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XviD 1.0.0 final released
AndyMutz
post May 16 2004, 22:37
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The development team is happy to announce the immediate availability of XviD 1.0.0 release. Though this version number is purely symbolic, it's still an important step, and the "xvid-team" hopes you'll enjoy all the efforts that have been put in this 1.0 numbered version. Thanks to all users who: reported bugs, sent patches and helped us improve XviD up to an 1.0 quality level. Happy encoding and stay tuned for improvements in upcoming releases.
Changes since 1.0.0 RC4 (Hola):

* xvidcore:
o minor bug in trellis quantification optimization
o speedup for vhq>1 & qpel modes (motion search was done twice, one in SAD mode and one in RD mode)
o Fixed MV clipping with non valid DivX 5 based sequences
o Fixed RGB 16 bit C functions.
o Fixed posible VOL header corruption for fps=1 encodes.
o DC misprediction caused by bad value clipping (bug forwarded to the ffmpeg project too).

* VFW fontend:
o Fixed mismatching of hints<->widgets

* DShow decoder frontend:
o none

You can read a more detailed description of the changes in the ChangeLog file available in the top directory of the inflated sources tarball.

source: http://www.xvid.org

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Download: http://koepi.roeder.goe.net/xvid.shtml
Doom9 thread: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=76339
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aron
post May 17 2004, 00:34
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where can i find compilations of this final release? (koepi's page is down.)

are there any mirrors of koepi's compile? koepi's is the recommended win32 binary, right? or is nic's? maybe it doesn't matter...

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post May 17 2004, 05:21
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What happened to http://www.xvid.org ?

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XviD owned ?? oohhhh yeahhh BloodBR ownz XviD - sorry admin leak@hackermail.com
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rjamorim
post May 17 2004, 05:31
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LOL. Another defacement by brazilian hackers.

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post May 17 2004, 05:49
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w0w, thats freaking crazy!
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post May 17 2004, 05:57
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QUOTE (Louie @ May 17 2004, 01:49 AM)
w0w, thats freaking crazy!

Well, look at the good side.

They are being slashdotted. That minimalist page (80 bytes!) will save them lots of bandwidth smile.gif


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post May 17 2004, 06:06
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here is the mirror.
Click Here wink.gif
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post May 17 2004, 08:14
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I got this from /. more hits from the same h4x00r group:

http://www.himpex.net/
http://enet-shop.planetmodz.com/
http://www.reneeanddolan.net/b2/index.php.hack
http://www.latinoarts.net/www/
http://www.1000g.de/
http://www.envolution.at/


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post May 17 2004, 08:34
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QUOTE (Artemis3 @ May 17 2004, 04:14 AM)
I got this from /. more hits from the same h4x00r group:

It's obvious we don't have anything better to do >_<

Maybe one of the reasons we are underdeveloped.


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post May 17 2004, 09:05
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It is a shame some smuck has to take down the site to bring attention to himself. Whoever that guy is; shame on him! Anyway just to give the heads up, you can look for some pretty cool things in post 1.0 builds cool.gif.
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post May 17 2004, 09:10
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QUOTE (Bonzi @ May 17 2004, 09:05 AM)
you can look for some pretty cool things in post 1.0 builds cool.gif.

the saga continues biggrin.gif

still now its time for a bunch of encodes using "the final" smile.gif


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post May 17 2004, 12:27
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2004/05/17 -- XVID site cracked. Unfortunately, right after we released the long-awaited XviD 1.0 final, the XviD web server got cracked and many files were deleted. Whoever did this, we actually don't find this funny at all. We're currently working hard to recover from this attack. However it will take us (at least) a couple of days to be back. Meanwhile, we've mirrored the 1.0 final announcement below and you can still download all the XviD 1.0 final source code packages from the files section at the bottom of this page.
We're very sorry for this inconvenience!

The XVID team


Unfortunatelly, they didn't just deface it. These script kiddies must think it's l33t deleting files of an open-source project like XviD.

What a losers...
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post May 17 2004, 14:04
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Perhaps it was a DivX-developer who hacked it! wink.gif laugh.gif biggrin.gif

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vio_man
post May 17 2004, 16:56
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It's very sad that the XviD has been cracked. XviD is an open-source and volunteer based project, with no profitable goals. I can't understand why some one thinks doing this kind of mess. Go deface greedy companies sites but not free software.
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post May 17 2004, 17:02
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QUOTE (vio_man @ May 17 2004, 05:56 PM)
It's very sad that the XviD has been cracked. XviD is an open-source and volunteer based project, with no profitable goals. I can't understand why some one thinks doing this kind of mess. Go deface greedy companies sites but not free software.

Perhaps the greedy companies are hacking the Xvid site.
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post May 17 2004, 17:29
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QUOTE (askoff @ May 17 2004, 08:02 AM)
Perhaps the greedy companies are hacking the Xvid site.

Wow, you're even more paranoid than I am.
congratulations:)
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post May 18 2004, 00:20
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QUOTE (vio_man @ May 17 2004, 07:56 AM)
Go deface greedy companies sites but not free software.

Or don't deface any sites at all.

In any case I'm glad that final is here. xvid + autoGK = smile.gif
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post May 18 2004, 01:39
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I use autoGK too. Excellent program. smile.gif
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post May 18 2004, 02:02
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QUOTE (vio_man @ May 17 2004, 07:56 AM)
I can't understand why some one thinks doing this kind of mess.

Why? Is there a why in pure vandalism? Beyond the joy (?) of destroying something, make some noise, and be noticed by your peers?
No need to rationalize it, it's irrational. Just some kiddies wanna smash stuff up. Preferably the result of somebody elses hard & honest work....


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post May 28 2004, 02:34
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TINAT (This is not a Troll): Will we EVER see a binary version of Xvid? Of course I know about unofficial builds blah blah blah but I think Xvid will always be underground if they can never release binaries on their website. Then again, maybe it would be better or they want it that way?
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post May 28 2004, 03:11
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QUOTE (mp4junkie @ May 28 2004, 02:34 AM)
Will we EVER see a binary version of Xvid? Of course I know about unofficial builds blah blah blah but I think Xvid will always be underground if they can never release binaries on their website.

a lot of ppl use xvid these days, in terms of reputation and spread of knowledge about the codec, the project is not underground at all.
futhermore, as long as Koepi belongs to the scene (and we had more or less well founded rumours of him leaving for good at least two times (at IRC)) binaries will always be readily available at his site...
so I don't realy see a problem here.


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post Jun 7 2004, 10:23
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XviD 1.0.1 bugfix release:

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We are happy to announce a new release. This one is a bugfix release only.
It is source and binary compatible with the previous version. You are
strongly encouraged to use this new version.

Changes since 1.0.0 final:

* xvidcore
- DC misprediction caused by missing value clipping (this one for real).
- Fixed bugs triggered by 1fps sequences in decoder.
- Fixed bug in trellis that was causing block skipping in later stages.
- Fixed some ME buglet that could cause suboptimal results for bframes.

* VFW frontend
- Fixed error in bitrate calc when given bitrate and size (2.4%).
- Added ICM compatibility for Office Suites (OpenOffice.org, MS Office...).
- Added more known audio filetypes.

* Debian dir
- removed from the release tarball in an effort to get the package
into SID as a non native package.

The files are available in the download section of XviD.org:
http://www.xvid.org/downloads.html


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