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-This file contains the names of some of the people who have contributed to
-FFmpeg. The names are sorted alphabetically by last name. As this file is
-currently quite outdated and git serves as a much better tool for determining
-authorship, it remains here for historical reasons only.
-
-Dénes Balatoni
-Michel Bardiaux
-Fabrice Bellard
-Patrice Bensoussan
-Alex Beregszaszi
-BERO
-Thilo Borgmann
-Mario Brito
-Ronald Bultje
-Alex Converse
-Maarten Daniels
-Reimar Doeffinger
-Tim Ferguson
-Brian Foley
-Arpad Gereoffy
-Philip Gladstone
-Vladimir Gneushev
-Roine Gustafsson
-David Hammerton
-Wolfgang Hesseler
-Marc Hoffman
-Falk Hueffner
-Aurélien Jacobs
-Steven Johnson
-Zdenek Kabelac
-Robin Kay
-Todd Kirby
-Nick Kurshev
-Benjamin Larsson
-Loïc Le Loarer
-Daniel Maas
-Mike Melanson
-Loren Merritt
-Jeff Muizelaar
-Michael Niedermayer
-François Revol
-Peter Ross
-Måns Rullgård
-Stefano Sabatini
-Roman Shaposhnik
-Oded Shimon
-Dieter Shirley
-Konstantin Shishkov
-Juan J. Sierralta
-Ewald Snel
-Sascha Sommer
-Leon van Stuivenberg
-Roberto Togni
-Lionel Ulmer
-Reynaldo Verdejo
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-Entries are sorted chronologically from oldest to youngest within each release,
-releases are sorted from youngest to oldest.
-
-
-version <next>:
-
-- WebM support in Matroska de/muxer
-- low overhead Ogg muxing
-- MMS-TCP support
-- VP8 de/encoding via libvpx
-- Demuxer for On2's IVF format
-- Pictor/PC Paint decoder
-- HE-AAC v2 decoder
-- libfaad2 wrapper removed
-- DTS-ES extension (XCh) decoding support
-- native VP8 decoder
-- RTSP tunneling over HTTP
-- RTP depacketization of SVQ3
-- -strict inofficial replaced by -strict unofficial
-- ffplay -exitonkeydown and -exitonmousedown options added
-- native GSM / GSM MS decoder
-- RTP depacketization of QDM2
-- ANSI/ASCII art playback system
-- Lego Mindstorms RSO de/muxer
-- libavcore added
-- SubRip subtitle file muxer and demuxer
-- Chinese AVS encoding via libxavs
-- ffprobe -show_packets option added
-- RTP packetization of Theora and Vorbis
-- RTP depacketization of MP4A-LATM
-- RTP packetization and depacketization of VP8
-- hflip filter
-- Apple HTTP Live Streaming demuxer
-- a64 codec
-- MMS-HTTP support
-- G.722 ADPCM audio encoder/decoder
-- R10k video decoder
-- ocv_smooth filter
-- frei0r wrapper filter
-- change crop filter syntax to width:height:x:y
-- make the crop filter accept parametric expressions
-- make ffprobe accept AVFormatContext options
-- yadif filter
-- blackframe filter
-- Demuxer for Leitch/Harris' VR native stream format (LXF)
-- RTP depacketization of the X-QT QuickTime format
-- SAP (Session Announcement Protocol, RFC 2974) muxer and demuxer
-- cropdetect filter
-- ffmpeg -crop* options removed
-- transpose filter added
-- ffmpeg -force_key_frames option added
-- demuxer for receiving raw rtp:// URLs without an SDP description
-- single stream LATM/LOAS decoder
-- setpts filter added
-- Win64 support for optimized asm functions
-- MJPEG/AVI1 to JPEG/JFIF bitstream filter
-- ASS subtitle encoder and decoder
-- IEC 61937 encapsulation for E-AC3, TrueHD, DTS-HD (for HDMI passthrough)
-- overlay filter added
-- rename aspect filter to setdar, and pixelaspect to setsar
