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Revision 1.2, Fri Mar 1 23:51:48 2019 UTC (16 months ago) by ryoon
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Update to 1.2.2

Changelog:
HandBrake 1.2.2
Mac

    Fixed built-in application updater.

Windows

    Fix crash on first launch for new installs, or older installs without settings.json
    Fix an issue where the summary tab wasn't always up-to-date


## HandBrake 1.2.1

### All platforms

#### General

- Fixed potential crashes due to use of uninitialized variables
- Improved minimum duration to only apply to DVD and BD sources
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements

#### Video

- Fixed incorrect video rotation where rotation is explicitly flagged as none
- Fixed yadif deinterlace filter not properly deinterlacing all frames
- Fixed missing frame at the end of encodes from m2ts sources
- Fixed detection of MPEG-1 video in program streams by improving probing of unknown streams
- Fixed decoding of MPEG-1 video in DVD sources
- Fixed Apple VideoToolbox encoding issues related to pyramidal B-frames
- Fixed lapsharp filter corrupting frame edges
- Improved NLMeans performance by reducing number of threads used with CPUs with high logical core counts
- Improved AMD VCE encoding to enable placing key frames at chapter markers
- Improved calculation of final frame duration
- Improved support for BT.2020 color space

#### Audio

- Fixed channel mapping for AAC 5.1 encoding (signal 5.1 Back instead of 5.1 Side which is less compatible)

#### Command line interface

- Fixed selection of encoders applied to tracks selected with `--all-audio`
- Fixed audio settings where more are specified than exist in the preset
- Fixed overriding audio bit rate set by the preset

#### Build system

- Fixed libvpx cross compilation with GCC 8 by disabling AVX-512
- Fixed x265 cross compilation with GCC 8
- Updated to mingw-w64-build 4.1.1 with improvements to error reporting and support for sha256sum on systems without shasum
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements

#### Third-party libraries

- Updated libraries
  - libmfx (upstream API 1.27)

### Linux

- Fixed Flatpak icon validation by reducing resolution to pass new restrictions
- Fixed Flatpak accessing gvfs mounted filesystems by adding an additional access permission
- Fixed display of special characters in preset names
- Fixed exporting presets to sanitize system reserved characters
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements

### Mac

- Fixed incorrect file extension when selecting a preset
- Fixed potential user interface hang on macOS 10.12 Sierra
- Fixed potential issue caused by setting work state to done before all threads have closed
- Improved usability of preview controls overlay by increasing its size
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements

### Windows

- Fixed application uninstaller sometimes appearing behind the installer
- Fixed potential crash when loading settings from older HandBrake versions
- Fixed official presets not updating when a newer HandBrake version is installed
- Fixed maximum resolution limit when selecting a preset (source or preset, whichever is smaller)
- Fixed crop and anamorphic settings not being restored when editing a queued job
- Fixed audio and subtitle selection behaviour where any language + first track are selected
- Restored options control on the queue window previously removed in HandBrake 1.2.0
- Improved user interface on displays close to the minimum recommended resolution
- Improved quality of text rendering on the installer for high density displays
- Improved ordering of presets and preset categories
- Improved QSV compatibility with newer Intel drivers by updating libmfx
- Improved relaunch stability by falling back to software only mode after hardware encoder initialization failure
- Improved removal of small temporary files that could be left behind in certain cases
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements


## HandBrake 1.2.0

### All platforms

#### General

- Switched core decoding library from Libav to FFmpeg
  - Fixes numerous sources previously unreadable or otherwise broken
  - Facilitates a number of the improvements and features in this release and planned for the future
- Removed deprecated Legacy presets
  - See the [list of compatible replacements on GitHub](https://github.com/HandBrake/HandBrake-docs/blob/efb51cc2cd7d0c30fa5e9ee88366233ca34757a4/source/docs/en/latest/technical/official-presets.markdown#legacy-010x-presets)
- Updated official presets to use stereo instead of DPL2 mixdown
  - Avoids potential spatial positioning issues with the current DPL2 algorithm and wide pans in source material
  - Limited in impact since DPL2 decoding has not been in widespread use for years
- Updated official presets descriptions to revise compatibility and mention recently released devices
- Updated official presets to rename Fire TV to Amazon Fire
- Added Amazon Fire 720p30 and Chromecast 1080p60 presets
- Added `{creation-date}` and `{creation-time}` to automatic file naming

