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Name: vidcutter Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.2 Build date: Tue Aug 3 14:47:04 2021
Group: Productivity/Multimedia/Video/Editors and Convertors Build host: obs-arm-11
Size: 13023932 Source RPM: vidcutter-
Summary: Video cutter and joiner
Vidcutter is a Qt5-based application for video trimming/splitting
and merging/joining. The backend is driven by FFmpeg.






* Wed Jun 16 2021 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Update to version
    * Update to latest FFmpeg and mpv and switch to new libmpv
      Render API.
* Fri Dec 04 2020 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Update to version 6.0.5
    * remove mpv.c from pympv so its autogenerated as needed by
    * switch to new libmpv render API
    * python 3.9 updates
    * added content_rating to appdata XML and update release info
* Thu Nov 01 2018 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Update to version 6.0.0
    * MAJOR FEATURE: video filters menu option added to app menu
      accessed via right-click or the bottom-right menu button.
      the first filter available is BLACKDETECT which automatically
      creates clips in your clip index based around black scene
      changes that are detected. selecting the filter once a media
      file has been loaded will prompt for a black scene minimum
      duration in seconds, allowing you to tweak the black frame
      sensitivity to reduce or increase the amount of scenes
      detected. this is mainly useful for skipping commercials
      (e.g. comskip) or auto-detecting scene transitions.
      more filters will be added in future updates.
    * MAJOR FEATURE: automatic chapters created per clip in your
      list. enabled by default and can be toggled via Settings ->
      General and a new toggle button in the left hand side group
      of the UI buttons.
    * MAJOR FEATURE: chapter names can be edited from their
      default set values via new edit chapter option when
      right-clicking on a clip in your list. all clip will default
      to "Chapter <x>" as their default text which is what a media
      center or half-decent player will display in menu and you are
      able to skip directly to each clip point using standard
      previous/next buttons (if they are set in their default
      state, obviously)
    * External media file joins (when wanting to just join a set
      of files using the the ADD button under the Video Index) are
      fixed; the last version broke this once timeline progressbars
      were added. Progress for external joins is displayed in
      progressbars overlaying associated clips directly in the Clip
      Index which replaces timeline progressbar functionality when
      all clips are external (i.e. not loaded via Open Media thus
      not associated with a project)
    * Added new "Enable use of PBOs" setting under the Video
      category for use of pixel buffer objects when rendering
      OpenGL video. Used for noticeable performance improvements
      when working with huge/4K media files.
    * Fixed a bug caused when removing a clip with a start time
      but no end time from your index.
    * OSD (on-screen display) text defined for all user actions +
      standardised OSD case and wording/format.
    * Main clip list's scrolling mode changed to per pixel for
      smoother vertical scrolling and no snapping of clips as they
      are scrolled into view.
    * Fixed clip index heading not extending to full width of list
      when it becomes scrollable when more than 4 clips are added to
      the index.
    * LINUX: all icons, desktop, mime-type, appstream related
      files has have been renamed to domain based app-id
      (com.ozmartians.VidCutter) as per freedesktop specs.
    * UI improvements to media stream dialog; most consistent
      across differing desktop sizes and stream configurations
  - Added vidcutter-susepaths.patch
* Tue Feb 06 2018
  - Install appdata xml file only in /usr/share/metainfo
* Tue Feb 06 2018
  - Update to version 5.5.0
    * The most requested feature is finally added; media stream
      configuration! A new media stream button has been added and
      enabled for use when clips are all derived from the same source
      media OR media files added manually all share the same codecs,
      formats, etc... A view of all detected streams including video,
      audio, text/subtitles. Chapters are not included as they are
      treated differently by FFmpeg and followng the usual rule of
      thumb in VidCutter which is they will be included in your end
      result if the original source is not corrupt or in some weird
      non-standard configuration.
    * Migrated main toolbar buttons from QToolBar + QActions to new
      custom widget VCToolBarButton handling QPushButton with
      attached. This allows working pressed states on existing
      toolbar buttons which QToolBar buttons (for reasons I cannot
      fathom) do not.
    * Tools section added to settings for setting paths to three
      main tools used by VidCutter; FFmpeg, FFprobe and MediaInfo.
      Set to Defaults button reverts changes to defaults, especially
      useful for users of bundled packages of app (AppImage, Windows
      and macOS which contain these tools prepacked). Allows you to
      use different versions of said tools.