-- IEC 61937 demuxer
-- Mobotix .mxg demuxer
-- frei0r source added
-- hqdn3d filter added
-- RTP depacketization of QCELP
-- FLAC parser added
-- gradfun filter added
-- AMR-WB decoder
-- replace the ocv_smooth filter with a more generic ocv filter
-- Windows Televison (WTV) demuxer
-- FFmpeg metadata format muxer and demuxer
-- SubRip (srt) subtitle decoder
-- floating-point AC-3 encoder added
-- Lagarith decoder
-- ffmpeg -copytb option added
-- IVF muxer added
-- Wing Commander IV movies decoder added
-- movie source added
-- Bink version 'b' video decoder
-
-
-version 0.6:
-
-- PB-frame decoding for H.263
-- deprecated vhook subsystem removed
-- deprecated old scaler removed
-- VQF demuxer
-- Alpha channel scaler
-- PCX encoder
-- RTP packetization of H.263
-- RTP packetization of AMR
-- RTP depacketization of Vorbis
-- CorePNG decoding support
-- Cook multichannel decoding support
-- introduced avlanguage helpers in libavformat
-- 8088flex TMV demuxer and decoder
-- per-stream language-tags extraction in asfdec
-- V210 decoder and encoder
-- remaining GPL parts in AC-3 decoder converted to LGPL
-- QCP demuxer
-- SoX native format muxer and demuxer
-- AMR-NB decoding/encoding, AMR-WB decoding via OpenCORE libraries
-- DPX image decoder
-- Electronic Arts Madcow decoder
-- DivX (XSUB) subtitle encoder
-- nonfree libamr support for AMR-NB/WB decoding/encoding removed
-- experimental AAC encoder
-- RTP depacketization of ASF and RTSP from WMS servers
-- RTMP support in libavformat
-- noX handling for OPT_BOOL X options
-- Wave64 demuxer
-- IEC-61937 compatible Muxer
-- TwinVQ decoder
-- Bluray (PGS) subtitle decoder
-- LPCM support in MPEG-TS (HDMV RID as found on Blu-ray disks)
-- WMA Pro decoder
-- Core Audio Format demuxer
-- Atrac1 decoder
-- MD STUDIO audio demuxer
-- RF64 support in WAV demuxer
-- MPEG-4 Audio Lossless Coding (ALS) decoder
-- -formats option split into -formats, -codecs, -bsfs, and -protocols
-- IV8 demuxer
-- CDG demuxer and decoder
-- R210 decoder
-- Auravision Aura 1 and 2 decoders
-- Deluxe Paint Animation playback system
-- SIPR decoder
-- Adobe Filmstrip muxer and demuxer
-- RTP depacketization of H.263
-- Bink demuxer and audio/video decoders
-- enable symbol versioning by default for linkers that support it
-- IFF PBM/ILBM bitmap decoder
-- concat protocol
-- Indeo 5 decoder
-- RTP depacketization of AMR
-- WMA Voice decoder
-- ffprobe tool
-- AMR-NB decoder
-- RTSP muxer
-- HE-AAC v1 decoder
-- Kega Game Video (KGV1) decoder
-- VorbisComment writing for FLAC, Ogg FLAC and Ogg Speex files
-- RTP depacketization of Theora
-- HTTP Digest authentication
-- RTMP/RTMPT/RTMPS/RTMPE/RTMPTE protocol support via librtmp
-- Psygnosis YOP demuxer and video decoder
-- spectral extension support in the E-AC-3 decoder
-- unsharp video filter
-- RTP hinting in the mov/3gp/mp4 muxer
-- Dirac in Ogg demuxing
-- seek to keyframes in Ogg
-- 4:2:2 and 4:4:4 Theora decoding
-- 35% faster VP3/Theora decoding
-- faster AAC decoding
-- faster H.264 decoding
-- RealAudio 1.0 (14.4K) encoder
-
-
-version 0.5:
-
-- DV50 AKA DVCPRO50 encoder, decoder, muxer and demuxer
-- TechSmith Camtasia (TSCC) video decoder
-- IBM Ultimotion (ULTI) video decoder
-- Sierra Online audio file demuxer and decoder
