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Version 1.6.19 build 24586
  • Release Date: Sep 27, 2007
  • Fixed some problems when importing and muxing external AC-3 and MPEG audio files.
Version 1.6.19 build 24571
  • Release Date: Sep 17, 2007
  • Fixed an "out of memory" error when loading .m2v (video only) MPEG files.
Version 1.6.19 build 24570
  • Release Date: Sep 15, 2007
  • The "File / Save WAV..." dialog no longer shows "mp3" and "ac3" file extensions.
  • Still more changes to improve the accuracy of the audio skew report.
Version 1.6.19 build 24563
  • Release Date: Sep 14, 2007
  • I've discovered that my previous build will sometimes pause for an alarmingly long time, especially after parsing large (1 GB or larger) MPEG files. That issue is fixed now.
  • I'm still trying to improve the accuracy of the audio skew reported in "File Information" for MPEG files. This new build removes audio and video access units at the beginning of the MPEG stream if they lack Presentation Time Stamps, and I hope this will finally guarantee that the skew report is 100% accurate.
Version 1.6.19 build 24560
  • Release Date: Aug 24, 2007
  • Unfortunately, the change I made October 24, 2005 (which was supposed to reduce the memory footprint by not storing PTS for every sample) has caused a situation in which audio skew is reported incorrectly in the "File Information" dialog for MPEG files. I've had to undo that change.
  • I've switched to using 7-Zip to archive the source code package.
Version 1.6.19 build 24528
  • Release Date: Aug 11, 2007
  • Finally fixed a rare crash which happens when decoding some slightly broken MPEG files.
Version 1.6.19 build 24507
  • Release Date: Aug 4, 2007
  • I've discovered a bug in the way seek positions are calculated in imported MPEG audio files. This build fixes the seeking problem.
  • I've found another problem which is specific to imported 22050 Hz and 44100 Hz MPEG audio files, which manifests itself as a rapid "clicking" in the audio. It's caused by the presence of padding bytes in the MPEG stream, but I don't have a fix for it yet.

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