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Old 14th December 2004, 14:23   #1  |  Link
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[VirtualDub] 1.6.2 (experimental) released

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Build 22651 (1.6.2, experimental): [December 12, 2004]
[features added]
* Capture: Improved Unicode support.
* Capture: DirectShow video capture support.
* Capture: Enhanced volume meter.
* Capture: Alternate audio resampling mode for reduced frame drops when resyncing.
* Capture: Audio compression now occurs after resampling for better timing.
* Capture: Stop hotkeys are no longer system global.
* PNG images are now supported for read.
* AVI info tags are now supported.

[bugs fixed]
* Fixed occasional crash when using DirectX display mode with 8-bit display.
* Appending type-1 DV AVIs caused the output AVI to have the wrong stream type.
* Fixed rare junk displays when overlay playback is enabled, caused by selection of overlay formats that the bitmap library cannot support conversions to.
* Fixed source formatting tags in timeline strings reporting huge frame numbers at the end of the timeline.
* Fixed garbage when attempting to convert Pal8 to Y8.

[regressions fixed]
* Fixed slowdown in shuttle commands.
* 24-bit video depth settings in configuration files saved from 1.5.x were being imported as 16-bit.
* Fixed crash when switching to frameserver mode.
* Fixed crash when attempting to finalize AVI file after a disk full or file size error.
* Fixed expression evaluation errors in scripting language.
* Fixed intermitted crash in Preferences dialog related to enable links.
* Fixed crash when attempting to play 8-bit paletted AVI files.
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Old 25th December 2004, 13:11   #2  |  Link
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[bugs added]: Can't open DIV3 AVI files (and probably other types). Error message that VFW decoder not installed appears, although DivX 5.10 is installed. I have no problem opening the same file with 1.6.1 or 1.5.10 with the same software configuration.
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