-- Apple QuickDraw (qdrw) video decoder
-- Creative ADPCM audio decoder (16 bits as well as 8 bits schemes)
-- Electronic Arts Multimedia (WVE/UV2/etc.) file demuxer
-- Miro VideoXL (VIXL) video decoder
-- H.261 video encoder
-- QPEG video decoder
-- Nullsoft Video (NSV) file demuxer
-- Shorten audio decoder
-- LOCO video decoder
-- Apple Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC) decoder
-- Winnov WNV1 video decoder
-- Autodesk Animator Studio Codec (AASC) decoder
-- Indeo 2 video decoder
-- Fraps FPS1 video decoder
-- Snow video encoder/decoder
-- Sonic audio encoder/decoder
-- Vorbis audio decoder
-- Macromedia ADPCM decoder
-- Duck TrueMotion 2 video decoder
-- support for decoding FLX and DTA extensions in FLIC files
-- H.264 custom quantization matrices support
-- ffserver fixed, it should now be usable again
-- QDM2 audio decoder
-- Real Cooker audio decoder
-- TrueSpeech audio decoder
-- WMA2 audio decoder fixed, now all files should play correctly
-- RealAudio 14.4 and 28.8 decoders fixed
-- JPEG-LS decoder
-- build system improvements
-- tabs and trailing whitespace removed from the codebase
-- CamStudio video decoder
-- AIFF/AIFF-C audio format, encoding and decoding
-- ADTS AAC file reading and writing
-- Creative VOC file reading and writing
-- American Laser Games multimedia (*.mm) playback system
-- Zip Motion Blocks Video decoder
-- improved Theora/VP3 decoder
-- True Audio (TTA) decoder
-- AVS demuxer and video decoder
-- JPEG-LS encoder
-- Smacker demuxer and decoder
-- NuppelVideo/MythTV demuxer and RTjpeg decoder
-- KMVC decoder
-- MPEG-2 intra VLC support
-- MPEG-2 4:2:2 encoder
-- Flash Screen Video decoder
-- GXF demuxer
-- Chinese AVS decoder
-- GXF muxer
-- MXF demuxer
-- VC-1/WMV3/WMV9 video decoder
-- MacIntel support
-- AVISynth support
-- VMware video decoder
-- VP5 video decoder
-- VP6 video decoder
-- WavPack lossless audio decoder
-- Targa (.TGA) picture decoder
-- Vorbis audio encoder
-- Delphine Software .cin demuxer/audio and video decoder
-- Tiertex .seq demuxer/video decoder
-- MTV demuxer
-- TIFF picture encoder and decoder
-- GIF picture decoder
-- Intel Music Coder decoder
-- Zip Motion Blocks Video encoder
-- Musepack decoder
-- Flash Screen Video encoder
-- Theora encoding via libtheora
-- BMP encoder
-- WMA encoder
-- GSM-MS encoder and decoder
-- DCA decoder
-- DXA demuxer and decoder
-- DNxHD decoder
-- Gamecube movie (.THP) playback system
-- Blackfin optimizations
-- Interplay C93 demuxer and video decoder
-- Bethsoft VID demuxer and video decoder
-- CRYO APC demuxer
-- Atrac3 decoder
-- V.Flash PTX decoder
-- RoQ muxer, RoQ audio encoder
-- Renderware TXD demuxer and decoder
-- extern C declarations for C++ removed from headers
-- sws_flags command line option
-- codebook generator
-- RoQ video encoder
-- QTRLE encoder
-- OS/2 support removed and restored again
-- AC-3 decoder
-- NUT muxer
-- additional SPARC (VIS) optimizations
-- Matroska muxer
-- slice-based parallel H.264 decoding
-- Monkey's Audio demuxer and decoder
-- AMV audio and video decoder
-- DNxHD encoder
-- H.264 PAFF decoding
-- Nellymoser ASAO decoder
-- Beam Software SIFF demuxer and decoder
-- libvorbis Vorbis decoding removed in favor of native decoder