#### Video

- Fixed an issue decoding Blu-ray titles where the aspect ratio is unknown (assume 16:9)
- Fixed an issue encoding video with very short frame durations (less than 0.00285s or greater than 350 FPS)
- Improved extradata handling to accommodate all codecs
- Added support for decoding TIFF/LZMA video

#### Audio

- Fixed potential decoding issue for audio lacking an explicit channel layout (intelligently guess the layout)
- Fixed a potential crash during audio probe
- Improved resampling to allow dithering for all codecs (only where necessary)
- Improved quality of the default AAC encoder on non-Mac platforms (FFmpeg AAC), no longer experimental
- Improved bit rate constraints to allow Opus as low as 6 kbit/s per channel
- Added support for up to 7.1 channel AAC encoding (note that FDK AAC/HE-AAC do not support 6.1)
- Added support for E-AC3 audio in MP4 container
- Added Speex audio decoder

#### Subtitles

- Fixed a potential crash where an SRT file cannot be opened
- Added support for SRT files using periods instead of commas to delineate fractions

#### Command line interface

- Fixed inability to override preset subtitles burn setting (`native` and `none` are now valid values for `--subtitle-burned`)

#### Build system

- Fixed Linux packaging with an out-of-tree build directory
- Fixed Windows graphical interface build script signing tool location
- Removed `--enable-local-*` and associated contrib libraries; please see the [documentation](https://handbrake.fr/docs/) for dependencies help
- Updated to mingw-w64-build 4.1.0 with gcc 7.3.0, continuous output (keep alive), and miscellaneous improvements
- Improved support for building with Xcode 10
- Improved support for building on FreeBSD 11, 12, and 13
- Improved Flatpak packaging for Linux (numerous fixes and improvements, no longer experimental)
- Improved `configure.py` to always use the Python executable found by `configure`
- Added script for creating Flatpak manifests
- Added support for selecting a compiler via the CC environment variable
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements

#### Third-party libraries

- Removed libraries
  - Libav 12.3 (decoding and filters)
  - yasm 1.3.0
- Updated libraries
  - libopus 1.3 (Opus audio encoding)
  - x264 157 r2935 (H.264/AVC video encoding)
  - x265 2.9 (H.265/HEVC video encoding)
- New libraries
  - FFmpeg 4.1 (decoding and filters)
  - liblzma (xz) 5.2.4 (LZMA video decoding, e.g. TIFF)
  - libspeex 1.2.0 (Speex audio decoding)

### Linux

- Fixed Blu-ray title name being set to device name (e.g. sr0) when scanning raw devices
- Fixed Blu-ray default destination file names to no longer include MPLS number
- Fixed an issue with queue state not being updated properly on reload
- Fixed various issues importing presets
- Updated most translations
- Added initial support for GTK 4
- Added ability to customize activity window font size and increased default from 7 to 8
- Added destination overwrite protection (append number to file name on conflict)
- Added `{source-path}` to automatic path setting
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements

### Mac

- HandBrake now requires OS X 10.10 Yosemite or later
- Removed preferences option to show the advanced tab (deprecated and slated for removal)
- Fixed minor display issues on macOS 10.14 Mojave
- Fixed queue toolbar icon not updating
- Removed Growl in favor of native system notifications
- Updated Sparkle automatic update library
- Improved handling of invalid presets
- Improved layout to better support localization
- Improved preview border alignment on high density displays
- Improved automatic naming to avoid updating when unrelated settings change
- Improved criteria for showing destination overwrite warnings
- Improved stop encoding confirmation dialog
- Improved notifications to no longer play sounds when alerts are disabled
- Added initial localization support and German translation
- Added initial support for VideoToolbox hardware-accelerated encoding
- Added support for Dark Mode on macOS 10.14 Mojave (new Dark Mode toolbar icons require building with Xcode 10 on Mojave)
- Added Touch Bar support to various windows and dialogs
- Added Finder progress bar to files currently encoding
- Added Show Source in Finder to queue contextual menu (renamed Show in Finder to Show Destination in Finder)
- Added validation for custom filter parameters
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements

### Windows

- HandBrake now requires .NET Framework 4.7.1 or later (installer offers download if missing)
- Fixed mixdown selection where the specified mixdown in the selected preset is not available
- Fixed audio sample rate of 48 kHz being selected where Auto was the specified behavior
- Removed preferences option to show the advanced tab (deprecated and slated for removal)
- Removed options menu from queue in favor of contextual menu
- Improved layout to better support localization
- Improved error handling when adding items to the queue
- Improved multi-instance queue recovery to avoid loading queue files from the wrong instance
- Improved filters layout and controls
- Improved video quality slider by allowing it to grow with window size and setting x264/x265 granularity to 0.5
- Improved SRT import default browse location (open source video location)
- Improved keyboard shortcuts by making Ctrl-S open the destination save dialog (start encode is now Ctrl-E)
- Added additional keyboard shortcuts for various actions
- Added initial localization support and German translation
- Added support for AMD VCE and Nvidia NVENC hardware-accelerated encoders
- Added automatic queue archiving and option to select an archived queue for recovery (archives are removed after 7 days)
- Added support for recovering specific queue files on start using `--recover-queue-ids=<id1,id2,...>`
- Added additional controls to passthru audio tracks to configure audio fallback parameters
- Added ability to drag and drop SRT subtitles files onto the main window
- Added option to disable preview image on summary tab
- Added option to disable checking for update on start in portable mode
- Added stop encoding confirmation dialog
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements


## HandBrake 1.1.2

### All platforms

#### General

- Fixed Blu-ray title name where reading from raw device
- Improved handling of broken units in Blu-ray source (skip and continue reading)

#### Video

- Fixed rare crash related to preview images, anamorphic, and default preset values
- Fixed jitter produced by 59.94 fps to 29.97 fps frame rate conversion

#### Audio

- Fixed duration of silence buffers (may improve audio/video sync for some sources)

#### Build system

- Fixed linker warning by setting libvpx target to minimum supported macOS version
- Fixed build failure with old GTK versions
- Miscellaneous Flatpak-related fixes and improvements

#### Third-party libraries

- Updated libraries (necessary to pull in needed bug fixes)
  - libdvdread 6.0.0 (DVD decoding)
  - libdvdnav 6.0.0 (DVD decoding)

### Linux

- Fixed potential crash where $HOME directory is missing
- Fixed legacy preferences causing preset window being shown at every launch
- Fixed preset name and menu display on Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr
- Fixed default destination file name for Blu-ray source to not include MPLS number
- Fixed queue reloading in Flatpak sandbox
- Fixed toolbar icons alignment and use correct art for lower pixel density
- Updated most translations

### Mac

- Fixed menu item and tooltip strings related to selection behavior
- Fixed crash where presets file contains invalid UTF-8

### Windows

- Fixed incorrect track selection behaviours on audio and subtitle tabs
- Fixed creating an unneeded HandBrake Team directory in the user's Roaming directory
- Improved path handling when opening a source directory from the queue
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements


## HandBrake 1.1.1

### All platforms

#### General

- Fixed a potential crash in the comb detection filter
- Fixed a potential crash in the padding filter

#### Video

- Fixed decoding certain very high bit rate ultra-high definition sources with extra large packets
- Fixed last frame in source video missing in output

#### Audio

- Fixed crash when decoding an empty audio track

#### Build system

- Updated mac-toolchain-build script Nasm url and improved curl parameters for robustness

#### Third-party libraries

- Updated libraries (necessary to pull in needed bug fixes)
  - libvpx 1.7.0 (VP8/VP9 video encoding)
  - x264 155 r2901 (H.264/AVC video encoding)

### Linux

- Fixed Ubuntu PPA build date
- Fixed a display issue with the quality slider control
- Fixed issues occurring when running multiple HandBrake instances simultaneously
- Updated Russian translation
- Updated support for creating Flatpak bundles (experimental)
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements

### Mac

- Fixed corrupted output with VP8 and VP9 encoders
- Fixed building x264 using Clang and -march=native/-mavx (thanks H. Gramner for the upstream patch)

