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Avidemux is a free video editor designed for simple cutting, filtering and encoding tasks. Tasks can be automated using projects, job queue and powerful scripting capabilities. It supports most video formats like DVD, VOB, AVI, DivX, XviD, WMV, MPG, MP4, AVI, MOV, MKV, DV, FLV.

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Version history / Release notes / Changelog:
2014-03-23: 2.6.8 : v2 binaries for win32/win64
One file was missing from the installer, blocking tinypy. The file has been added back to avidemux_2.6.8_winXX_v2.exe


2.6.8

Image/export: Proper initialization of Qz for jpeg export
UI : Add an override menu to force language
tinypy : Add support for os.environ
x264 : Improved settings (tobias)
Win32 : Fix crash when having an audio problem
Win32 : Re-add mp4v2 to installer files
Audio/FAAC : Fix channel mapping when source is mono
Audio/AMR : Re-enabled AMR
Audio/lavc : Fixed encoding for codec not supporting planar (MP2)
Audio : Fixed importing MP2 audio detected as MP3
Editor : Fix deleting chunks of the video leading to seek errors
Editor : Initial copy/paste support
Editor/audio: Fix issue when source has more than 4 tracks
Editor : Better detection of double fps input files
TS/Demux : Brute force eac3 probe
TS/Demux : Better initialization, avoid dropping audio
MP4/Demux : Fix management of PCM audio
Mkv/Demux : Proper re-indexing for mpeg2 in mkv
Mp4v2/Mux : Add fast start mode back
OpenSolaris : Some fixes by pfelecan
Subtitles : Update libass + very simple srt2ssa converter
OsX : Enables more optional codecs...
avsfilte : Performance Improvements (fahr)


2.6.7

Windows : Better management of non ascii filename with x264
Images : Better support for bmp and jpeg
Auto : Fixed PSP auto script (LJ)
Packages: Better RPM generation (mit)
Audio : Correct handling of 8Bits PCM in mp4/mov
Build : Support for cmake 2.8.12 (2.8.13) (ajschult)
mkv : Fixed seeking in mkv/h264
TS/Audio: Extend support for SBR in AAC/LATM
TS/H264 : Split at NALU boundaries, sometimes it was off by one byte


2.6.6

Windows : Fixed mp4 muxer
Windows : Patched x264 to use utf8
Mov : Fixed PCM/LPCM audio track management
Bumped x264 preset to v2 to make sure invalid qmax/qmin presets were not used any longer
Languages support for audio tracks


2.6.5

Re-enabled 64bits windows build using octave
libva hardware decoding
xvba hardware decoding, ported from xbmc, experimental
Only lock job database when adding a job
Fixed the doubled fps bug on mpeg ts
Fixed positive and negative audio shift having the same effect
Windows : Better drag n drop support
Added back save/load video filter set
Dv encoding
Fast, superfast and ultrafast x264 preset by bernd_b
Support for 10bits h264 decoding
Much improved speed for downmixing
Updated libav*


2.6.4

Switched to mxe-octave for win32 build, that fixes most of the crashes on win32
Better compatibility with AAC in mpeg TS
Translations re-enabled
Fixed a bug in x264 which could make encoding abort right at the beginning
Fixed msharpen when width was not a multiple of 8
Added camtasia codec support
Fixed VC1 in TS indexing
Properly clear things when loading a new video
Report proper audio duration for mpeg PS/TS
Report proper audio duration for mpeg PS/TS


2.6.3

Fix audio encoding through libavcodec


2.6.2

x264 dialog improved (KoolAidMan, steginger)
Fix project save/load when locales use , are decimal separator
mp4v2: Better management of constant framerate (jfx)
Fix editing when cutting on keyframes (jfx)
Added "Undo" function (jfx)
Better compatibility of h264 in avi
Updated libav* to 1.1.2
Fix dropped frames when copying
Partial management of non ascii filename for x264 stat file
Better A/V sync when creating avi


2.6.1

Various improvements to MP4, FLV and MPEG-PS/TS demuxers
Improved handling of input PTS and DTS
Improved external audio file support
Improved video seeking in editor
Fixed numerous memory leaks
Updated FFmpeg libraries (version 1.0.1)
Restored several x264 options
Restored non-blocking drag-and-drop support for Qt interface
Restored Fade to Black video filter plugin
SSA subtitle video filter plugin is available again on MS Windows


2.6.0

Avidemux is now time-based instead of frame-based to provide better accuracy when dealing with variable frame rate sources
Demuxers, muxers, video decoders, FFmpeg encoders and scripting engines are now plugins
Updated FFmpeg libraries (version 0.11.1)
Improved threading when decoding and encoding video
Job queue functionality has been moved to a separate application
Removed VOB to VobSub, VobSub to srt, and TS to srt subtitle tools
Removed language translations
The same video renderer is now used when editing and playing video for consistency
Accelerated video decoding on Linux when using NVIDIA GeForce 8 series or later GPU
Support for Sorenson Vector Quantizer 1 video decoding
Support for E-AC3 audio decoding
New AAC audio encoder (avcodec)
Increased the maximum number of supported input/output audio tracks from 2 to 4 for applicable video containers
Audio filters can now be applied to all audio tracks (not just the primary track)
AAC LATM/LOAS audio support for the MPEG-TS demuxer
MPEG-4 AVC and AAC support for the Flash Video demuxer
Improved OpenDML support for the AVI muxer
New MP4 muxer (MP4v2)
Removed the Ogg muxer
New Python scripting engine (TinyPy)
New ECMAScript scripting engine (QtScript) including debugger and reference guide
New Transform video filters: Resize (swscale), Greyscale, Add Logo, Horizontal Flip
New Colour video filter: Remove Plane
New Miscellaneous video filter: PrintInfo
New OpenGL video filters for Apple and Linux operating systems
Removed Transform video filters: Reverse, Resize, Fade, MPlayer Resize
Removed Interlacing video filters: Deinterlace, Drop, Keep Even Fields, Keep Odd Fields, mcDeinterlace, PAL Field Shift, Pulldown, PAL Smart, Smart Swap Fields, Swap Fields, TDeint
Removed Colour video filters: Blend Removal, Colour Curve Editor, Luma Delta, Luma Only, Chroma U, Chroma V
Removed Noise video filters: Cnr2, Denoise, Forced Postprocessing, Median (5x5), Light Denoiser, TIsophote, Temporal Cleaner
Removed Sharpness video filter: Soften
Removed Subtitle video filters: VobSub, DVB Sub, ASS, Subtitler
Removed Miscellaneous video filters: Add Framenumber, Mosaic, Whirl


