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    • 0.40.04 Beta
      - Added support for Neuron2's DGDecNV. Note that this software is not required for BD-RB to run, but it will likely speed encoding in most cases. DGDecNV requires a CUDA enabled video card and a license that can be obtained through a $15 donation. For more info and h/w requirements: neuron2.net/dgdecnv/dgdecnv.html
      - Added code to make DGDecNV indexing execute concurrently with TSMUXER audio extraction. This should, in most cases, eliminate any additional time needed for the indexing. If problems occur however, concurrent indexing can be disabled through a new INDEX_WITH_EXTRACT hidden option. See HIDDENOPTS.TXT for more info.
      - Corrected a bug that could result in a crash and the error "PredictAndEncode() 00006 XXXX" when MULTIPROCESS is active.
      - Modified the log so the current date is shown as the job begins rather than the time-of-day.
      - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2164).
      - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2164).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.


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    • 0.40.5
      - Corrected an issue with MKV file output. By default the new MKVMERGE used header compression that may not be supported by some players. BD-RB now forces compression to "none" for maximum player compatibility.
      - Corrected a issue in which BD-RB may configure DGDecNV incorrectly for MPEG-2 pulldown video that is not being IVTC'd. This could in some cases result in out-of-sync audio/video.
      - Removed the hidden option FIX_CLPI as well as the associated code. It was only useful for old outdated versions of TSMUXER that are no longer are used.
      - Put a limit of 4 into the automatic multiprocess value. This is to help prevent too many instances caused by hyperthreading "pretending" to be more processors than it really is.
      - Corrected an error in which multiprocess splitting would fail in regions that do not use the same decimal notation (".") as is used in North America.
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.

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    • 0.40.06 Beta
      - Corrected a bug introduced in v0.40.5 that could cause movie-only/alternate output to fail during final multiplexing.
      - Corrected a bug related to implementation of multiprocessing and DGDecNV that could cause CRF encoding prediction to fail when the MULTIPROCESS paramater was asserted.
      - Corrected an issue with MKV file output. By default the new MKVMERGE used header compression that may not be supported by some players. BD-RB now forces compression to "none" for maximum player compatibility.[v0.40.5]
      - Corrected a issue in which BD-RB may configure DGDecNV incorrectly for MPEG-2 pulldown video that is not being IVTC'd. This could in some cases result in out-of-sync audio/video. [v0.40.5]
      - Removed the hidden option FIX_CLPI as well as the associated code. It was only useful for old outdated versions of TSMUXER that are no longer are used.[v0.40.5]
      - Put a limit of 4 into the automatic multiprocess value. This is to help prevent too many instances caused by hyperthreading "pretending" to be more processors than it really is.[v0.40.5]
      - Corrected an error in which multiprocess splitting would fail in regions that do not use the same decimal notation (".") as is used in North America. [v0.40.5]
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
    • 0.40.7beta
      - Made changes to prevent the need for .264 fileconcatenation following encode. The concatenation is now a part of the TSMUXER muxing. Should save5-30 minutes per job.
      - Modified the movie-only build routines so thata redundant intermediate video build is no longerneeded. This should save 5-15 minutes per job.
      - Corrected an error in which secondary video couldbe processed incorrectly when MULTIPROCESS is ineffect.
      - Corrected an issue that could cause iPod and iPadALTERNATE types to be processed incorrectly whenused in conjunction with MULTIPROCESS.
      - Established a workaround related to handling of very small (< 1 sec) files that prevents certainanomalies in both DGDecNV and DirectShow. Canavoid certain "Timeout...I/P frame" messages inDGDecNV.
      - Corrected an annoyance in which BD-RB would causeexit delay when aborted during a TSMUXER action.
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.

