BD Rebuilder (Updates)

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#103

[B]BD Rebuilder 0.47.04

April 7th, 2014 - v0.47.04

  • 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)
  • 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)
  • 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.
  • Modified 3D movie-only mode so it also now uses the in-mux structure for BD-3D output.
  • Corrected a error that might rarely occur on 3D sources with reencoded audio tracks that have sample rates higher than 48Khz.
  • 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.
  • Corrected an error in the INSPECT report in which MP4BOX is incorrectly reported as missing.
  • 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.
  • Corrected an issue with correct updating of the programinfo table when keeping HD audio on BD-3D full-backups.
  • Corrected an error in which blanking a 3D source would result in an error indicating a “missing file” during rebuild.
  • Corrected an error in which enabling LAVF and CRF modes simultaneously would cause an error during the prediction phase.
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
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    BD Rebuilder software page:
    http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=143716

http://www.jdobbs.net/freeware/BD-RBV04704.zip


#104

[B]BD Rebuilder 0.47.05

April 23rd, 2014 - 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.[/B]

BD Rebuilder software page:

http://www.jdobbs.net/freeware/BD-RBV04705.zip


#105

[B]BD Rebuilder 0.47.06

May 3rd, 2014 - v0.47.06

  • 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.[/B]

BD Rebuilder software page:

http://www.jdobbs.net/freeware/BD-RBV04706.zip


#106

[B]BD Rebuilder 0.47.07

July 18th, 2014 - v0.47.07

  • Corrected an error that could prevent keeping the original video in sources with multipart playlists in a movie-only backup, even though it will fit without re-encoding.
  • Added code to prefer 3D playlists over non-3D playlists when selecting the default playlist for movie-only encoding. Note: The selected playlist can still be overridden using the “Other Movie-Only Playlist” menu option.
  • Made changes so that “ENCODER_MENU=1” actually displays the encoder menu.
  • Corrected a “PredictAndEncode() 00053 2806” error when FRIMEncode is used while “Use x264 internal LAVF…” is selected.
  • Added code to tell BD-RB to use the SSIF file as the source for 3D encoding when the two component M2TS files are not complete.
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
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BD Rebuilder software page:

Direct download link:
http://www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV04707.zip


#107

[B]BD Rebuilder 0.48.01

August 23rd, 2014 - v0.48.01

  • Added FFVideoSource() as the default decoding option. This means that FFDSHOW and HAALI are no longer required for operation (except when support for DirectshowSource is forced). Note: When this option is selected MPEG-2 decoding is accomplished by DGDecode.
  • Added a new hidden option DSHOW which will allow BD-RB to be used with DirectShow, this would require HAALI and FFDSHOW. It is not recommended unless problems are encountered as it may be discontinued in future releases.
  • Corrected an error in which Quick-Play title edits were not kept when the source was not writable (e.g. mounted ISO or BD Drive).
  • Added a checkbox under “Import/Quick-Play Settings” that instructs BD-RB to apply the audio/subtitle language filters defined in the SETTINGS dialog when importing a BD or DVD source. This allows you to remove any unwanted audio/subtitle tracks before any subsequent reencoding/rebuilding.
  • Modified video file import routine so that 1440x1080 sources are examined and those with 16:9 ratio do not have borders added.
  • Corrected an error in which 3D M2TS streams that are used for angles may not be properly flagged as 3D. This could result in playback failure when one of the alternate angles, typically related to non-original language, is selected.
  • Added new hidden option MENU_CUSTOM_COLOR and added “custom” as a color selection for use with MENU_ACTIVE_COLOR in Quick-Play and Import menus. See HIDDENOPTS.TXT.
  • Added new hidden option MENU_FONT. This will allow you to set the font used Quick-Play menus to be customized with any legal font. Note: Any specified unavailable font name will result in the Arial font (the BD-RB default).
  • Added an algorithm so that if none of the audio tracks in your SETUP list is present in the source, at least one language is kept – and your chosen default subtitle language is forced on.
  • Added a new hidden option SHUTDOWN_REBOOT that will reboot rather than shutdown when selected. See HIDDENOPTS.TXT for more information
  • Added the ability to perform IVTC on 720p sources when forced via the IVTC_SELECTION hidden operation.
  • Fixed an issue in which importing certain oddly sized video file sources with IMPORT_PAL_TO_NTSC set can result in illegally sized output.
  • Removed bicubic as a resize option. Bicubic could cause errors and blank video during output to ALTERNATE selections due to differences in filter parameter format.
  • Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2453).
  • Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2453).
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
    [/B]
    BD Rebuilder software page:
    http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=143716