2.5.6

Restored AC3 and MP2 encoding (regression introduced 2.5.5)
Added support for latest x264 core
Updated the FFmpeg libraries (version 0.9)
Drag-and-drop no longer blocks source application for Qt interface
Resolved Windows XP 32-bit stability issues (regression introduced 2.5.5)
Windows 7 taskbar now displays encoding progress
Improved crash reporting on Windows especially Win64
Compilation fixes for OS X Snow Leopard and Lion
Various minor fixes and enhancements


2.5.5

* Improved FLV reading capabilities
* Improved H264 parsing
* Support for x264 core 110
* (sloppy) support for gcc 4.6


2.5.4

* Added support for VP8 video decoding
* Improved decoding of VC-1 video in the MPEG-TS container
* Fixed decoding of UYVY video
* Support for DIB video that requires flipping
* Support for additional DV fourCCs (DVSD, CDVC, cdvc)
* Added support for latest x264 core and updated Qt interface
* Updated the FFmpeg libraries
* Added support for compressed headers, MPEG-2 audio and VP8 video in MKV container
* New AvsFilter for Linux (written by Fahr)
* New OpenGL video renderer for the Qt interface (SDL has been deprecated)
* New Plugin Manager for the Qt interface
* Restored most of the internationalisation support that existed in 2.4
* Compatibility improvements to auto wizards
* Improvements to Unicode support for JavaScript files on MS Windows
* GCC 4.5 support
* Various minor fixes and enhancements


2.5.3

* Added support for I420 video decoding
* H.263 video encoder now supports more profiles
* mpeg2enc video encoder no longer drops the last few frames and now works on Win32 with SIMD instructions enabled
* The majority of video encoders are now plugins
* Improved partial filter support
* Updated the FFmpeg libraries
* Updated libass
* Avsproxy now supports audio
* All auto wizards are now scripted and available in both interfaces
* Various minor fixes and enhancements


2.5.2

* Re-enabled Vorbis decoder (regression introduced 2.5.0)
* Improved channel mapping of multichannel DTS & Vorbis audio
* Fixed decoding of 5.1 channel Vorbis audio in MKV files
* Updated the FFmpeg libraries
* Added support for latest x264 core and updated Qt interface
* Added support for H264 video, VP6A video and AAC audio in FLV container
* Added support for SEDG and WMVA four CCs
* Various fixes related to Xvid settings
* Fixed Xvid stat files remaining locked after encoding (regression introduced 2.5.0)
* Improved MKV demuxer
* New Colour Curve Editor plugin for Qt interface
* Fixed partial filter support (regression introduced 2.5.0)
* Fixed FluxSmooth filter plugin (regression introduced 2.5.0)
* Fixed saving of filter parameters for Rotate and Equaliser plugins (regression introduced 2.5.0)
* Added extra bitrate settings for LAME audio encoder
* Enabled JACK audio device plugin (regression introduced 2.5.0)
* Various GUI fixes for GTK+ and Qt interface
* Fixed command-line interface support for various video filters
* Changed "save-jpg" parameter of command-line interface to honour "begin" parameter
* Fixed saving of crash file when Avidemux unexpectedly quits (regression introduced in 2.5.0)
* Fixed GUI quirks when using Copy mode and AVI un/packing
* Further improvements to Unicode support for filenames on MS Windows
* Various minor fixes and enhancements


2.5.2 RC

* Re-enabled Vorbis decoder (regression introduced 2.5.0)
* Updated the FFmpeg libraries
* Added support for latest x264 core and updated Qt interface
* Added support for H264 video, VP6A video and AAC audio in FLV container
* Added support for SEDG and WMVA four CCs
* Various fixes related to Xvid settings
* Fixed Xvid stat files remaining locked after encoding (regression introduced 2.5.0)
* Improved MKV demuxer
* New Colour Curve Editor plugin for Qt interface
* Fixed partial filter support (regression introduced 2.5.0)
* Fixed FluxSmooth filter plugin (regression introduced 2.5.0)
* Fixed channel support for DCA audio decoder
* Added extra bitrate settings for LAME audio encoder
* Enabled JACK audio device plugin (regression introduced 2.5.0)
* Various GUI fixes for GTK+ and Qt interface
* Fixed command-line interface support for various video filters
* Changed "save-jpg" parameter of command-line interface to honour "begin" parameter
* Fixed saving of crash file when Avidemux unexpectedly quits (regression introduced in 2.5.0)
* Fixed GUI quirks when using Copy mode and AVI un/packing
* Further improvements to Unicode support for filenames on MS Windows
* Various minor fixes and enhancements


