Fixed some minor bugs and changes folder structure. I´ll be waiting for some further bugreports from users, but v0.1.14 will be available soon.
this was a lot of work, but now we have some nice new features, a lot of more stability and an enhanced bugreporting feature.
Film//Riss is going to be adult!
the next version of Film//Riss will be available in a few days. I spent a lot of time to build a more stable version with lots of new features. The (german) changelog:
Now Film//Riss additionally supports Transportstream (*.TS) files!
Heise has added Film//Riss to their download collection: http://www.heise.de/software/download/filmriss/64028
Film//Riss now supports ProjectX as optinal demuxing engine!
Film//Riss now supports automatic processing (commercial cutting) of a video file (mpg) given as commandline parameter for integration into 3rd party TV recording software.
Moving the processed file to outdir and deleting the original file now also works.
So give Film//Riss a try (again), it works fine now!
Film//Riss 0.1.8 is out!
Now cutting commercials from MPEG video streams is easier than ever!
Changes since last release:
fixed some (loads of) bugs
added option to hide or show child output
added option to disable logging
added some tooltips
The 'hope it works better' - release...
Film//Riss 0.1.5 Beta realesed. Fixed an error when Launching the manual. Added sourcecode for download. Have fun!
I think Film//Riss works okay now. Added a (german) manual as Windows Helpfile.
Added (german) Documentation
Added some errorhandling for external processes
Kicked ProjectX, using PVAStrumento for demuxing from now on
Added logging for debugging purposes
Fixed an evil bug preventing comskip to start from directories with spaces.
Film//Riss should work now under most circumstances... ;)
Film//Riss 0.1 as a first release is available.
Now you can easily cut commercials from your TV recordings without worrying about handling difficult commandline interfaces of
The Setup includes Film//Riss and all tools needed for cutting commercials from MPEG-Streams.
Most features included, documentation, localization and some more error handling still missing but following soon.
FilmRiss now stores it´s settings and works from other folders than 'c:\filmriss'.
Next I have to code some more error handling and there will be a Win32 setup.exe for download as first release.
Support for different languages than German will be added later.
Okay, nothing one could really use, but there is a first SVN Checkout. Still have to work some days on multi-language interface, installer and documentation besides some other little things...