FFmpeg 3.1.3 “Laplace” Open-Source Multimedia Framework Now Available for Linux

FFmpeg 3.1 was announced two months ago, at the end of June, and it introduced a multitude of new features to make the popular multimedia backend even more reliable and handy to game and application developers. Dubbed Laplace, FFmpeg 3.1 is currently the most advanced FFmpeg release, cut from Git master on June 26, 2016. FFmpeg 3.1.3 is now the latest stable update to the Laplace series, available for all supported platforms, including GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows, and it promises to update many of the core components and libraries that are used for encoding and decoding various audio and video streams.