Direct download:
http://www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV04801.zip


#108

[B]BD Rebuilder 0.48.02

August 24th, 2014 - v0.48.02

  • Corrected an issue in which some DVD subtitle imports could result in “- Source issue, subtitle n ignored”
  • Corrected an issue in which de-selecting and then attempting to select “FFVideoSource” as the frame server (from the SETUP dialog) would cause an attempt to browse for DGDecIM.
  • Made some modifications to the way in which IVTC from the streams list is handled.
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.[/B]

BD Rebuilder software page:

Direct download:
http://www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV04802.zip


#109

Version 0.48.03 Beta
Release Date: Aug 29, 2014

  • Corrected an issue in which ALTERNATE output
    to DVD was no longer working as of release of
    v0.48.01 due to HC encoder issues associated
    with the necessary FFVideoShow seek mode.
  • Corrected an error that could prevent preview
    from working when HAALI/FFDSHOW is not
    installed and DGDecNV or FRIM is selected.
  • Changed settings so FRIM is used for all
    previews. This avoids the issue in which
    attempting to preview with FFVideoSource can
    pause for a long period while the source is
    being indexed.
  • Corrected an issue that could cause encoding
    of 2D from 3D sources when using ALTERNATE
    presets to fail.
  • Added a workaround for incorrectly formatted
    3D sources, having shortened M2TS files, that
    are used for 2D ALTERNATE output.
  • Fixed an error in the BD import routine that
    removes audio and subtitle tracks during BD
    import.
  • Fixed an issue in which selecting LAVF as
    the frame server could result in the chapter
    file not being read and used for encoding.
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.

BD Rebuilder software page:
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=143716

Direct download:
http://www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV04803.zip


#110

[B]September 2nd, 2014 - v0.48.04

  • Modified execution so that, even though
    HAALI/FFDSHOW are still not required, they
    are recommended and the DirectshowSource
    filter will still become the default frame
    server when they are installed. Also, on
    systems using Windows versions earlier than
    Win7, some options will be disabled when
    HAALI/FFDSHOW are not installed.
  • Changed the SETUP dialog so that frame
    serving via DirectshowSource can explicitly
    be selected.
  • Removed FFVideoSource from the BD-RB package
    and disabled it as a frame-serving option.
  • Made several changes that could enhance BD-RB
    stability.
  • Corrected an error that could occur when
    attempting CRF with FRIMSource selected.
  • Removed the DSHOW hidden option, as it is now
    automatically recognized and set at runtime.
  • Added a new hidden option QUALITY_ULTRA
    which defines the X264 encode preset used
    when ULTRA-QUALITY is selected.
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.[/B]

BD Rebuilder software page:

Direct download:
http://www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV04804.zip


#111

[B]September 3nd, 2014 - v0.48.05

  • Corrected an error in which importing DVD
    subtitles with "Import languages limit…"
    selected could result in “Runtime Error 9,
    subscript out of range”.
  • Correct an error in which at startup a
    popup window will state “FFMS2.DLL missing”.
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
    [/B]
    These changes have also been incorporated into the 0.48.04 download.

BD Rebuilder software page:

Direct download:
http://www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV04805.zip


