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AVCodec_Amiga

Description: Library Plugin For Hollywood Applications
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Size: 6Mb
Version: 1.4
Date: 03 Jun 19
Author: Andreas Falkenhahn
Submitter: salvatore
Email: abbate_salvatore/yahoo com
Homepage: https://www.hollywood-mal.com/
Requirements: Aros Abiv0 i386
Category: development/library
License: LGPL
Distribute: yes
FileID: 1853
 
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avcodec.hwp
============

This plugin enables Hollywood to load and play many video and audio formats 
supported by the FFmpeg library. After this plugin has been installed,
Hollywood's OpenMusic() and OpenVideo() commands will 'automagically' be able
to open and play a plethora of new audio and video formats.


History
=======

Version 1.4:    (25-Mar-15)
- New: Added 64-bit builds for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS
- Fix: Mono MP3s and other formats didn't work when in audio mode (reported by
Krzysztof Radzikowski)
- Fix: When in YUV mode, avcodec.hwp always stored 4 plane pointers although
there are only three;
  this bug is completely harmless, though, and didn't have any practical effect

Version 1.3:    (09-Jun-15)
- New [Linux]: Added build for Linux ARM
- Fix [Linux/MacOS]: Plugin is now compiled as position-independent code (PIC)
- Fix [OS3]: FPU version will cleanly exit now in case there is no FPU
- Fix: Incorporated some fixes from newer FFMPEG builds which solve the problem
of
  audio glitches when seeking audio streams because intermediate buffers weren't
  flushed correctly
- New: Added support for Hollywood 6's "Adapter" tag
- New: Added support for Hollywood 6's video/audio streaming interface

Version 1.2:    (21-Jul-13)
- New: Added support for playing FLAC files
- New: Added file type information for Hollywood 5.3

Version 1.1:    (07-Jun-12)
- New: The plugin now also supports Hollywood's sound stream interface so that
it
  can be used to play sound streams in several formats like MP3, M4A, etc. as
well;
  useful on systems like AROS and Linux because Hollywood doesn't support MP3
playback
  on them (requested by Richard Lake)
- New: Added binaries for Linux, Linux PPC, Mac OS X, Mac OS X PPC, and Win32
- Fix: Fixed a bug in the audio decoder that only occurred with some movies
(reported
  by Christoph Poelzl)
- New: Added resampling routines for videos that use a different channel layout
than
  stereo and/or a PCM encoding different from 16bit (reported by Christoph
Poelzl)
- Fix: Raw H.263 probing code wrongly identified some GIF anims and JPEG
pictures as
  H.263 streams (reported by Simone Monsignori)
- Fix: WMV3 codec works correctly now (reported by Christoph Poelzl)

Version 1.0:    (20-Feb-12)
- First release 


Copyright
=========

This plugin was written by Andreas Falkenhahn <andreas()airsoftsoftwair.de>
See the COPYING file in this package for conditions concerning distribution
of this plugin. Visit http://www.hollywood-mal.com/ for more information
on Hollywood and more plugins.

This plugin can be redistributed under the terms of GNU Lesser General Public
License (LGPL). See COPYING_LGPL for details. The source codes of this plugin
are available for download from http://www.hollywood-mal.com/ for all
interested parties.

This plugin is based on FFmpeg which is licensed under the conditions of the
LGPL. See COPYING_LGPL for details.


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