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- Version 3.5.0 (Aug 9, 2017)
- Version 3.4.0 (Dec 29, 2016)
- Version 3.3.5 (Aug 4, 2016)
- Version 3.3.3 (Nov 30, 2015)
- Version 3.3.0 (Mar 7, 2015)
- Version 3.2.0 (Dec 22, 2014)
- Version 3.1.6 (Oct 30, 2014)
- Version 3.1.5 (Jun 16, 2014)
- Version 3.1.4 (May 17, 2014)
- Version 3.1.3 (Dec 29, 2013)
- Version 3.1.2 (Dec 9, 2013)
- Version 3.1.1 (Nov 10, 2013)
- Version 3.1.0 (Mar 30, 2013)
- Version 3.0.2 (Oct 24, 2012)
- Version 3.0.1 (Sep 3, 2012)
- Version 3.0 (Aug 21, 2012)
- Version 2.1.3 (Jul 16, 2012)
- Version 2.1.1 (Apr 18, 2012)
- Version 2.1.0 (Apr 8, 2012)
- Version 2.0.2 (Jan 20, 2012)
- Version 2.0.1 (Sep 20, 2011)
- Version 2.0 (Jul 22, 2011)
- Version 1.1.4 (Apr 25, 2011)
- Version 1.1.3 (Mar 25, 2011)
- Version 1.1.2 (Jan 2, 2011)
- Version 1.1.1 (Jan 1, 2011)
- Version 1.1.0 (Dec 29, 2010)
- Version 1.0.2 (Oct 24, 2010)
- Version 1.0.10 Beta (May 28, 2010)
- Version 1.00 (May 13, 2010)
- Release Date: Aug 9, 2017
- New feature: support HW decode if new version NVIDIA GPU is available. Also, if such HW decode is used, HW encode of non-native size is also supported.
- Release Date: Dec 29, 2016
- New feature: support MP4 output format.
- Release Date: Aug 4, 2016
- New feature: speed up the output video playback by up to 10 times. This is done by skipping the output video frames, and should be useful for the surveillance videos.
- Release Date: Nov 30, 2015
- Bug fix: vMTS crashes on new NVIDIA drivers for computers with NVIDIA GPU.
- Release Date: Mar 7, 2015
- Recognize some videos (e.g. from Sony Sony HXR-NX30P) that do not seem to have normal date code pattern.
- Release Date: Dec 22, 2014
- Support native output resolution, i.e. output resolution is the same as input resolution.
- Support HW encode acceleration for NVIDIA GPUs based on newer archetectures (i.e. Kepler and Maxwell). The limitation is that only the native output resolution is supported.
- Release Date: Oct 30, 2014
- The newer NVIDIA driver (> version 335.23) seems to have dropped the nvcuvenc.dll which is required by vATS. This version simply packages nvcuvenc.dll into vATS.
- Release Date: Jun 16, 2014
- Fixed a problem with vATS running on Windows 8 machines and output format being *.wmv. In such case, vATS sometimes could fail to stamp all the videos files.
- Release Date: May 17, 2014
- Made vATS more tolerant to corrupted audio stream.
- Release Date: Dec 29, 2013
- Bug fix: run time error on some video files.
- Release Date: Dec 9, 2013
- Bug fix: run time error when audio is disabled on some video files.
- Release Date: Nov 10, 2013
- Made vATS to recognize more non-standard AVCHD formats.
- Fixed a bug to make vATS more stable.
- Release Date: Mar 30, 2013
- Added an option to make vATS more tolerant on some non-standard, incorrectly formatted, or corrupt AVCHD video files.
- Bug fix on occasional stop on stamping while transitioning from one file to next.
- Release Date: Oct 24, 2012
- Allow mts output sizes other than the full original sizes. New output sizes include 1920x1080, 1600x900, 1280x720, 960x540, 800x450, 640x360, and 480x270.
- Allow disabling of audio in the stamped output files.
- Release Date: Sep 3, 2012
- Improved the date code parsing to recognize the date code from videos recorded by Sony HX200 camera.
- Release Date: Aug 21, 2012
- Switched to use Intel's QuickSync decoder/encoder for AVCHD compatible format output. This improved the playback smoothness of the AVCHD output videos. Also, for computers with Intel i5/i7 CPU and HD Graphics 3000/4000, the stamp process is greatly accelerated.
- Release Date: Jul 16, 2012
- Improved the compatibility of AVCHD output file format. More video editing software should recognize the format now. Among them Sony Vegas Pro 11.0 and Adobe Premiere Elements 10.
- Release Date: Apr 18, 2012
- Fixed: when the 'Output Video Format' is AVCHD compatible, vATS hangs if the CPU is i7, and NVIDIA GPU is not used.
- Release Date: Apr 8, 2012
- Added NVIDIA GPU accelerated AVCHD encoding. If a computer is equipped with such GPU, the time stamping could be much faster .
- Release Date: Jan 20, 2012
- Minor change: Improved the decoding algorithm to recognize more file formats.
- Release Date: Sep 20, 2011
- Bug fix: relaxed a restriction on encoded stream size.
- Removed dependency on NVIDIA GPU driver version, so that newer driver versions can be used seamlessly.
- Release Date: Jul 22, 2011
- New featue: vATS can now output AVCHD compatible format files.
- Release Date: Apr 25, 2011
- Bug fix: handling of very small size video file (length < 1 sec).
- Bug fix: handling of partial audio packets in a video file.
- Release Date: Mar 25, 2011
- Bug fix: handling of progressive video file.
- Release Date: Jan 2, 2011
- Bug fix: for computers without NVIDIA GPU, or computers with NVIDIA GPU but with older version drivers, turn off the GPU acceleration feature gracefully.
- Release Date: Jan 1, 2011
- Bug fix: for some video files, the date/time/frame code may not be calculated correctly.
- Release Date: Dec 29, 2010
- Added new feature to use NVIDIA GPU, if possible, for stamp acceleration. See Help->Preferences for details.
Version 1.0.10 Beta
- Release Date: Oct 24, 2010
- Increased the max bitrate to 30Mbps from 20Mbps.
- Increased the default bitrates for all video sizes.
- Fixed a bug that failed to read date code from some AVCHD files.
- Release Date: May 28, 2010
- Bug fix: handle video file without date/time code gracefully.
- Enhancement: increased the thickness of the stamp outline.
- Release Date: May 13, 2010
- * Initial release.