Release Notes: Many minor modifications and enhancements were made.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes and improvements were made.
Release Notes: Security issues with playlists were fixed, so upgrading is recommended. Fixes were made for crashes, memory leaks, and bugs. Functional enhancements and features were added. The appearance of non-skinned windows has been harmonized (with more space for text). The translations were updated.
Release Notes: Several bugs were fixed, including several important fixes for deadlocks, segfaults, and memory leaks. Support for audio post plugins was added. Support for more than one playlist from the command line was added. Display of meta information during playback was added. UTF-8 support was enhanced. Resetting of volume and screensaver was fixed. Translations were updated.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This release fixes some security issues, and is quite an improvement over the previous one, so an update is recommended.
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 version, along with xine-lib 1-rc0 or newer, allows you to mirror your xine session within your network (i.e., start a "master server" and have one or mor "slaves" display the same stream). There is also a new configuration dialog (Video/Postprocessing/Chain Reaction) that allows you to configure video post-processing plugins, e.g. the advanced deinterlacer based on the tvtime project.
Release Notes: This is mainly a maintenance release. DVD snapshots should work again, translations have been updated, and language support has been polished (especially for subtitles).
Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfix release, but new features were also added to match the new features in xine-lib. xine's verbosity level can now be set using the --verbose[=x] command line switch, and you can set a software volume level (using ctrl-v/ctrl-V) in order to change volume for xine without touching your sound card's mixer.