[B]September 5th, 2010 - v0.34.08
- Added an option to the SETUP dialog that instructs BD-RB to use X264’s internal LAVF decoder wherever possible (bypassing usage of HAALI and FFDSHOW). Also added the 64 bit version of X264 to the TOOLS folder. That version will be used when LAVF is in effect and a 64 bit O/S is detected. This has been reported to improve processing speed depending upon the source stream type and number and type of processor cores. Note that some streams cannot currently be processed by LAVF, such as interlaced VC-1 or when filtering is in effect. In those cases BD-RB will automatically revert to standard FFDSHOW and AVISYNTH processing. It’s suggested that you try it and if you like it, keep it checked. This feature has been implemented in preparation for possible future versions of X264 that may enable complete processing of video sources without additional “helper apps”.
- Corrected an error in which ABR mode could be set incorrectly at startup.
- Completely rewrote the ALTERNATE output code. I’ve changed it so the types of output are defined in a ALTERNATE.TXT file in the MISC folder. This makes it easier to add additional formats in the future and to allow format definitions created by the user.
- Updated ALTERNATE output dialog so two-pass output with selectable bitrate can also be used.
- Corrected an issue in which BD-RB might incorrectly use original video when outputting to an ALTERNATE movie-only output selection.
- Added a new general option to the SETUP dialog. You can now select “Keep only BDMV/CERTIFICATE folders” and BD-RB will strip the extraneous file from the backup (e.g. PS3 zips).This is especially useful for those to rip to ISO or read directly from the disc when doing full backups.
- Corrected an error in which video streams could be incorrectly kept intact on movie-only AVCHD backups even when the CODEC is illegal (non-AVC).
- Added a check for zero file length after encoding. In some cases X264 does not seem to return an error code and BD-RB continues thinking an encode was properly completed when it was not.
- Updated the included version of NicAudio.dll to the latest release (v2.0.4).
- Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r1713).
- Added the 64 bit version of X264.EXE, r1703, to the zip package (renamed to X264-64.EXE).
- Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.[/B]
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