dvd video files to iphone – HandBrake
六月 26, 2009, 7:25 上午
Filed under: iPhone 技術交流

HandBrake 0.9.3: Released!


“The trick is to combine your waking rational abilities with the infinite possibilities of your dreams. Because, if you can do that, you can do anything."

Download it now.

Sorry it’s been so long, but we think you’ll all agree this release of HandBrake was worth the wait. Where to begin?

Universal inputHandBrake is no longer limited to DVDs: it will now accept practically any type of video as a source. This massive enhancement was achieved by tapping into the power of libavcodec and libavformat from the FFmpeg project.

Linux GUIThere is now an official GTK graphical interface for Linux, available as a binary for Ubuntu. This is the real deal, interacting directly with HandBrake’s core library instead of just putting a pretty face on a command line interface. It has full feature parity with the Mac interface.

Video qualityThe x264 project has really come into its own this year, and HandBrake 0.9.3 integrates the latest improvements to the H.264 encoding library. Picture quality has enhanced dramatically through the use of psychovisual rate distortion and adaptive quantization, and there have been significant speed optimizations.

Audio flexibilityHandBrake now offers total control over multiple audio tracks.

No more internal DVD decryption Yeah, we know, no one reading this is going “Oh wow, no more DVD decryption–what a great new feature!" but…deal.

HandBrake will dynamically load VLC’s copy of libdvdcss if you have it in your Applications folder in Mac OS X, and if you’re on Linux, and you want to live on the wild side, you can install libdvdcss on your system and get the same effect.

Translation of the last paragraph from nerdese:

We’re not about to stop you from choosing to decrypt DVDs. If you’re on a Mac, and you have VLC 0.9.x installed, you won’t even notice the internal capability’s gone. If you’re on Linux, all you have to do is install a library.

Persistent queuesWhen queueing up a bunch of videos to encode, you need no longer fear a crash in HandBrake’s graphical interfaces. Queued jobs are cached to disk for safekeeping between sessions.

New, better organized presets (Be sure to run “Update Built-In Presets" from the Presets menu!)The presets are now “nested" in folders and have evolved. Notably, there is a new Apple “Universal" preset, designed to play and look good doing so on anything from an iPod Nano to an AppleTV.

There have been many changes to most of them. Please be aware that most presets now use different settings. This means most of them are not suited for benchmarking 0.9.3 against 0.9.2. For example, the AppleTV preset is slower because it is now quality based, and produces much more efficient output. The Normal preset uses psychovisual rate distortion. The High Profile presets use psychovisual trellising. All of these setting changes can influence encoding time and output file size.

For comparison purposes, there are several presets in the Apple->Legacy folder (the old iPod High-Rez, the old AppleTV, and the old iPhone presets) which remain unchanged since 0.9.2.

Audio-video synchronizationHandBrake should now keep lip-synch as well as a DVD player can.

Decomb filterHandBrake now offers a decomb filter, in the style of AviSynth’s. It is a deinterlacer that can be left on all the time without degrading picture quality, because it only deinterlaces video when it visibly needs to be.

Multi-threaded deinterlacingThe “Slow" and “Slower" filters, as well as the new decomb filter, will now take advantage of as many processors as you can throw at them.

“Same as source framerate" really is the same as the source framerateHandBrake now, by default, passes through the exact video framerate of the source instead of smoothing to a constant rate, which could lead to frames being duplicated or dropped.

Theora video encodingHandBrake now can encode video using the Theora codec.

Updated librariesBesides x264, updated libraries include libsamplerate, libogg, xvidcore, libmpeg2, lame, faac, and ffmpeg’s libavcodec, libavformat, and libswscale.

Massive improvements to all interfacesAs hard as it might be to believe, the changes listed above are only the tip of the iceberg. A much longer list is available, but even that is only a brief summary. There have been well over 600 changes to HandBrake’s code base since 0.9.2, including hundreds of bug fixes, and a thorough log can be found on the Trac.