    * End of file is now being observed in the mpv library event
      pool so that playback state resets position back to the start,
      in pause and all controls in their default states.
    * Ability to set clip index list to the left or right (default)
      of main window.
    * Support for WTV (.wtv - Windows Recorded TV Show) media files
      (playback and cutting/joining) added.
    * Required dependency of PyOpenGL python module introduced for
      users on slightly older Ubuntu, Fedora and Ubuntu based Linux
      distributions. such as Mint or ElementaryOS. This now fixes
      things if you were experiencing immediate segmentation faults
      when launching. no OpenGL context could be created. Again,
      this only applies to Linux and only to those distro mentioned
      above. No user manual tasks needed, Ubuntu and Fedora packaging
      scripts already updated so it should all be seamless to the end
    * ffprobe code fixed for media that is either problematic or
      imperfect. stdout and stderr streams separated for ffprobe
      calls, thus fixing ffprobe JSON parsing errors and allowing the
      addition of the new .WTV media file format.
    * Minor changes/improvements to a few other front panel buttons
      w/ pressed states where previously unavailable + minor cosmetic
      improvements to color schemes of hover/active state buttons
    * Linux desktop and appdata metadata files switched to reverse
      domain notation file names as per specs
    * Fullscreen mode rewrite for Qt 5.10 changes + better support
      in wayland.
    * OpenGL helpers added to X11 and Wayland based Linux platforms
      to better assist with fullscreen functionality and video render
      compatibility any where an OpenGL context can be created.
    * Updated keyboard shortcuts information to include some added
      keyboard and mouse based shortcuts.
    * Defined cutting regions shown on the timeline are now hidden
      during the "generating thumbnails" process (mainly evident when
      turning thumbnails on/off or resizing the application's window)
    * Better detection and prompting if application exit is
      attempted while video processing jobs in progress, if user
      decides to continue quitting then kill all VidCutter associated
      jobs gracefully and force the usual cleanup routines
* Thu Nov 30 2017
  - Update to version 5.0.5
    * Removal of Python 3 OpenGL module to allow app to work on
      Linux distros containing older 3.0.1 versions of the module.
      The dependency on python3-opengl has now been removed and
      was only necessary for Ubuntu users on Vivid due to a broken
      PyQt5 OpenGL implementation in the core PyOpenGL package.
      Vivid is no longer a supported distro version so it should be
      okay to omit on a permanent basis.
* Wed Nov 29 2017
  - Added missing runtime dependency (python3-typing)
* Fri Nov 17 2017
  - Update to version 5.0.0
    * SmartCut feature introduced for frame accurate cuts; beginning
      and end clip segments are reencoded and joined with middle
      segment for each clip defined in the Clip Index along source
      video's defined keyframes
    * SmartCut enabled via app settings as well as toggle button on
      the main interface. SmartCut can take up to 2 mins vs a few
      seconds so use it only if frame accuracy is a requirement
    * new progress bars on clips in timeline to visualise video
      processing in more accurate and modern way
    * thumbnail generation accuracy fixed so thumbnails generated
      accurately match frame with timecode placement
    * new "View keyframes" button option available under Video Info
      which displays the source video's defined keyframes which are
      utilised by the new SmartCut feature
    * improvements made to standard quick cutting to make them as
      frame accurate as can be given the source's media codec and
    * improvements to stream mapping to help ensure all source
      media's streams (video, audio, text/subtitles) are included
      in the target video produced. only if problems are found
      during the cut/join process will this be abandoned and FFmpeg
      then allowed to make its usual "best choice" in choosing the
      best streams for you
    * single app instance code added along with a settings option to
      force all file manager associated tasks to the single already
      loaded instance of VidCutter
    * .vcp registered as "VidCutter Project file" for Linux and
      Windows installations
    * more debugging information available for the console or
      "--debug" command-line argument
    * new verbose logging option added to settings for even more
      verbose logging in the application log file, console window
      and debug command-line output if running with the "--debug"
      argument (Linux only)
    * new app icon; hopefully this one sticks :-)
    * countless more improvements and fixes that aren't worth
      documenting but available in the freely available commit logs
      if you're interested
* Sat Oct 21 2017
  - Update to version 4.0.5 (no changelog supplied)
  - Spec cleanup
* Sun Aug 20 2017
  - Update to version 4.0.0 (no changelog supplied)
  - Dropped vidcutter-setup.patch (merged upstream)



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