iSubtitle 3.1.2

- FFmpeg updated to the 4.0 "Wu" release.
- Fixed a problem with inline saving metadata to mp4, m4v files.
- Watch Quick Start Movie in the Welcome window now works again.

iSubtitle 3.1.1

- Fixed a bug that could cause iSubtitle to crash when exporting. Sorry!

iSubtitle 3.1

- Finally! Pass through HEVC, aka H.265 video. Compatible with iOS 11, tvOS 11 and High Sierra.
- New export presets for HEVC, aka H.265 in 480p, 720p and 1080p.
- Time offsets are now set individually for each subtitle track.
- The Export Queue can now be sorted ascending or descending.
- FFmpeg updated to the 3.3 "Hilbert" release.
- Now ignoring image based subtitle tracks instead of crashing.
- Fixed a layout bug in the Audio/Subtitles popover.
- Now you can see the channel layout of an audio track in the Audio/Subtitles popover, ie stereo, 5.1 and so on.
- Fixed a very hard to find bug that could cause a crash when seeking in the video.
- Existing metadata are now loaded properly instead of just searching for new data online.
- The HD metadata tag is now calculated differently. If (width/16)*9 >= 720 it's considered HD.
- Content rating metadata now works better between saves.
- Screenwriter metadata is fetched in the background if available.
- There's now a TMDb button in the metadata popover if the metadata was fetched from TMDb.
- Many other small "under the hood" improvements.

iSubtitle 3.0.4

- Now you can manually edit the metadata title again.
- Fixed a bug where the content rating metadata wasn't fetched properly.
- Turkish localization by Barış Özdağ.

iSubtitle 3.0.3

- Improvements to the inline save feature.
- Select from alternate search results in the metadata popover.
- Now supports different countries for Movie and TV Content Ratings in Preferences->Metadata.
- Fixed a language code bug for subtitle tracks.
- Changed the way time offsets are handled when writing to file.