A new version of DVD Audio Extractor
has been released. The new version features an enhanced stream decoding engine and support for 24-bit wave output.
There is also a new experimental build of VirtualDub. The new version is available in a new native AMD64 build, support for compression and decompression in YUV formats, preliminary DirectX 9 (D3D9) display driver support, OpenGL display driver support, JPEG image sequence input and output is now supported, integrated DV video decoder and more...
DVD Audio Extractor 2.2.0 released - A tool to extract audio tracks from DVDs
VirtualDub 1.6.0 (Build 21540) released - An open source DVD/MPEG/AVI conversion and editing tools