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ffdshow 2005-09-09

Posted on Sunday, September 11 2005 @ 02:18:22 CEST by LSDsmurf

  • SIMD softlight
  • UINT8->uint8_t
  • VYUY support in XviD colorspace conversion routines
  • better support for 8 bit palettized images input in VFW
  • correct MMX SAD
  • don't use shuffle instruction in 3dnow! code
  • dotproduct.asm
  • successfully compiled 64-bit version - untested
  • updated libavcodec, x264
  • don't always enable YV12 output in VFW mode
  • fallback C idct and fdct for DCT filter
  • few 64-bit compatibility fixes
  • a step closer to x64 build
  • don't crash with zero delay in dolby decoder
  • few vobsub fixes,
  • fixed YUY2 levels crash
  • updated libtheora to alpha5
  • updated vs 2005 project
  • working on avc in mpeg support
  • x264 patches from Sharktooth's builds
  • 2xSai and hq2x resizers
  • Don't try to always get output buffer size for audio samples - use last known value. Should fix compatibility problems with some applications, hopefully won't break other.
  • libtheora decoder supports radlight parser
  • maybe not very useful and not fully correct but: h.263 and mpeg quantization and dequantization in DCT filter
  • aspect ratios in OSD
  • display current quantization matrices when available
  • use xcm extension for supplied quantization matrices,
  • cqm extension support
  • updated libavcodec
  • updated VS 2005 projects

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