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-0.38.1
+0.39.0
Fix file opening for mac.
Some GUI fixes/tweaks.
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-it can extract "known profanities and euphemisms" from subtitle files
-it can be made into a browser plugin so as to auto-load when the movie is selected.
-It lets them choose from several available options, including add-on EDL's.
-It could have a "friendly editor" that allows them to seek to a time and create
-edit items, like ZoomPlayer's max cut scene editor.
-the EDL's themselves can be euphemized.
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it can examine "output volume level" to auto-detect violence scenes.
similarly for "questionable" content
it can detect from subtitles (and/or OCR, same thing), questionable content, or violence, based on words used
- use multiple filters/complex mapping graphs to overlay just the exactly correct overlay: http://ffmpeg.org/libavfilter.html
+ use multiple filters/complex mapping graphs to overlay just the exactly correct overlay: http://ffmpeg.org/libavfilter.html or AviSynth scripts
user preference "how many down clicks on volume for profanity" (already possible)
- make it so it can suck in from "another wiki" the DL's, at package time, somehow (just one)
- or even just suck in any web file, for starters
space -> advance from pause until next edit item?
- amazon player descriptor, just in case ;P
can jerk mouse only every so often (cheap would be to just arbitrarily have it from x to y, demo that)
can scan several player descriptors to "pick the right one" (kind of already showed/did this one)
post some playon.tv demo screencast...this should prove all shouldn't it [?]
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can suck it in "in realtime" from online, and parse it +- from a user editable wiki
a UI to select categories, save as preference, apply it each time at DVD selection time
don't use timecodes, use "% of the movie" and "total length" perhaps?
- look at patents for other ideas? [+- nissim patents?]
+ look at patents for other ideas? [+- nissim p's?]
just pause it, tell them how far to fast forward at that point :P [somewhat already done/showed actually, thanks to mplayer]
have the user forced to tell me what each digit is, themselves, at runtime, for OCR :P
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can overlay an srt file to an "online" OCR tracked player
right click on DVD "play edit with ..."
bookmarks within edited playback/remember where you last left off
- you can record the screen of an "edited playback" in order to create an edited version. It's like recording off your TV, right?
+ you can record the screen of an "edited playback" in order to create an edited version. If legal.
each EDL can have a "type" specified, like "type a starts at time x, ends at time y" "type b starts at time z, ends at time mu" so that you can re-use the same EDL
cross several media types.
EDL action "zoom" to a certain part/portion of a movie, for a specified amount of time.
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basically, when it starts, it runs a git update, which brings its local list of EDL's up to date, so it can see any changes.
This also allows for p2p EDL sharing, since you can have git repositories anywhere, and pull a list of them.
Another option would be to "always" pull from a/the server when you lookup EDL's for a certain media object (DVD, file, online, etc.)
- then you're always getting the latest/greatest.
- Note that pulling from a wiki at runtime was already demonstrated in a past release.
+ then you're always getting the latest/greatest.

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