### Windows

- Fixed issues with queue recovery when running multiple HandBrake instances simultaneously
- Fixed an issue with a When Done action potentially causing the last queue item to be marked as a warning instead of success
- Fixed burn-in behavior with MP4 files; after the first burn-in track, no additional tracks that require burn-in will be added
- Improved window resize behavior for Add Selection to Queue dialog and allowed space bar to toggle checkbox for selected row
- Improved tabbing behavior in various circumstances
- Improved adding a new preset with the same name as an existing user preset; the existing preset will now be updated properly
- Improved privacy by adding an option to disable the Summary tab preview image
- Updated installer to block installation on 32-bit systems to avoid confusion (unsupported since 1.1.0)
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements


## HandBrake 1.1.0

### All platforms

#### General

- Improved user interface
  - Redesigned main window for consistency and usability; overall flow is top to bottom, left to right
  - Added new preset controls directly in main workflow
  - Added new summary tab for overview of settings at a glance
  - Updated interface icons to support high resolution displays
- New and improved official presets
   - Added new presets for Vimeo and YouTube
   - Added new 2160p/4K device presets for Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, and Roku
   - Added new Production presets for post-production video editing workflows
   - Added additional 2160p/4K Matroska presets
- Improved AppleTV 4K support
- Improved Intel QuickSync Video support
  - Added Linux support (experimental)
  - Added 10-bit H.265/HEVC encoding support for Kaby Lake and newer CPUs
  - Added support for multiple GPUs via D3D11 encode path
- Many bug fixes and improvements

#### Video

- Added new Unsharp and kernel-based Laplacian LapSharp sharpening filters
- Added CSM prefilter option to NLMeans filter
- Added support for mobile device orientation via auto-rotation container flag
- x265 10- and 12-bit encoders are now included by default; additional dll files are no longer required

#### Command line interface

- Added support for adaptive streaming (SPS and PPS before IDR frames) via the --inline-parameter-sets parameter
- Added --json parameter to output scan/status information in JSON format, useful for scripting
- Audio sample rate parameter --arate now accepts "auto" as a valid value

#### Build system

- Added support for FreeBSD 11.1 (must compile from source)
- Added support for compiling on Windows under MSYS (experimental, slow)
- Updated to mingw-w64-build 3.1.1 with support for mingw-w64 5.0.3 and gcc 7.2.0
- Update mac-toolchain-build to add NASM 2.13.2 (now required for x264)
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements

#### Third-party libraries

- Updated libraries
  - FDK AAC 0.1.5 (AAC audio encoding, must compile from source)
  - FreeType 2.8.1 (subtitles)
  - HarfBuzz 1.7.2 (subtitles)
  - Jansson 2.10 (JSON architecture)
  - LAME 3.100 (MP3 audio encoding)
  - Libav 12.3 (decoding and filters)
  - libass 0.14.0 (subtitles)
  - libbluray 1.0.2 (Blu-ray decoding)
  - libdvdnav 5.0.3 (DVD decoding)
  - libdvdread 5.0.3 (DVD decoding)
  - libiconv 1.15 (character encoding support)
  - libmfx (upstream API 1.23)
  - libogg 1.3.2 (Xiph codecs support)
  - libopus 1.2.1 (Opus audio encoding)
  - libsamplerate 0.1.9-35-g02ebb9f (audio resampling)
  - libtheora 1.1.1 (Theora video encoding)
  - libvorbis 1.3.5 (Vorbis audio encoding)
  - libvpx 1.6.1 (VP8/VP9 video encoding)
  - libxml2 2.9.4 (general)
  - x264 155 r2893 (H.264/AVC video encoding)
  - x265 2.6 (H.265/HEVC video encoding)
  - zlib 1.2.11 (general)

### Linux

- Added option to configure low disk space warning level
- Added Intel QuickSync Video encoder (experimental, requires specific Intel driver)
- Added support for Ubuntu 18.04 and 17.10; Ubuntu 15.04 support is removed
- Many other bug fixes and improvements

### Mac

- Added option to configure low disk space warning level
- Improved support for VoiceOver navigation
- Many other bug fixes and improvements

### Windows

- Added option to configure low disk space warning level
- Added option to play a sound (MP3/WAV) when encode or queue is finished
- Added option to show progress, pass, passcount in the application title or task tray icon tooltip
- Added more granular progress reporting during search for start of file and muxing
- Added support for per-display resolution awareness
- Added support for running HandBrake in a portable mode (see included portable.ini.template)
- Added custom anamorphic to dimensions tab, it's back!
- Improved static preview window still previews rendering
- Improved audio selection behavior controls; dropdowns are now context aware and range limited with better defaults
- Improved UI constency throughout
- Many other bug fixes and improvements