-- IntraX8 (J-Frame) subdecoder for WMV2 and VC-1
-- Ogg (Theora, Vorbis and FLAC) muxer
-- The "device" muxers and demuxers are now in a new libavdevice library
-- PC Paintbrush PCX decoder
-- Sun Rasterfile decoder
-- TechnoTrend PVA demuxer
-- Linux Media Labs MPEG-4 (LMLM4) demuxer
-- AVM2 (Flash 9) SWF muxer
-- QT variant of IMA ADPCM encoder
-- VFW grabber
-- iPod/iPhone compatible mp4 muxer
-- Mimic decoder
-- MSN TCP Webcam stream demuxer
-- RL2 demuxer / decoder
-- IFF demuxer
-- 8SVX audio decoder
-- non-recursive Makefiles
-- BFI demuxer
-- MAXIS EA XA (.xa) demuxer / decoder
-- BFI video decoder
-- OMA demuxer
-- MLP/TrueHD decoder
-- Electronic Arts CMV decoder
-- Motion Pixels Video decoder
-- Motion Pixels MVI demuxer
-- removed animated GIF decoder/demuxer
-- D-Cinema audio muxer
-- Electronic Arts TGV decoder
-- Apple Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC) encoder
-- AAC decoder
-- floating point PCM encoder/decoder
-- MXF muxer
-- DV100 AKA DVCPRO HD decoder and demuxer
-- E-AC-3 support added to AC-3 decoder
-- Nellymoser ASAO encoder
-- ASS and SSA demuxer and muxer
-- liba52 wrapper removed
-- SVQ3 watermark decoding support
-- Speex decoding via libspeex
-- Electronic Arts TGQ decoder
-- RV40 decoder
-- QCELP / PureVoice decoder
-- RV30 decoder
-- hybrid WavPack support
-- R3D REDCODE demuxer
-- ALSA support for playback and record
-- Electronic Arts TQI decoder
-- OpenJPEG based JPEG 2000 decoder
-- NC (NC4600) camera file demuxer
-- Gopher client support
-- MXF D-10 muxer
-- generic metadata API
-
-
-version 0.4.9-pre1:
-
-- DV encoder, DV muxer
-- Microsoft RLE video decoder
-- Microsoft Video-1 decoder
-- Apple Animation (RLE) decoder
-- Apple Graphics (SMC) decoder
-- Apple Video (RPZA) decoder
-- Cinepak decoder
-- Sega FILM (CPK) file demuxer
-- Westwood multimedia support (VQA & AUD files)
-- Id Quake II CIN playback support
-- 8BPS video decoder
-- FLIC playback support
-- RealVideo 2.0 (RV20) decoder
-- Duck TrueMotion v1 (DUCK) video decoder
-- Sierra VMD demuxer and video decoder
-- MSZH and ZLIB decoder support
-- SVQ1 video encoder
-- AMR-WB support
-- PPC optimizations
-- rate distortion optimal cbp support
-- rate distorted optimal ac prediction for MPEG-4
-- rate distorted optimal lambda->qp support
-- AAC encoding with libfaac
-- Sunplus JPEG codec (SP5X) support
-- use Lagrange multipler instead of QP for ratecontrol
-- Theora/VP3 decoding support
-- XA and ADX ADPCM codecs
-- export MPEG-2 active display area / pan scan
-- Add support for configuring with IBM XLC
-- floating point AAN DCT
-- initial support for zygo video (not complete)
-- RGB ffv1 support
-- new audio/video parser API
-- av_log() system
-- av_read_frame() and av_seek_frame() support
-- missing last frame fixes
-- seek by mouse in ffplay
-- noise reduction of DCT coefficients
-- H.263 OBMC & 4MV support
-- H.263 alternative inter vlc support
-- H.263 loop filter
-- H.263 slice structured mode
-- interlaced DCT support for MPEG-2 encoding
-- stuffing to stay above min_bitrate
-- MB type & QP visualization
-- frame stepping for ffplay
-- interlaced motion estimation
-- alternate scantable support
-- SVCD scan offset support
-- closed GOP support
-- SSE2 FDCT
-- quantizer noise shaping
-- G.726 ADPCM audio codec
