DVDFab 7.0.5.1 Beta is out (April 30, 2010)

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#1

Dear all,

DVDFab 7.0.5.1 Beta is out (April 30, 2010):

http://www.dvdfab.com/mlink/download.php?g=DVDFAB_BETA

What’s New:

DVDFab 7.0.5.1 Beta (April 30, 2010)

New: Updated language files.

Blu-ray to Blu-ray:
New: Added “Encoding Settings” in in “Settings -> Blu-ray to Blu-ray” window.
New: Added “Fast Speed / Normal Quality” and “Slow Speed / High Quality” options. “Fast Speed / Normal Quality” is the default option, you can try “Slow Speed / High Quality” to see the result.
Fix: A washed out video problem when reencoding video.

DVDFab 7.0.5.0 Beta (April 29, 2010)

Blu-ray to Blu-ray:
New: All versions of Avatar BD+ are supported now, it’s a great success for customers who can own their fair-use right, again.
New: Added “BD25 1080P” output for “Full Disc” mode.
New: Added compression for BD50 to single BD25.
New: Added “AVCHD(BD5/BD9) Compatibility Settings” in “Settings -> Blu-ray to Blu-ray” window.
New: Added “Create restrict compatible AVCHD folder structure (without certificate folder)” option, which you should choose if you want to play the backup disc on standalone player.
New: Added “Create software player compatible AVCHD folder structure (with certificate folder)” option, which you should choose if you want to play the backup ISO with software player.

DVDFab 7.0.4.5 Beta (April 23, 2010)

DVD to DVD:
Fix: A copying problem for “Alice in Wonderland”.

Blu-ray to Blu-ray:
New: Added support to copy Avatar Blu-ray disc in “Full Disc” and “Clone” mode. For “Main Movie” mode, v7040 can do it without problem.

Best Regards,
Fengtao


#2

:eek:So soon :confused: seems like just yesterday that we had the last update :doh: oh well the update doesn’t pertain to me :smiley: but nice to know Fengtao is still hard at work :clap:

Thanks Wombler :cool:


#3

Yeah the updates have been coming thick and fast recently.

As you say, good thing for us though. :slight_smile:

[B]Wombler[/B]


#4

New: Added “Create restrict compatible AVCHD folder structure (without certificate folder)” option, which you should choose if you want to play the backup disc on standalone player.
does this mean it will play back on a standard dvd player or does it have to be bluray player


#5

Tried Avatar BD50 to BD25 remove nothing… job finished 100% but the movie would only play about half way on my BD Player then you just get the audio, seems to be a problem with the parts of the movie that were originally on layer 2 :frowning:

Playing it on my pc i got the picture but it was not right… like stuttering or something.


#6

[QUOTE=Da Sheep!;2515543]Tried Avatar BD50 to BD25 remove nothing… job finished 100% but the movie would only play about half way on my BD Player then you just get the audio, seems to be a problem with the parts of the movie that were originally on layer 2 :frowning:

Playing it on my pc i got the picture but it was not right… like stuttering or something.[/QUOTE]

Did you rip to the hard drive first and watch it on your computer before burning to disc to ensure it was correct ?


#7

Yer i ripped to hd and burned to BD50 with IMGBurn and works great… converted and burned to BD25 is where the problems are, its UK version of Avatar if that means anything… did not remove hd audio just clean convert.


#8

As for me, I ripped the movie Top Gun blu ray to my hard drive…From there I tried to use dvd fab blu ray to compress to a BD25…Dvdfab analyzes the Top Gun Folder in like a minute or so(surely not right) and then proceeds to crash and stop completely…Anyone else have this problem??


#9

I dont’ have [B]Blu-Ray[/B] but I found this on line in [B]Yahoo[/B] news.

An unusual glitch has angered some “Avatar” Blu-ray owners. For these unlucky people, since the disc won’t play on their Blu-ray players, their new “Avatar” Blu-ray serves no real purpose other than to sit idly on the coffee table.

“When 3 out of 3 players in my house (Denon, Samsung and PC) won’t play it, then 20th Century Fox should be slapped with losses on this one,” said one irritated customer.

In reality, the disc works fine; the problem stems from the Blu-ray players themselves. In order to run optimally, the firmware for these fancy Blu-ray machines needs to be updated regularly via a download from the Web. (“Firmware” is the program that controls the performance of an electronic device, which would be, in this case, the playback of a Blu-ray disc.)

If a Blu-ray player owner doesn’t have a home Internet connection, the chances are good the player’s firmware will be out of date. Thus making “Avatar” – a movie that prides itself on being presented with only the most cutting edge of technology – unplayable with the older firmware. The problem isn’t unique to “Avatar,” but the movie’s popularity has made those complaints among the loudest.

Unfortunately, people without an Internet connection probably aren’t reading this particular story – or the hundreds of other pieces instructing new Blu-ray player owners on how to upgrade. So they’re not aware of the root of a problem.

But while they may not have home access to the Internet, they likely do have a telephone. And they’ve been using their phone to flood retailers with angry calls.

Kimberley