DVDFab 8.1.6.5 Qt Beta (March 6, 2012)

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#1

Dear all,

DVDFab 8.1.6.5 Qt Beta is out:

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

DVDFab 8.1.6.5 Qt Beta (March 6, 2012)

New: Added support for Windows 8.
New: Updated qt runtime dlls.
New: Updated language files.
Fix: A problem of drag and drop.

Blu-ray Copy:
New: Added support for new Java-based protection.
New: Improved main playlist detection for latest Blu-ray discs with fake playlists protection. DVDFab will select main playlist in “Main Movie” mode, also the main playlist can be got in “Settings -> Info” window.
Fix: A freeze problem when copying to BD5/BD9 with GPU acceleration enabled in certain cases.
Fix: A bad quality video problem when using Lightning-Recoding in certain cases.
Fix: Blu-ray 3D backup disc is not playable when using “Copy as Blu-ray 2D” in certain cases.
NOTE: We suggest user to use the original Blu-ray 2D disc to create 2D backup, and use original Blu-ray 3D disc to create 3D backup. For single 3D+2D disc, there is no problem to use “Copy as Blu-ray 2D”.
Fix: Blu-ray 3D backup disc is not playable when using “Convert to Blu-ray SBS 3D” in certain cases.
Fix: A 504 error when copying Blu-ray 3D disc to BD5/BD9 using “Convert to Blu-ray SBS 3D” in certain cases.

Video Converter:
New: Added support for ass/ssa subtitle files.
New: Added support for UTF-8 and unicode subtitle files.

DVD Creator:
New: 16:9 output will be selected automatically when source file is wider then 16:9 like 2.35:1.
New: Added support for ass/ssa subtitle files.
New: Added support for UTF-8 and unicode subtitle files.

Blu-ray Creator:
New: Added support for ass/ssa subtitle files.
New: Added support for UTF-8 and unicode subtitle files.
Fix: No sound problem when converting other audio stream to AC3 audio.


#2

Thanks SJ


#3

Thanks!!


#4

[QUOTE=Miroku44444;2625484]Thanks!![/QUOTE]
Your Welcome[B]!![/B] :bigsmile:


#5

Thanks SJ. :flower:

[B]Wombler[/B]


#6

So, in a continuation of my CSS/AACS problems first mentioned in the 8.1.6.3 thread :slight_smile:

I solved it. I haven’t used DVDFab in a good long while to copy anything, so I didn’t notice that the the 2 executables which handle CSS & AACS decryption had changed from one 32-bit version, to two files, one for 32, and one for 64. Using the installer, this wouldn’t matter, but because I’ve always used innounp to rip the files out of the installer, my version couldn’t decrypt anything, since the 2 files weren’t named properly. So, in conclusion, inside the “Options” directory within the main program directory, “DVDFabAddonDVD,1.exe” (which is the 32-bit exe) had to be named “DVDFabAddonDVD.exe”, and “DVDFabAddonBluRay,1.exe” became “DVDFabAddonBluRay.exe”. If I were a 64-bit user, I’d rename the “*******,2.exe” files.
I sincerely doubt anyone would actually make use of this, but there it is.

BTW, StormJumper, it’s “you’re”. :wink:


#7

Yo sorewinner

Not sure why you would want to go through that process of extracting the files from the installer rather then just double clicking on the installer to install the program, I guess there are still those of us who like doing things our own ways. :smiley:

Anyway glad to hear you got it figured out though and your up and running. :cool:
[B]SJ[/B]


#8

Oh my, support for Windows 8 already. I guess it’s time for Microsoft to make a few billion dollars more… :eek: