CloneBD 1.2.9.0 Final Discussion Thread ( Elaborate Bytes)

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1.2.9.0 2020-05-08

  • fix: correct tagging for 2160p@60Hz video
  • improved: updated AVC video encoder for better and faster video encoding
  • improved: updated HEVC video encoder for better and faster video encoding
  • improved: new AAC encoder with better audio quality
  • improved: full support for DTS-HD audio streams (7.1 audio; secondary)
  • improved: full support for TrueHD audio streams with high sampling rate
  • improved: better handling of Dolby Atmos audio streams (some streams still may not decode)
  • improved: better handling of 192 kHz sampling rate audio streams
  • improved: better multi-channel audio mixing
  • improved: full handling of AVCHD discs made by BD recorders
  • improved: handling of all meta-data in video streams
  • added: new algorithm for adaptive bitrate
  • added: more constant bitrate when output is TS
  • fix: lossless audio copy when input it LPCM at 96 or 192 kHz
  • fix: various A/V sync with small clips
  • fix: memory leaks for extremely long clips
  • fix: Dolby Vision meta-data in a few clips
  • fix: AVC encoding parameters to be more compliant with BD standard
  • fix: subtitle decoding when the dimensions are wrong
  • fix: MPEG-2 video with broken NTSC CC meta-data
  • fix: VC-1 should finally work with all sub-types of interlacing
  • fix: invalid selection of some SSE4 instruction availabilty on some AMD CPUs
  • fix: handling of lossless video when the GOP size is extremely long in MKV files
  • fix: detection of endianness of LPCM audio
  • fix: MP4 container is more compatible with the latest MacOS (for playback)
  • fix: crash when subtitles are very small
  • fix: Matroska file header is more compliant to the “standard”
  • many minor fixes and improvements
  • updated languages