This new version has something for everyone. It has a round of bug fixes, one of them to the threading which means that it should be able to completely max out a 4 core CPU when running mdegrain2. The other features (requested through donations) are support for v210 output, the most used 10 bit format in professional video editing. To enable this output in VSFS and VFW add this to your script:
last = yourvideo enable_v210=True
If you do not add it the output will default to P210. The documentation will be updated later today with more detailed installation instructions for VSFS. For those of you who can’t wait the install method is very similar to AVFS (just look for vsfs.dll).