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OK, let's release this little bug fix.

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1 parent 7525763 commit 5d615de8ec28e395fe16a0d50d3340f680188c38 Adam Harvey committed Jan 19, 2010
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-CineJS 0.1.1 ("")
+CineJS 0.1.1 (released 2010-01-19)
- Add a workaround for a WebKit bug; the source and destination elements must
now be identical in size.
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-CineJS 0.1.0
+CineJS 0.1.1
http://code.google.com/p/cinejs/
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- Firefox 3.5
- Safari 4
-- Chrome 3
+- Chrome 4
There are no Javascript library or framework requirements; CineJS is completely
standalone.
IV. ARE THERE EXAMPLES?
-Definitely! If you build CineJS, you can point your browser to the test
-directory and look at the various HTML files therein. Alternatively, you can go
-to http://code.google.com/p/cinejs/ to see the same tests in action.
+Definitely! An example file to pull apart is available at http://xxx/
+
+If you build CineJS, you can point your browser to the test directory and look
+at the various HTML files therein. Alternatively, you can go to
+http://code.google.com/p/cinejs/ to see the same tests in action.
V. WHY ON EARTH WOULD YOU WANT TO PROCESS VIDEO IN JAVASCRIPT?
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call for performance reasons if we don't care about 2D at the point of
filtering.
-- There's probably a lack of a really simple example at the moment. Hopefully
- I'll get to that before 0.1.
-
- There are a tonne more filters that could be implemented. I'd like to start
working on some of them, at least. Something that uses HSV might be nice,
since I went to the trouble of implementing it and all.

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