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CloneBD 1.0.2.2 2014-12-12




Changelog CloneBD Blu-ray Media Converter

CloneBD has been tested for a couple of month by our beta testers (thank you guys!)
and they helped us to find and fix major and minor bugs and to improve the
features of CloneBD.
But no beta test can ensure a 100% perfect software application.
CloneBD is not 100% perfect yet, but we are working hard to get there.

Known issues:
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- Some old GPU drivers on Windows XP produce artifacts when transcoding
- Super fast switching between audio tracks in preview player may lead to silence or wrong language
- Some hardware players may have problems with chapter markers of compressed discs
- On some titles the transcoding seams to be stuck for a few seconds, a fallback algorithm will resolve the issue after about 15 seconds

Upcoming changes and features:
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- Full 3D support in compressed discs
- Full 3D support in matroska files
- Full subtitle support in matroska and MP4 files
- Support for DVD output (downscaled to SD naturally)
- Support for DLNA
- Improved support for all new codecs, like WebM, HEVC, AAC+, FLAC and lots more


1.0.2.2 2014-12-12
- First Public Release

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Post on Sun Dec 14, 2014 5:52 pm by Barough

Played around with it some and it's a nice software. Looking forward to the coming updates with new features etc.

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Post on Mon Dec 15, 2014 5:23 pm by SithTracy

How does it compare with MakeMKV or Handbrake for making MKV's. Assuming it does. Hoping for compression before I part with roughly $100 U.S. on it.

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Post on Mon Dec 15, 2014 8:11 pm by Barough

Can't comment on MakeMKV since i've never used it but Handbrake is better imo. A better software then HB is VidCoder (which uses HB's encoding libraries etc.) imo. What makes VC better then HB is due to that it's dev have re-added most of the options etc. that the HB dev's have removed/opted out.

So if your just gonna make BD rips so are u better off with HB/VC.

http://www.friendsofudvdr.com/t939-vidcoder

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