## HandBrake 1.0.7

### All platforms

#### Video

- Fixed decoding of raw video in Matroska/MKV
- Fixed time stamp handling for containerless raw video
- Fixed memory leaks in OpenCL
- Fixed x265 2-pass encoding where video frame rate is altered by filters
- Improved handling of very small amounts of sync jitter (~1 tick)
- Improved handling of AVI files with broken indices

#### Audio

- Further refined fix for Libav crash encoding AAC at very high bitrates

#### Subtitles

- Removed fontconfig dependency on Mac and Windows; libass now uses CoreText/DirectWrite
- Improved subtitle font selection when burning in SRT/SSA subtitles

#### Command line interface

- Fixed preset subtitle burn defaults override

#### Build system

- Updated MinGW-w64 build script for improved compatibility with hardened GCC

### Linux

- Fixed video preset control not updating
- Fixed audio passthru masks not updating until preset save
- Fixed application of SRT subtitles offset
- Updated translations: af, cs, ja_JP, ru, sk, sv

### Windows

- Fixed When Done option not updating/resetting correctly


## HandBrake 1.0.6

Superseded by HandBrake 1.0.7.


## HandBrake 1.0.5

Superseded by HandBrake 1.0.6.


## HandBrake 1.0.4

Superseded by HandBrake 1.0.5.


## HandBrake 1.0.3

### All platforms

#### Video

- Fixed H.264 decoding using Libav where the initial GOP was dropped
- Fixed 2-pass x265 encoding where the source header incorrectly specifies frame rate
- Fixed 2-pass encoding with bob deinterlace and constant frame rate
- Fixed a seek issue in Libav while reading MKV sources with embedded subtitles
- Fixed multiple issues preventing Libav from opening WMV sources properly
- Fixed miscellaneous issues in Libav
- Fixed memory leaks in OpenCL
- Improved sync for streams delayed by a large amount

#### Audio

- Fixed a Libav crash encoding AAC at very high bitrates
- Fixed a potential hang in Libav while decoding AAC
- Improved Libav audio sync with MP4 sources containing edit lists
- Improved mapping of single channel layouts to single channel layouts

### Linux

- Fixed a potential crash when selecting video encoders
- Fixed various controls not applying values properly

### Mac

- Fixed a crash when attempting to edit a queued job
- Improved audio start point to use edit lists when encoding using CoreAudio AAC

### Windows

- Fixed Title Specific Scan for DVD/Blu-ray
- Fixed broken/missing NLMeans denoise tunes
- Fixed an issue that could cause error -17 when encoding using Intel QuickSync Video
- Fixed an issue where the SRT language code was not being set correctly


## HandBrake 1.0.2

### All platforms

#### Video

- Fixed point to point encoding end point when using frames as the unit
- Improve error handling for libdvdread and libavcodec decoders

#### Audio

- Fixed an issue where fallback encoder bitrate was not set properly

#### Subtitles

- Fixed incorrect duration for UTF-8 subtitles
- Fixed an issue causing extra blank lines for UTF-8 subtitles in MKV

### Linux

- Fixed an issue sometimes preventing dragging and dropping of presets between folders
- Miscellaneous bug fixes

### Mac

- Fixed video encoder options not reset when changing encoders
- Fixed incomplete encodes where the chapter count differs on queued items
- Fixed sleep prevention not working in certain scenarios
- Fixed automatic naming for EyeTV bundles
- Added additional checks to prevent source file overwriting
- Miscellaneous bug fixes

### Windows

- Fixed video encoder options not reset when changing encoders
- Fixed subtitles defaults behaviors to improve how tracks are added
- Fixed issues related to source maximum and custom picture setting modes
- Fixed point to point settings when editing a queued job
- Fixed When Done controls not updating correctly on various screens
- Fixed split buttons not working correctly on audio and subtitles tabs
- Fixed destination path and file name error checking
- Fixed potential crash by disabling OpenCL detection when the scaler is not set to OpenCL Bicubic (workaround for broken system drivers)
- Fixed a potential crash when QSV is supported but disabled at the BIOS level
- Fixed memory leaks in the QSV encoder
- Added QSV detection for Intel Kaby Lake CPUs
- Miscellaneous bug fixes


## HandBrake 1.0.1

### All platforms

#### Video

- Fixed a potential crash when using the VP8 or VP9 video encoders
- Fixed a potential crash when using 2-pass ABR

#### Command line interface

- Fixed importing chapter names from a file

### Linux

- Fixed Keep Aspect Ratio control (disabled) when anamorphic mode is Auto
- Widened presets list to accommodate longer preset names
- Miscellaneous bug fixes

### Mac

- Fixed a potential crash when using the subtitles burn feature on macOS versions earlier than 10.12 Sierra
- Fixed certain controls not updating when saving or loading a preset
- Miscellaneous bug fixes

### Windows

- Fixed certain controls not updating when saving or loading a preset
- Disabled QSV decoding by default when non-QSV encoder selected (configurable)
- Miscellaneous bug fixes


## HandBrake 1.0.0

### All platforms

#### General

- New online documentation at https://handbrake.fr/docs
- Completely overhauled the official presets
  - New general use presets for broad compatibility
  - New device presets, now more up-to-date for common devices
  - New web presets
  - New Matroska (MKV) presets, including VP9 video with Opus audio
  - Official presets from HandBrake 0.10.x are still available under `Legacy`
- New JSON-based preset system including command line support
- New JSON-based API for interacting with libhb
- Improvements to audio/video sync engine to better handle difficult sources
- Many miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements (over 1700 code commits!)

#### Video

- VP9 video encoding via libvpx
- Intel QuickSync Video H.265/HEVC encoder
  - Requires Intel Skylake or newer CPU
- Ultra HD / 4K color pass through (support for BT.2020)
- Additional standard frame rate selections in the graphical interfaces
- New Auto anamorphic mode maximizes storage resolution, replaces Strict anamorphic mode
- New Pad filter (command line only for now)
- New Decomb/Deinterlace filter settings and improved defaults
- Rotate filter now available in all graphical interfaces
- New NLMeans filter tunes Tape and Sprite for analog tape recordings and vintage video games, respectively
- Assembly optimizations NLMeans filter improve performance up to 10%
- Assembly optimizations in x264 encoder improve performance for faster presets by 5-10%
- x265 encoder quality improvements, especially when using tune grain
- High bit depth encoding support via external shared libraries (video pipeline is still 8-bit 4:2:0)
  - x264 10-bit
  - x265 10-bit and 12-bit

#### Audio

- Opus audio encoding/decoding via libopus
- Passthru now supports E-AC-3, FLAC, and TrueHD audio formats

#### Subtitles

- Improved subtitles rendering for some languages via HarfBuzz
- Miscellaneous subtitles improvements

#### Command line interface

- Presets can now be imported and exported from the command line and are compatible with the graphical interfaces
- Queue exported from the graphical interfaces can now be imported by the command line interface (Linux and Windows only for now)

#### Build system

- Add scripts to manually build and install Mac and MinGW-w64 (compile for Windows on Linux) toolchains
- Add support for multiple source URLs for third-party downloads
- Add SHA256 hash verification for third-party downloads
- Add configure parameter to disable or filter allowed third-party downloads (see configure --help)
- Use HTTPS everywhere; the few cases where a third-party does not provide packages over https, handbrake.fr does
- New targets on Mac to install and uninstall after building
- Add flatpak packaging support (experimental)

#### Third-party libraries

- Updated libraries
  - FreeType 2.6.5 (subtitles)
  - Fontconfig 2.12.1 (subtitles)
  - FriBidi 0.19.7 (subtitles)
  - Libav 12 (encoding/decoding/muxing)
  - libass 0.13.2 (subtitles)
  - libbluray 0.9.3 (Blu-ray decoding)
  - libmfx v6.0.0 (Intel QuickSync Video encoding/decoding)
  - libvpx 1.5.0 (VP8/VP9 video encoding)
  - x264 148 r2708 (H.264/AVC video encoding)
  - x265 2.1 (H.265/HEVC video encoding)
- New libraries
  - HarfBuzz 1.3.0 (subtitles)
  - libopus 1.1.3 (Opus audio encoding)

