LiveVisionKit 1.2.1 is here! This update brings the Linux version into feature parity with the Windows release, along with initial support for language translations (Spanish and English only at the moment), and various fixes and improvements that aim to make the use of LiveVisionKit a bit more robust.
Note that OBS-Studio 27.2.4 versions have been provided for backwards compatibility, named 'OBS27...' - these will be discontinued going forwards.
* Updated to support OBS-Studio 28.0.3.
* Updated the OpenCV library to version 4.6.0.
* Added language localization support for all filters.
* Added Spanish and English (UK) translations, with more to come in the future.
* Enabled OpenCL-OpenGL interoperability on Linux, allowing all filters to efficiently run as effect filters on systems which support the `cl_khr_gl_sharing` OpenCL extension (currently Nvidia only).
* Added a backup OpenCL-OpenGL compatibility layer for when the aforementioned interoperability functions are not supported, or fail to pass driver tests. This allows all filters to run as effect filters at the cost of worse performance.
* Filters which do not support HDR (introduced in OBS 28) will now automatically disable themselves when presented with HDR video, and must be manually re-enabled outside of HDR content.
* The Video Stabilization filter will now re-synchronize its internal queues they ever (somehow) become out of sync.
* The Video Stabilization filter no longer needs to completely restart when changing the smoothing radius.
* Video filters which introduce a stream delay will no longer crash if an expected frame goes missing and cannot be found.
* Added various new log messages.
Changes & Fixes
* Fixed the Video Stabilization filter's 'stream delay' value being one frame too long.
* Fixed an issue where the Video Stabilizer, running as a video filter, would sometimes fail to respect effect filters which resize the video.
* Reduced the chance of a crash when the Video Stabilizer is suddenly presented with a frame of a new size (while processing a '.webm' video).
* Increased the Video Stabilization filter's minimum smoothing radius from 2 to 4 for future maintainability reasons.
* Changed the default Video Stabilization suppression mode value to 'strict' in order to enforce better stabilization out of the box.
* Slightly optimized the Video Stabilizer's CPU usage when applying a crop.
* Removed any logic which could introduce potentially buggy behavior on different systems when presented with an unsigned integer underflow.
* Fixed various memory leaks and segfaults caused by improper termination of the OpenCL context on certain Linux distributions.
* Removed the use of AVX extensions for better CPU compatibility. This will be re-introduced in the future if the performance penalty increases.