DVDFab 4.1.1.6 Beta is out

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#1

Dear all,

DVDFab products 4.1.1.6 Beta is out (Mar 19, 2008):

DVDFab Platinum 4.1.1.6 Beta:
http://www.dvdfab.com/download/DVDFabPlatinum4116Beta_avangate-689.exe

DVDFab Gold 4.1.1.6 Beta:
http://www.dvdfab.com/download/DVDFabGold4116Beta_avangate-689.exe

DVDFab HD Decrypter 4.1.1.6 Beta:
http://www.dvdfab.com/download/DVDFabHDDecrypter4116Beta_avangate-689.exe

What’s New:

4.1.1.6 Beta (Mar 19, 2008)

  • Fix: A crash problem when opening DVD in certain cases, which was introduced in 4.1.1.5 Beta.

4.1.1.5 Beta (Mar 18, 2008)

  • New: Improved removal of RCE protection.
  • New: Updated language files.
  • Fix: An empty content problem when PathPlayer is enabled, in certain cases.
  • Fix: A crash problem when selecting “jump to menu/title when disc inserted”, in certain cases.
  • Fix: A freeze problem when copying FluxDVD protected DVDs.

4.1.1.0 Beta (Mar 16, 2008)

  • New: Rebuilt with latest development tool VS2008.
  • New: Improved support for CORE X2 protection as found on some Czech DVDs.
  • New: Updated language files.
  • Fix: PathPlayer may remove playable content in certain cases.
  • Fix: PathPlayer may cause crash in certain cases.
  • Fix: A crash problem when converting to Xbox 360 in certain cases, for “DVD to Mobile”.
  • Fix: Ouput file cannot be played on PSP since “Unsupported Data” in certain cases, for “DVD to Mobile”.

Best Regards,
Fengtao


#2

Hi :slight_smile:
Very speedy…Thanks…:iagree::clap::bow::cool:


#3

Wow, that was fast. Have not had a chance to test 4115 yet. Thanks for the quick work.


#4

How do I contact someone in the tech area to address the problem I have and I believe others also have with SATA DVD Drives. The program takes almost twice as long to read a commercial DVD movie on a very fast Samsung SATA Drive than it does on a slower Pioneer PATA Drive. I have tried it on several different PC’s with always the same result. About the only thing in common was the Samsung SH203B Drive. I have brought this problem up several times and have been told it would be turned over to the tech people. That was many versions ago!! What am I missing? I like the program but have had to relagate it to a system with a PATA DVD Drive.


#5

When I install the updated programs, is it ok to just install over the previous copy or am I supposed to completely unistall the previous version 1st?:confused:


#6

[QUOTE=iceman61;2022481]When I install the updated programs, is it ok to just install over the previous copy or am I supposed to completely unistall the previous version 1st?:confused:[/QUOTE]It is perfectly fine to install over the previous versions.


#7

[QUOTE=The Kipper;2022435]Wow, that was fast. Have not had a chance to test 4115 yet. Thanks for the quick work.[/QUOTE]ditto :bow:


#8

Sad to say… I still receive the same error as I did on 4.1.1.5 Beta
Still unable to update to 4.1.1.6 because it says I need to update to a newer windows version.

Is anyone else still having troubles with updating running windows ME?

Thanks!
Ron


#9

I’m having the same issue in 4.1.1.6 that I reported in the 4.1.1.5 thread:

I have seen a new issue that cropped up in the 4.1.1.0 platinum beta and continues in this (4.1.1.6) platinum beta. I use the “Full Disk” option, and if I check “Copy Non-DVD files”, the disk size drop-down box changes itself from “DVD5” to “DVD9” and Quality is some outrageous number like “4% 171891 MB ->8000 MB”. I’ve tried about 10 or 15 different DVD’s with the same result.

I tried completely uninstalling and re-installing, but no go. When I “downgrade” to the latest non-beta version, this option works fine.


#10

Has anyone else tried 4.1.1.6 on either “Gone Baby Gone” or “No Country for Old Men”? It seemed to work, but when creating a disc with Clone DVD, at the very end of the file creation process, it sad “be sure that all input files are available and that they represent a properly mastered dvd”. It could be Clone DVD, but I thought I’d ask. Thanks.


