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  • The updated media information reader
  • MediaInfoNV renamed to MediaInfoReader
  • Improved logging
  • Updated Video Player demo
  • Fixed issue with Pan effect in x64 build
  • Fixed issue with Blur effect
  • Fixed FFMPEG source memory leak
  • Added standard tags support for video and audio files, including MP4, WMV, MP3, AAC, M4A, Ogg Vorbis, and other formats. Media Player SDK can read tags, Video Capture SDK and Video Edit SDK can write tags
  • Separate capture API now has SeparateCapture_Filename_Mask property to configure file name that will be used for auto split by duration or size
  • Added delayed start in all SDKs. This feature can be used to start multiple SDK controls almost at the same time. Check Start_DelayEnabled description
  • Audio effects are now written on C# and can be used in x64 applications. Old effects usage is saved as "legacy" if you will have some issues with new filters or API
  • Improved information reading for some Speex files
  • Error tracking is now added to the Visual Studio Output window, you'll see all errors that come from the OnError event (but without diagnostic information)
  • Added settings serialization to JSON format
  • LAV playback engine (FFMPEG based) added to Media Player SDK .Net
  • Blu-Ray playback in Media Player SDK .Net
  • Custom video effects 3rd-party filters can be added by CLSID now, before or after the main effects filter/sample grabber
  • Added MP3 splitter to resolve issues with some MP3 files, that can't be playable using the default splitter
  • VisioForge.Controls.WinForms and VisioForge.Controls. WPF assemblies are now replaced by "VisioForge.Controls.UI"
  • Updated VLC source filter (libVLC, improved RTMP and HTTPS support, resolved memory leak issue
  • Video effects are seriously optimized for the latest Intel CPUs


  • Updated VLC engine (libVLC
  • The updated media information reader
  • Updated FFMPEG engine


  • Video_Renderer_Stretch property changed to Video_Renderer_StretchMode, in WPF new mode available
  • Added Video Encryption SDK v9 support, now file or binary data can be used as a key, AES-256 strong encryption available


  • Added animated GIF support as image logo
  • Added audio enhancements (normalization, auto gain, manual gain)
  • Added SDK_Version / SDK_State properties to see SDK assemblies used version and registration info
  • Added licensing event to check required SDK edition
  • Audio volume API has been changed, now volume in percent


  • Added video H264 CPU / Intel QuickSync decoder
  • Added custom DirectShow video filters support
  • Added OnNewFilePlaybackStarted event
  • Updated Ogg Vorbis decoder
  • Added WebM decoders
  • Frame grabber API changes
  • Several bug fixes


  • Video rotation on-the-fly video effect
  • Updated FFMPEG source
  • 4K-ready video effects
  • API change - video renderer-related Screen_ properties renamed to Video_Renderer_...
  • VMR-9 / EVR Zoom shift bug fixed
  • Custom video renderer background color for all renderers
  • Direct2D video renderer with live video rotation (BETA)
  • WPF controls the background image
  • Several bug fixes


  • Updated FFMPEG decoder
  • Several bug fixes


  • Several bug fixes


  • VLC engine implemented for video/audio files playback
  • Several bug fixes


  • Reverse playback
  • Several bug fixes


  • Video encryption support
  • Several bug fixes


  • Fade-in / fade-out video effect added
  • Playlist support
  • Several bug fixes


  • Several bug fixes
  • Improved chroma key
  • Improved text logo
  • Changed video effects API


  • Barcode reader (QR Code, UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-8, EAN-13, Code 39, Code 93, Code 128, Codabar, ITF, RSS-14, Data Matrix, Aztec, PDF-417)
  • Several bug fixes


  • Pan/zoom video effect
  • Video/audio tagging API
  • Small bug fixes


  • Windows 8 RTM support
  • improved video effects
  • new FFMPEG-based playback engine


  • Windows 8 Customer Preview support
  • improved video effects


  • improved OpenCL support
  • Windows 8 Developer Preview support
  • improved video effects


  • Minor bug fixes
  • New main installer and redist installers


  • Improved video effects
  • Minor bug fixes
  • New demo applications
  • New optimizations for Intel Core II / Atom, AMD netbook CPUs


  • All .Net SDK's statically linked to MS VC++, and additional runtime installation that sometimes causes problems are no longer required
  • Improved video effects
  • New optimizations for Intel Core i7 CPUs


  • Motion detection
  • Chroma-key
  • MMS / WMV source
  • Integrated AForge.Net for object detection and improved video processing
  • Video effects optimized for Intel Atom and Core i3/i5/i7 now
  • Direct processing of decoded video/audio streams