), and support for transport stream playback.
Release Notes: A fix for the AVI player.
Release Notes: This release features a big architecture change. A flexible plugin architecture was implemented, and a big code cleanup was made. There have also been major GUI improvements along with a new default skin and improved video output plugins, including aalib support. Support was added for 4/5/5.1 channel audio output, and for the dxr3/h+ MPEG decoder cards.
Release Notes: GUI bugfixes and improvements, build fixes for FreeBSD, improved file type detection, MP3 sample rate handling, and other minor fixes.
Release Notes: Inclusion of patches that fix race conditions and PPC support, improvements to the build process, synchonization fixes in AVI files, a new file browser, and more.
Release Notes: This release features subpicture (subtitles) support, experimental AC3 digital output with some ALSA drivers, a setup dialog for brightness and contrast controls, and some Debian bugfixes.
Release Notes: xine now has field picture support, a mpeg audio demuxer (so you can play your favourite mp3s with xine), VCD support for FreeBSD, autoprobing for audio driver, and various other minor updates/bugfixes.
Release Notes: xine 0.3.5 is mainly a maintenance/bugfix release featuring fixed autoconf for Athlon processors, fixed aspect ratio calculation (=> SVCD support), fixed demuxer bug (which caused xine to crash after a few minutes w/ some streams), teletux support for YUY2 video format, and various minor bugfixes for Debian and RPM packages.
Release Notes: The 0.3.4 release of xine features win32 video codec (divx) support, improved debian packages, gui bugfixes, build improvements on k6/k7 cpus,and minor speedups via new compiler flags and 3Dnow! support.
Release Notes: This release features a new graphical playlist, an autoplay function, seamless branching, support for LPCM audio and various minor bugfixes and enhancements.