#3 create a Gtk+ 2.x GUI

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2003-11-04
2003-10-13
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revamp the GUI, port to Gtk+ ... perhaps even add
portability to Windows

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  • David Liontooth

    David Liontooth - 2003-10-29

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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).

     
  • Karl H. Beckers

    Karl H. Beckers - 2003-10-31

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    (update)
    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
    compiles
    are in place. Usability of GTK2 GUI identical to old GUI
    (apart from
    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
    1.0-patches
    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 ...
    sorry.

     
  • Karl H. Beckers

    Karl H. Beckers - 2003-11-04

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    (closing)
    CVS has the Gtk2 Port.
    Atm the GUI is mostly a direct port of the Xt GUI, perhaps a
    little
    smoother.
    I will close this RFE and put up a new one aimed at a
    redesign and
    two for the ports to Windows and OSX

     
  • Karl H. Beckers

    Karl H. Beckers - 2003-11-04
    • status: open --> closed
     

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