What's new in Radi v0.5.5
Undo and Redo are now supported throughout the application. (If you find any places were undo is missing, please let me know! You can use the Feedback item in the Help menu within the app.)
There are a few cases where undo behaves incorrectly in some circumstances. The Conduit Editor and timeline event inspector have some of these bugs. They'll be fixed for the next version.
Google's WebM / VP8 format is now supported on video export.
WebM, also known as by the video codec's name VP8, is a new media format created by Google. Its main advantage is that it is freely available and not encumbered by patents and royalties, at least according to Google's claims.
The WebM format is an important part of the HTML5 web because Google has chosen to support it exclusively in the Chrome browser.
Radi now automatically exports all three HTML5 video formats (WebM/VP8, Ogg Theora and MPEG-4/H.264). The video export process is multithreaded, so if you have a multicore Mac, there's no performance hit from outputting all these formats.
Fixed bugs with filters applied to image or video layers getting incorrectly cropped.
Looking for more? Each Radi version tends to focus on slightly different features. The previous update introduced a new concept of timeline events. In case you missed that one, check it out:
What's new in Radi 0.5.4
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