Release Notes: Support for VLC and GStreamer 1.0 on Linux. Support for building 64-bit binaries for Windows. Support for GTK-3 on Windows. Buttons to jump 1 and 10 minutes forward or backward and also to jump to the beginning of the film. Menu options to shift timing (by adding/subtracting fixed time) and for expanding (by multiplying/dividing by a fixed value) for all subtitles from the current one onward. Original video size is now preserved in GStreamer.
Release Notes: Support for GTK3 as well as GTK2, choice will be made at compile time. Support for GStreamer for video playback. Windows support (limitations: vbsd is not available; GTK-2 only is supported, no GTK-3 yet; GStreamer is the only player supported, no MPLayer). Support for i18n via gettext (provided translations for Bulgarian, Russian, English). vbss improvements: font family & face selection, font colour and background selection, font justification selection (all via vbsc). vbsd now can be started by a System V init or by systemd. Proper startup scripts are provided.
Release Notes: This release can not only manually synchronize a text file with a video stream to create a subtitles file, but also can play back a subtitle file or relay it through a small server to multiple clients. VBS now consists of several pieces: vbsm (the "master" client to do the timing of subtitles, with or without video playback), vbss (the "slave" client, which can play back a subtitle file or can receive subtitles from a server and show them in realtime), vbsd (the server which relay the subtitles), and vbsc (a configuration utility).