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0.50.14 - [stable branch] - Sun 29 Jun 2003, joern
- transcode >= 0.6.6 sets mpeg2enc -I 0 by default, but
older versions doesn't. This speeds up things signifcantly,
because now mpeg2enc skips deinterlace processing (it was
done even for non-interlaced material and wasted time).
dvd::rip now sets -I0, too. Thanks for the hint to
- Warn about AVI files >2GB and set transcode option
--avi_limit 9999, otherwise transcode splits automatically
- NTSC A/V sync enhancement: dvd::rip's -x vob,null transcode
option in the 1st pass of a multipass transcoding was
good for performance, but could be bad for A/V sync with
some NTSC material, because the audio information is always
needed for proper synchronisation. Thanks to Florin and
Tilmann for figuring this out.
- NTSC: -M2 isn't set anymore by dvd::rip, because transcode
does autodetect this. Thanks to Tilmann for the hint.
- Fixed a small mismatch (about 1%) in the audio size
calculation, which affected video bitrate calculation.
Thanks for the report to Charles Franšois Rey
<charlesfr.rey AT epfl.ch>.
- Automatic setting of PERLIO=stdio failed, if PERLIO
was already set to some value. Thanks for the report to
Richard Kilgore <rkilgore AT hotpop.com>.
- Progress bar was messed up with PSU core. Thanks for the
report to Tyler <dvdrip AT unixgod.net> and Florin.
- NTSC: resolution was set to 720x480, even if the movie
had 704x480. dvd::rip now sets no resolution at all, because
transcode autodetects the resolution. Thanks for the report to
Francisco J. Leˇn <fleona AT cantv.net>.