FFmpeg 0.11 Has Blu-Ray Protocol, New Encoders
Written by Michael Larabel in Multimedia on 26 May 2012 at 07:37 AM EDT. 8 Comments
FFmpeg 0.11 was released in time for weekend A/V use and as the first major update since January.

Besides a number of security fixes and addressing outstanding bugs, FFmpeg 0.11 incorporates new filters, the Blu-Ray protocol, a libutvideo encoder wrapper, the libavresample audio conversion library has been added, a -benchmark_all option, a Vorbis parser, and more.

New encoders/decoders in FFmpeg 0.11 include v408 Quicktime and Microsoft AYUV Uncompressed 4:4:4:4 encoder and decoder, Apple ProRes encoder, Sun Rasterfile encoder, XBM encoder and decoder, RealAudio Lossless decoder, ZeroCodec decoder, OpenEXR image decoder, MicroDVD decoder, and Avid Meridien (AVUI) encoder and decoder.

Find out more at FFmpeg.org.
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