2.5.1

* Re-enabled several video and audio encoders (regression introduced in 2.5.0)
* Updated the FFmpeg libraries
* More video encoders are now plugins
* DV video encoder now supports more profiles
* Fixed loading and saving issues with LAME, x264 and Xvid options (regression introduced in 2.5.0)
* Removed support for libamrnb and replaced with opencore-amrnb
* Removed support for libdca and replaced with libavcodec's DCA decoder
* AMR-WB audio decoding support using opencore-amrwb
* Fraps video decoding support
* Lowpass-5 mode added to libavcodec deinterlacer filter plugin
* Fixed formatting of parameters for various filters on 64-bit platforms
* Updated libass
* Fixed sizing of the bitrate control on various video encoder configure windows (regression introduced in 2.5.0)
* Improved filter dialog for GTK+ interface
* New navigation icons for GTK+ interface
* Fixed the behaviour of several GTK+ open/save dialogs (regression introduced in 2.5.0)
* asharp filter's Block Adaptive mode can now be disabled using the Qt interface
* Re-enabled the colour chooser dialog using the Qt interface (regression introduced in 2.5.0)
* GCC 4.4 support
* Fixed issues with CMake build scripts when using multiple make jobs (regression introduced in 2.5.0)


2.5.0

* Audio Codecs, Audio Devices and Video Filters are now plugins
* x264 and Xvid encoders are now also plugins with an updated Qt interface
* Auto wizards are now scripted and easier to extend
* Updated the FFmpeg libraries
* Various minor fixes and enhancements


2.4.4

• Fixed crash when opening some MOV files (regression introduced in 2.4.3)
• Improved support for H.264 in MPEG-TS and M2TS containers.
• Improved support for H.264 in MP4 container (including constant frame rate fix)
• Fixed bug where muxers could drop the first few B-frames (most containers were affected)
• Fixed FAAC support so bitrate is correctly honoured
• The same settings are now used for the first and second pass of an x264 encode
• Improved JPEG file support
• Improved PNG decoding (now uses libavcodec rather than a custom wrapper around libpng)
• Improved BMP/DIB decoding (now uses libavcodec rather than using own decoder)
• Improved colourspace handling for raw video, bitmaps and DIBs
• Fixed Previous Black Frame functionality
• Qt interface has been significantly upgraded and now fully functional (compared with its GTK counterpart)
• Saving of video is now prevented if the A marker is greater than the B marker
• Improvements made to ECMAscript including a new GetFilePath() function for the DirectorySearch class and fixes to the exec() function
• Add support for AAC audio to the command line interface
• Qt interface is now the default interface for MS Windows
• x264 and Xvid stat files with Unicode characters are now handled on MS Windows
• The application log file is no longer buffered on MS Windows to ensure sequential logging
• Added support for ppc64 to the CMake build scripts
• Updated the following translations: Catalan, Czech, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish


2.4.3

* Improved support for MP4 files including support for 64-bit files
* Decoder for Y800
* libavcodec is now the default MPEG-2 decoder (instead of mpeg2dec)
* Fixed memory leak when indexing DVR-MS files
* Fixed calculation of width and height for High Profile H.264 video in TS files
* Fixed dropping of frames using x264 2-pass encoding (regression introduced in 2.4.2)
* Restored missing code pages to the Subtitler filter (regression introduced in 2.4.2)
* Fixed crashing on MS Windows when opening multiple instances of Avidemux (regression introduced in 2.4.2)


2.4.2

* Improved input and output of audio streams in MKV files
* Support for MJPEG-A in MOV/MP4 files
* Fixed saving header information of AVI files with PCM/LPCM audio
* Fixed opening FLV files that don't contain audio
* Fixed corruption when decoding MP4 files
* Fixed crashing when using MPEG-4 ASP (lavc) and two pass average bitrate mode
* Flush the x264 encoder upon completion so the last few frames aren't dropped
* Fixed incorrect colour conversion of 24/32 bit BMP and DIB files
* Re-enabled AMR-NB decoder (regression introduced in 2.4.0)
* Support for additional VP6 fourCCs
* Xvid custom matrices are now activated correctly
* Fixed caching issue with Qt4 interface which would corrupt translated strings
* Fixed zooming when using SDL (regression introduced in 2.4.1)
* Windows are now centred correctly on multi-monitor setups
* Use alternate button ordering for GTK+ interface when GNOME HIG isn't appropriate, e.g. MS Windows and KDE
* Various additions to the Qt4 interface including a new calculator tool, drag and drop support, improved joblist support and an about window
* SRT subtitle support for Arabic, Baltic, Greek, Hebrew and Turkish
* Fixed iPod profile where audio encoding options weren't always set correctly
* Fixed Film to PAL audio filter so frames are removed and added correctly
* Batch importing of image files is no longer restricted by the file handle limit set by the C runtime
* New video filter for outputting the frame number
* PulseAudio support (Linux only)
* GCC 4.3 support
* Updated the following translations: Czech, French, German, Greek, Italian, Spanish
* Fixed drag and drop support on MS Windows
* Improved Unicode support for filenames on MS Windows
* Prevent source files from being overwritten accidentally by the user on MS Windows
* MS Windows logging and settings are now stored under the Application Data folder instead of the User Profile folder
* Native file dialogs are now used for the Qt4 interface on Mac
* Various minor fixes and enhancements


Avidemux 2.4.1
Support for x264's new Hadamard Exhaustive Search method of motion estimation
Decoder for Windows Media Video 9 Advanced Profile (WVC1)
Re-enabled H.263 decoder (it was missing from the 2.4.0 release)
Fixed loss of audio when saving large OpenDML AVI files
Fixed various colour conversion issues with RGB codecs including BMP, Huffyuv, JPEG and PNG
Updates to the following translations: Catalan, French, German, Italian, Russian and Spanish
Win32 logging is now stored in an Avidemux folder under the user's profile. This allows Avidemux to operate under a non-administrator account.
Win32 CLI version nows outputs to console
New Quartz version for Mac
Better SDL support for Mac Quartz and Qt4 versions (SDL windows are now embedded and acceleration is enabled for Qt4)
Various video decoding fixes for PowerPC-based Macs
Fixed freezing when opening files on Mac