#112

[B]September 22nd, 2014 - v0.49.01

  • Added H.265/HEVC encoding to the ALTERNATE output routines. You can now backup a BD to an MKV file using 30-35% less space than H.264/AVC while maintaining the same level of quality. Note: Playback of the HEVC MKV file via MPC and some other players may require installation of an HEVC capable directshow filter. On such filter can be found with a search for “libde265”.
  • Added a new “IMPORT_HEVC_INTACT” hidden option. It will prevent conversion of HEVC to H.264 during import. This should only be used if you have a functional Directshow filter for HEVC and M2TS splitting installed on your system. See step 1A of README.TXT. This hidden option’s purpose is to prevent loss of quality by reencoding twice (once during import and once during backup).
  • Added a new option to the Import/Quick-Play setup dialog. You can now instruct BD-RB to attempt to find menu background audio to be used during DVD imports
  • Corrected an issue in which resizing of an interlaced source to progressive could, under certain circumstances, use the wrong default deinterlacing method.
  • Made changes so that an existing undefined language during DVD import will default to “eng”. This will prevent removal of those an undefined audio track when “Import only languages selected in SETUP dialog” is set in the IMPORT setting dialog. Note: Some commercial DVD discs fail to set a lang).
  • Added a check so that primary video sources that are detected as 480p/29.97 and 576p/50 are treated as 480i/576i to make them legal for BD usage.
  • Corrected an error in which 1080p subtitles could be resized, even though the source is already 1080.
  • Corrected an issue in which the state of the “Auto Quality” setting was overridding the quality selection saved in a BATCH job.
  • Upgraded HCENCODER (for DVD encodes) to the most recent version. The older version is no longer needed, as FFVideoSource is no longer supported.
  • Updated the included version of MKVMERGE to an new version that supports H.265 (v7.1.0).
  • Updated the included version of MKVEXTRACT to an new version (v7.1.0).
  • Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2479).
  • Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2479).
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.[/B]

BD Rebuilder software page:

Direct download:
http://www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV04901.zip


#113

[B]September 29th, 2014 - v0.49.02

  • Modified processing so that MPEG-2 sources use DEGINDEX and DGDECODE for decoding when DirectshowSource() is selected. This will result in more accurate encoding and sync. This is especially true when LAVFilters are used and iVTC has been selected.
  • Corrected an issue in which BD-RB could inappropriately keep an original source that is HEVC because its size will fit in the target when “IMPORT_HEVC_INTACT” is enabled.
  • Corrected an issue in which extracting a BD video source containing HEVC (illegal) would result in an error upon attempt to remux into intact ALTERNATE output.
  • Corrected an error in which selecting HEVC output with the 2-pass target option set was not working correctly.
  • Added TWEAK_X265 as a hidden option, allows tweaking, adding command line options, to the x265 command line for HEVC encoding.
  • Updated x265 version to the daily release for 9/28/2914.
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.[/B]

BD Rebuilder software page:

Direct download:
http://www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV04902.zip


#114

[B]October 2nd, 2014 - v0.49.04

  • Corrected an issue introduced in v0.49.02 in which attempting to preview MPEG-2 sources could result in distorted playback or failure.
  • Circumvented an exceptionally rare problem in which previewing a source of less than 24 frames could fail after an aborted encode.
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.[/B]

BD Rebuilder software page:

Direct download:
http://www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV04904.zip


#115

[B]BD Rebuilder 0.49.05

October 9th, 2014 - v0.49.05

  • Modified BD-RB so it looks to ensure that LAV filters are set as the preferred decoder when they are installed in support of BD-RB.
  • Gave LAV filters priority as the preferred decoder when both LAV and HAALI/FFDSHOW is installed.
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.[/B]

BD Rebuilder software page:

Direct download:
http://www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV04905.zip


#116

[B]BD Rebuilder 0.49.07

November 19th, 2014 - v0.49.07

  • Added a new hidden setting. MENU_ROLLOVER instructs BD-RB to make Quick-Menus so that pushing “down” from the last item will roll to item #1, and pushing “up” from the first item will roll to the last item.
  • Corrected an issue in which attempting to use the original BD background during import could, rarely, result in blocky MENU output.
  • Corrected an error in which attempting to perform an ALTERNATE backup while SupTitle() is selected for forced subtitles could cause a error/failure in CreateAVS() on multipart sources.
  • Fixed the possibility of hitting a forced STOP statement when an MPLS is encountered that has no M2TS files listed as content.
  • Returned to the original recommended LAV Filters version. BD-RB itself will now take responsibility for making preferred codec changes to the registry, similar to how it does when FFDSHOW is installed. This should prevent installation failures of LAV with Windows 8.1 systems.
  • Removed forced expiration date.
  • Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2491).
  • Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2491).
  • Updated x265 version to the daily release for 11/03/2014.
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
    [/B]

BD Rebuilder software page:

Direct download:
http://www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV04907.zip


