CloneBD 1.1.7.1 Discussion Thread


#1

https://www.elby.ch/download/SetupCloneBD1171.exe

Note: the beta incorporates an enormous amount of rewrites and structural redesigns, so your beta testing input is very appreciated.
It also comes with Ultra HD support, so whoever owns unencrypted UHD images/folders can try CloneBD on them.

Software base UHD support is included, but of course not very fast, unless you make lossless copies (lossless UHD to MKV is included).

Real speed requires an nVidia card (which still will be improved further in upcoming versions), here are the basic requirements:
compress UHD HDR to 8 bit MKV or MP4, full acceleration requires at least an nVidia GTX 9xx
CloneBD will perform the required HDR to SDR and color space conversion
compress UHD HDR to 10 bit MKV, full acceleration requires at least an nVidia GTX1050 card (for HEVC Main 10 Level encoding with HDR)
Full UHD disc copy is experimental.

Changelog CloneBD Blu-ray Media Converter

1.1.7.1 2017-11-24

  • Fix: bert would occasionally not resize properly
  • Fix: chpl atom in MP4 files
  • Fix: fragmented clips could be identified as bogus
  • Fix: implement new AMD hardware acceleration interface
  • Fix: Detection of TrueHD tracks
  • Fix: Frame rate of some video tracks incorrectly displayed in MKV header
  • Fix: more support for MPEG-2 video tracks
  • Fix: added further support for some Japanese Panasonic BD recorders
  • New: show accelerators used per codec for encoding on target page
  • New: support for Ultra HD
  • New: UHD to MKV/MP4 lossless
  • New: added support for HEVC 10 bit,
    BT.2020 color matrix
    HDR transfer characteristics
    2160p resolution
  • New: support UHD to MKV/MP4 (10 bit HDR or 8 bit SDR with color space
    conversion and luminance correction)
  • Improved: abort of converter thread aborts
  • Improved: snapshot gathering speed
  • Improved: enhanced clpi 3D sector layout detection
  • Improved: slightly faster AMD encoding (driver still limits the maximum rate
    to some arbitrary number, although the GPU is not maxed out)
  • Improved: shared memory handling
  • Change: MKV/MP4 omit additional title description in filename, if only a single
    file is produced
  • many minor fixes and improvements
  • updated languages

#2

[quote]Software base UHD support is included, but of course not very fast, unless you make lossless copies (lossless UHD to MKV is included).

Real speed requires an nVidia card (which still will be improved further in upcoming versions), here are the basic requirements:
compress UHD HDR to 8 bit MKV or MP4, full acceleration requires at least an nVidia GTX 9xx
CloneBD will perform the required HDR to SDR and color space conversion
compress UHD HDR to 10 bit MKV, full acceleration requires at least an nVidia GTX1050 card (for HEVC Main 10 Level encoding with HDR)
Full UHD disc copy is experimental.[/quote]I like this development going forward. Got the GTX1060 6G card already in stock along with 16gig RAM and AMD 1500X to push it along.


#3

I’m a bit confused about this update…either ’ the fox’ has it’s own ripping solution around the corner,because this CloneBD release supports 4K UHD now,or otherwise they aknowledged that DeUHD does a fair good job,so they had to jump on the bandwagon…:bigsmile:
If ‘the fox’ jumped on the DeUHD bandwagon,I wonder about how the RedFox fanboys wil react,since some of them liked to diss DeUHD’s capabilities…:bigsmile:


#4

Who knows with the Redfox Team all things are possible and don’t leave out Dvdfab either.:biggrin:


#5

No need to…I suspect that DvdFab is already covered by the DeUHD release…:bigsmile:


#6

Actually the fanboys really don’t care as long as it has the option they’ll live with it. hate to burst your bubble here.


#7

I have plenty of time to wait and see how this all plays out and I am in no Hurry to spend $200.00 Euro on DeUHD or even the 6 Month license .

I think the major players Dvdfab and Redfox will some how magically support UHD decryption sooner than we may all think JMO.