Quicktime for Linux lets you read and write Quicktime movies using several codecs. There are many Quicktime libraries for Linux; this one emphasizes reliability and accuracy while not stressing economy. Also included are frontends to several of the codecs which don't require Quicktime encapsulation, header dump, chunk extraction, and recovery tools.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Video Software Development Libraries|
Release Notes: Selectively caching GOP frames to speed up reverse playback. Library upgrades for x264 and ffmpeg.
Release Notes: H.264 encoding and decoding is here. MPEG-4 Video/MPEG-4 Audio encoding has finally been standardized to play back on the commercial players for Windows.
Release Notes: Write buffering is now only enabled for writing headers. Floating point color conversions were added to support more editing capabilities. There is now H.263 decoding.
Release Notes: This release has decoding of compressed headers and mp4v decoding. Sorenson Video 1 and 3 playback is supported through ffmpeg.
Release Notes: A memory leak in raw.c with temp_rows has been removed. RLE decoding has been added.