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Perian 1.1.1 just released

Cory Bohon
September 29, 2008
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Perian, the ultimate QuickTime plug-in, was just updated to version 1.1.1. Some of the changes in this version include:

  • H.264 in AVI fixed
  • Some anamorphic AVI files are now supported
  • Performance problems due to PIC fixed with Xcode 3.1
  • Incorrect frame skipping on H.264 intra frames fixed
  • Better character set detection
  • The update checker is now much more polite
  • Several parsing and rendering bugs with subtitles fixed
  • Player freezing while loading subtitles with embedded fonts fixed
  • Audio fixed for some older MKV files with AAC/FLAC
  • Strange values in MKV chapters or video sizes are handled better
  • Initial support for SAMI subtitles added
  • Worked around a QuickTime bug (#5770288) causing frames to be lost during export
  • New codecs: DosBox ZMBV, VP6+Alpha, Nellymoser ASAO
  • FFmpeg:
  • Crashing on PPC G3 fixed
  • Fraps decoding artifacts fixed
You can view the full change log on the support website. Perian is a free System Preference pane that can be downloaded from the Perian project website.

Thanks, Chris!




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