#11

Has anyone else tried 4.1.1.6 on “Southland Tales”? I’ve tried everything I could think of & the same problem pops up while it’s ripping to HD.

14:36:46: Analyzing of DVD started
14:36:46: Analyzing of DVD completed successfully
14:36:46: Copy process started
14:37:38: Task_1 failed! Error=102(VTS_01_0.VOB 2048 6144)
14:37:39: Process failed!

It wouldn’t work with 4.1.0.2 either before I updated to 4.1.1.6


#12

:):):):):):):)Niceone:):):):):):):slight_smile:


#13

[quote=iceman61;2022689]Has anyone else tried 4.1.1.6 on “Southland Tales”? I’ve tried everything I could think of & the same problem pops up while it’s ripping to HD.

14:36:46: Analyzing of DVD started
14:36:46: Analyzing of DVD completed successfully
14:36:46: Copy process started
14:37:38: Task_1 failed! Error=102(VTS_01_0.VOB 2048 6144)
14:37:39: Process failed!

It wouldn’t work with 4.1.0.2 either before I updated to 4.1.1.6[/quote]

Error 102 is a read error, I suspect that the DVD has a bad place on it I suggest that you return it to the store and get a new copy.


#14

I had tried “I am Legend” with 4.1.0.2 and it wouldn’t read the disk. Gave me a message about enabling Pathplayer (even though I had it set to enable Pathplayer when necessary), then when it restarted, still woudn’t read it. Popped in this Beta and processed the movie with no issues. Very nice.


#15

just used 4.1.1.6 to back up “I Am Legend” and got this…

OS: Windows XP Home Edition, SP3
CPU: GenuineIntel, Intel Pentium 4, MMX @ 0 MHz

Module name: C:\Program Files\DVDFab Platinum 4\DVDFabPlatinum.exe

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???:confused:
Backup completed ok and did a spot check on dvd player ok

but what was the error???:confused:


#16

I had tried “I am Legend” with 4.1.0.2 and it wouldn’t read the disk. Gave me a message about enabling Pathplayer (even though I had it set to enable Pathplayer when necessary), then when it restarted, still woudn’t read it. Popped in this Beta and processed the movie with no issues. Very nice.

Since I posted that, I have found that DVD Shrink by itself will process this movie so it doesn’t have anything new related to copy protection. Dunno why 4.1.0.2 had problems with it for me.


#17

[quote=Critters4us2keep;2022557]Sad to say… I still receive the same error as I did on 4.1.1.5 Beta
Still unable to update to 4.1.1.6 because it says I need to update to a newer windows version.

Is anyone else still having troubles with updating running windows ME?

Thanks!
Ron[/quote]With all due respect Ron, but have you considered upgrading your OS? Windows ME was a terrible OS and Microsoft discontinued selling it shortly after it was released. It was (is) a buggy OS that had MAJOR compatibility problems with all kinds of Windows applications.

You will find that Windows XP will run just fine on the hardware platform that Windows ME runs on.

Good luck,
-IP


#18

With all due respect Ron, but have you considered upgrading your OS? Windows ME was a terrible OS and Microsoft discontinued selling it shortly after it was released. It was (is) a buggy OS that had MAJOR compatibility problems with all kinds of Windows applications.

I can’t agree more with that comment. Why some are still running ME or 98 is beyond me. No one is that broke. The difference between ME/98 and XP is night and day.


#19

[QUOTE=Critters4us2keep;2022557]
Sad to say… I still receive the same error as I did on 4.1.1.5 Beta
Still unable to update to 4.1.1.6 because it says I need to update to a newer windows version.

Is anyone else still having troubles with updating running windows ME?
[/QUOTE]

Yes, or at least with MS Windows 98SE, 4.1.1.6 Beta has the same problem as we reported for 4.1.1.0 Beta and 4.1.1.5 Beta.

Oh well, the problem fixed in 4.1.1.6 Beta would seem to have a high priority, and I rather doubt that Fengtao has forgotten our particular problem. Maybe next release?


#20

I may be wrong but it was my understanding that when using [U]Visual Studio 2008[/U] that [U]Visual C++[/U] compiled binaries have a minimum requirement of [U]Windows 2000[/U] for the target OS.