Cydia Sources
六月 22, 2009, 7:22 上午
Filed under: iPhone 技術交流

Cydia Sources

(* indicates sources that can be added through the More Package Sources section in Cydia. Sources without an * will need to be added manually. For more info on adding sources to Cydia (both manually and through Cydia)…check out THIS guide.)

Installous: http://cydia.hackulo.us/       <<

http://repo.benm.at/ ( flash app)


http://apt.ripdev.com <<

www.sinfuliphonerepo.com  <<

cydia.iphonecake.com <<

http://cydia.xsellize.com (cydia cracked app)

http://iphone.tgbus.com/cydia  (iAcces crack app)



A-steriods: http://a-steroids.com/cydia
apt9.yellowsn0w.com: http://apt9.yellowsn0w.com/
BigBoss & Planet-iPhones: http://apt.bigboss.us.com/repofiles/cydia/
cake.mapleidea.com: http://cake.mapleidea.com/cydia/
david.ashman.com: http://david.ashman.com/apt/
*EasyWakeup.net: http://easywakeup.net/repo/
*Hack&Dev: http://iphone.hackndev.org/apt/
*HackThatiFone: http://hackthatifone.com/htif/apt/
*HVKLS: http://hvkls.dyndns.org/downloads/debian/
i.danstaface.net: http://i.danstaface.net/deb/
*iAcces: http://www.iacces.com/apt/
*iClarified: http://cydia.iclarified.com/
*iFoneTec: http://app.ifonetec.com/cydia/
*iMobileCinema: http://d.imobilecinema.com/

iSpazio: http://www.ispaziorepo.com/cydia/apt/
*MacCiti: http://macciti.com/cydia/
ModMyi.com (formally ModMyiFone.com): http://apt.modmyi.com/
*namedfork.net: http://apt.namedfork.net/iphone/
Niklas Schroder: http://apt.paperclipsandscrambledeggs.com/
*PwnCenter: http://apt.pwncenter.com/
*Ranbee: http://ranbee.com/repo
*RichCreations: http://www.richcreations.com/iphone/apt/
*RupertGee: http://redwolfberry.com/rupertgee/cydia/
*SaladSoft: http://nickplee.com/cydiasource/
*Sleepers.net: http://repo.sleepers.net/cydia/
Ste Packaging: http://repo.smxy.org/cydia/apt/
*Steffwiz: Now part of PwnCenter Source
Telesphoreo Tangelo: http://apt.saurik.com/
*Touch-Mania (German): http://cydia.touch-mania.com/
*UrbanFanatics.com: http://urbanfanatics.com/cydia/
ZodTTD: http://www.zodttd.com/repo/cydia/

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Listing 113 New Features in iPhone OS 3.0
六月 13, 2009, 1:50 上午
Filed under: iPhone 技術交流
1. Cut/Paste

2. Copy/Paste
3. Shake to undo/redo typing
4. Text selection for easy mass deletion
5. MMS
6. Landscape keyboard in Notes
7. Landscape keyboard in Mail
8. Landscape keyboard in Messages
9. Forward texts or picture messages
10. Delete individual texts or picture messages
11. Sending progress bar in Messages app moved to title instead of over the keyboard area (allows typing new message while the first one is sending)
12. USB tethering
13. Bluetooth tethering
14. Stereo bluetooth (A2DP)
15. Spotlight search (searches all app titles, mail, media, contact details, and calendar appointments)
16. Search in Notes
17. Search in Mail
18. Search in iPod
19. In-App purchases
20. Option to have double clicking the home button go to the Spotlight Search