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    • 0.40.8
      - Made several improvements to the subtitle resizing routines to provide a more accurate representation of the original PGS when resizing video output.
      - Corrected a bug that could cause subtitle resizing to fail under some rare circumstances.
      - Added support for subtitle muxing in ALTERNATE output to MKV. This feature is enabled by adding a new hidden option MKV_MUXSUPS=1 to the INI file (see HIDDENOPTS.TXT). Note: This feature muxes .SUP files in Blu-ray format. SUP formatted subtitles are not supported in all MKV players. Please check your MKV player's specifications.
      - Corrected a problem that could result in audio desynchronization when converting to PAL under certain circumstances.
      - Added a new hidden option DISABLE_VIDEO_SLEEP. This will prevent video card sleep mode, and may be useful when running jobs overnight while using DGDecNV with some video cards.
      - Corrected a problem in which subtitles created by TSMUXER from text-type sources failed to be muxed and resized properly into ALTERNATE/DVD output.
      - Corrected an error in which adjusting for an audio delay would cause ALTERNATE/MKV multiplexing to fail and BD-RB to abort.
      - Corrected a reporting error in which "Performing CRF prediction" is displayed in the log even when a fixed CRF is being applied (and not prediction is actually performed).
      - Updated the included version of MKVMERGE.EXE to the latest release (v5.3.0.0).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.

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    • 0.40.9


      April 11th, 2012 - v0.40.9
      - Changed default grayscale values for conversion of subtitles in ALTERNATE/DVD.
      - Added checks for incompatible AnyDVD settings to inspect and error exit reporting.
      - Corrected the type of DGDecNV field operation used when IVTC is enabled. This should correct audio sync issues with IVTC/DGDecNV/MPEG-2 pulldown combinations.
      - Modified processing so that MULTIPROCESS is not used when the source that are to be processed for inverse telecining.
      - Corrected an issue related to calculation of lead-in frames on splits.
      - Corrected a problem in which the 720p/59.94 frame rate was incorrectly calculated.
      - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2184).
      - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2184).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.


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    • 0.40.10 Beta
      - Corrected an issue related to unusual MPLS files that could result in "SourceCheck() 00006 2501" at program startup or during scanning.
      - Corrected an error in which under very unusual and rare circumstances the bitrate can be calculated as a negative number. This could result in encode failure.
      - Made several improvements to increase speed and provide greater resilience.
      - Added a new hidden option "OVERWRITE_PROMPT". If set to "0", BD-RB will not prompt for overwrite when the output folder already exists. Instead it will rename the output folder.
      - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2200).
      - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2200).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.


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    • 0.40.11 Beta
      - Added a "vKeyint" parameter to the ALTERNATE.TXT definition file. This allows the user to specify a maximum key interval (GOP size) for non-iPod & iPad MP4 and MKV files. Setting to "Auto" will use an interval of 10x the framerate (10 sec intervals).
      - Made corrections to AVS entries when deinterlacing or iVTC with certain hidden settings.
      - Changed the naming algorithm for MKV and MP4 files so file suffixes begin with "01" rather than "00".
      - Corrected an error in which a secondary stream that is a different length than the primary can cause failure when used with MULTIPROCESS.
      - Fixed error related to status of list when using batch processing.
      - Corrected an issue in which under odd circumstances it was possible for a lengthy playlist (e.g. feature) to not be selected or shown under the movie-only playlist selection dialog.
      - Corrected an issue in which secondary streams could carry over the interlaced/progressive characteristics of a previous encode. This could, rarely, result in a secondary stream being incorrectly flagged as interlaced.
      - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2208).
      - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2208).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.

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    • v0.41.1Beta
      - Fixed a fatal error that can occur when MULTIPROCESS is used in conjunction with sources that include secondary streams.
      - Corrected an issue in which very small segments of a multi-part source could unnecessarily prompt with annoying "oversize" warnings.
      - Added chapter support for MP4 ALTERNATE output. It is enabled by default. To disable MP4 chapters, set add the new hidden option MP4_CHAPTERS=0.
      - Added some additional features to the ALTERNATE output and type definition modules.
      - Modified processing of MIN_M2TS_SIZE (hidden value) so that it also affects BD-5/9 (as long as it is smaller than the BD-5/9 default).
      - Corrected issues in which some important values were not being maintained when saving and loading from a project file (File Menu).
      - Added the MPLS (playlist) number to the title section of the stream list when MOVIE-ONLY mode is selected. This is to avoid confusion as to which playlist is active at any point in time. The playlist number is also now displayed as a part of the batch list.
      - Corected a problem in which, under certain unusual conditions on a 7.1 source -- the wrong channels might be used for the rear speakers when converting to AC3
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.

