|Debugging Tools for Windows||
Debugging Tools for NT-Based Operating Systems
The debuggers in the Debugging Tools for Windows package can run on all NT-based operating systems. They can debug any applications, services, or drivers that run on these operating systems. They do not support Windows 95/98/Me.
The Debugging Tools for Windows package includes documentation on WinDbg, KD, CDB, and NTSD, along with tips on how to debug various kinds of drivers and applications, how to create and analyze a crash dump file, how to run a remote debugging session, and how to use debugger extension commands. This package also includes several additional debugging tools and support tools.Debugging Tools for Windows supports debugging of:
WinDbg uses the Microsoft Visual Studio debug symbol formats for source-level debugging. It can access any public function's names and variables exposed by modules that were compiled with Codeview (.pdb) symbol files.
WinDbg can view source code, set breakpoints, view variables (including C++ objects), stack traces, and memory. It includes a command window to issue a wide variety of commands not available through the drop-down menus.
VirtualDub started as a software for recording video from analogue sources. This means it's roots are in the beginning of video processing on PCs when videos usually had the size of stamps. This causes a single drawback of Virtualdub: it is using very old APIs and formats, i.e. VideoForWindows and AVI.
When Phaeron developed VirtualDub, Windows video software was unstable crap (well, it still is). But Video editing heavily depends on 3rd-party software, mostly codecs and filters. So he created very stable code around potentially dangerous software to catch any misbehaviour.
Today VirtualDub still is a great tool and it's one of the most robust video editors out there.
When a few plugins/codecs are installed, it is able to open almost any file and write AVI using almost any modern codec. It will have a few quirks with HD files though...
Phaeron stopped development, but he promises to keep it working on future versions of Windows.
Update: Since development was stopped in 2015 we decided to continue this app with the VirtualDub2 builds. I have still to update the version descriptions to make it look nice and clear.
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