21. Option to have double clicking the home button go to the Camera
22. Preview icon in lower left hand corner for last shot taken in Camera app
23. Shake to shuffle in iPod
24. Scrolling of screenshots in App Store
25. Type of phone used under each call in Recents (i.e., mobile, home, work, etc.)
26. Call history log (including call duration)
27. Option to Share Contact in each contact listing
28. Hold link in Safari to Copy
29. Hold link in Safari to Open in New Page
30. Auto Fill contact information, usernames and passwords in Safari
31. Login to your YouTube account
32. See Comments in YouTube
33. Subscribe in YouTube
34. Rate in YouTube
35. Shake to undo what you have typed
36. Option to retry sending failed text messages, indicated by red exclamation point next to text
37. Turn-by-turn GPS capabilities
38. Maps can be run inside other applications
39. Access to dock port for accessories to communicate
40. Peer-to-peer connectivity using Bluetooth (no Wi-Fi required)
41. New Voice memo application
42. Extended Parental controls
43. Anti-phishing
44. Wi-Fi auto login
45. Note syncing in iTunes
46. Improved Stocks app
47. New calendar types (CalDAV)
48. Prompt to confirm deleting a note
49. Prompt to confirm deleting a photo
50. Option to select multiple photos to attach to an email
51. “Find My iPhone” option for MobileMe users
52. Unlimited size podcast downloads over 3G
53. Pushing home button on first home screen takes user to Spotlight
54. Pushing home button on Spotlight takes user to first home screen
55. Variable speed playback for audio books
56. App Store subscriptions
57. Push notifications
58. Audio/Video tags
59. New video streaming capabilities (HTML 5 video, h.264 and HTTP)
60. Calendar subscriptions
61. iTunes login
62. iTunes account creation
63. Encypted profiles
64. LDAP (directory services)
65. VPN on-demand
67. Proxy support
68. OTA profiles
69. Revoke certificates
70. Exchange ActiveSync Policies
71. Media scrubber
72. More languages
73. Improved keyboards
74. Failed app updates now are shown in a duplicate icon and labeled “Paused”
75. When selecting multiple emails to forward/delete, any unread emails’ blue dot are shown next to the red selector dot instead of being overridden by the red selector dot
76. Non-contact phone calls list their city and state of origin in Recents and Visual Voicemail under the number.
77. Ability to change ringtones straight from Favorites
78. Lap time display now displayed smaller and above time in Stopwatch
79. Polished Phone, Messages, and iPod icons
80. Swipe to delete notes in the Notes app
81. Advanced Bluetooth options for Handsfree devices
82. Option to close a single web page in Safari page view, which immediately opens a new blank page
83. Improved predictive dictionary
84. Blue dot now displayed in center of location circle in Maps (V1 only)
85. Listening to music while charging the battery now displays the album art instead of the battery
86. Smaller font for song title on lock screen
87. Option in Phone Settings to choose your phone number
88. Option to disable text message reminder alerts
89. Option to disable text message previews
90. Option to show subject field in text messages
91. Ability to integrate iPod music into apps
92. Clickable email links in App Store app descriptions
93. JavaScript 3x speed boost
94. 11 homescreens now allowed
95. Reboots to “slide to unlock” screen instead of homescreen
96. In Settings>General>Home>Search Results, users can choose what is searched on the phone and in what order.
97. Application count added in Settings>General>About
98. Option “Load Remote Images” added in Mail settings
99. Global address book option available if Exchange account is set up
100. Speed control in audiobooks
101. 30 second repeat option for audiobooks
102. Improved scrubbing speeds when holding white dot in song progress bar in iPod
103. When sending a text, your text box where you typed smoothly fades from white to green instead of instantly changing from white to green.
104. When moving an app across homescreens, holding the app on either the left or right side will slowly advance the app one through one homescreen at a time, without leaving empty spots in the bottom right corner or each homescreen it advances through.
105. Album name displayed on lockscreen iPod controls
106. Shake to shuffle on lockscreen iPod controls
107. Podcasts saved on iPhone now show Run Time, Time Left and Date Published
108. Screen goes from dimmed to full brightness after each song when playing the iPod while plugged in
109. WAVE file support in Mail
110. Attachment no longer automatically downloaded until user taps the attachment in Mail
111. When using a bluetooth headset with iPod, volume bar is removed and bluetooth headset name is displayed in its place.
112. A hard reset on your phone (holding sleep and home for 10 seconds) now turns it off instead of restarting it.
113. A space is no longer needed between two words for predictive texting to function.