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    • 0.42.2
      - Corrected an issue in which attempting to select DGDecNV paths or opening/saving project files could result in "Run-Time error '5'", invalid procedure call.
      - Corrected an error in which attempting to import some files with short pathnames might result in an error.
      - Added the ability to import .M2TS and .TS files to the video file import menu selection.
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.

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    • 0.42.3
      - Added code to correct for the occasional audio PTS start delta during DVD importing.
      - Corrected an issue in which the framerate for imported PAL DVDs could be incorrectly pulled from the source IFO files. This would result in audio sync issues.
      - Made changes to video file import so that DTS-HD, TRUE-HD, and LPCM sources are properly handled in .TS and .M2TS files.
      - Corrected an error in which importing .TS files will fail during attempt to create BD structure.
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.

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    • 0.42.04 beta
      - Corrected an issue in which full backup of an imported pseudo-BD structure with an invalid audio sample rate could result in no sound.
      - Fixed an error in which having either of the SD resizing options selected can cause the FORCE_NOENCODE hidden setting to be ignored.
      - Added code to force reencoding when the source is a pseudo-BD structure created by the import function. This prevents the possibility of BD-RB deciding not to reencode due to small] input size.
      - Added a new hidden option, DVD_IMPORT_THRESHOLD This option sets the threshold (in minutes) for titles that should be presented for selection when attempting an import. The default value is 15. Helpful for discs that hold a lot of very small titles (e.g. cartoons).
      - Updated DVD import function so that selecting from a title list will append the selection to the disc title. This makes it easier to import multiple titles from the same disc.
      - Added code that looks for "disc.inf" in the root folder of the source to help select the most appropriate movie-only playlist when the source was ripped with AnyDVD.
      - Removed "_PLAYLIST" from the disc title when selecting movie-only mode. Now only the actual playlist number is appended (to shorten it and make the name more manageable).
      - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2216).
      - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2216).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.


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    • 0.42.6
      - Added information to the video import routine so it would properly handle AVI files with the "DX50" fourcc value.
      - Updated video file imports so that SRT streams contained in MKV files will be included in the pseudo source muxing.
      - Corrected an error in which forced subtitles were not being carried over into ALTERNATE movie-only DVD output.
      - Created a hidden option OUTPUT_FOLDER that can be used to redirect the final output build to a location other than the working folder. See the file HIDDENOPTS.TXT for usage details.
      - Updated BD-RB and INSPECT to accept an newer version of FFDSHOW (r4422) as "correct".
      - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2230).
      - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2230).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
    • 0.42.8
      - Changed the maximum value of the MULTIPROCESS function from 16 to 32 for extremely high-end multi-core processors.
      - Modified LAVF encodes to explicitly indicate the target framerate for X264.
      - Corrected an error in which DVD_IMPORT_THRESHOLD (see HIDDENOPTS.TXT) was calculated at twice its intended value, and the default threshold was 30 minutes rather than the intended 15.
      - Corrected an error in the IMPORT function where importing a source that has a width of less than 720 pixels could cause a resize to 1280x720 and an output stream that is not compliant.
      - Made modifications so that non-compliant original sources that use 480p or 576p are corrected into compliancy during encoding (by using the X264 --fake-interlaced switch).
      - Added code to remove overscan when outputting to non-DVD ALTERNATE output formats.
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
    • 0.43.1
      - Created a new Mode: "Quick-Play Mode". This mode is similar to to Movie-Only in that it removes menus, etc. -- but in Quick-Play mode all significant playlists are kept. The feature will play immediately upon insertion into the player but you can switch to other playlists (extras) by pushing the "Menu" remote key during playback. This action will cycle through all playable items individually. Note: It's possible to have a Quick-Play that consists of only the movie when all other playlists are below the threshold that is considered significant.
      - Added a new hidden setting in support of the new quick-play mode. QUICK_PLAY_THRESHOLD sets the value (in minutes) that represents the smallest playlist to keep in Quick-Play mode.
      - Updated the DVD IMPORT function so that it now imports all significant titles from the source and no longer prompts to select when more than one is present.
      - Updated the IMPORT function to accept additional source width & height settings without aborting.
      - Corrected an issue associated with IVTC and the sizing of segments in muliprocessing.
      - Improved import conversion capability for XVID sources. Keeps original quality more accurately.
      - Added code to the import function to correct for certain non-compliant FPS/resolution selections.
      - Corrected an issue in which audio delay is was correctly detected and shifted in multipart sources.
      - Added a routine that checks for certain failure conditions when importing oddly formatted MKV files -- and then corrects and reaccomplishes.
      - Added code to extract chapter information from MKV sources when they are present during import.
      - Modified video file IMPORT function so you can now select multiple items. They items will be combined into a single source that is formatted as a "Quick-Play" disc.
      - Updated MKVMERGE and MKVEXTRACT to v6.0.0.
      - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2245).
      - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2245).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.


