XviD Video Codec

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XviD Video Codec
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Version: 1.3.4 updated
Upload Date: 8 Jul 15
Developer: Xvid
Distribution Type: Freeware
Downloads: 29
Size: 11576 Kb

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XviD is an open source MPEG-4 video codec designed for everyone. Its purpose is to compress video in order to allow for faster transmission over computer networks or for more efficient storage on computer disks. Hence, XviD can somewhat be seen as a ZIP archive for video. XviD removes information from video that is not important for human perception in order to achieve very high compression rates while still keeping very good visual quality. XviD is published under the GNU GPL license. That means it can be obtained free of charge. And since XviD is open-source software, everyone can review the XviD source code to check for himself that nothing malicious is included.

What is new in this release:

Xvidcore library:

  • Fix for multi-threading bug in case of input video height less than 16 pixels. Patch by Lukasz Marek
  • Enabled multi-threaded builds in MSVC by default
  • Fixed bug in RGB24 to YV12 conversion

VFW frontend:

  • Minor GUI cosmetics

DShow/MFT frontend:

  • Use of IMediaBuffer2D interface for faster rendering
  • Fixed bug in thumbnail creation on Windows 10
  • Added missing UYVY colorspace option to MFT decoder
  • Minor GUI changes and new, nicer icons
  • Tray icon fixed in MFT component

What is new in version 1.3.3:

  • Improved MinGW and Cygwin compilation support
  • Fixed possible encoder crash when Turbo+BVHQ+Qpel options are combined
  • Added support for GNU Hurd as target OS
  • Patch for QNX support
  • Fix for possible overflow in Trellis quantization
  • Minor GUI changes
  • Switchable tray icon
  • Fixed bug in xvid_encraw PGM header parser
  • Fix out of bound access to framestats struct in xvid_encraw

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