#117

[B]December 5th, 2014 - v0.50.01

  • Corrected an issue in which a source that contains empty PGS streams could cause a failure when muxing to MKV files.
  • Corrected a problem where encodes of stereo AC3 was using 192Kbs rather than 224Kbs.
  • Corrected an error that could cause encode failure in CreateAVS() when an MPEG2 source is encountered while using X264/LAVF mode.
  • Corrected an issue in which two pass target mode, under the ALTERNATE encoding method, did not properly account for the size of intact audio.
  • Fixed an issue in which 480i sources may fail to be re-encoded when IVTC_480i is set on a source that is already small enough to meet size criteria.
  • Updated x265 version to the daily release for 11/25/2014.
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.[/B]

BD Rebuilder software page:

Direct download:
http://www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV05001.zip


#118

[B]December 28th, 2014 - v0.50.02

  • Added a new hidden option. IVTC_METHOD lets you choose between DECOMB and TIVTC as the inverse telecining method. Usage is defined in HIDDENOPTS.TXT.
  • Added the ability to add multiple playlists to the batch queue when ALTERNATE output is selected. The feature can be accessed by a right click in the queue area (if ALTERNATE output is chosen). For sources previously imported, the titles specified during import will be used as output names for the MKV or MP4 files. Meant as a time saver for those who like to create MKV/MP4 versions of series discs.
  • Improved automatic audio bitrate ("*") for MKV and MP4 ALTERNATE output. It now uses a constant quality parameter for encoding rather than a predetermined set of audio bitrates. See ALTAUTOAUDIO in HIDDENOPTS.
  • Corrected an issue in which added borders and/or resizing that is specified in PINFO may not be applied when re-encoding from an imported source when MULTIPROCESS is in use with Directshowsource().
  • Corrected an error in which required video resizing mandated by PINFO for an imported source was not being honored in X264/LAVF mode. This could result in a distorted encode and “stretched” view during playback.
  • Added code to adjust for DVD imports that have a horizontal resolution of 352 pixels. That format is legal for DVD, but not for the BD standard. It is a rare format, but it exists on some discs.
  • Corrected an issue in which deinterlacing filters might be used on a 720p source.
  • Corrected an error in which aborting during an ALTERNATE mux, and then attempting to resume could result in “ERROR in attempt to mux (MKVMERGE)”.
  • Corrected an issue in which some movies may have their audio length clipped when using NeroAACEnc.
  • Fixed a problem in which a 480i source might be left intact, even when iVTC has been selected and should be accomplished.
  • Updated the included version of X265.EXE to a newer release (12/22/2014).
  • Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2525).
  • Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2525).
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.[/B]

BD Rebuilder software page:

Direct download:
http://www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV05002.zip


#119

[B]January 21st, 2015 - v0.50.03

  • Improved prediction of audio size when auto ALTERNATE audio bitrate an a target size is selected.
  • Added a new audio option to the SETUP dialog that enables use of a special type of Dynamic Range Compression. This option will improve some audio tracks where quieter sounds, like conversations, can be lost due to playback volume adjustments needed for louder sounds.
  • Added a new hidden option AUDIO_DRC_FACTOR which sets a factor for amount of Dynamic Range Compression. See HIDDENOPTS.TXT
  • Corrected an issue with automatic ALTERNATE audio bitrate settings when a target size has been selected (resulting in “Audio is too large for target” dialog).
  • Corrected an issue in which restarting from an aborted encode while forced subtitles are enabled might result in the subtitles not being displayed by default. This would also apply to ALTERNATE encodes using SupTitle.
  • Corrected an issue in which forced subtitles in multipart movie-only titles did not work properly.
  • Added a hidden option MPEG2_DIRECTSHOW. If set to “1” it will disable DGDECODE.DLL as the decoder for MPEG-2 via AVISYNTH (when in Directshow mode) and use DirectshowSource() instead. The default is “0” (OFF). It is not recommended to change the default except as required for very special circumstances.
  • Corrected a problem in which it is possible, under certain circumstances that a segment of a multipart movie-only encode might get flagged to keep intact while other parts are encoded.
  • Updated the included version of X265.EXE to a newer release (01/08/2015).
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
    [/B]

BD Rebuilder software page:

Direct download link:
www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV05003.zip


