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VirtualDub v1.5.9 released

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 11 Nov 2003 14:43 User comments (2)

Avery Lee has released a new stable version of his super-popular freeware, open source video editing software, VirtualDub.
The new version, VirtualDub v1.5.9 (build 18121), includes the following changes since the last version (VirtualDub v1.5.8):
  • [features added]
    • Made 'autodetect additional segments by filename' option sticky.
    • Removed trackbar ticks when ticks are a solid bar to speed up edits on very long timelines.
    • Added option to disable use of DirectX in video displays under Preferences/Display.
  • [bugs fixed]
    • Fixed odd lock-to-keyframe behavior with edit lists that have out of order segments.
    • Fixed move-to-next-keyframe command at end of time-line.
    • Fixed decompression of 1-bit and 4-bit uncompressed AVI files under Windows 95/98.
    • Audio compression dialog showed the wrong set of valid formats if a precision was selected under Audio Conversion.
    • The current edit list is no longer applied to batch jobs created from entire directories.
  • [regressions fixed]
    • Fixed display crashes with odd-width images.
    • Segment loading wasn't hopping across drives to pick up segments from a multisegment capture, as directed by the AVI's segment hint block.

As usual, you can download the latest version directly from our site, using this URL:

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2 user comments

112.11.2003 3:27

Thnx Avery :D VirtualDUB Rocks!!!

212.11.2003 12:31

Hell ya! :-)

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