FFmpeg 3.2 “Hypatia” Open Source Multimedia Framework Officially Released

Dubbed “Hypatia” and cut from Git master on the 26th of October, 2016, the new FFmpeg 3.2 branch is now considered stable, well-tested, and ready for production. It includes up-to-date library versions like libavutil 55.34.100, libavcodec 57.64.100, libavformat 57.56.100, libavdevice 57.1.100, libavfilter 6.65.100, libavresample 3.1.0, libswscale 4.2.100, libswresample 2.3.100, and libpostproc 54.1.100. For a complete list of the changes and improvements implemented in the major FFmpeg 3.2 “Hypatia” release, we recommend that you check out the Git changelog. FFmpeg 3.2 arrives approximately four months after the release of FFmpeg 3.1 “Laplace,” which reached end of life with the FFmpeg 3.1.5 maintenance update announced earlier this week right here on this space.