#120

[B]BD Rebuilder 0.50.04

February 16th, 2015 - v0.50.04

  • Added an option to keep play-all sequences to the IMPORT settings. Rarely a disc may contain a structure that can mask some of the wanted playlists/PGCs that appear to be redundant. This option tells BD-RB to list all playlists/PGCs even it one or more may appear to be a “Play All” sequence. You can then remove or keep after reviewing in the menu/title editor.
  • Corrected an issue in which imported DVD sources with audio delays could create sync issues when a discontinuity is detected.
  • Fixed an issue in which PGS subtitles that are a result of an import of an MKV were not working when attempting to remux into a DVD format.
  • Fixed an error that could result in report of “ReencodeAudio() 00009 1801” on multipart sources that have leading audio anomalies.
  • Corrected an error in which attempting to do 3D backups in batch mode could result in “Run-time error ‘55’: File already open”.
  • Fixed an error in which 3D sources might experience a “Failed in attempt to multiplex: MUX_MOVIE_ONLY.meta” and “Can’t open file” when rebuilding.
  • Updated the included version of MKVMERGE and MKVEXTRACT to a newer version (v7.5.0).
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.[/B]

BD Rebuilder software page:

Direct download link:
www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV05004.zip


#122

[B]March 8th, 2015 - v0.50.05

  • Updated Quick-Menu code. Now multiple menu pages are created when more menu items are present than will fit on one page. Applies to menus created with Quick-Menu or Imports.
  • Added a new hidden option MENU_MAXITEMS that limits the number of menu items to be shown on each menu page. See HIDDENOPTS.TXT.
  • Added MENU_BACKDROP_OPACITY as a new hidden option. This allows you to customize the opacity (transparency level) of the menu backdrop, ranging from transparent to completely opaque. See HIDDENOPTS.TXT.
  • Corrected an issue in which bitrates set to 384Kbs in ALTERNATE encoding were assuming stereo downmix (the rule should be applied only when the bitrate is LESS THAN 384Kbs).
  • Updated the included version of the FRIM utilities and library to v1.24. This will correct some reported decoding issues that were present in previous versions of the Intel Media SDK related to 3D processing.
  • Updated the MKVMERGE command line so that forced subtitles will be properly flagged in the ouput MKV file.
  • Corrected an issue in which, under certain circumstances, the audio portion of a full backup on a multi-part source might be set to reencode as stereo rather than 5.1 when LAV filters are in use and stereo mixing has been enabled.
  • Fixed a problem in which selecting audio and/or subtitles as defaulted or forced on from the streams list (in movie-only mode) was not working when working for 3D sources.
  • Corrected an issue in which 3D titles that have been reauthored using Quick-Play mode may not play back in 3D.
  • Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the latest release (r2538).
  • Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the latest release (r2538).
  • Updated the included version of X265.EXE to a newer release (03/07/2015).
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.[/B]

BD Rebuilder software page:

Direct download link:
www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV05005.zip


#123

[B]April 12th, 2015 - v0.50.06

  • Modified the one-pass CRF routines so that a CRF encoding oversize of 2% or more will automatically cause a second pass for size correction.
  • Added MENU_BACKDROP_AUTOSIZE as a new hidden option. When set to “1” the menu backdrop will highlight only the number of items in the list.
  • Modified MENU_TOP hidden option. Now it can be set to any value from 100 to 910. This combined with MENU_BACKDROP_AUTOSIZE makes it possible to vertically position the menu in the viewing space. Note: If MENU_TOP’s value would cause graphic overrun beyond the bottom of the screen – it is automatically adjusted up so the menu will fit. So if you want to justify your menu from the bottom of the page – you can just use the value 910.
  • Corrected an error in which the output size could be extremely off when outputting to an ALTERNATE preset while certain audio settings preferences were selected.
  • Corrected an error introduced in v0.47.05 in which multipart sources using DGDECNV with multiprocessing can cause an error “Can’t open file: …” for the secondary video followed by an abort of the rebuild.
  • Corrected an issue in which selecting the dropdown choice for inverse telecining from the streams list was not working for 720p sources (59.94fps).
  • Updated the included version of MKVMERGE and MKVEXTRACT to a newer version (v7.8.0). This fixes some reported ALTERNATE encoding and output issues.
  • Updated the included version of the FRIM utilities and library to v1.25. Several new options included, plus better stdin command line support.
  • Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.[/B]

BD Rebuilder software page:

Direct download link:
www.jdobbs.net/Freeware/BD-RBV05006.zip