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    • 0.44.9
      - Updated the IMPORT FILE function so that PGS subtitles (.SUP) are imported from MKV files when they are present.
      - Corrected an issue in which multipart sources consisting of a very large number of segments could cause a failed demux.
      - Fixed an error introduced in v0.44.6 that may cause "ERROR in attempt to mux (MKVMERGE)" during rebuild to ALTERNATE output.
      - Corrected an error that could result in audio reencode errors or a failed rebuild (due to zero length AC3 files).
      - Corrected and error in which backup MPLS files were not being properly renamed when performing a QUICK_PLAY backup.
      - Fixed a problem in Quick-Play rebuild that may result in "DoEncoding() 00058 2408" error.
      - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2334).
      - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2334).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
    • 0.44.14

      - Changed the hidden setting MKV_MUXSUPS so that "ON" is now the default.
      - Removed opencl.dll from the TOOLS folder, with the latest release of X264 it is no longer needed.
      - Added a new resizing option, 720p-->1080p in the SETUP dialog.
      - Added two new hidden options "DOWNRESIZE" and "UPRESIZE" enables you to choose an alternate resizing algorithm to be used when video is being made smaller or larger. See the file HIDDENOPTS.TXT for details.
      - Fixed an error in which encoding was not being forced for 3D conversion, as it should, because a source is already small enough.
      - Corrected overall progress indicator for pass two of 3D encoding.
      - Fixed an issue in which PSEUDO sources may not be forced to be reencoded when BD-25 output is selected.
      - Corrected an issue in which aspect ratio could be incorrectly set on some imported sources with odd height/width settings.
      - Added code so that chaptering is now enabled for iPhone/iPad output. These products do not use standard MP4 chaptering.
      - Disabled open GOPs when outputting to Level 4.1 supporting iPads, iPhones & iPods. This should result in better seeking during playback.
      - Added the ability to browse for and use the Nero AAC encoder for ALTERNATE output in the SETUP dialog -- for those who prefer it over FAAC. The Nero encoder is not included in BD-RB and must be installed separately.
      - Corrected an anomaly that could result in zero titles selected and a "Runtime Error 76" during import of a DVD.
      - Updated the included version of MP4BOX to the latest revision (v0.5.0)
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.


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    • 0.44.15

      - Added a new hidden setting. SUP_3D_DEPTH can be adjusted to add addition depth to subtitles Any value of 0 to 50 can be used. The higher the value, the closer the subtitles appear to the viewer.
      - Changed chapter detection in DVD import so that is if pulled from PTS headers in cells rather than IFO times (to correct for poor authoring found on some DVDs).
      - Corrected an issue in which the wrong resizing algorithm was used for downsizing 1920x1080 to 1440x1080.
      - Updated algorithm to provide a better starting CRF value when resizing to 1440x1080 and 720p. Only applies to one-pass CRF mode.
      - Corrected CRF prediction so that a quick hit does not result in an off-target final approximation.
      - Fixed an issue in which outputting to an intact MKV file from a telecined source could result in audio/video out-of-sync.
      - Added a workaround for a problem in ALTERNATE DVD-5 output in which a working path containing a "&" character could cause rebuilding to fail.
      - Fixed an issue in which importing series DVDs that have multiple episodes within a single PGC could have a continually increasing audio de- sychronization.
      - Corrected a problem in which certain vey rare authoring circumstances could cause BD-RB to lock in a forever loop.
      - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2345).
      - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2345).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
    • 0.44.16
      - Corrected an issue in which MKV files that have audio offsets were not being adjusted properly during import.
      - Fixed a problem in MKV generation on sources with a fairly large number of parts that could result in a "Failed to REBUILD" error.
      - Corrected an error in which rebuild of MPEG-2 sources could, under certain circumstances, create an audio desynchronization.
      - Added the ability to import multiple DVDs into a single quick-play structure. In order to do this you must put all the desired DVDs into a single folder -- and then select that folder under the IMPORT function. The name of the folder should describe the DVD set and will be used in the quick-play pseudo menu.
      - Updated the method used for conversion of XVID sources. Prior releases could lose frames and result in audio desync when importing XVID.
      - Added code to the IMPORT algorithm that finds illegal audio sample rates, and force encoding to the required 48Khz for BD/DVD.
      - Fixed an error in which performing encodes with iVTC set, followed by an exit and a follow-on rebuild could result in incorrect framerates and sync issues.
      - Fixed an issue in which variable framerates in a source to be imported may result in incorrect framerate determination during IMPORT.
      - Upgraded the tools MKVMERGE and MKVEXTRACT to a newer release (v2.3.0)
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.

