DVDStyler 2.6 released with many improvements [Download Link]

November 15, 2013 — 2 Comments

DVDStyler 2.6 Ubuntu

The DVD authoring tool DVDStyler has released version 2.6 with many improvements and bugfixes. According to the changelog, DVDStyler 2.6:

  • added slideshow transitions
  • loop slideshow audio
  • added support of ffmpeg audio filters (see https://ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg-filters.html)
  • added possibility to specify output directory
  • added command line options “temp”, “iso” and “device”
  • added displaying of progress by loading files
  • added printing of the title size information in log
  • fixed handling of unicode filenames on Windows
  • fixed upmix to 5.1
  • fixed calculation of borders for keeping aspect ratio
  • updated ffmpeg to version 2.0.1

The DEBs packages for Debian user is availale in Sid’s (unstable) main repository.

Source code and Windows, Mac OS packages are available in official downpage.

For Ubuntu, DVDStyler 2.6 is not available in any PPA so far due to the dependency problem. You can install the v2.5.2 from Ubuntu Software Center.

DVD Styler 2.5.2

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2 responses to DVDStyler 2.6 released with many improvements [Download Link]

  1. Michael Kyritsis November 30, 2013 at 6:58 pm

    “For Ubuntu, DVDStyler 2.6 is not available in any PPA so far due to the dependency problem” Err, you lost me there. What is the dependency problem? Please explain so that I know whether I’m wasting my time – I’m an Ubuntu user (version 13.10) and I think I’ve found a bug in 2.5.2 (cannot attach an audio clip to a menu), should I spend some hours trying to build 2.6.1 from source, or am I going to run into this dependency problem you mention?

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