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    • 0.43.4

      - Fixed an issue in "Quick-Play" mode that could make discs not playback correctly, or chapters to not be recognized upon startup (v0.43.4).
      - Fixed an error in which attempting to save a project while no source is selected will result in a "Run-time Error '9'".
      - Corrected an issue in which import of DVD PGCs that have cells out-of-order are not assembled into the pseudo BD M2TS correctly.
      - Corrected an issue related to opening certain short pathnames during vido file import. Error seen as "No compatible video stream detected".
      - Revamped the video file import function to help improve the number and types of files that can be imported without error.
      - Corrected an error in the way pulldown sources are handled. This could have caused audio sync issues in AVC pulldown sources.
      - Added a new hidden option. PULLDOWN_720=1 will tell BD-RB to use pulldown to achieve 59.94 or 50fps rather than doubling the frame count when resizing from 29.97 or 25fps sources (SD or HD 1080i) in order to meet BD standards. Improves quality and is within the standard, but might possibly result in issues on poorer playback systems that have problems with pulldown.
      - Modified the AUDIO_AMPLIFY hidden setting. In addition to a multiplier (see HIDDENOPTS.TXT) you can now also set it to "NORMALIZE". The Normalize mode scans the source audio and amplifies it to the greatest amount possible without audio clipping (distortion). This is especially useful for ALTERNATE output when output is down-mixed from 5.1 to stereo and loses amplitude. NORMALIZE will create a delay at the beginning of encoding for each audio track.
      - Removed the hidden option IVTC_DIRECTSHOW. It is now controlled by IVTC_TELECIDE. When the telecide selection is disabled, this becomes the selection. Having both selectable could cause issues when both were deselected, resulting in odd IVTC using Decimate() only. Note, also, that the name IVTC_DIRECTSHOW was inaccurate since the setting also applies to direct IVTC using DGDecNV.
      - Improved the DVD import function by forcing the aspect ratio based upon that specified in the IFO file. Some rare DVDs are encoded 16:9 but flagged 4:3 in the MPEG headers (typically to satisfy some older authoring software) when the actual output is meant for 16:9 playback. The IFO file should be the authoritative source for the true aspect ratio and dictates actual playback.
      - Added a new setting to the SETUP dialog. By selecting "Widen 4:3 Viewing" you can fill the screen more on 16:9 playback devices. It works in a way similar to 16:9 conversion -- except it does not clip as much of the original picture. This is for people (like me) who can't tolerate a small 4:3 picture in the middle of my large screen playback device, but don't want to lose the huge amount of the picture associated with full conversion to 16:9.
      - Updated the included version of nicaudio.dll to the latest release (v2.0.6).
      - Updated the included versions of MKVMERGE and MKVEXTRACT to the latest release (v6.1.0).
      - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2273).
      - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2273).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
    • 0.43.6