-- MS ADPCM encoding
-- multithreaded/SMP motion estimation
-- multithreaded/SMP encoding for MPEG-1/MPEG-2/MPEG-4/H.263
-- multithreaded/SMP decoding for MPEG-2
-- FLAC decoder
-- Metrowerks CodeWarrior suppport
-- H.263+ custom pcf support
-- nicer output for 'ffmpeg -formats'
-- Matroska demuxer
-- SGI image format, encoding and decoding
-- H.264 loop filter support
-- H.264 CABAC support
-- nicer looking arrows for the motion vector visualization
-- improved VCD support
-- audio timestamp drift compensation
-- MPEG-2 YUV 422/444 support
-- polyphase kaiser windowed sinc and blackman nuttall windowed sinc audio resample
-- better image scaling
-- H.261 support
-- correctly interleave packets during encoding
-- VIS optimized motion compensation
-- intra_dc_precision>0 encoding support
-- support reuse of motion vectors/MB types/field select values of the source video
-- more accurate deblock filter
-- padding support
-- many optimizations and bugfixes
-- FunCom ISS audio file demuxer and according ADPCM decoding
-
-
-version 0.4.8:
-
-- MPEG-2 video encoding (Michael)
-- Id RoQ playback subsystem (Mike Melanson and Tim Ferguson)
-- Wing Commander III Movie (.mve) file playback subsystem (Mike Melanson
- and Mario Brito)
-- Xan DPCM audio decoder (Mario Brito)
-- Interplay MVE playback subsystem (Mike Melanson)
-- Duck DK3 and DK4 ADPCM audio decoders (Mike Melanson)
-
-
-version 0.4.7:
-
-- RealAudio 1.0 (14_4) and 2.0 (28_8) native decoders. Author unknown, code from mplayerhq
- (originally from public domain player for Amiga at http://www.honeypot.net/audio)
-- current version now also compiles with older GCC (Fabrice)
-- 4X multimedia playback system including 4xm file demuxer (Mike
- Melanson), and 4X video and audio codecs (Michael)
-- Creative YUV (CYUV) decoder (Mike Melanson)
-- FFV1 codec (our very simple lossless intra only codec, compresses much better
- than HuffYUV) (Michael)
-- ASV1 (Asus), H.264, Intel indeo3 codecs have been added (various)
-- tiny PNG encoder and decoder, tiny GIF decoder, PAM decoder (PPM with
- alpha support), JPEG YUV colorspace support. (Fabrice Bellard)
-- ffplay has been replaced with a newer version which uses SDL (optionally)
- for multiplatform support (Fabrice)
-- Sorenson Version 3 codec (SVQ3) support has been added (decoding only) - donated
- by anonymous
-- AMR format has been added (Johannes Carlsson)
-- 3GP support has been added (Johannes Carlsson)
-- VP3 codec has been added (Mike Melanson)
-- more MPEG-1/2 fixes
-- better multiplatform support, MS Visual Studio fixes (various)
-- AltiVec optimizations (Magnus Damn and others)
-- SH4 processor support has been added (BERO)
-- new public interfaces (avcodec_get_pix_fmt) (Roman Shaposhnick)
-- VOB streaming support (Brian Foley)
-- better MP3 autodetection (Andriy Rysin)
-- qpel encoding (Michael)
-- 4mv+b frames encoding finally fixed (Michael)
-- chroma ME (Michael)
-- 5 comparison functions for ME (Michael)
-- B-frame encoding speedup (Michael)
-- WMV2 codec (unfinished - Michael)
-- user specified diamond size for EPZS (Michael)
-- Playstation STR playback subsystem, still experimental (Mike and Michael)
-- ASV2 codec (Michael)
-- CLJR decoder (Alex)
-
-.. And lots more new enhancements and fixes.
