MythTV 0.23 Released; MythTV 0.24 Plans Documented
Following three release candidates since late March, MythTV 0.23 was officially released yesterday. With the release announcement they also detail some of the plans for MythTV 0.24.
MythTV 0.23 introduces a new event system, a new Internet video plug-in, new audio code, new themes, updated FFmpeg libraries, and many other changes.
MythTV 0.24 is already in development and its slated to bring a new MythUI OSD (On-Screen Display), a nearly rewritten audio subsystem, Blu-ray disc and disc structure playback, and other performance, usability, and flexibility improvements. The new audio subsystem is to be capable of handling 24 and 32-bit audio and up to eight channels of audio output.
In terms of Blu-ray support within open-source software, the x264 / VLC project has had success working on a Blu-ray encoder, Xine-lib has also been working on Blu-ray support, MPlayer now supports most HD-DVD and Blu-ray codecs, and the format has been a growing focus within the FFmpeg project.
The MythTV 0.23 release announcement can be read on the project's web-site.
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