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Old 16th May 2004, 22:36   #1  |  Link
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XviD-1.0-09052004 - Final!

Aloha everyone,

the long time waiting finally has it's end! Here we are, XviD 1.0 got final:

XviD-1.0-09052004 (The One):
- Minor fixes for trellis quantization
- Speedup for vhq>1 modes
- Fix for broken divx5 bitstreams
- Fix for fps=1 scenarios
- Fixed some tooltips in VfW GUI

Fetch it at my site (in my sig and the www-button)

Have fun and enjoy this nice release!

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Old 16th May 2004, 22:40   #2  |  Link
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Glad to be the first ...

Thank you, Koepi and all the others!

* goes downloading the binary before Koepi's site breaks down because of all the traffic it must have *

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Old 16th May 2004, 22:41   #3  |  Link
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Hey Koepi, why did you close Nibor's and my thread? ;-)

Anyway, thanks a bunch for XviD. I swear to god, if I wasn't such a poor student, I would donate all my money to the XviD developers :-)

Go XviD! Yeeeehaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! :-D
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Old 16th May 2004, 22:43   #4  |  Link
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thx Koepi!

if/when you happen to talk to the other devteam guys via IRC/email, make sure to thank them _a lot_ for what they have done for us. XviD is simply the best video codec available.

[EDIT] and to celebrate the first true stable release of XviD (yeah... 1.0.0 is not "just a number"), here's a thread which I think can be considered as the "act of birth" of this excellent project. That was almost 3 years ago...

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Old 16th May 2004, 22:47   #5  |  Link
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virus:

hmpf. though i don't code in core, i still am a developer too, i code mostly gui stuff in xvid though

I'm sure most developers take a peak in here and see that for themselfes, but when i'm on irc again i'll mention that, sure.

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thx a lot to all the xvid team! great work guys
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thanks to all the developers and random xvid nuts who help bugfix everyday
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hmpf. though i don't code in core, i still am a developer too, i code mostly gui stuff in xvid though
2-pass curve compression *is* core ...
please excuse me I left out a word in my post (now corrected )
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Old 16th May 2004, 23:11   #9  |  Link
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Great news!

Thanks to everyone involved!
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Old 16th May 2004, 23:15   #10  |  Link
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Re: XviD-1.0-09052004 - Final!

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Aloha everyone,

the long time waiting finally has it's end! Here we are, XviD 1.0 got final: XviD-1.0-09052004 (The One)
Yes!! thanks to everyone worked (and is continuous working) on the project

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nice work koepi

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Awesome, congrats to all involved in the making of XviD. XviD has hit a milestone! Be proud of yourselves.

Edit: typo
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Thanks to the whole dev team, especially the DOOM9ers Koepi and Syskin for holding our collective hands through it all. Congrats!
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Thanks all XviD team!

I'm going to give it a try right now
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I must say, this is truely just PURE FUNK!!!

The paramount of quality... such dedication, growing in your soul!

EPIC XVID!!
CONQUER ALL
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Verily! I pass thine woot to yuo all!

Bonkers,

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Old 17th May 2004, 01:08   #16  |  Link
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Thanks you guys from the development group for the quick release of the codec (i thought it would be released on July or even later...)

I have a question.... why has "deringing" been deleted from the postprocessing options in the decoder? I think it was a great improvement to the final quality of the video. Only was an opinion.

And last, but not least, i have a doubt since i begun coding with Xvid; whenever i code a movie from a DVD, despite of the bitrate i use to encode, i always get distortioned border in blue and red surfaces. I attach here a sample where you can see what i say; see carefully the horizontal lines that appear as you approach the border of the suit.
I thought it was codec fault, but it seems that it has nothing to do with the version... BTW, i encoded the same video using DivX, with the same filters, the same resolution and the same bitrate, and i got smoothed and good-looking borders

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greeaaat !!!

and it looks like it's slightly faster

thx a lot to all the XViD team, you guys do a terrific job !
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Thanks XviD developement team,

Greetings!! for the 1.0 series.
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KUDOS!

Nice job XVID!

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Thanks to the entire XviD Team.

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