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    • 0.44.17
      - Added code in movie-only mode that extracts forced subtitles into an independent stream and sets them to "selected" for playback.
      - Added a new hidden option "FORCED_SUB_LANG" that allows a user to select which language is preferred for forced subs. The default is "eng" -- and it will be also be used when no forced subtitle is found in the preferred language.
      - Added routine to hard-encode forced subtitles into non-DVD ALTERNATE output. It can also include any subtitle that is selected to be forced from the STREAMS list. Note: This capability requires the installation of the free external AVISYNTH filter SUPTITLE() and its selection in the SETUP dialog. While the SUPTITLE filter is free, it cannot be freely distributed, so you must download it and properly install it from this link: zachsaw.com/?pg=suptitle_pgs_avisynth_plugin
      - Implemented a workaround for DVD sources that have video kept intact. Some DVDs have the embedded video ratio incorrectly set (and it is overridden by the IFO file). This fixes that issue.
      - Corrected an issue in which attempting to import small video files can result in Error 00009 at 2501.
      - Corrected an issue related to importing variable fps video (e.g. iPhone).
      - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2358).
      - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2358).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
    • 0.45.03

      - Made major changes to how the Quick-Play reauthoring mechanism works. Implemented an interactive menu to the reauthored output. Now you can browse and select from multiple titles on Quick-Play reauthored discs. This feature applies also to all imported titles (DVD, Videofile, and BD). This feature is especially useful for combining and reencoding multiple BD or DVD series discs into a single BD-25 or BD-50. It is also nice for creating a disc backup that comes up-and-running without annoying leader and sales information.
      - Added significant new editing capabilities associated with Quick-Play menu items. The features include a dialog for viewing and/or modifying title information for imports and Quick-Play reauthored discs.
      - Improved the algorithm for finding duplicate playlists during import of multiple BDs via Quick-Play reauthoring.
      - Changed the MP4BOX temporary folder setting to use the specified working folder rather than the system default.
      - Made a correction to the code related to the hidden option FORCED_SUB_LANG. The option wasn't working as designed in v0.44.17. Also modified it so you can add more than one language separated using a semicolon. The languages are prioritized as entered from left to right.
      - Added a new hidden option REMOVE_IMPORT. If set, BD-RB will remove the folder used for import after the reencoding is successfully completed. As with any auto-removal feature you should be very careful in its use.
      - Added a multiple BD import feature. Similar to the DVD import function, if multiple BDs are grouped together under a single selected source folder, BD-RB gives you the option of importing them as one (combining with the Quick-Play reauthoring format). Please note that the output to the IMPORT folder can be very large (equal to all the combined source BD folders).
      - Improved the algorithm for determining title playback order during IMPORT of DVDs or BDs.
      - Added BD-50 as a selectable target size in the OUTPUT OPTIONS menu. This should be of particular use when creating collections via the IMPORT functions.
      - Removed DVD_IMPORT_THRESHOLD from the hidden options. It was renamed to IMPORT_THRESHOLD, now applies to both DVD imports and BD imports, and is set via dialong.
      - Added new option MENU_AUTO_BACKGROUND. This setting is currently experimental to some degree. When set to "1" (the default) it will tell BD-RB to attempt to find and utilize a menu background & audio track from the source disc when doing an import or Quick-Play encode. Set via dialog.
      - Made "zlib" compression the default for MKV output to better comply with the Matroska standard. Also added a new hidden option "USE_ZLIB" that is documented in the HIDDENOPTS.TXT file. Setting this option to "0" disables zlib compression (for the few players that may not support it).
      - Corrected an issue in which an out-of-place secondary audio stream could cause the PIDs to be incorrectly updated in the MPLS file during a full backup.
      - Corrected an error in which LPCM sources in DVDs were not being imported.
      - Added code that will shorten the amount of time used to scan sources on movie-only backups -- especially in situations where the number of M2TS files is large.
      - Fixed an error that could result in failed rebuild due to missing .264 file on certain multipart sources being encoded in movie-only mode.
      - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2377).
      - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2377).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.

