CloneBD V1.0.8.5 Discussion Thread

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#1

http://sandbox.redfox.bz/SetupCloneBD1085beta.exe

1.0.8.5 Beta 2016-08-04
fix: transition through multiple clips
fix: t-std buffering of m2ts streams, major rewrite of muxing engine
fix: t-es buffering and buffer sizes of m2ts streams
fix: cue ordering could mess up MKV structure
fix: enforce accurate subtitle positioning
fix: workaround some ffmpeg bugs in MKV assembly
fix: audio switching in preview player
fix: Matroska chapters
fix: matroska add AudioSamplebits, AudioChannels[7.1]
fix: PowerDVD playback of some MKV lossless copies (SPS/PPS detection with uncommon nalu codes)
fix: “Birdman” menu background playlist was hidden for selection (menu resulted in black background)
fix: PTS timeline for single-frame video .m2ts
change: matroska start new cluster only based on video time/buffer
improved: allow stream subtype change (for multiple clips per playlist)
improved: correct parsing of MLP extension in AC3 core + MLP extension streams
change: MKV, add subtitle duration for PG subs
change: until 3D copy is implemented, 1:1 copies of 3D-BDs result in 2D discs. Note, that this may not always work, if BD-J code requires - and insists on - 3D
improved: added several items to MKV container
minor fixes and improvements
updated languages


#2

This version fixed a problematic BD copy issue and now it works.


#3

But it is a case of one step forwards two steps back.
Pete (admin RedFox)
"Warning: due to the major rewrites in this version, problems were anticipated.

The following problems are currently known:
There is a problem when recompressing to Blu-ray format, the output may play “jumpy”.
This affects only transcoding (lossless video copies are ok, also MKV/MP4 file output is not affected)
LPCM with 24bit lossless copy to MKV garbles the result.
Mono streams don’t copy correctly
Just be aware of the fact that this is a Beta meant to uncover exactly this kind of problems.

Elby is working on a fix for number 1.
The other two have alreay been fixed internally.
An update will follow as soon as the transcoding bug is resolved "
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#4

[QUOTE=soulsurvivor;2779012]But it is a case of one step forwards two steps back.
Pete (admin RedFox)
"Warning: due to the major rewrites in this version, problems were anticipated.

The following problems are currently known:
There is a problem when recompressing to Blu-ray format, the output may play “jumpy”.
This affects only transcoding (lossless video copies are ok, also MKV/MP4 file output is not affected)
LPCM with 24bit lossless copy to MKV garbles the result.
Mono streams don’t copy correctly
Just be aware of the fact that this is a Beta meant to uncover exactly this kind of problems.

Elby is working on a fix for number 1.
The other two have alreay been fixed internally.
An update will follow as soon as the transcoding bug is resolved "
[/QUOTE]
For me 1:1 backup worked fine on one problem BD anime movie and now I got a backup just incase. So my problem was resolved so it wasn’t one step foward since I don’t compress or convert.


#5

You could use CloneCD.
No that’s not a typo.


#6

[QUOTE=soulsurvivor;2779029]You could use CloneCD.
No that’s not a typo.[/QUOTE]
Looks like someone doesn’t read what is being discussued. CloneCD doesn’t work on BD. Were talking about CloneBD if you want to talk about CloneCD post to CloneCD.


#7

CloneCD can rip a Bluray 1:1 to iso, but it can’t burn because it never got updated to support udf 2.50, it won’t know how to burn, so you would have leave it in .iso form.


#8

[QUOTE=coolcolors;2779045]Looks like someone doesn’t read what is being discussued. CloneCD doesn’t work on BD. Were talking about CloneBD if you want to talk about CloneCD post to CloneCD.[/QUOTE]

Looks like someone doesn’t know about 1:1 ripping with CloneCD.
If you merely want 1:1 copies you can use CloneCD. I know I have. :wink:


#9

[QUOTE=soulsurvivor;2779100]Looks like someone doesn’t know about 1:1 ripping with CloneCD.
If you merely want 1:1 copies you can use CloneCD. I know I have. ;)[/QUOTE]

So have I, I have been doing it for 3 years.


#10

[QUOTE=soulsurvivor;2779100]Looks like someone doesn’t know about 1:1 ripping with CloneCD.
If you merely want 1:1 copies you can use CloneCD. I know I have. ;)[/QUOTE]
This is for CloneBD if you want to debate CloneCD then post in CloneCD. Last I heard from RedFox want to make ISO from BD you use CloneDVD - CloneCD will not do BD.


#11

[QUOTE=coolcolors;2779106]This is for CloneBD if you want to debate CloneCD then post in CloneCD. Last I heard from RedFox want to make ISO from BD you use CloneDVD - CloneCD will not do BD.[/QUOTE]I would say if an admin posts with clone CD in this thread it is okay or did you get promoted?


#12

[QUOTE=ILLP;2779115]I would say if an admin posts with clone CD in this thread it is okay or did you get promoted?[/QUOTE]

:cool: :bow:


#13

[QUOTE=coolcolors;2779106]This is for CloneBD if you want to debate CloneCD then post in CloneCD. Last I heard from RedFox want to make ISO from [B]BD you use CloneDVD[/B] - CloneCD will not do BD.[/QUOTE]

You are wrong.:wink: It wont burn the .iso but it will make the 1:1 .iso. Do a bit of research. You can also use CloneBD but not CloneDVD as you have stated above. soulsurvivor is correct. And coolcolors, you are [B]not[/B] the Mod here, you do not tell people where they can and cannot post. That’s my job.:wink: