Commit fee6852a authored by Derk-Jan Hartman's avatar Derk-Jan Hartman

NEWS: preparing for 0.5.4 release. Please update the NEWS file everyone.

README.MacOSX.rtf: clarified some things.
parent bab22111
$Id: NEWS,v 1.37 2003/04/08 08:35:59 massiot Exp $
$Id: NEWS,v 1.38 2003/05/05 13:03:23 hartman Exp $
Changes between 0.5.3 and 0.5.4:
---------------------------------
Core Support:
*
Input access:
* fixed a big bug in ftp and http access that prevented many platforms (OSX most prominently) to view ftp and http streams.
Input demux:
*
Codecs:
*
Interfaces:
*
Stream output:
*
Miscellaneous:
*
UNIX ports:
*
Mac OS X port:
* When you add several items to the playlist, they are sorted alphabetically.
* New about panel
* subs are removed more often now.
* transparency option for video out.
* float on top option for video out.
* new output dialog for transcode and display while stream capabilities
Win32 port:
*
iPAQ familiar Linux port:
*
Changes between 0.5.2 and 0.5.3:
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......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ The following frequently asked questions are answered below :\
\f1\b \ul 1. How do I install ?\
2. How do I use VLC media player ?\
3. How do I read an SVCD ?\
3. How do I read an (S)VCD ?\
4. The video is choppy! It's like we're dropping frames.\
5. How do I remove VLC media player ?\
6. Where can I find an older version for Mac OS 9 ?\
......@@ -48,9 +48,9 @@ To use VLC media player, you will need to open the application first and then fr
\f1\b \ul \
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3. How do I read an SVCD ?
3. How do I read an (S)VCD ?
\f0\b0 \ulnone \
VLC media player is currently unable to read SVCD directly from the drive. SVCDs contain plain MPEG-2 files which can be directly read. Just copy the .dat files in the SVCD onto your hard drive, and use the "Open File" menu item in VLC. Some SVCDs can be read if you tell VLC they're VCDs, in the "Open Disc" dialog.\
To view a VCD, you will need to choose "Open Disc" from the "File" menu. Choose VCD and then choose the drive in which you inserted the VCD. VLC media player is currently unable to read SVCD directly from the drive. Some SVCDs can be read if you tell VLC they're VCDs, in the "Open Disc" dialog.\
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......@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ Simply drag VLC from the place where you have installed it, to the Trash.\
- A subtitle is global instead of bound to a playlist-item. This will be fixed in a future version.\
- Only MicroDVD, SubRIP, SSA1-4. SAMI and vplayer subtitle files are supported at the moment.\
- Subs can only be added to .avi and .ogm movie files at the moment.\
- Don't bug us asking for the features mentioned above.\
- Don't bug us asking for the features mentioned above, they are coming.\
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......@@ -138,4 +138,4 @@ Thanks for reading this file. For additional information, subscribe to the VLC m
-- \
Christophe Massiot <massiot@via.ecp.fr> and\
Derk-Jan Hartman <thedj@users.sourceforge.net> for the VideoLAN team.\
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