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    • 0.45.04
      - Corrected an issue in which setting of the "Attempt to find original background" item in the Import/Quick-Play dialog was not functioning correctly.
      - Added a new item to the Import/Quick-Play setup dialog that enabled reauthoring to play items sequentially rather than return to the menu at completion of each.
      - Fixed an error in which the overall Menu Title was not appearing when importing DVDs of video files while Quick-Play output was selected. Also corrects possible loss of edited title names, especially when importing directly from a read-only device.
      - Added an new item to the Import/Quick-Play setup dialog that lets the user decide whether to start disc playback at the menu or go directly to the first play item.
      - Changed the default foreground color for the active MENU item to GREEN.
      - Added a HIDDEN option MENU_ACTIVE_COLOR that allows you to choose a color for characters other than GREEN to represent the active item in a menu. (see HIDDENOPTS.TXT).
      - Added a HIDDEN option TWEAK_ALTERNATE that allows adding specific X264 command line options to encodes destined for alternate output to MKV and MP4 (cTypes 1 & 5 only). The tweaks are appended to any other defined tweaks in TWEAK_PASS_ONE and TWEAK_PASS_TWO. The TWEAK_ALTERNATE option is not filtered to retain BD compliance as the other tweaks are.
      - Added checks so that previous MENU edits are not retained when the IMPORT_THRESHOLD value changes. This should avoid naming confusion since the threshold can change the number and position of playitems that are included in an import.
      - Fixed an error in which importing very small video files followed by a full-backup could result in an unplayable structure.
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.


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    • 0.45.05
      - Fixed an error in which an unmounted IMPORT source no longer causes "Runtime error 52".
      - Corrected an issue that cause MENU items to be incorrectly displayed when Quick-Play mode is selected and editing results in items being reordered or removed.
      - Fixed an error in which TWEAK_ALTERNATE was not being applied to some presets that have the correct cType set.
      - Added code to reencode automatic backgrounds to meet lower bitrate reqts when BD-5/9 is selected as the target during Quick-Play backups.
      - Corrected an issue related to ordering and retention of streams when the first item of an import is removed.
      - Added code to appropriately set the MKV file "stereo-mode" flag when outputting 3D content to an MKV. This will enable auto-sensing of 3D content on some playback devices.
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.


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    • 0.46.03

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      1. - Added fully BD compliant 3D support for movie-only backups. SBS and O/U 3D output is still supported via selection of the "Enable SBS 3D Movie-Only output" option in the setup menu and the "TYPE_OF_3D" hidden option output, but is not the pre- ferred 3D method. NOTE: This feature requires Windows 7 or higher, and will be disabled on lower O/S versions.
      2. - Created a new hidden option, OUTPUT_3D_ISO. By default movie-only backups are written directly to an ISO image for burning rather than a folder. Setting this option to "0" will create a folder instead. Note: Using the folder option will result in degraded output due to the structure of 3D discs.
      3. - Added a hidden option "MENU_FORCE_QUICK=1" that will create a quick menu even when only one playlist is selected to be kept. This applies only to Quick-Play backups, not to imports.
      4. - Updated code to fully support DTS Express secondary streams without the need for special processing.
      5. - Fixed an issue in which the Quick-Plan and import MENU's IGS M2TS file could be incorrectly timed -- which could cause problems on some players.
      6. - Corrected an error in which the SupTitle checkbox was not being properly initiated when the SETUP dialog form is loaded.
      7. - Corrected an error in which some PGCs could be incorrectly ignored during DVD imports.
      8. - Added a new hidden option, ALTPATH, that is read at program start. This creates a path to a customized ALTERNATE.TXT file that can be created by a user. Note that the option must be placed in the "[Paths]" area of the config/INI file. See HIDDENOPTS.TXT for more details.
      9. - Corrected an issue in which menu backgrounds created for IMPORT/Quick-Play could have GOP lengths that are too long when a target size of BD-5 or BD-9 has been selected.
      10. - Fixed an error in backup of 3D sources to SBS or O/U format that could result in sizes that are significantly smaller than selected targets.
      11. - Corrected an error in which multipart VC-1 interlaced sources or secondary video in movie-only mode could cause BD-RB to stop with "Error in attempt to MKVMERGE" during A/V extraction.
      12. - Corrected an error in which the main feature could (under odd circumstances) be ignored and not appear in the BD IMPORT list.
      13. - Fixed a problem in which collecting/using a menu background that used VC-1 was not working during BD IMPORT.
      14. - Added FRIMDecode and FRIMEncode (v1.19) to BD-RB's included set of tools.
      15. - Updated the included version of TSMUXER to a newer release (v2.6.11).
      16. - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
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    • 0.46.05

