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Version 2.0.0
Performance improvement.
The stamped video files could be played back by more video players.

Version 1.4.2
Added Indonesian language. Some minor bug fixes.

Version 1.4.1
Bug fix: on rotated video, allow the vertical coordinates to go to the bottom half of the frame.

Version 1.4.0
New feature: support HW decode if new version NVIDIA GPU is available. Also, if such HW decode is used, HW encode of non-native size is also supported.

Version 1.3.8.
New feature: support large output file size (greater than 4GB).

Version 1.3.7.
New feature: display and stamp correctly on those videos that are recorded with 90-degree left/right rotation, or upside down.

Version 1.3.6.
New feature: speed up the output video playback by up to 10 times. This is done by skipping the output video frames, and should be useful for the surveillance videos.

Version 1.3.5.
Added check to prevent time stamps being placed outside of the visible area.
Supports videos from Fujifilm FinePix SL1000.

Version 1.3.4.
Improved stability of time stamping.
Supports videos from Mobius ActionCam.

Version 1.3.3.
Bug fix: vMTS crashes on new NVIDIA drivers for computers with NVIDIA GPU.

Version 1.3.2.
Supports videos of XAVC-S format.

Version 1.3.1.
Bug fix: for some large video files, vMTS would crash

Version 1.3.0.
Enhanced stamp rotation feature to allow 4 orientations on date and/or time stamp independently. This can be accessed via the Font button.

Version 1.2.5.
Made vMTS to support 4K videos taken by Panasonic HC-VX870M.

Version 1.2.4.
Fixed a bug that may cause vMTS to crash on some videos.

Version 1.2.3.
Bug fix: some GoPro videos were not stamped at all.

Version 1.2.2.
Bug fix: properly handle some of the videos taken by iPhone/iPad. Without the fix, the stamped videos do not play back on some video players.

Version 1.2.1.
Added support to recognize a new date/time code format (including those taken by HTC One).

Version 1.2.0.
Added support to recognize a new group of videos (including those taken by HTC One).

Version 1.1.0.
Support native output resolution, i.e. output resolution is the same as input resolution.
Support HW encode acceleration for NVIDIA GPUs based on newer archetectures (i.e. Kepler and Maxwell). The limitation is that only the native output resolution is supported.

Version 1.0.2.
Warn on video that does not have valid date/time code.
Allow time stamp to rotate 90 degree. This is for video taken vertically.

Version 1.0.1
Added support for videos taken with Samsung Galaxy S4.

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