LAV Filters v0.32
-LAV Splitter v0.32
-LAV Splitter x64 v0.32
-LAV Audio Decoder v0.32
-LAV Audio Decoder x64 v0.32
-LAV Video Decoder v0.32
-LAV Video Decoder x64 v0.32
Changes in v0.32
-The installer will now add shortcuts to the start menu to open the filter configurations
-The ffmpeg DLLs have been renamed to carry a \"lav\" suffix to avoid collisions with other components
-Improved detection of AAC LATM tracks (previously mis-detected as mp1/mp2)
-Fixed playback of badly interleaved AVI files
-Smarter default stream selection for RealMedia files
-Improved stream language handling for Blu-rays
-Fixed a crash issue with the Forced Subtitle pin on Blu-rays
-DTS decoding failures are now handled more gracefully
-Fixed Media Types for Stereo 44.1kHz Audio
-First official version - refer to release notes for details
This release officially introduces the LAV Video decoder, a versatile video decoder based on the ffmpeg decoding libraries.
It can decode nearly all mainstream files (except interlaced VC-1), and aims at doing this with the highest quality possible.
- Full support for H.264, including 4:4:4 and 10-bit
- Support for native output of YUV 4:2:0, 4:2:2 and 4:4:4, in 8 or 10-bit each.
--- Dithering for 10-bit sources when using 8-bit output
- Proper flagging of interlaced fields for deinterlacing in the renderer.
- A wide range of formats:
--- H264, VC1, MPEG1/2/4, MS-MPEG4 (DivX3), VP3, VP6, VP8, WMV1/2/3, MJPEG/MJPEGB, DV, Theora, FLV1, SVQ1/SVQ3, H261, H263, Intel Indeo 3/5, Fraps, HuffYUV, TSCC/Camtasia, Bink, Smacker, Real Video 1-4, Lagarith, Cinepak, Camstudio, QPEG, ZLIB/MSZH, QTRle, QTRpza
- Converting YUV to RGB is not working optimally. You can choose between a very low quality variant (but fast), and a very slow variant (but high quality). A new RGB converter is planned, and will be available soon.
- Pixel Format conversions in general are slow. Its also planned to replace/optimize the most critical conversions. To avoid this, use madVR or another renderer which natively supports all pixel formats. This will only affect you if you actually play content that needs to be converted, though.
The decoder has already been tested extensively over the last month through the test versions posted here, and i\'m quite confident that there are no major bugs left.
You can check the TODOs, open issues and plans on the bugtracker: http://code.google.com/p/lavfilters/issues/list
When reporting bugs in the video decoder, its crucial to get a sample file, and all important information about your playback setup - which player, which renderer and which source filter you used.