      - Fixed a problem in which frame rates could be incorrectly reported when importing from an interlaced source.
      - Modified IMPORT file pseudo structure so that it creates a CERTIFICATE folder.
      - Improved the adjustments made on certain import sizes in order to become compliant.
      - Changed the method used for stereo downmixing, this should correct "low volume" output when converting to stereo (especially for ALTERNATE output using lower bitrates).
      - Added new ALTERNATE format selections for iPad 2+, iPhone 4s+, and other devices that accept Level 4.1 output and 1080p in an MP4 container. Note: Since these new selections accept L4.1, settings in the "Encoder Setting" menu are used (older iPads & iPhones were more limited). This allows for better quality at similar bitrates & better sizing at similar CRF settings. Older iPad 1's & early iPhones will not accept output that uses this ALTERNATE selection.
      - Corrected an issue in which it may be possible that odd angle count deviations within a single playlist might make some angles unavailable for movie-only selection.
      - Fixed an issue in which selection of alternate angles from the movie-only playlist dialog was not correctly replacing primary angle playitems with the angle playitem in some cases.
      - Corrected a problem in which aspect ratio for imported 16:9 DVDs could be incorrectly set to 4:3 in the pseudo-BD import structure.
      - Fixed an issue that could result in "Runtime Error 6" during import of a DVD.
      - Corrected issue associated with DTS streams when attempting to import from DVD (v0.43.5).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.


