FFglitch 0.8.001 has been released.

A new release branch has been created, rebased on top of the latest FFmpeg git (commit d5274f86).

The biggest change in this new branch is that ffglitch should now be capable of working with files greater than 1 minute.

The main issue was that the json-c library used waaaaay too much memory and was too slow. Therefore I have reinvented the wheel and reimplemented a JSON parser in C from scratch, which is much faster and uses much less memory.

Other changes include:

  • xvidcore has been updated to version 1.3.6;
  • There were some improvements in the ffglitch.py script;

Get it in the Download page.