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VirtualDub 1.6.11

Posted on Tuesday, October 04 2005 @ 00:20:39 CEST by LSDsmurf

Features fixed:
  • Added support for using D3D .fx files for hardware-assisted display. This requires d3dx_25.dll (DirectX 9.0c April 2005) to work.
  • Added keyboard shortcuts for scene forward/backward.
Bugs fixed:
  • The current frame could not be copied after a "scan for errors" command.
  • Fixed crash in DV type-1 audio resampling code at end of stream.
  • Fixed audio read errors on DV type-1 files with drop frames.
  • Fixed a couple of crash bugs related to using positive audio displacements.
  • Fixed a rare filter crash triggered by a previously failing filter suddenly becoming able to start while the filter list is being edited.
  • Fixed bad write length in .wav writer.
  • If precision was set to "no change" but channel conversion was enabled, the audio was converted to 8-bit.
  • Error descriptions for failed jobs were often truncated after exiting and restarting the app.
  • JPEG decoder sometimes reported false parsing errors due to not parsing over comment blocks.
  • Filter load and AVI append functions could report "operation completed successfully" rather than the proper error.
  • AVI File Information reported an incorrect preload value for AVIs that started with a video chunk.
  • Capture: Stop conditions were being saved even if Accept was pressed.
  • Capture: Emulation test driver crashed on activation if the last used video file couldn't be found.
  • (AMD64 only) Disassembler was not decoding base registers properly.
  • (AMD64 only) Cropping was incorrect or outright broken with some video filters.
Regressions fixed:
  • "Split" audio filter was broken.
  • Frameserver exposed too much audio when range to be served was set through range selection, rather than the tail being deleted.

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Download: VirtualDub 1.6.11


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