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My Last Year [v0.04.3] [APK]



Hello everyone!After more than a year of development, it's time to release a new stable snapshot! The reason these have not happened as often is that I've had to deal with time and energy constraints. However, it's finally time to release a new snapshot and continue towards major progress for this project.Regarding PGE Engine development, the recent release of the source code of a game that was one of the inspirations for me beginning this project means I now have a better source of knowledge that will greatly benefit me with engine development. In other words, after the release of this snapshot, some difficult development work for the PGE Engine is upcoming.




My Last Year [v0.04.3] [APK]


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You can solder wires directly to the board or use IDC (Insulation Displacement Contact) connectors. The 40-pin IDC is the connector that was used on computer drive ribbon cables for years and old computer cables can be used. A heavier cable, called DuPont cable is recommend for long term use though. Later in the IDE/ATA interfaces life the speed was increased and this required a new fine 80-wire cable. These cables are NOT compatible. Some of the pins are connected together causing the magic blue smoke to be released.


A new major release, FFmpeg 6.0 "Von Neumann", is now available for download. This release has many new encoders and decoders, filters, ffmpeg CLI tool improvements, and also, changes the way releases are done. All major releases will now bump the version of the ABI. We plan to have a new major release each year. Another release-specific change is that deprecated APIs will be removed after 3 releases, upon the next major bump. This means that releases will be done more often and will be more organized.


After seven years the native FFmpeg AAC encoder has had its experimental flag removed and declared as ready for general use. The encoder is transparent at 128kbps for most samples tested with artifacts only appearing in extreme cases. Subjective quality tests put the encoder to be of equal or greater quality than most of the other encoders available to the public.


The majority of the work done to bring the encoder up to quality was started during this year's GSoC by developer Claudio Freire and Rostislav Pehlivanov. Both continued to work on the encoder with the latter joining as a developer and mainainer, working on other parts of the project as well. Also, thanks to Kamedo2 who does comparisons and tests, the original authors and all past and current contributors to the encoder. Users are suggested and encouraged to use the encoder and provide feedback or breakage reports through our bug tracker.


MediaHub Ltd. is a Bulgarian IPTV platform and services provider which uses FFmpeg heavily since it started operating a year ago. "Donating to help keep FFmpeg online is our way of giving back to the community" .


The last and most ambitious part of the project was to update ffserver to make use of the new API. It would prove that the API is usable to implement real HTTP servers, and expose the points where more control was needed. By the end of the summer, a first working patch series was undergoing code review.


The resignation of Michael Niedermayer as leader of FFmpeg yesterday has come by surprise. He has worked tirelessly on the FFmpeg project for many years and we must thank him for the work that he has done. We hope that in the future he will continue to contribute to the project. In the coming weeks, the FFmpeg project will be managed by the active contributors.


The last four years have not been easy for our multimedia community - both contributors and users. We should now look to the future, try to find solutions to these issues, and to have reconciliation between the forks, which have split the community for so long.


Following our previous post regarding our participation on this year's OPW (Outreach Program for Women), we are now reaching out to our users (both individuals and companies) to help us gather the needed money to secure our spot in the program. We need to put together 6K USD as a minimum but securing more funds would help us towards getting more than one intern. You can donate by credit card using Click&Pledge and selecting the "OPW" option. If you would like to donate by money transfer or by check, please get in touch by e-mail and we will get back to you with instructions.Thanks!


Once again FFmpeg will be represented at LinuxTag in Berlin, Germany. The event will take place from 8th to 10th of May. Please note that this year's LinuxTag is at a different location closer to the city center. 041b061a72


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