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VirtualDub v1.5.1 released

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 23 Feb 2003 7:27 User comments (1)

Our favourite open-sourced video editor, VirtualDub has been updated to VirtualDub v1.5.1 which fixes bunch of bugs introduced in v1.5.0.
The changelog since v1.5.0 is here:
  • [features added]
    • Improved audio filter dialog.
    • Added "split" and "mix" audio filters.
    • Capture mode: Added menu item to launch Windows Volume Control in Recording mode.
    • Save Segmented AVI now attempts to cut before keyframes when the video mode is set to "direct copy."
  • [bug fixes]
    • "Change so durations match" frame rate option was using microsecond periods as frame rates.
    • Fixed random crash when selecting menu option with no video file loaded.
    • Fixed broken free space gauge in capture mode.
    • Fixed trashed filenames when attempting to set capture file.
    • Save Segmented AVI was using one digit instead of two for the segment number.
    • Video capture without an audio device now works.
    • Audio compression dialog no longer shows incompatible compression formats when it first appears.
    • Added workaround for "shutdown when finished" job control option to work under Windows 98.
    • Assignments to string variables now work in scripts.


Download the latest version from here:

http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/video_tools/virtualdub.cfm

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1 user comment

123.2.2003 11:28

I have tried this but i would go for VLC try what as well.


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