What's new in Avidemux 2.4 final
Input and output support for MKV and FLV containers
Rewritten MP4/MOV/3GP reader
Support for Nellymoser codec
New DV video output support
New MPEG-TS support including H.264 Elementary Stream
OCR support for MPEG-TS subtitles
New video bitstream unpacker (improved compatibility)
Capability to pack video bitstreams
New Yadif filter (ported from Avisynth)
Video filters can be loaded as external plug-ins (sample plug-in included)
Three interfaces now offered: command line, GTK+ and Qt4 (Qt4 is still incomplete)
Several key dialogs have been revamped (GTK+ user interface only)
Preview system refactored
Priority control added for encoding and video playback (Win32 only)
New Jog Shuttle control (GTK+ user interface only)
Support for Jog Shuttle hardware (Linux & GTK+ only)
New iPod and PlayStation Portable profiles
New Glyph Editor
Improved Bitrate Histogram
JACK support (Linux only)
DirectX support (Win32 only)
New Avisynth Proxy GUI (Win32 only)
Improved crash recovery - session settings are saved and reloaded upon application start
Numerous bugs fixed


2006-10-25: 2.3 final
* Fixed make install for po directory
* Fixed Ffv1rec
* Fix for multiple gthread_init call (aakef)
* Better audio dithering (Mihail+Josh Green)
* Support for DV in .mov/.mp4
* Resample crash fix when upsampling
* PCM in .mov/.mp4 sample size fix
* Fix for MP4/MOV files containing .url field
* Added smartcopy from cli or from javascript
* Fix encoding x264 with use bframe as reference + output to mp4


2006-10-18: 2.3 preview2

This release contains only bugfixes. One warning though, the default behavious has been inverted.

If you start avidemux and don't want the confirmation popups, use the --nogui flags as first argument.

The list of fixed bug is :

* Fixed display of GMC/Packed Bitstream/...

* Fade filter fix

* Fixed 2 pass encoding with multithreading enabled w lavcodec

* Save vop packed status in project/jobs

* Translation fix for windows

* Updated french/russian translation

* Crash fix when loading multitrack ogm files

* Improved bmp/jpg/png import

* Normalize fix

* MacOsX fix (Kuisathaverat)

* External audio import

* Nuv index creation fixes

* Mpeg PS output crash fix (for very short file)

* x264 compatible with r592

* More reactive UI (centove)

* Mixer improvement (Mihail)


Avidemux 2.3 preview 1
So after killing the 2.2 branch, we are back with the 2.3 branch and its first preview. It is a bit rough around the edges but works nicely. So what is new in that version ?

* Audio chain redone completetly (Mihail & I)
* Port of libass from mplayer (Moonz)
* Most saving to are multithreaded
* Support for aften AC3 encoder


Avidemux 2.2 preview 1, MacOsX binaries available
And now it is the time for MacOsX Binaries, thanks to kuisathaverat


Avidemux 2.2 preview 1, second round of windows binaries
* There was a big bug on win32 that prevented proper mpeg indexing Fixed in the new win32 binary, same download url


2.2 preview1, win32 binaries available
* Warning multithreading support does not work well on windows. Better not to activate it! The PSP support is not complete and does not work !


2.2 Preview1
* Output to mp4 file format
* Better x264 support
* Support for libdca (dts decoding)
* Better multi channel support
* Downmixing to prologic/prologic 2
* Partial support for multithreading (nice speed boost on multicore)
* Switched from toolame to twolame, now working on amd64
* Avsproxy support (able to read avisynth file, on both windows and linux, even 64bits linux through wine)
* Vbr audio for vorbis encoding
* New filter to easily create DVD animated menu
* Coloryuv filter ported from avisynth
* More robust mp3 handling
* More robust Packed bitstream depacking + faster


2.1.2
* SVCD/DVD at 23.976 were built with bad pulldown flags
* workaround to depack badly packed xvid bitstream
* unplayable avi by windows media player / totem
* bad computation of audio length for mpeg2 cut
* mplayer delogo ui
* some sub enhancement
* crashfix for some 3gp/mp4/mov files
* multiple audio track support for 3gp/mp4/mov
* properly initialize faad when sbr is usedin 3gp/mp4/mov
* better handling of bframe in 3gp/mp4/mov
* fixed ffv1rec
* updated lavcodec


2.1.0
Bugfixes

* tons of fixes (Jens, M Zenkov,me)
* auto split subtitles so that they are not truncated
* some packed bitstream fixes
* Much better mov support, including h264/aac
* Incorrect mpeg header in 2 pass mode fixed
* Correct black value for add border
* OpenDML reading for AMD64
* Bottom slider sets the volume
* Broken pipe audio cut (alsa)
* Xv detection on amd64/xorg
* Wrong filter chain built from script
* Don't create audio longer than video on mpeg
* Inverted mono2stereo in project
* Project loading crash
* Gcc 4.1 (not complete)

New features

* altivec speed up merged from mpeg2enc (kuisat)
* Delogo filter ported from mplayer (not complete !!)
* lpcm audio codec


10 September 2005 : 2.1.0 step 2

Mostly bugfixes, with some new stuff
New:
o Filter : Port of TDEint by tritical.
o Filter : Blend removal
o Filter : Analog pulldown removal.
o Filter : Mosaic.
o Experimental Vobsub creation.
o Experimental job queue system.
Bugfixes:
o Mpeg TS reading.
o Slowdown in mpeg PS loading
o Huge junk in openDML mode.
o Audio time shift for avi.
o Correct output size for 74 and 80 mn CDs.


