so, i reconsidered my choose not to implement a built-in video player. with the help of an installed quicktime player, you can play movie files right from omov.
a lot of bugfixes (webfetching often crashed), gui enhancements (everything is now even more apple style like :) and added some minor features (rescan of movie folder).
also the internals/the source code was heavily refactored. the architecture changed from a monolith to a well structured module-based one. the modules: omovSuper, omovCore, omovQtjApi, omovQtjImpl, omovWebApi, omovWebImpl and omovApp.... read more
Roadmap is fixed; about 20 items have to be completed to get a first release candidate.
Although it was not planned so, but there will be a built-in possibility to play videos -via quicktime's java api. so, quicktime is necessary to access this feature.
also fixed some major gui bugs with apple's osx 10.5
Not far away from finishing each and every feature. Some minor gui bugs (look&feel) are still existing, but the application itself should be stable.
Nearly every feature is implemented but has not been tested very well, so there could be still some major bugs existing.
These new features are: SmartCopy, backup creation, help (not yet finished), enhanced HTML report and native executables for windows and macosx.
This is a first experimental release. It should NOT be used for any other purpose than testing and reporting bugs.