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HandBrake Release Preview for 0.9.9

Monday, May 06, 2013

"Compatibility means deliberately repeating other people's mistakes."
- David Wheeler

We are getting close to releasing 0.9.9 and require a few more people testing before we can officially push out the new release.

As such, we are releasing a "Preview" build today to showcase the upcoming release.
We encourage anyone who is interested to give the new builds a shot and provide feedback. The build can be downloaded from our sourceforge page. Ubuntu builds remain as nightly builds on the Ubutu PPA page

Check out the release notes for more details.

Please post any bugs or issues you discover in the bugs forum or let us know via our IRC channels.

[ Comments ] can be discussed on our community forums.

HandBrake 0.9.8 Released!

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

"In programming, as in everything else, to be in error is to be reborn."
- Alan J. Perlis

We've decided to push out another release to fix some bugs that cropped up with 0.9.7. This includes all the previous fixes for 0.9.6 including the new AppleTV3 preset and updated iPad preset. Check out the detailed release notes for more details.

Want to contribute to the next major release of HandBrake?
We are currently looking for people who can write Mac (Obj-C) and design Graphics (Vector Icons). If you fall into either of these categories and are willing to help out, please get in touch on the forums or irc.

Check out the Contribute and Ideas pages.

[ Comments ] can be discussed on our community forums.

Calling all Developers and Graphics Artists!

Sunday, June 24, 2012

HandBrake relies heavily on people contributing their time and skills to contiune improving. We currently have a small group of regulars that contribute code, so we would like to encourage others to join in to help grow the project and speed up the development cycle.

We've added a new page to the site today. The Ideas page extends on from our Contribute page with some suggested ideas for features and changes which are desired. We highly encourage any interested individuals to go take a look and get in touch with us if you are interested in helping out!

[ Comments ] can be discussed on our community forums.