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    • 0.44.4

      - Corrected an issue in which sources that are 3D and multipart were not being correctly processed during ALTERNATE rebuild, resulting in an error.
      - Corrected overall progress indicator so that it more accurately shows progress during 3D encoding.
      - Added a new hidden setting. "SWAP_3D=1" will swap the left and right views when creating the SBS, O/U, or Anaglyph 3D output.
      - Corrected a bug in v0.44.2 in which encoding 3D sources that were not multipart was not working. (v0.44.03)
      - Corrected an issue in which a zeroed language area in a CLPI could cause log issues when working with imported sources.(v0.44.2)
      - Added code to check for ALTERNATE output so the warning "Audio and/or PGS size too large. Probable oversize." is suppressed.(v0.44.2)
      - Corrected an issue that could result in the wrong SAR when ALTERNATE with 480/576 sources when no-resizing is selected.(v0.44.2)
      - Fixed an issue in which, under certain rare circumstances, a PGC may not be imported when importing from DVD.(v0.44.2)
      - Added new alternate video options that allow output using the original, untouched video to be kept.(v0.44.2)
      - Added a new video option in the SETUP dialog that allows resizing of 1920x1080 sources to 1440x1080. This can help eliminate noise on longer sources when outputting to BD-5/9. (v0.44.2)
      - Corrected an error in the importing function in which framerates can be incorrectly read on systems the use "," as a decimal point. (v0.44.2)
      - Added check for 1440x1080 source and adjusts encoding aspect ratio appropriately.(v0.44.2)
      - Added support for output of 3D source BDs to SBS 3D via the SETUP dialog. This option only supports movie-only (including ALTERNATE) mode and will only function if you have separately installed and properly configured the DirectshowMVCSource() DLL according to it's accompanying documentation. BD-RB must also have write access to it's folder. This feature should be especially useful in making 3D MKV and MP4 files or even DVDs from 3D BDs. The output, of course, requires a monitor or TV that supports SBS 3D.(v0.44.2)
      - Added a new hidden option "TYPE_OF_3D" that will allow you to specify an alternate output type for 3D (other that the default SBS). Options include Over/Under and Anaglyph. (v0.44.2)
      - Corrected an issue in which, under certain circumstances, individual resized subtitle lines may be inhibited from displaying. (v0.44.2)
      - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2309).
      - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2309).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.May 5th, 2013 - v0.44.4
      - Corrected an issue in which sources that are 3D and multipart were not being correctly processed during ALTERNATE rebuild, resulting in an error.
      - Corrected overall progress indicator so that it more accurately shows progress during 3D encoding.
      - Added a new hidden setting. "SWAP_3D=1" will swap the left and right views when creating the SBS, O/U, or Anaglyph 3D output.
      - Corrected a bug in v0.44.2 in which encoding 3D sources that were not multipart was not working. (v0.44.03)
      - Corrected an issue in which a zeroed language area in a CLPI could cause log issues when working with imported sources.(v0.44.2)
      - Added code to check for ALTERNATE output so the warning "Audio and/or PGS size too large. Probable oversize." is suppressed.(v0.44.2)
      - Corrected an issue that could result in the wrong SAR when ALTERNATE with 480/576 sources when no-resizing is selected.(v0.44.2)
      - Fixed an issue in which, under certain rare circumstances, a PGC may not be imported when importing from DVD.(v0.44.2)
      - Added new alternate video options that allow output using the original, untouched video to be kept.(v0.44.2)
      - Added a new video option in the SETUP dialog that allows resizing of 1920x1080 sources to 1440x1080. This can help eliminate noise on longer sources when outputting to BD-5/9. (v0.44.2)
      - Corrected an error in the importing function in which framerates can be incorrectly read on systems the use "," as a decimal point. (v0.44.2)
      - Added check for 1440x1080 source and adjusts encoding aspect ratio appropriately.(v0.44.2)
      - Added support for output of 3D source BDs to SBS 3D via the SETUP dialog. This option only supports movie-only (including ALTERNATE) mode and will only function if you have separately installed and properly configured the DirectshowMVCSource() DLL according to it's accompanying documentation. BD-RB must also have write access to it's folder. This feature should be especially useful in making 3D MKV and MP4 files or even DVDs from 3D BDs. The output, of course, requires a monitor or TV that supports SBS 3D.(v0.44.2)
      - Added a new hidden option "TYPE_OF_3D" that will allow you to specify an alternate output type for 3D (other that the default SBS). Options include Over/Under and Anaglyph. (v0.44.2)
      - Corrected an issue in which, under certain circumstances, individual resized subtitle lines may be inhibited from displaying. (v0.44.2)
      - Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2309).
      - Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2309).
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
    • 0.44.5
      - Corrected an error in which ALTERNATE output to an MKV file with MKV_MUXSUPS selected and a resize specified would cause a failure with an MKVMERGE error.
      - Corrected an issue in which zero length files could be created during ALTERNATE encoding.
      - Fixed an error in which some movie-only jobs that could use original audio may reencode.
      - Fixed an issue in which 3D ALTERNATE output to DVD-5/9 was not working (encode error).
      - Added the capability to perform 3D backups at full resolution (Full Side-By-Side and Full Over/Under)(default is HALF, as that is what most players expect). Note: This option will ONLY work on ALTERNATE MKV & MP4 output that has vFormat set to NO-RESIZE. FULL-3D is meant mainly for full HD 3D archiving.
      - Corrected an issue related to international decimal conversion of framerates during the IMPORT function.
      - Corrected an error in which ALTERNATE encodes using vFormat=8 (intact) was not working on multipart sources.
      - Added a workaround so that 64 bit LAVF can be used on systems that don't support OpenCL.
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.



      0.44.6
      - Corrected an new error in which ALTERNATE encodes using vFormat=8 (intact) was not working on multipart sources.
      - Corrected an error in which ALTERNATE output to an MKV file with MKV_MUXSUPS selected and a resize specified would cause a failure with an MKVMERGE error.(v0.44.5)
      - Corrected an issue in which zero length files could be created during ALTERNATE encoding.
      - Fixed an error in which some movie-only jobs that should use original audio may reencode.
      - Fixed an issue in which 3D ALTERNATE output to DVD-5/9 was not working (encode error). (v0.44.5)
      - Added the capability to perform 3D backups at full resolution (Full Side-By-Side and Full Over/Under)(default is HALF, as that is what most players expect). Note: This option will ONLY work on ALTERNATE MKV & MP4 output that has vFormat set to NO-RESIZE. FULL-3D is meant mainly for full HD 3D archiving.(v0.44.5)
      - Corrected an issue related to international decimal conversion of framerates during the IMPORT function.(v0.44.5)
      - Added a workaround so that 64 bit LAVF can be used on systems that don't support OpenCL. (v0.44.5)
      - Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.


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