12 August 2005 : 2.0.42 and 2.1.0 step 1
Ok, this time two new versions, some fixes on 2.0.42 that will be the last of the 2.0 branch. Nothing really interesting here.
o Shiny new mpeg parser. More robust for mpeg TS.
o Ability to change the audio track when you want when the input file has several audio tracks
o New UI, Jakub did it again :).
o Project file are now using spidermonkey ecmascript language, thanks to Anish.
o Colorspace conversion is now using mplayer code, and is more accurate.
o Fixed the requantizer so that it works now flawlessly
o PNG import
o Better support for slightly damaged files
o Dynamic Range Compression is now using audacity code, much better
o SDL support fixed (macOsX/win32)


25 May 2005 : 2.0.40
This is a wrap-up of all patches to 2.0.38 :
o miniocr fix : Fix error on decoding some subs.
o xvideco fix : Fix compilation issue.
o ffv1rec fix : Fix compilation issue.
o SSE2 display fix : SSE2 cpu flag display.
o Mplayer resize fix : Caused crash in some case.


15 May 2005 : 2.0.38+2patches
There is 2 last minute patches :
o avidemux_suse_patch.diff : To fix a bug that only strikes suse user (patch by M. Brand)
o 2.0.38_eq2_patch.diff : Fix gamma when MMX is present


14 May 2005 : 2.0.38
Ok, 2.0.38 final is out. Some important things to notice :
o - First thing you want to do is go to misc/pref and select audio and video device.
o - The --disable-mmx has been removed. All x86 stuff is now probed at run time.
New:
o [Filter] Ported Asharp by MarcFD .
o [Filter] Mplayer Eq2 is now completly ported.
o [Cli ] New cli command --rebuild-index.
o [Video ] Accelerated playback selectable in misc/pref.
Bugfix:
o [Audio ] Fixed mp3 decoding on low frequency mpeg.
o [Audio ] More tolerant with mpeg audio match codec (it created async in some rare cases).
o [Codec ] Fixed save as huffyuv.
o [Codec ] Fixed save jpeg.
o [Export] Fixed race in mpeg ps export (thanks to T. Rupp).
o [Import] Support mov file starting by skip atom.


30 April 2005 : 2.0.38rc3
Main topic : nasm is not used anymore, MMX code changed to be ok on AMD64 (faster!), code adapted to build ok on gcc4 (maybe not gcc4+amd64).
The doc has been partially updated too.
New:
o [Filter] Mplayer Hue
o [Filter] Mplayer Eq2 (uncomplete)
o [Filter] Donalg Graft DGbob
o [Filter] Donalg Graft MSharpen
o [Export] Mpeg TS output rewritten from scratch
o [UI] Display container used
o [Filter] Fixed vobsub when languages were non sequential
Bugfixes
o [UI]Display voppacked info in Properties
o [UI]Bitrate calc re-enabled
o [Demuxer]Better handling of dropped frames
Update
o Lavcodec partially updated
o Mpeg2enc partially updated
o Mplayer resize partially updated


31 March 2005 : 2.0.38rc2b
. New:
o (very) Basic support for h264 encoding/decoding if x264 is there
o Mini OCR to convert vobsub to srt subtitles
o AMR narrow band decoder included (ref code from ETSI)
o All lavcodec deinterlacers available
o New linear blend ability added to resample fps (Entropy)
o Fast memcpy from mplayer
o Speed up decoding (~25% faster for mpeg2)
o Very preliminary export to mpeg TS
o Better bitrate calc (custom size + average bit/pixel displayed)
o Dump all black frames # to a text file (A Robinson)
o Some more cli commands (Jens)
o Drag n drop support (Cyrille)
o Probe for for mpeg4 h263 size in mov/3GP/mp5 files
o Speed up of audio chain
o Try to detect if GMC was used and display it
o Ability to select alsa device
Bugfixes
o Fixed crash when loading video with filename containing a lot of digits (i.e. mythtv)
o Plenty of fixes (Jens)
o Full handling of 8bits PCM audio
o Fixed bug in 3gp reader


20 February 2005 : 2.0.38rc1
An interim release as it contains some fixes and improvements, notably the mpeg muxer.
New:
o Use libmplex as output muxer.
o New filter : Fps resample to change the fps while keeping sync with audio.
o New filter : Vobsub.
o OpenDML write support by GMV (thanks!). Set it in misc/preferences
Bugfixes
o [WIN32] Activate large file support.
o [WIN32] Fix openDML reading.
o [FFV1REC] sync with lavcodec code, added ffhuffyuv


12 January 2005: 2.0.36
New:
* S . Deleeuw : autoappend changed to allow more digits.
* New filter : Luma equalizer to fix luma on VHS capture.
* Lavcodec based mpeg1/mpeg2 can now also output to Mpeg PS (mpeg A+V)
* Improved Xvid ratecontrol + lavcodec mpeg2 encoding in 2 pass
* Basic support for field encoded mpeg2 (ok, it is a hack).
* Display in info if Qpel was used to encode a mpeg4, useful for playback on standalone
* Buffered output for avi, a bit faster.
* Try to autofix the "lonely bframe" message that was annoying people.
* Crop UI redone, allow seeking to spot a nice image to use.
* The cutpoint for mpeg2enc based encoders is not in preferences (default 790 MB).
* Added SetFormat script command to select the output format.
Bugfixes
* Some PTS/DTS issues fixed on mpeg muxing.
* Fixed ffv1rec file index loading/saving.
* Fixed crash when saving filter as script when the filter has no parameter
* Win32: Display quantizer.
* Display copy instead of none for audio in some cases.
* Fixed crash when unpacking packed vop in some cases.


11 December 2004: 2.0.34-test2
New:
o New muxer(s) : Can now output VCD, SVCD and DVD audio and video program stream thanks to libavformat.
o New audio filter : stereo to mono, mono to stereo
o New 2 pass code for SVCD and DVD, based on Xvid cvs and much much better
o Save avi with 2 audio tracks is back
o Smart copy now supports bframes correctly (avi only)
Improved
o FFvrec improved (Michael Teske)) use -P to tune to xawtvrc channel name, mute/unmute
o Improved 3gp/qt/mp4 reader, including AAC and SVQ3
o Partial support for AAC-in-avi playback
16:9 ar for DVD(lav)
BugFix
o Fixed save as DVD PS stall (by changing muxer)
o Fixed audio too short when opening pulldowned mpeg2
o Partial support for AAC-in-avi playback
o Non altivec compile fix ( darwin at otierney dot net )
o Avoid normalize scan popping too often


08 November 2004: 2.0.34-test1

Let's put it that way : 2.0.30 was awful. 2.0.32 was just bad. Most audio processings were broken. 2.0.34 is not average, it is good. All bugs are fixed and the version is globally good.