-
-
-version 0.4.6:
-
-- completely new integer only MPEG audio layer 1/2/3 decoder rewritten
- from scratch
-- Recoded DCT and motion vector search with gcc (no longer depends on nasm)
-- fix quantization bug in AC3 encoder
-- added PCM codecs and format. Corrected WAV/AVI/ASF PCM issues
-- added prototype ffplay program
-- added GOB header parsing on H.263/H.263+ decoder (Juanjo)
-- bug fix on MCBPC tables of H.263 (Juanjo)
-- bug fix on DC coefficients of H.263 (Juanjo)
-- added Advanced Prediction Mode on H.263/H.263+ decoder (Juanjo)
-- now we can decode H.263 streams found in QuickTime files (Juanjo)
-- now we can decode H.263 streams found in VIVO v1 files(Juanjo)
-- preliminary RTP "friendly" mode for H.263/H.263+ coding. (Juanjo)
-- added GOB header for H.263/H.263+ coding on RTP mode (Juanjo)
-- now H.263 picture size is returned on the first decoded frame (Juanjo)
-- added first regression tests
-- added MPEG-2 TS demuxer
-- new demux API for libav
-- more accurate and faster IDCT (Michael)
-- faster and entropy-controlled motion search (Michael)
-- two pass video encoding (Michael)
-- new video rate control (Michael)
-- added MSMPEG4V1, MSMPEGV2 and WMV1 support (Michael)
-- great performance improvement of video encoders and decoders (Michael)
-- new and faster bit readers and vlc parsers (Michael)
-- high quality encoding mode: tries all macroblock/VLC types (Michael)
-- added DV video decoder
-- preliminary RTP/RTSP support in ffserver and libavformat
-- H.263+ AIC decoding/encoding support (Juanjo)
-- VCD MPEG-PS mode (Juanjo)
-- PSNR stuff (Juanjo)
-- simple stats output (Juanjo)
-- 16-bit and 15-bit RGB/BGR/GBR support (Bisqwit)
-
-
-version 0.4.5:
-
-- some header fixes (Zdenek Kabelac <kabi at informatics.muni.cz>)
-- many MMX optimizations (Nick Kurshev <nickols_k at mail.ru>)
-- added configure system (actually a small shell script)
-- added MPEG audio layer 1/2/3 decoding using LGPL'ed mpglib by
- Michael Hipp (temporary solution - waiting for integer only
- decoder)
-- fixed VIDIOCSYNC interrupt
-- added Intel H.263 decoding support ('I263' AVI fourCC)
-- added Real Video 1.0 decoding (needs further testing)
-- simplified image formats again. Added PGM format (=grey
- pgm). Renamed old PGM to PGMYUV.
-- fixed msmpeg4 slice issues (tell me if you still find problems)
-- fixed OpenDivX bugs with newer versions (added VOL header decoding)
-- added support for MPlayer interface
-- added macroblock skip optimization
-- added MJPEG decoder
-- added mmx/mmxext IDCT from libmpeg2
-- added pgmyuvpipe, ppm, and ppm_pipe formats (original patch by Celer
- <celer at shell.scrypt.net>)
-- added pixel format conversion layer (e.g. for MJPEG or PPM)
-- added deinterlacing option
-- MPEG-1/2 fixes
-- MPEG-4 vol header fixes (Jonathan Marsden <snmjbm at pacbell.net>)
-- ARM optimizations (Lionel Ulmer <lionel.ulmer at free.fr>).
-- Windows porting of file converter
-- added MJPEG raw format (input/ouput)
-- added JPEG image format support (input/output)
-
-
-version 0.4.4:
-
-- fixed some std header definitions (Bjorn Lindgren
- <bjorn.e.lindgren at telia.com>).
-- added MPEG demuxer (MPEG-1 and 2 compatible).
-- added ASF demuxer
-- added prototype RM demuxer
-- added AC3 decoding (done with libac3 by Aaron Holtzman)
-- added decoding codec parameter guessing (.e.g. for MPEG, because the
- header does not include them)
-- fixed header generation in MPEG-1, AVI and ASF muxer: wmplayer can now
- play them (only tested video)
-- fixed H.263 white bug
-- fixed phase rounding in img resample filter
-- add MMX code for polyphase img resample filter
-- added CPU autodetection
-- added generic title/author/copyright/comment string handling (ASF and RM
- use them)
-- added SWF demux to extract MP3 track (not usable yet because no MP3
- decoder)
-- added fractional frame rate support
-- codecs are no longer searched by read_header() (should fix ffserver
- segfault)
-
-
-version 0.4.3:
-
-- BGR24 patch (initial patch by Jeroen Vreeken <pe1rxq at amsat.org>)
-- fixed raw yuv output
-- added motion rounding support in MPEG-4
-- fixed motion bug rounding in MSMPEG4
-- added B-frame handling in video core
-- added full MPEG-1 decoding support
-- added partial (frame only) MPEG-2 support
-- changed the FOURCC code for H.263 to "U263" to be able to see the
- +AVI/H.263 file with the UB Video H.263+ decoder. MPlayer works with
- this +codec ;) (JuanJo).
