The first stable version of VirtualDub from the 1.9.4 series was released on Monday. This program is for recording and editing video. VirtualDub does not have an extensive editor, but is more intended to be used in combination with programs such as Adobe Premiere. Compared to the previous release, which added support for 3d acceleration, the number of changes is limited. The developers have only worked to smooth out the last folds, and the changelog only shows bug fixes:
- Fixed chroma subsampling and 4:1:0 chroma positioning in test videos.
- Scene stepping works with panes disabled.
- Fixed crash in scene stepping with certain frame sizes and 24-bit RGB selected as the input format.
- Path options were reversed in the batch wizard.
- Filters: Fixed crash when VDXA is enabled and 3D acceleration initialization fails.
- Filters: Corrected several positioning errors in resize filter in 3D accelerated mode.
- Filters: Fixed bad offset and channel swapping when cropping on a filter that triggers a switch to 3D accelerated operation in RGB mode.
- Filters: Fixed cut off size text in cropping dialog.
- Filters: Field bob, threshold, and sharpen filters were added to the list even if the configuration dialog was cancelled.
- Capture: Devices that don’t declare a frame rate now cause an error rather than a crash.
- Fixed compatibility problems with Windows NT 4.0.
|Version number||1.9.4 build 32559|
|Operating systems||Windows 7, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP x64, Windows Server 2003 x64, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows Server 2008|