Changelog 0.8.4

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DVD Slideshow package changelog: 0.8.4


dvd-slideshow

'New Features:'

Improved encoding speed significantly. (thanks Gary Hunt!)

Use qscale VBR option in ffmpeg for flv and mp4 output instead of fixed bitrate.

Logo (-logo) works as general overlay (beta).

Added -threads $cores to ffmepg calls for speed improvement?

Added .ogg mode ( use -ogv ) (not working yet)

Added ipod output ( use -ipod ) (not working yet)

Add quiet output mode -q to reduce output

'Bug Fixes:'

Use soxi to determine length of .wav audio instead of sox (better compatibility?)

Fixed chroma subsampling bug when using -mpeg2enc option (cat terminated by signal 13)

New dvdauthor/spumux > 0.7.0 require explicit NTSC/PAL declaration

No audio added to .flv files when none is passed by default.

Changed default dvd audio bitrate from 192kbps to 256kbps

Enable subtitle_location_x (was not being passed before)

Fix audio duration for .avi files (untested) (thanks Guy Albertelli)

Fix hms2seconds to allow 0:08:05:345 (seconds and minutes like "08") (thanks Guy Albertelli)

Redirect wait errors to log file to reduce errors in long slideshows

Improved kenburns jitter.

Added unset CDPATH to full_path function call (thanks Bob!)

Fixed bug with old version of findutils < 4.2.5

Use du -b so it is independend of env variables (thanks kikoun)

Change sleep 1s to sleep 0.01s for faster machines

Add better help for missing applications and graphicsmagick

Allow escaped # in musictitle slides (use \# to print #)

Added fixes for .avi files (thanks Guy Albertelli)


dvd-menu

'Changes:'

Fix sox arguments to work with both old and new versions of sox.

Added "unset CDPATH to full_path function. (Thanks Bob!)

Add explicit PAL or NTSC in .xml files for dvdauthor 0.7.0

Add totem and VLC playback examples


dir2slideshow

'Changes:'

Fixes for file counts and uppercase extensions (thanks Eric Baplue)

Allow reading of dvd-slideshowrc file to set variables (thanks Johan Kunnen)

Reads .avi files for dvd-slideshow (thanks Guy Albertelli)

Add -q (quiet mode) for less output on screen when calling from another script