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Avidemux 2.7 Open-Source Video Editor Adds FFmpeg 3.3 Support, VP9 Decoding Fix

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The AviDemux 2.7 stable release is now available with support for the FFMpeg 3.3.x open-source multimedia framework for decoding and encoding video streams. FFmpeg 3.3 "Hilbert" was released last year in April and adds several new decoders, encoders, demuxers, and filters, along with support for spherical videos.

Avidemux 2.7 also adds various UI improvements to the MPlayer eq2 video filter, fixes VP9 decoding, uses rubber bands for crop in filters, implements the Ctrl+Shift+C keyboard shortcut to allow users to copy the current PTS (presentation timestamp) to clipboard, and supports Korean language translation.

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