So please drop 2.0.30 and 2.0.32 and use 2.0.34.

Changelog:

* New ui layout (beccon/me/Jakub).
* Fix header for MP3 vbr in avi (reading & writting)
* New option : save unpacked vop mpeg4 to remove xvid & divx packed bframe mode.
* Audio processing fix (was leading to freeze).
* Improved bitrate calculator (Crocodil).
* Able to handle audio in copy mode for vorbis.
* Handle frame re-ordering for OGM.
* Write header compatible with newer libogg for OGM.
* Automatic fixup of older avidemux ogm (just read & write it) when using newer libogg.
* Fixed -msse causing problem on non SSE cpu.
* Autoindex cli option used for mpeg & nuv (Jens).
* --force bframe detection cli option.
* --force packed stream detection cli option.


26 October 2004: 2.0.32

There was a couple of bugs in 2.0.30, this is mainly a bugfix release. The only new feature is altivec X1 postprocessing. By the way, i've almost sold my ibook, so i won't support ppc anymore. You can probably help.

Changelog:

* Fixed null output when using resample.
* Fixed build on amd64
* Fixed wrong computation of pcm audio (nasty one)
* Null pointer anti crash.
* Fixed faac/faad autoconf stuff.


15 October 2004: 2.0.30

This version is a bit particular. Beside the external fix/enhancement, some internals have been deeply changed. The most visible part is the audio chain that now handles VBR audio much better and a result you can now encode in MP3 VBR, AAC or Vorbis.

The side effects is that some lesser used formats may not work anymore

Changelog:

Filters:
o New filter : Whirl (useless but funny).
o New filter : Stack field (usefull to check interlaced content).
o Subtitles : Half of it redone from scratch. With shadow, kerning and hinting. Supports UTF8.
Audio
o Faster build mp3 index.
o Better read and write of OGM file format, including vorbis.
o Encoding in VBR MP3, Vorbis and AAC (if faac is present).
Misc
o UI improvement by Jakub and g-rem.
o Updated lavcodec, including AMD64 official support and snow codec.
o Support for interlaced mpeg2encoding using lavcodec.
o Bug with xvid 0.9 fixed, xvid 1.1 accepted as being xvid 1.0.
o There is now a tiny calculator. Very simple.
Platform
o Lot of endianness fix on big endian CPU.
o Fixed non macOsX PPC build, WITH ALTIVEC WORKING this time.

There is a lot more than that, but most of the other stuff is internal.

The amount of incoming patches is still really low, thanks to Mitja Vodopivec and Janne Grunau for the one they sent. Jens sent his usual tons of usability fix.

There is a real need for help concerning amd64 and PPC/macOsX support.

Last thing, Jens wrote a *very* nice DVD encoding tutorial (see in the doc). It is definitively worth reading.


12 August 2004: 2.0.28

Ok, so i broke accidentally ffmpeg mpeg1/2 output in 2.0.26. Here is an update.

If you have problem when avidemux crashes when pressing button, please build it with configure --with-debug. It seems to be mainly on Suse.

While i'm at it,

avidemux does not need ffmpeg, mplayer or transcode.
avidemux can edit, encode, requantize mpeg and avi including "divx"

A note of warning, you still need a recent autoconf / automake duo.

New:

Ulaw audio codec (mainly for mov file generated by digital camera).
Faster pass1 for SVCD/DVD
Much better accuracy when 2 pass mode SVCD/DVD is used
Win32 binaries
-t parameter for ffv1rec (E. Strickland)
BugFix:

Fixed XVCD output
Fixed DVD (ffmpeg) output



23 July 2004: 2.0.26

A new release with plenty of nice stuff to play with. The most interesting topics are probably the OGM writter, the Mpeg TS reader and the shiny new scripting language.

A note of warning, you still need a recent autoconf / automake duo.

New:

A bunch of new filters ported from Donal Graft avisynth library: Telicde, decimate and Msmooth, thanks Donald.
Try to autodetect Mpeg2 at 23.976 fps
Added SDL audio and video output for MacOsX primarily
Some altivec speedup
Small internal scripting engine, write your own avidemux script without the stinking UI
Mpeg TS demuxer, simple but works
Very basic faad2 support (VERY BASIC)
Simple OGM writter, audio can be either AC3 or MP3 CBR ATM
Added Big5 and GB2312 subtitle support, big5 is buggy
BugFix:

Cut AC3 on packet boundary, usefull if you edit for DVD authoring
Audio playback/filter on big endian cpu
Crop and autocrop redone
Smart copy fixed for divx3
Faster and deeper audio scan for mpeg
Fixed the "vop not coded" error
OGM reader improved, can read nono vorbis audio tracks
Fixed bug when mpeg file has audio that never rewinds


06 May 2004: 2.0.24

So here comes another release. This one has not a lot of new stuff, but resyncs with stuff i have shamelessly borrowed from other GPL projects (FFMPEG, Mplayer, LibMpeg2 ...).

This release contains numerous fixes and is far more friendly to non-linux system. The compatibility with darwin, ppc linux and even cygwin has been greatly improved

Finally, a big thanks to Jens that has fixed a big amount of bugs ;), and to the other patch submitters and bug spotters: Peter N, Axel A, Vlad...