      Quellcode

      1. - Modified the log display so that messages that do not apply to 3D backups are not displayed during 3D mode.
      2. - Added a new option under the SETTINGS dialog, By selecting "Process 3D Video sources as 2D for backup", you can tell BD-RB to create 2D backups of 3D sources.
      3. - Fixed an error in which the DOWNRESIZE hidden option was not being properly set during initialization.
      4. - Added a new hidden option. MENU_TOP allows you to set the highermost pixel of the menu item selection area for Quick-Play and IMPORT menus. See HIDDENOPTS.TXT for more details.
      5. - Corrected the TSMUXER meta file to include proper settings for 3D subtitles (a hat tip goes to HWK for helping).
      6. - Added two new hidden settings. Adding the option FRIM_SW_DECODE=1 or FRIM_SW_ENCODE=1 to the config/INI options area will force software decoding and/or software encoding. The default is autodetection.
      7. - Modified conditions so that VC-1 interlaced sources no longer disables LAVF decoding. The updated LAVF demuxer included in newer releases of X264 can handle VC-1 interlaced video now.
      8. - Created a workaround for an issue in which oddly muxed MKV files could, during video file import result in a"ERROR: Collecting video file streams." error.
      9. - Modified routines so MVC sources are also checked and can be kept intact when they are already small enough to fit on a BD-25+ target.
      10. - Updated code so that side-by-side and other types of alternate 3D formats sources no longer requires DirectshowMVCSource to be installed (a third party package requiring a license). Decoding for SBS from MVC is now accomplished via FRIMSource().
      11. - Fixed a problem with some multi-part sources that could result in a "ERROR in attempt to mux (MKVMERGE)" error when ALTERNATE output has been selected.
      12. - Updated the included version of TSMUXER to a newer release (v2.6.12).
      13. - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2389).
      14. - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2389).
      15. - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
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    • 0.46.06
      - Added a new type of IMPORT function. BD-RB will now import video files in 3D side-by- side (SBS) format, and when reencoding the created pseudo source to BD-5/9/25/50 they will be converted back to standard MVC for 3D playback in 3D-capable BD players.
      - Corrected an error the could result in a failed encode when outputting to ALTERNATE formats from a 3D source without having the "Enable SBS 3D Movie-Only output" selected.
      - Fixed a problem with some non-multipart sources using multiprocessing settings that could result in a "ERROR in attempt to mux (MKVMERGE)" error when ALTERNATE output has been selected.
      - Fixed an issue in which an ALTERNATE choice from a 3D source that has been selected for intact video output without SBS mode chosen might sometimes incorrectly reencode.
      - (v0.46.07) Updated the SBS 3D IMPORT feature to support full SBS imports. v0.46.06 only supported half-SBS imports.
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
    • 0.46.10
      - Fixed an issue in which incorrect setting of the decoder for FFDSHOW VFW Raw video could cause 3D backups from SBS to fail at encode time. BD-RB now sets the VFW/rawv correctly before encode, and then resets it to it's previous state at completion.
      - Added warnings when attempting to backup SBS 3D sources and the backup mode is not correct for BD-3D using MVC.
      - Corrected a problem in which forced sub- title text in movie-only mode could, under certain circumstances, remain on until the next subtitle period begins.
      - Changed the default for FRIM decoding and encoding from "Automatic" to "software". It seems this will provide a greater level of compatibility, even on Intel processors.
      - Added code to prevent "Keep original video" from occurring when processing a SBS source into BD-3D.
      - Removed INSPECT.EXE from the build. The same functionality is now available from the BD-RB HELP menu.
      - Added FFDSHOW release 4515 to the list of tested/recommended versions.
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
    • 0.46.11
      - Fixed an issue introduced in v0.46.10 in which a BD-3D source that is targeted for SBS output (BD or ALTERNATE) will fail during the encode phase.
      - Corrected maximum bitrate for output in SBS mode from 3D sources.
      - Changed process so that DGIndexNV does not run when a FRIMSource() is in effect (when creating SBS from a BD-3D source).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
    • 0.46.13
      - Made a change to the processing of intact video sources. This will eliminate blocking artifacts that might be (rarely) introduced in recent versions of TSMUXER.
      - Further improved the algorithm for encoding with LAVF frame serving. Due to updates in newer versions of X264s LAVF, more source formats are directly supported -- making the need for reversion to DirectshowSource() less likely.
      - Corrected an error that could prevent BD-RB from keeping 3D sources intact when they would fit as-is in the target size.
      - Corrected an issue that might prevent AVCHD output from playing on certain players.
      - Fixed a problem in which errant ".mpls" and ".clpi" files could be created in an AVCHD movie-only authored structure.
      - Fixed an issue that could cause incorrect aspect ratio playback on certain rare MPEG-2 sources.
      - Disabled and removed PULLDOWN_720 from the hidden options. In testing I've found too many inconsistencies when it is set.
      - Added working folder free space as a part of the reported settings in error output and "Inspect".
      - Corrected an issue in which audio, subtitle, and blanking options were not being properly retained during a full backup via BATCH mode.
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.