### Linux

- Add options for saving and loading queue files
- Removed system tray icon due to performance issues on Ubuntu
- Usability improvements
- Miscellaneous bug fixes

### Mac

- Updated all tooltips
- Added undo/redo support to the graphical interface
- Improved drag and drop support
- Added Open Recent to the File menu
- Added Add Titles to QueueŃÓto the File menu (batch queueing)
- Preview prompts to open in an external application when the internal player does not support the format
- Preview now displays volume and audio/subtitles language selection during playback
- Picture and Filters settings are now part of the main window
- Settings are preserved when selecting a new title (instead of reloading the last selected preset)
- Improved support for importing/exporting comma-separated (.csv) chapter markers
- Queue is now automatically paused when available disk space is low
- When Done action can now be changed directly from the Queue window
- When Done notification is now interactive (reveals the encoded file in Finder)
- Activity Log window is now searchable (press `¤┴+`f` to activate)
- XQuartz is no longer required for subtitle burn-in
- Updated Sparkle software update library
  - Enabled DSA signature checking for improved security
- Usability improvements
- Miscellaneous bug fixes

### Windows

- Graphical interface now uses libhb directly, instead of sending commands to the command line interface
  - Encoding can now be paused and resumed
  - Stopping encoding will finalize the partial file to be playable
- Reduced installer and install size
  - The command line interface is no longer included in the graphical interface installer
- Update checker now verifies the signature of the update file for improved security
- Added support for quality-based audio encoding
- Added ability to import tab-separated (.tsv), XML (.xml), and plain text (.txt) chapter markers
- Improved the "configure default" options for audio and subtitles
  - Default audio track behavior is now configurable
  - Subtitles burn-in behavior is now configurable
- Removed DirectX Video Acceleration (DXVA) hardware-accelerated video decoding
  - Was causing many issues without providing sufficient improvement to decoding efficiency
  - May be added again at a later date if performance and stability improves
- Usability improvements
- Miscellaneous bug fixes


## HandBrake 0.10.5

- Removed FDK AAC from binary releases
  - Configure with `--enable-fdk` for non-free and non-redistributable build when compiling from source
- Updated x265 to 1.9 which brings bug fixes and performance improvements
- Improvements in large AVI file handling
- Assorted bug fixes and performance improvements

## HandBrake 0.10.3

- Updated x265 to 1.8 which brings numerous bug fixes and some performance improvements
- Assorted bug fixes and performance improvements

## HandBrake 0.10.2

- Assorted bug fixes and performance improvements

## HandBrake 0.10.1

- Assorted bug fixes for all three GUIs and the core library

## HandBrake 0.10.0

### Core

- Intel QuickSync Video encode and decode support (beta)
  - Windows only currently; we hope to bring this to Linux users in the future
- DXVA hardware decode support (experimental)
  - Windows only
  - Suitable only for slower machines so disabled in preferences by default
- Choice of scalers
  - Lanczos
    - HandBrake's default scaler
  - Bicubic (OpenCL) (experimental)
    - Available on the Command Line Interface (all platforms) and Windows GUI (Mac / Linux GUIs will come in a later release)
    - Currently only available in OpenCL form so requires an AMD or Intel GPU supporting OpenCL 1.1 or later; Nvidia GPUs are not currently supported
    - When downscaling, up to 5% performance improvement can be achieved; no benefit when not downscaling
    - Small loss in quality over the Lanczos scaler
- Denoise
  - hqdn3d filter now accepts individual settings for each chroma channel (Cb, Cr)
  - New NlMeans denoiser, very slow, but results are significantly better than hqdn3d
- Presets
  - Added Windows Phone 8 Preset
- Updated Libraries
  - x264 r2479-dd79a61
  - Libav v10.1
  - libbluray 0.5.0
- libavformat is now used for muxing instead of mp4v2 and libmkv
  - "Large File Size" checkbox has now been removed for MP4, as the new muxer will transition to 64bit files automatically
  - mpeg2dec has also been replaced in favour of using libav
- The LibAV AAC encoder is now the default as FAAC has been remove
  - This encoder is adequate for most, but until it improves a bit further, we have enabled support for the FDK-AAC encoder also
    - This FDK option is a temporary measure until the LibAV encoder improves
    - Note that FDK-AAC is much slower and will likely bottleneck the encode process, but will produce better quality audio
- H.265 encoder
  - Now available through x265 1.4
  - While this encoder is still fairly new, we have seen some promising results come out of it; it's still under heavy active development and is only going to improve over time
- Added VP8 Encoder (using libvpx)
  - Available in MKV files only
- Removed mcdeint deinterlace and decomb modes (this relied on the snow encoder in libav which has been removed by upstream)
- Bug fixes and misc improvements