New:

Film2pal audio filter : To keep sync when you do FILM(23.976) to PAL (25).
libmpeg2 updated to 0.4b.
FFmpeg updated to cvs.
Postprocessing and resizing use runtime detection for MMX/MMX2/...
Altivec code for YV12 RGB on darwin.
Sound support on darwin.
Unpacked for divx packed bitstream. The resulting file is playable by ffmpeg based decoder (mplayer, ffdshow...), not by divx decoder!, low delay flag somewhere probably
Assembly for FFmpeg on AMD64, fast as hell.
Gcc 3.4 compatible.
Alsa 1.x support.
3:2 pulldown for ffmpeg mpeg2.
Added save as a bunch of jpeg (DVD menu creation).
Better subtitles rendering.
BugFix:

Edl file sometimes incorrectly read.
Fixed reuse log file for xvid 1.x.
Fixed ffv1rec with xvid1.x.
Fixed OpenDML with multiple RIFF headers.
Decoder option is not relevant to the video and not global.
Fixed some freezes when outputing mpeg (pass through, copy, requant).
Don't try to use Xv on remote display.

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@titigrom

THANK YOU :)



Posted May 05, 2014 by . Tool version 2.6.9 using OS WinXP 64-bit
Ease of use 7 of 10 Functionality 7 of 10 Value for money 9 of 10 Overall score 8 of 10


@skidrow and others who didn't have updated

it's a bug with the Windows version installer, get the fix "Avidemux 2.6.8 v2" on the developer 's site



Posted May 05, 2014 by . Tool version 2.6.8 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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When attempting to add a marked section to the Queue, it returned an error

Got error "Queue Cannot get tinyPY script engine"

Does anybody know how to address this issue or is it a bug?

thanks



Posted May 04, 2014 by . Tool version 2.6.9 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
Ease of use 8 of 10 Functionality 7 of 10 Value for money 9 of 10 Overall score 7 of 10


When it comes to video editing softs -- even the light duty ones -- I remain something of a clumsy neophyte, so take that into consideration re my numerical ratings. This comment is to note that (as best I can determine) AVIdemux 2.6.1 was the last to be offered in a portable version. And that is a terrible pity. @kodec (Comments post #4) -- No, I don't think you are missing anything. It appears to me that some important functionality has indeed been stripped away from this program over time, and that is not a good thing either. Format options and other things that used to be there are no longer. So I'm going to hang onto the 2.5.x and 2.6.x portable versions. I'd rather have a program that (sort of) worked sometimes, under the right conditions, than a tool that kept on under development but was hobbled.


Posted April 19, 2014 by . Tool version 2.6.1 using OS Windows 7
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(v2.6.8 of Released:20140312 Size:17.7MB)
EXCELLENT program used it for years, thank you to developers.
SUBJECT: script engine
Problem: not loading, not saving filters nor projects.
Reason: ??? could be i'm using such an old compu'r (XP)
FIX: Took out (cut) 268s scriptEngines FIRST,(placed into a blank folder) in case i wanted to place it back. Then installed version 267s "scriptEngines" folder




Posted April 16, 2014 by . Tool version 2.6.8. using OS WinXP
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Thanks, jerghal, that's it! And I already thought I was hallucinating about something that never had existed. The 2.5.6 is the final version as far as I'm concerned ;-) I cannot recommended it enough to anyone who wants to cut xvid avi.




Posted March 20, 2014 by . Tool version 2.5.6 using OS WinXP
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I found that for cutting Xvid/Divx avi's you best use 2.5.6 (which I do) and for cutting x264 MKV/MP4's 2.6.X is best suited. 2.6.X indeed crashes a lot on avi's.


Posted March 15, 2014 by . Tool version 2.6.8 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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Am I missing something or this tool has lost most of its functionality over the years? I remember options for intelligent frame cutting even on non keyframes. It did all without problems etc and now all those fine options are gone I think, all that's left is a toll that crashes. What was that old version that last worked nicely with all those frame cutting options asking and automatic repair?


Posted March 14, 2014 by . Tool version 2.6 using OS WinXP
Ease of use - of 10 Functionality - of 10 Value for money - of 10 Overall score 5 of 10



gets codec (H264), framerate, image size,... right but unable to show video (green screen), lots of errors ("cannot go to next keyframe)

other tools show this .avi video correctly

AviDemux is unusable



Posted February 16, 2014 by . Tool version 2.6.7 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 2 of 10 Functionality 1 of 10 Value for money 1 of 10 Overall score 1 of 10


No other program can do lossless editing on so many different containers anbd codecs like this app can. My only wish would be to include wmv / asf support as i still have to use the old asfbinmaster for that.


Posted January 09, 2014 by . Tool version 2.6.7 using OS Windows 8 64-bit
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Is there any way to multy trim files with AviDemux 2.6? I want my trimmed files to remain.
I know that with selection and del button I delete segments from the video, is there any way to reverse that ? Thanks!



Posted August 30, 2013 by . Tool version 2.6 using OS Windows 8 64-bit
Ease of use 4 of 10 Functionality 6 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 6 of 10


This is verry buggy peace of software, i even couldn't test it, because it crashes before i can do anything with it.
Sorry it looks good on paper, but not on my PC, to buggy.



Posted June 04, 2013 by . Tool version 2.6.4 using OS Windows 8 64-bit
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Have been using freemake's video converter for mp4->flv. While the video quality was good (except for the initial video frames which was very chunky)I just used the latest avidemux for the same purpose - the quality is noticeably better - especially wrt initial frames.


Posted May 10, 2013 by . Tool version 2.6.1 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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No improvement re med-large mkv and audio sync issues. Interface has changed, plugins like blur relocated. Still a good free editor for avi. 3 hrs to encode 500mb mkv file w/filters on 4g win7.
No need to change version



Posted April 10, 2013 by . Tool version 2.6.3 using OS Windows 7
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Hi AviDemux Author, Thanks for the Program. It does what I need to do.

I use your Portable x32 and I wonder if you can add a feature so the program can remember the "Last Folder" used ... everytime I want to save a simple 2 second job it takes me back to the Root of your Program.