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    • 0.46.14
      - Corrected an issue that could jumble menu order and/or edited titles when importing from BD sources.
      - Modified LAVF processing so it now uses the original M2TS file for encoding rather than the extracted video file. This should reduce the required working folder free disc space, may slightly improve speed, and streamline the processing to match other modes.
      - Added an new hidden option. Some series DVDs use chapters to separate episodes (especially those with short episodes) rather than PGCs (playlists). Setting IMPORT_DVD_CHAPS=1 tells BD-RB to break out chapters as playlists during IMPORT so the individual episodes can be accessed in the IMPORT menu.
      - Fixed an issue in which (under some very odd and exceptionally rare circumstances) it may be possible that the Quick-Play menu will be selected unnecessarily for encoding in a full backup, or even be selected as the feature in a movie-only backup.
      - Updated logic so FORCE_NOENCODE will apply to BD-5/9 sources as well as BD-25/50 as long as no other user setting (such as resizing, ivtc, filters, etc.) overrides it.
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.


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    • 0.47.04

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      1. - Implemented 3D Full Backup Mode. Note that BD-RB converts 3D method so that the SSIF folder is no longer required -- the method is 100% compliant with the BD standard. (v0.47.03)
      2. - Due to the changes in the way 3D is handled, BD-RB no longer outputs to ISO by default on movie-only 3D encodes. It can be enabled by using the OUTPUT_3D_ISO hidden option. Note: This option only applies to movie-only 3D encodes. (v0.48.03)
      3. - Made in-mux (single M2TS) 3D multiplexing mode the default on full-backup 3D. This can be changed back with the hidden option FORCE_INMUX_3D=0.
      4. - Modified 3D movie-only mode so it also now uses the in-mux structure for BD-3D output.
      5. - Corrected a error that might rarely occur on 3D sources with reencoded audio tracks that have sample rates higher than 48Khz.
      6. - Corrected an error that could might cause, under very rare circumstances, movie-only encodes of 29.97fps sources to either fail during muxing or create sync issues.
      7. - Corrected an error in the INSPECT report in which MP4BOX is incorrectly reported as missing.
      8. - Added FRIMSource as an option for decoding and frame-serving in the SETUP dialog. This may be particularly useful for those who can use Intel hardware mode for decoding. Note: Enabling CRF prediction automatically disabled FRIMSource decoding.
      9. - Corrected an issue with correct updating of the programinfo table when keeping HD audio on BD-3D full-backups.
      10. - Corrected an error in which blanking a 3D source would result in an error indicating a "missing file" during rebuild.
      11. - Corrected an error in which enabling LAVF and CRF modes simultaneously would cause an error during the prediction phase.
      12. - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
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    • v0.47.05
      - Corrected an issue in which multipart sources that have secondary (PiP) video could, under certain circumstances, lose a portion of the primary video stream. This could result in a video glitch and probable audio desynch.
      - Fixed an issue in "Import Videofile(s)" that could, under certain circumstances, lose a portion of the primary video stream. This could result in a video glitch and probable audio desynch.
      - Fixed an error in which FRIMSource() would incorrectly use the primary video source when encoding secondary (PiP) video.
      - Removed the option to disable continuous loop movie-only encodes from the SETUP menu. The function is still available via a hidden option (MOVIE_ONLY_LOOP=0).
      - Added FRIMEncode as an option for encoding 2D sources (it is already used for 3D encodes). Note: FRIMEncode is recommended only for PCs that are Intel Quick-Sync enabled, for speed improvements. Other configurations will be significantly slower and FRIMEncode provides less overall encoding capability than X264. Also, FRIMEncode is only capable of 1 pass ABR encodes, so choosing it will result in one-pass, ABR being automatically selected.
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.

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    • 0.47.06
      - Corrected an error in which an M2TS that is referenced in a 2D MPLS before a 3D MPLS could cause the source to be treated as 2D only.
      - Added a new DEINTERLACER_TYPE (see HIDDENOPTS). Selecting 5 combines SmoothDeinterlacer and Decomb(blend=true). This can work well on some difficult sources.
      - Removed the encoder choice menu item. FRIM as an encoder choice for 2D causes too many issues. For those who would like to test it further, you can reenable it by adding ENCODER_MENU=1 to the config/ini file.
      - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2431).
      - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2431).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.


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