WarpVision

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WarpVision
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Version
Vendor
Author Alex Strelnikov
License GNU GPL / Open Source
Download wvgui_20070625.zip
Website

WarpVision is an OS/2 multimedia player that supports the latest formats, as well as the latest hardware features.

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Features

  • Video playback of all of the major formats (DVD, DivX-3, DivX-4, DivX-5, XViD, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, AVI, ASF and Quicktime/Sorenson v1)
  • Audio playback of all of the major formats (AC3, PCM, MP3, WMA)
  • Hardware-accelerated playback of supported formats (through use of HW EnDIVE driver or WarpOverlay!), with acurate sync for fast & slow CPUs
  • Decoding has been optimized through support of enhanced instruction sets (3D-Now!, MMX, MMX2, SSE, MMXEXT)
  • DVD options include selection of DVD title, angle, chapter, subtitle language, soundtrack language (even select from multiple instances of the same language)
  • Accelerated fullscreen and windowed playback, as well as the ability to play as a desktop's wallpaper (Out to Desktop function)
  • Switchable 4:3/16:9/4:3 with clipped edges (via GUI or hotkeys), option to maintain aspect ratio (during dynamic resize of windows and in fullscreen mode)
  • On-the-fly snap-to (zoom) 1:1, 2:2, 3:3, 4:4 and 5:5 through menu or hotkeys
  • Media seek via scroll-wheel (including wireless keyboard scroll wheel), hotkeys or GUI slider
  • Four-channel and six-channel audio support
  • Extensive named pipe control
  • Auto-detection of colour encoding scheme, auto-conversion between schemes to YUY422 done using enhanced instruction sets
  • Tons of post processing options
  • Skin support (BMP and PNG format)
  • Playlist functionality includes support for creation and use of WinAmp playlists, as well as the ability to autoload the last-used playlist on startup
  • Saves the last position stopped at during playback, for resuming from that point at a later time
  • Displays current position in the playing media, and alternately displays the current local time (in the GUI, when media isn't playing)
  • On-the-fly sliders, command line controls and hotkeys for setting of brightness, contrast, saturation, hue, gamma correction and volume
  • Re-sampling of audio to 44.1kHz or 48kHz, to facilitate support of various audio chipsets
  • Ability to easily change thread priority (class and delta)
  • Any command line options set for the WarpVision CLI are stored and used automatically on next execution

Authors

  • Alex Strelnikov - Author of the WarpVision "kernel", providing us with the porting and adaptation of audio & video CODECs, sync, resampling and more
  • Vlad Stelmahovsky - WarpVision GUI author, providing skin support, the player's PM interface and the WVGUI builds
  • Alex Samorukov - Provider of silly advice, skins, Web support and organization of the project
  • Konstantin Okounkov - Provider of project management, Web support and documentation
  • Yvon Letourneau - Provider of English proofreading for Kiev Elephant

Credits

WarpVision uses some code from many different GPL projects, including mplayer (libmpdemux, mp3lib), ffmpeg (extremely fast DivX/MPEG), xine (some stuff for gamma correction), liba52, mpeg2dec (libmpeg2) and Andy Zabolotny's libraries (libdart and libdive). All product names mentioned are property of their respective owners.