G!:)



Posted January 12, 2013 by . Tool version 2.6.1 using OS Vista 64-bit
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Avidemux is a superb video encoding program but lacks some features that I desire on Handbrake, such as MKV encoding with chapters and optional subtitles.


Posted December 17, 2012 by . Tool version 2.6 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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I like working with Avidemux but for trimming video there are multiple problems. Cut MKV files sometimes have audio out of sync or have video but no audio. Cut FLV files work OK with some players but with others the video is speeded up or won't play at all. Version 2.6.0 is more reliable than previous versions but still needs work. If I have trouble with AVIDEMUX I try FREE VIDEO DUB for cutting and that usually works OK.


Posted November 27, 2012 by . Tool version 2.6.0 using OS WinXP
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For years I have been using another program for converting my DVDs into DivX files, and I keep the original AC3 audio stream for surround sound. But my brother ran into a snag recently - in trying to add one of the videos to his Zune, its software rejected the video every time. Turns out his Zune doesn't like AC3 audio - probably because his Zune is a dinosaur. I didn't want to have to re-encode the whole thing from scratch, so I immediately thought of this program. Using avidemux I was able to keep the DivX video stream, and convert the audio from AC3 to MP3. The whole process took only 20 minutes for a 2-hour movie, where redoing it from the start would have taken over 2 hours, not counting the time it would have taken to re-rip the DVD.

Just downloaded version 2.5.6 and looking forward to trying it out.



Posted March 18, 2012 by . Tool version 2.5.4 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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@siiozawq
Use asfbinwin for trimming .wmv files.



Posted February 03, 2012 by . Tool version 2.6.0 using OS WinXP
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Does not work with WMV3 at all.

I have Windows 7. Basically there is no audio output (sound) in the trimmed output video file. The input wmv file I have is WMV3 video (4CC codec) and WMA version 2 audio. The output audio stream is bad.

When I played the input wmv3 video in avidemux, it played very slowly, and the audio sound was sharp broken.

WMV editing needs major fixing for it to work.

I went back to v2.5.3 and it does not work in Windows 7 either. No sound output in the edited output video.





Posted February 03, 2012 by . Tool version 2.5.6 using OS Windows 7
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If you have troubles running this with Mac OS X Lion (10.7x), follow these steps:

1. Right-click on Avidemux icon and select 'Show Package Contents'
2. Open folder 'Contents' --> Open folder 'Resources' --> Open folder 'lib'
3. Move or Delete 2 files: 'libiconv.2.dylib' and 'libxml2.2.dylib'

From http://files8.blogspot.com/2010/05/avidemux-253.html



Posted January 04, 2012 by . Tool version 2.5.4 using OS MacOSX
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Happy New Year!!!
Thanks for the updates.

Regarding audioencoder_aften.cpp
i guess, there is no need for the bitrate lower than 160k for ac-3
request to authorts to add 448k and 640 k for ac-3

diaMenuEntry bitrateM[]={
{56, "56"},{64 ,"64"},{80, "80"},{96, "96"},{112, "112"},{128, "128"},
{160, "160"},{192, "192"},{224, "224"},{384, "384"}
};

request to author to modify it to

diaMenuEntry bitrateM[]={
{160, "160"},{192, "192"},{224, "224"},{384, "384"},{448, "448"},{640, "640"}
};

Avidemux is indeed a nice creation.



Posted January 01, 2012 by . Tool version 2.5.6 using OS MacOSX
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Guides: AVIDemux Guide for newbiews http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/323026-AVIDemux-HOW-TO-MAKE-VIDEO-CLIP-GUIDE


I wanted to rip the audio from an MP4 video with AAC audio. I marked my regions, but having to stop the preview to mark them was inconvenient. Then saved the audio with the ‘copy’ option, which didn’t seem to produce valid audio output and neither did the ‘PCM’ option (I assumed that it was exporting WAV format). Fortunately, I am an easy guy to please so the MP3 format which does work was good enough for me!


Posted December 25, 2011 by . Tool version 2.5.5 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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Monkeypack's comment leaves me a bit confused. First of all, the x86 ("32 bit" )version of Avidemux - as is almost always true - will run without issue on x86-64 platforms. I've run it on both Vista 64 and Windows 7 64 without issue. Avidemux does not depend on external libraries; the installer packs everything you need (though you can of course install Avisynth as well if you want to use the AVS Proxy with or without the AVSProxy GUI). A failure to install where others have had success using an identical installer (such as the numerous people who use each installer put together by Lord_Mulder or others) typically indicates a problem with one's own PC. It is of course possible that you either had an improperly compiled installer or (more likely, and fairly common) that some interruption in your internet connection truncated your download of the installer.

If a fresh download of the installer (SVN latest, please) from Lord_Mulder's site or Razorbyte's site doesn't resolve this issue, suspect something with your own PC.

As far as "Rumored to be super fast", Avidemux is as fast as the decoding and encoding libraries it uses and the options you select as far as encode complexity. Any speed advantage otherwise derived by Avidemux probably points to poor coding by developers on other GUI projects.



Posted November 27, 2011 by . Tool version ALL using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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Giving this a poor grade because I couldn't even get it to launch.
Actually downloaded and installed the 32bit version first and the interface looked extremely simple to use. I was excited. But nothing happened when I tried to start the conversion -- quickly I realized I needed 64 bit version. So I uninstalled 32bit and installed 64bit version. It goes all the way through to the last step of installation, when it's supposed to launch, and it crashes. I tried re-installing several times and always crashed. Looked around for help on this issue and couldn't find it. Seems like if you can get it to work for you, it's a good tool. Because the interface is so easy, and because it's RUMORED to be super fast, I'd definitely give it a try. If it works for you, congrats. But don't be surprised if it doesn't.



Posted November 27, 2011 by . Tool version 2.5.4 using OS Vista 64-bit
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