### Windows

- Accessibility and usability improvements
  - Added option to 'Use System Colors'; the app should now be usable in a high contrast mode.
  - Fixed tab ordering to make the app more keyboard friendly
- LibHB is now used for scanning instead of the CLI
  - Experimental preview window is now available as a result (can be enabled via preferences)
- Improved the layout and design of the audio and subtitle tabs
  - Split buttons similar to the old 0.9.8 WinForms GUI
  - Improved layout on the track listbox to make better use of the space
- Improvements to auto-naming feature
- When Done
  - Added an option that will reset this to 'Do nothing' when the app is closed and restarted
- Presets
  - New presets menu
  - Presets bar can now be hidden if it's not wanted
- Numerous bug fixes
  - Fixed the issue in the source dropdown where the drive menu items did not work when clicked
  - Numerous fixes in the picture settings panel around resolution calculation
  - Numerous fixes around the way presets are loaded and saved, particularly around picture settings
  - Removed Growl for Windows support due to bugs and issues with this library that remain unfixed; project appears abandoned
  - Many misc other fixes
- Windows XP is no longer supported; Windows Vista with Service Pack 2 or later is now a requirement
- The 32-bit build of the application is now considered deprecated; this is due to 32-bit process memory limitations

### Mac

- Build system updates to compile under OS X 10.9 and 10.10
- Automatic audio and subtitle track selection behaviors which can be stored per preset
- Improvements to auto-naming feature
- Misc UI enhancements
- Bug fixes and misc improvements

### Linux

- Automatic audio and subtitle track selection behaviors which can be stored per preset
- Improvements to auto-naming feature
- Batch add-to-queue by list selection
- Russian and Czech translations
- Bug fixes and misc improvements
- Requires GTK3

### Command Line Interface

- Basic support for return codes from the CLI (0 = No error, 1 = Canceled, 2 = Invalid input, 3 = Initialization error, 4 = Unknown Error)
- Bug fixes and misc improvements

Revision 1.1 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sat Jan 26 23:26:19 2013 UTC (7 years, 5 months ago) by wiz
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2018Q4-base, pkgsrc-2018Q4, pkgsrc-2018Q3-base, pkgsrc-2018Q3, pkgsrc-2018Q2-base, pkgsrc-2018Q2, pkgsrc-2018Q1-base, pkgsrc-2018Q1, pkgsrc-2017Q4-base, pkgsrc-2017Q4, pkgsrc-2017Q3-base, pkgsrc-2017Q3, pkgsrc-2017Q2-base, pkgsrc-2017Q2, pkgsrc-2017Q1-base, pkgsrc-2017Q1, pkgsrc-2016Q4-base, pkgsrc-2016Q4, pkgsrc-2016Q3-base, pkgsrc-2016Q3, pkgsrc-2016Q2-base, pkgsrc-2016Q2, pkgsrc-2016Q1-base, pkgsrc-2016Q1, pkgsrc-2015Q4-base, pkgsrc-2015Q4, pkgsrc-2015Q3-base, pkgsrc-2015Q3, pkgsrc-2015Q2-base, pkgsrc-2015Q2, pkgsrc-2015Q1-base, pkgsrc-2015Q1, pkgsrc-2014Q4-base, pkgsrc-2014Q4, pkgsrc-2014Q3-base, pkgsrc-2014Q3, pkgsrc-2014Q2-base, pkgsrc-2014Q2, pkgsrc-2014Q1-base, pkgsrc-2014Q1, pkgsrc-2013Q4-base, pkgsrc-2013Q4, pkgsrc-2013Q3-base, pkgsrc-2013Q3, pkgsrc-2013Q2-base, pkgsrc-2013Q2, pkgsrc-2013Q1-base, pkgsrc-2013Q1

Fix obvious automake-1.13 issues.

This still doesn't build for me, in xvidcore if I read correctly,
but I don't understand why not.

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