5 Apr 2005 bilboed   » (Journeyer)

PiTiVi and GNonLin

I finally finished backporting gnonlin to it's repository, cleaning it up, updating the website, putting more documentation online, etc... I've just put a pre-release online (v0.2.0-pre1). It's available on the GNonLin website. You're welcome to try it, and send me any bugs/inconsistencies you find out. I'll do a real release in 7 days if there's no major bug found.

So this means that, AT LAST, I'm hacking on python-pitivi !

Other hacking

On the side, I've been working with the Farsight (library for IM Voice and Video) team to "reverse" the OSCAR (ICQ/AIM/iChat) voice-and-video negotiation protocol. I'm not doing this out of interest, it's so I can call my folks back home for 0 euros :)

And I've finally found somebody who's doing a video motion-estimation filter (stand-alone, not lost in the middle of a video encoder) so I can finally put into code all these algorithms that have been taking the dust for the past year (slow-motion, motion compensation, temporal interpolation, HQ video scaling, ...). More about it once he's released it in Open-Source.

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