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First video tutorial available

I added a video tutorial to give an introduction to the ogg video tools and to explain how to use the command line tools.
Enjoy the 5 minutes.

Posted by Yorn 2009-06-02

Ogg Video Tools 0.7b now also for Windows

I am pleased to announce that the version 0.7b of the Ogg Video Tools is now also available for windows. The version is a precompiled binary.

I would be happy to receive your e-mails if the command line tools work for you or what problems you have with that version.

Posted by Yorn 2009-05-29

Bugfixed Version 0.7a available for download

As there have been some minor bugs, this version fixes these problems. Additionally some scripts for creating easy thumbnail series' and slideshows with sound has been added and the documentation has been updated.

Posted by Yorn 2009-03-22

Ogg Video Tools version 0.7 available

Hi all,

after a quite short periode, a new version of the Ogg Video Tools is avialable. One main addition is oggResize, which converts an Ogg/Theora file into another Ogg/Theora file with a different framesize, framerate, and datarate.

Additionally this release has been cleaned up and some minor bugs have been solved.

Posted by Yorn 2009-03-10

Ogg Video Tools version 0.6 available

This version of the Ogg Video Tools is a real improvement, as there are two very helpfull new tools available: oggSlideshow, which creates slideshows in ogg/theora format from a series of images e.g. with Ken Burns Effect. The other tool is oggThumb, which creates thumbnails in png or jpg from a ogg/theora stream.

Posted by Yorn 2009-01-23

Version 0.5 is out

This release is the first OggVideoTools release on sourceforge.
The major changes to version 0.4 are the update for recent compilers (gcc 3.4) and a clean up in the configure script.
A new subdirectory has been added for documentation about the library and the tool usage.

Posted by Yorn 2008-08-08

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