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Update various readme and setup files for the final release.

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  1. +3 −3 README.md
  2. +3 −3 README.releases
  3. +7 −3 setup.py
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6 README.md
@@ -65,10 +65,10 @@ Sometimes it may be useful to generate a test file:
Creating New Device Presets
---------------------------
-New device presets can be created by specifying information about yourself and
+New device presets can be created via the [create preset](http://www.transcoder.org/presets/creat/ "Create a new Arista Transcoder preset")
+page on the website or by specifying information about yourself and
the device you wish to support along with presets that describe how to create a
-proper gstreamer pipeline to encode for the device in an xml file. Please see
-the xml files in the presets directory that ship with Arista for examples.
+proper gstreamer pipeline to encode for the device in a JSON file.
Contributing
------------
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6 README.releases
@@ -5,15 +5,15 @@ This file describes what steps should be taken to make a new release of Arista.
Pre-Release
-----------
- * Download new translation files from launchpad and commit to bzr
+ * Download new translation files from launchpad and commit to git
* Version bump in arista/__init__.py and ui/about.ui
* Updated README
- * Update setup.py and debian/* to make sure they are up to date for the release
+ * Update setup.py to make sure it is up to date for the release
Release
-------
- * Tag bzr revision with version, e.g. 'arista-0.9.1'
+ * Tag git revision with version, e.g. '0.9.1', and push with --tags
* Create the source distribution: setup.py sdist
* Upload the resulting dist/arista-*.tar.gz to Programmer-art.org
* Turn the next milestone into a release on launchpad and upload tarball
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10 setup.py
@@ -49,8 +49,10 @@
* Presets for iPod, computer, DVD player, PSP, and more
* Live preview to see encoded quality
* Automatically discover available DVD drives and media
-* Rip straight from DVD media easily (requires libdvdcss)
-* Automatically discover and record from V4L devices
+* Rip straight from DVD media easily
+* Automatically discover and record from Video4Linux devices
+* Support for H.264, WebM, FLV, Ogg, DivX and more
+* Batch processing of entire directories easily
* Simple terminal client for scripting
Requirements
@@ -61,11 +63,13 @@
required depend on the presets available, but at this time you should have
gst-plugins-good, gst-plugins-bad, gst-plugins-ugly, and gst-ffmpeg. If you are
on Ubuntu don't forget to install the multiverse packages.
+
+Note: WebM support requires at least GStreamer's gst-plugins-bad-0.10.19.
""",
author = "Daniel G. Taylor",
author_email = "dan@programmer-art.org",
url = "http://programmer-art.org/projects/arista-transcoder",
- download_url = "http://programmer-art.org/media/releases/arista-transcoder/arista-0.9.3.tar.gz",
+ download_url = "http://programmer-art.org/media/releases/arista-transcoder/arista-0.9.4.tar.gz",
packages = [
"arista",
],
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