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 Readme for:  Graphics » Convert » mpegit.lha

Mpegit

Description: Captures frames from MPEG video files to bmp files
Download: mpegit.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 1Mb
Version: 2.2
Date: 07 Jun 2007
Author: Kevin Taddeucci.
Submitter: ktadd
Email: ktaddtech/ispwest com
Requirements: Amiga OS4
Category: graphics/convert
Replaces: graphics/convert/mpegit.lha
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 2840
 
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Downloads: 258  (Current version)
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New v2.2 now scales and plays mpeg-1 files with audio!

 M-pegIt is a program to play, select and capture frames from an Mpeg video
 file and save them as bitmap (.bmp) graphics files.  As of Version 2.0 it
 supports two use modes, "Auto Mode" and "Manual Mode". 

 The original "Auto Mode" provides the ability to set a range of frames along
 with a "Skip Frame" value to automatically capture a series of frames.

 "Manual Mode" provides the capability to view and step through frames, 1, 10,
  or 100 at a time and capture the currently viewed frame. This makes it easy
  to capture the exact frame you want. 

 New in version 2.2 is the ability to play and pause the video with optional
 audio. In addition the video can be scaled and the captured frame will be
 saved at the displayed currently displayed size. 

 This program was inspired by the open source project 'dumpmpeg' written
 by David Hedbor Copyright(c) 2000, 2001.  AmigaOS 4.0 compile by
 Spot / Up Rough 2006.  While inspired by 'dumpmpeg', none of the source
 code is used in M-pegit. 
 
 M-pegIt uses the SDL and SMPEG link libraries for manipulating and displaying
 the mpeg files. See http://www.libsdl.org/ for information on the SDL
 libraries and http://www.lokigames.com/development/smpeg.php3 for more
 information on the SMPEG library.  


Version History:

 Version 2.2
  - Added "Play/Pause" video capability to "Manual Mode".
  - Added audio playing capability.
  - Added video scaling capability.
  - Added a setting tab page to control scaling and audio.
  - Added tooltypes to support the new Scale and Audio features.

 
 Version 2.0
  - Added "Manual Mode" which allows stepping through individual frames 
    and capturing the displayed frame.
  - Added "Ktadd" logo to About window.
  - Fixed a bug that occured when "Stop Frame" was greater than the last
    frame in the mpeg file.
  - Fixed a bug in "Auto Mode" where the frame count was off by 1. Can still
    occur with some videos but not others. Not sure why.


 Version 1.1
  - Change algorithms to speed up speed up the capture of the "Stop Frame".
  - Compiled with debug code off and optimization on.
  - Program is now slightly faster than the original 'dumpmpeg' program.


 Version 1.0
  Initial release.

  Features added to the original DumpMpegGUI program are as follows: 
   - All functionality is now intergrated into the GUI. No more requirement
     for the 'dumpmpeg' program. 
   - Verbose mode eliminated and replaced with the 'Video Info' feature.
   - Ability to set a 'Stop Frame' added. 
   - Program renamed to M-pegIt.  (peg it - as in put a peg in it and make
     it stick.)
   - Output File name and path can now contain spaces.
   - Boarders and labels around gadgets to enhance the look of the GUI. 


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