Projects / GOPchop


GOPchop is an MPEG2-PS editor that cuts on GOP boundries so that the resulting MPEG2-PS file does not need to be re-encoded when saving the resulting desired frames. It is useful for editing commercials out of MPEG2 TV capture files.

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Recent releases

  •  03 Mar 2009 07:08

    Release Notes: Fixes include updates for 64-bit systems, pixmap paths, minor UI improvements, and corrected support for Xv display output.

    •  03 May 2005 04:47

      Release Notes: This release includes experimental MPEG1 support. Additional stream export preferences and tooltips have been added. Several runtime bugs were squashed, and the documentation has been updated.

      •  30 Apr 2005 14:50

        Release Notes: This release improves the UI, adds additional parsing support for certain kinds of stream elements, fixes a few compilation bugs, and uses a hardier picture display system which will correctly display the final picture of a GOP. The Web site and roadmap have been completely overhauled.

        •  30 Apr 2005 06:28

          Release Notes: Some patches were incorporated, and a Debian package and desktop application icon and entry were added. Scroll wheel support was implemented and a few minor syntax problems, man page errors, and close behaviors were fixed.

          •  01 Mar 2004 04:58

            Release Notes: This release adds time stamp recalculation, man pages, a few autoconf cleanups, an RPM spec file, and adds a digit of precision to gtkspu's file-loading report. It removes the need for a writable source file for the mmap interface.


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