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Old 8th February 2009, 16:43   #1  |  Link
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Avidemux 2.4.4 is out!



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What's New in Avidemux 2.4.4
  • Fixed crash when opening some MOV files (regression introduced in 2.4.3)
  • Improved support for H.264 in MPEG-TS and M2TS containers
  • Improved support for H.264 in MP4 container (including constant frame rate fix)
  • Fixed bug where muxers could drop the first few B-frames (most containers were affected)
  • Fixed FAAC support so bitrate is correctly honoured
  • The same settings are now used for the first and second pass of an x264 encode
  • Improved JPEG file support
  • Improved PNG decoding (now uses libavcodec rather than a custom wrapper around libpng)
  • Improved BMP/DIB decoding (now uses libavcodec rather than using own decoder)
  • Improved colourspace handling for raw video, bitmaps and DIBs
  • Fixed Previous Black Frame functionality
  • Qt interface has been significantly upgraded and now fully functional (compared with its GTK counterpart)
  • Saving of video is now prevented if the A marker is greater than the B marker
  • Improvements made to ECMAscript including a new GetFilePath() function for the DirectorySearch class and fixes to the exec() function
  • Add support for AAC audio to the command line interface
  • Qt interface is now the default interface for MS Windows
  • x264 and Xvid stat files with Unicode characters are now handled on MS Windows
  • The application log file is no longer buffered on MS Windows to ensure sequential logging
  • Added support for ppc64 to the CMake build scripts
  • Updated the following translations: Catalan, Czech, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish
http://avidemux.org/
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