Yesterday the free version of DVD ReBuilder was updated to version 0.96. This program, which can make backups of DVDs, was created because the programmer found the quality of existing one-click solutions too low and the methods using Cinemacraft Encoder or TMPEGEC, for example, too complex. The changelog for this release shows the following changes:
Changes made since the last version:
- Modified code to perform more aggressive detection and removal of layer breaks.
- Added some updates that will make DVD-RB work more reliably with the output of DVDFab Decrypter.
- Improved calling procedure so DVD-RB does not use as much CPU time (leaving more for the encoder).
- Corrected maximum bitrate allocation on NTSC interlaced sources in order to assure adherence to specifications.
- Corrected an error in which source filenames that are a mixture of uppercase/lowercase letters might cause “Error 0003, buffer overflow”.
- Updated OPV code to more accurately hit the specified target size on NTSC non-telecined sources.
- Added measures to more accurately measure bitrates in the source stream and then distributes it accordingly in the backup.
|Operating systems||Windows 9x, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP|
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