- raw formats (both audio and video) and mp3 are working correctly in all players I tested (totem, vlc, mplayer and quicktime)
- support for h263 has been added and also works on the players above
- support for aac and amr has been added and it still doesn't work at quicktime, but works in totem and mplayer (vlc went nuts on my machine, and I still haven't got it to work again)
- ilst atom metadata support (used by itunes and qtdemux) has been added
None of the applications I tested could generate a qt file (with amr or aac) that quicktime would actually play, and I couldn't find any useful spec. I also tried inspecting bytes in some files that played successfully, but just looking at them wasn't enough, the different bytes are easy to find, but not easy to understand.
I said that I would add flavor selection in the previous post, but I was advised to work on some widely used formats first, so I did it.
GSoC is comming to an end in the next days, but work won't, qtmux has still a lot to be worked on and I'll keep it up.