-- Halfpel motion estimation after MB type selection (JuanJo)
-- added pgm and .Y.U.V output format
-- suppressed 'img:' protocol. Simply use: /tmp/test%d.[pgm|Y] as input or
- output.
-- added pgmpipe I/O format (original patch from Martin Aumueller
- <lists at reserv.at>, but changed completely since we use a format
- instead of a protocol)
-
-
-version 0.4.2:
-
-- added H.263/MPEG-4/MSMPEG4 decoding support. MPEG-4 decoding support
- (for OpenDivX) is almost complete: 8x8 MVs and rounding are
- missing. MSMPEG4 support is complete.
-- added prototype MPEG-1 decoder. Only I- and P-frames handled yet (it
- can decode ffmpeg MPEGs :-)).
-- added libavcodec API documentation (see apiexample.c).
-- fixed image polyphase bug (the bottom of some images could be
- greenish)
-- added support for non clipped motion vectors (decoding only)
- and image sizes non-multiple of 16
-- added support for AC prediction (decoding only)
-- added file overwrite confirmation (can be disabled with -y)
-- added custom size picture to H.263 using H.263+ (Juanjo)
-
-
-version 0.4.1:
-
-- added MSMPEG4 (aka DivX) compatible encoder. Changed default codec
- of AVI and ASF to DIV3.
-- added -me option to set motion estimation method
- (default=log). suppressed redundant -hq option.
-- added options -acodec and -vcodec to force a given codec (useful for
- AVI for example)
-- fixed -an option
-- improved dct_quantize speed
-- factorized some motion estimation code
-
-
-version 0.4.0:
-
-- removing grab code from ffserver and moved it to ffmpeg. Added
- multistream support to ffmpeg.
-- added timeshifting support for live feeds (option ?date=xxx in the
- URL)
-- added high quality image resize code with polyphase filter (need
- mmx/see optimization). Enable multiple image size support in ffserver.
-- added multi live feed support in ffserver
-- suppressed master feature from ffserver (it should be done with an
- external program which opens the .ffm url and writes it to another
- ffserver)
-- added preliminary support for video stream parsing (WAV and AVI half
- done). Added proper support for audio/video file conversion in
- ffmpeg.
-- added preliminary support for video file sending from ffserver
-- redesigning I/O subsystem: now using URL based input and output
- (see avio.h)
-- added WAV format support
-- added "tty user interface" to ffmpeg to stop grabbing gracefully
-- added MMX/SSE optimizations to SAD (Sums of Absolutes Differences)
- (Juan J. Sierralta P. a.k.a. "Juanjo" <juanjo at atmlab.utfsm.cl>)
-- added MMX DCT from mpeg2_movie 1.5 (Juanjo)
-- added new motion estimation algorithms, log and phods (Juanjo)
-- changed directories: libav for format handling, libavcodec for
- codecs
-
-
-version 0.3.4:
-
-- added stereo in MPEG audio encoder
-
-
-version 0.3.3:
-
-- added 'high quality' mode which use motion vectors. It can be used in
- real time at low resolution.
-- fixed rounding problems which caused quality problems at high
- bitrates and large GOP size
-
-
-version 0.3.2: small fixes
-
-- ASF fixes
-- put_seek bug fix
-
-
-version 0.3.1: added avi/divx support
-
-- added AVI support
-- added MPEG-4 codec compatible with OpenDivX. It is based on the H.263 codec
-- added sound for flash format (not tested)
-
-
-version 0.3: initial public release
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