DSVideo v1.01: a bug fix release
February 16, 2008
Dominic Ludlam and company have released a new version of DSVideo, the Nintendo DS video player. DSVideo v1.01 is a bug fix release, so you can expect more videos to work with the application now.
Learn more about the changes in DSVideo v1.01 after the jump!
Dominic Ludlam and company have updated their Nintendo DS video player called DSVideo. DSVideo v1.01 is a bug fix release, so you can expect more videos to work with the application now.
Here are the changes instituted in the version 1.01 release:
- Update help information when the encoder is run with no arguments to include the version number, to clarify the usage of the “-w” option and to show some examples of common use.
- Remove -s option on windows, as it doesn’t work there yet.
- Add support for videos at 23.97fps
- Fix the makefile for x86_64 linux platforms.
- Fix audio resampling bug when converting from sample rates lower than 32kHz.
- Fix freezing / memory allocation problem with certain video inputs.
- Change default output filename to be the input file name with the extension changed to ‘.dsv’
If you’d like to know more about getting the application to work with your system, feel free to check out the source link below. Enjoy the app!
Download: DSVideo v1.01