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- Release Date: May 10, 2006
- Added a simple timer as well as a text field for the
current target directory size on the copy tab.
- Fixed a problem with the installer. This significantly
speeds up the installation process.
- Handling of the user interface lanuage is much more
sophisticated now (in expectation of some translations to
- Added an MPEG dump mode. The source DVD is not copied in
this mode, but the contained cells are dumped to separate
- Enhanced handling of the installation prefix.
- Release Date: Apr 17, 2006
- Added a button to restore the hardwire default settings
- User is now asked to confirm when leaving the settings
page with unsaved changes
- We have a new icon!
- Fixed a problem when compiling against libdvdread-0.9.5
- Fixed some signed/unsigned issues which caused compiler
warnings on some platforms
- Introduced support for running from a binary distribution
packaged with par (perl archiver)
- Wrote an installer and uninstaller for the binary
- Release Date: Mar 3, 2006
- V0.96 does not have any essential new features, but two
major bug fixes.
- The "improvement" of V0.95 with the log viewer is fixed to
print out lines separately again. V0.95 prints everything
in one big chunk.
- The second fix is with multi angle titles. Now their size
should be computed correctly. Thus also the evaporation
factor is correct now.
- qVamps now supports a new feature of Vamps V0.99.1. Gaps
in cells, i.e. space that does not contain any movie
content, are now taken into account when computing the
evaporation factor. This gives a more accurate result of
the copy's final size.
- qVamps now checks the installed version of Vamps during
startup. You will get a warning message, if you should
update to a more recent version. qVamps will not run
correctly when the warning shows up!
- IMPORTANT: qVamps V0.96 silently overwrites the user
- play_dvd_cells and
This is to make use of new features introduced into Vamps
V0.99.1. The old settings are saved into .bak entries in
~/.qvamps/qvampsrc. You may adjust the settings to your
preference again and then delete the .bak lines. It is
unlikely that some user has changed these settings though.