FFmpeg 3.3 Brings Native Opus Encoder, Support For Spherical Videos
Written by Michael Larabel in Multimedia on 17 April 2017 at 09:35 PM EDT. 22 Comments
FFmpeg developers quietly released FFmpeg 3.3 prior to the weekend as the first major feature release of 2017.

FFmpeg 3.3 introduces a native Opus encoder, an Apple Pixlet decoder, an Adobe Photoshop Document (PSD) decoder, VA-API acceleration for MPEG-2 and VP8 decoding, a number of new filters and (de)muxers, support for spherical videos, and a range of other changes.

Those wanting to learn about all of the changes with FFmpeg 3.3 can find the details at FFmpeg.org.
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