revamp the GUI, port to Gtk+ ... perhaps even add
portability to Windows
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Portability to OSX would be great! The tools there are inferior to xvidcap to date (cf. SnapZ Pro X).
I don't know anything about what is required to do this -- it may be blindingly simple for what I know.
ffmpeg has an ffmpegx port, but that may be just a frontend. In any case, it looks like ffmpeg is
available in OSX (I'm writing this for friends; I don't use OSX myself).
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CVS has basic GTK2 GUI available in the 1.1-pre branch which is
based on 1.0.16.
Branches will be merged again as soon as all conditional
are in place. Usability of GTK2 GUI identical to old GUI
a number of minor bugfixes). Redesign of GUI to follow later ...
depending on other RFEs.
as a sidenote: port to windows is VERY far away.
port to OSX might not even be necessary. Try to get a hold of
an ffmpeg 0.4.7 compatible shared library for OSX and compile
xvidcap source on OSX without static-link option. Might be a
good idea to try the most recent CVS version from the
branch (fixes some bugs on big endian machines, which I reintro-
duced at some point). Since this works on Solaris/SPARC and
HPUX, it might on OSX ....
Btw. I have NO access to OSX machines for testing purposes ...
CVS has the Gtk2 Port.
Atm the GUI is mostly a direct port of the Xt GUI, perhaps a
I will close this RFE and put up a new one aimed at a
two for the ports to Windows and OSX
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