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JTVD

JTVD is a graphical frontend for popular command line programs such as MEncoder, transcode, MJPEG Tools, toolame, DVDAuthor, and growisofs. It makes it easy to grab videos from Video4Linux devices such as TV cards, encode the data to DVD-compatible MPEG2 files, and author and burn a video DVD with a simple title menu.

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  •  24 Aug 2005 00:11

    Release Notes: This release fixes handling of the fine frequency and saving a modified station. It adds options to only create the DVD image without burning it and to burn an existing Video DVD image.

    •  05 Jun 2005 11:04

      Release Notes: This release contains some small bugfixes and improvements, and a German translation has been made available. Workarounds for problems encoding DV video files and MPEG4 video files recorded by the current MEncoder release have been added.

      •  19 Feb 2005 20:48

        Release Notes: A problem with special characters being wrongly displayed in the "Messages" tab has been fixed. The "Speed" and "Overburn" options have been fixed. It is now possible to specify an ALSA hardware ID instead of an OSS device file, which is useful if ALSA is installed without OSS compatibility. The tables can now be sorted by clicking on the column headers. JTVD now remembers its settings, and it is also possible to save/load the settings to/from a file. A small section describing known issues has been added to the manual.

        •  19 Dec 2004 08:03

          Release Notes: The ability to create simple title menus in a comfortable way has been added. A plain color or an image can be set as background, and menu buttons and text with individual font and color settings can be added to the menu as well as sound from a WAV file. Additionally, some minor improvements have been made.

          •  29 Oct 2004 22:24

            Release Notes: A little TV screen has been added, making it easy to set up and browse TV stations and to find the right moment to start grabbing. A simple scheduler has been added that allows you to set up one or more timed recording tasks. All lists now allow multiple selections. This release also includes some small improvements and bugfixes.

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