[Matroska-users] mkvtoolnix 0.8.8 released

Moritz Bunkus moritz at bunkus.org
Fri Apr 23 19:45:02 CEST 2004


Heya,

here's another release of mkvtoolnix. Bug fixes all over the place this
time, but nothing major like 'erases your precious movie collection' ;)

The homepage:
http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/mkvtoolnix/
The sources:
http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/mkvtoolnix/sources/mkvtoolnix-0.8.8.tar.bz2
The Windows binaries:
http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/mkvtoolnix/win32/mkvtoolnix-0.8.8.rar
The packages for RedHat/FedoraCore and SuSE are being built at the
moment and will be available on the mkvtoolnix homepage shortly.

Here's the ChangeLog since 0.8.7:
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2004-04-23  Moritz Bunkus  <moritz at bunkus.org>

	* Released v0.8.8.

	* mkvtoolnix now depends on libebml 0.7.0 and libmatroska 0.7.0.

2004-04-21  Moritz Bunkus  <moritz at bunkus.org>

	* mkvinfo: bug fix: mkvinfo was forcing libmatroska not to handle
	unknown elements and crashed on those.

2004-04-15  Moritz Bunkus  <moritz at bunkus.org>

	* mmg: new feature: When adding Matroska files the video track's
	display dimensions are displayed as well.

2004-04-13  Moritz Bunkus  <moritz at bunkus.org>

	* mkvmerge: new feature: Implemented reading AAC from AVIs.

2004-04-11  Moritz Bunkus  <moritz at bunkus.org>

	* mkvmerge: bug fix: The Flac packetizer was accessing
	uninitialized memory resulting in a crash on Windows.

	* avilib: bug fix: Fixed compilation on big endian systems.

	* mkvmerge: bug fix: Fixed the handling of RealMedia files with
	'multirate' tracks (again).

2004-04-09  Moritz Bunkus  <moritz at bunkus.org>

	* mkvmerge: bug fix: On some rare occasions chapters were not
	written correctly when splitting was active.

2004-04-06  Moritz Bunkus  <moritz at bunkus.org>

	* mmg: bug fix: On non-Windows systems some combinations of
	wxWindows and GTK caused continuous 100% CPU usage after a special
	call to wxExecute.
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Have a nice evening.

Mosu

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