Features of Cuttermaran
This program supports MPEG1, MPEG2 video and MPEG1, MPEG2 and AC3 audio.
Changes from Cuttermaran 1.68a to Cuttermaran 1.69
• libmpeg2 - Update to version 0.4.1
• DirectShowLib - Update to version 1.5
• Bugfixes: A huge list of fixes I don't remember ;-)
• A lot of bugfixes and features by Elmü:
- Feature: Update to latest Mplex version (2.2.4)
- Feature: Mplex ported from Linux into .NET 1.1 Assembly
- Feature: New window with display of progress and coloured messages from Mplex
- Feature: Mplex runs with CPU load reduced to 40% while minimized.
- Feature: All providers (QuEnc, TmpgEnc, Mplex, Imago) can be aborted and minimized now
- Feature: Optional display of Cut-Out picture AND Cut-In picture when selecting a cut in cutlist
- Feature: Display of frame-type (I, P, B) in cutlist
- Feature: TabControl with one video tab for each open video file.
- Feature: Shuttlebar with logarithmic speed.
- Feature: Scrollbar with coloured background for each cut and interesting stream point.
- Feature: Minimizing the main window while cutting and display of progress in taskbar.
- Feature: Decreasing CPU load to approx 40% while cutting when main window is minimized.
- Feature: Second progressbar displays total progress while cutting.
- Feature: Turning on/off separately the docking/floating and resizing of GUI windows.
- Feature: New button "Play Next" in preview window plays the next cut preview.
- Feature: Ask user if he wants to save unsaved changes not only when exiting the program.
- Feature: Hint when trying to cut on a B or P frame if no encoder is active.
- The current version requires Microsoft .NET Framework
which is only included in XP.
on 01 November 2005, reviewed by: Aitch
This is a Great program one of the few that can keep the saved product's sound and vision in sync no matter what.
One small improvment would be have the display work on more than one desktop resolution, at present you have to be running 1024x576.
With more and more HTPC being built using domestic TV receivers, not PC monitors, the addition of 600x800 mode for domestic TV receivers would make Cuttermaran perfect.