[vlc-devel] Re: VLC 0.6.0-test1
emulynx at delfi.lv
Tue May 20 14:23:11 CEST 2003
Tuesday, May 20, 2003, 2:43:04 AM, you wrote:
GB> A few major features and many improvements have rolled in since the last
GB> release so we are now preparing for our next and greatest release so far.
GB> New features include the new stream output & transcoding capabilities, SVQ3
GB> support in ffmpeg,
This one is an awesome step forward!
Next step for ffmpeg is to get RealMedia support inside ;)
GB> wxWindows becoming the default intferface under Win32,
Looks nice, but I don't see volume controls anywhere.
It's also much harder to add couple of files to playlist now.
Time seeking problem for m2v files wasn't solved and I don't think
it's in your todo list. I'm playing musicvideos in m2v format and
playing time is always incorrect for thousands of files.
I saw that first step to keep window size after playlist entry change
(first movie ends, second one starts) was done in CVS but this release
doesn't feature any improvements of that kind.
New Preferences are awesome but you probably need to change button
title "Advanced..." to "Back to Simple" or just "Simple..." after
GB> localization under BeOS, v4l input under Linux, audio bug fix under OS X,
GB> CD audio support,
GB> Improved skins support on win32,
Anybody to create Media Player Classic (http://www.gabest.org/mpc.php)
style interface? Is it possible to change hotkeys in skins to
completely simulate another player? I'd like to see Media Player 6.x
GB> the new http remote control interface, etc...
GB> Please test and report any problems.
I've got new box some time ago. It's Compaq Evo D510 ePC.
It has P4 2.4ghz processor and integrated Intel video/audio/network.
The box is very compact and small but VLC started to lock up for 4-5
seconds each ~40 seconds of playing. I'm going to try 0.4.x branch if
you want, but that happens to 0.5.0, 0.5.1 and latest 0.6.1. This
doesn't happen anywhere else.
I'm thinking about other things - if I'll come up with some other
suggestions I'll post it here for sure since I'm reading that list on
Keep up the great work, go on and beat MPlayer :)
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