DVDFab 9.1.5.6 is out! (June 27, 2014)

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[B]DVDFab 9.1.5.6 is out! (June 27, 2014)

[/B]http://www.dvdfab.cn/download.htm

Note: The latest NVIDIA driver version 337.88 has some compatibility problems when converting with CUDA in DVDFab. Please roll back to the old driver version 334.89 or 335.23 if you are using the device (GTX 640/650/660/670/680/690/750/760/770/780/TITAN) that supports CUDA 3.0/3.5/5.0. Our developers and NVIDIA engineers are checking the problem. Thanks!

New: Improved support for DVD copy protections.
New: Added support to add customizable watermark in Ripper and Video Converter.
New: Improved Trim and Crop features in Ripper and Video Converter.
Fix: A failure problem that DVDFab could not detect IQS GPU with Intel® HD Graphics driver version 3621.
Fix: A freeze problem when compressing Blu-ray Full Disc to BD25 in certain cases.
Fix: A bad video problem when playing back the converted mp4/m4v files in iTunes in certain cases.
Fix: A failure problem when converting Blu-ray with DTS-HD Master Mono audio track selected in Ripper.
Fix: A failure problem when converting with protected ISO source in Ripper.
Fix: A failure problem when converting with 2-pass encoding method in Ripper.
Fix: A problem that the copied movies only have menus when backing up DVD main movies with command line.
Fix: Some minor changes and improvements.


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THX for the info,AGJ!:slight_smile:


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Thanks for the Link AGJ


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I’m not liking this new update. I don’t like what they did to the edit tab. I want to be able to set my movie to 16:9 or change it to 704 or 640 but now I can’t. How do I do this now, I’m using a PC using Windows 8.1


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[QUOTE=4kids4me;2731259]I’m not liking this new update. I don’t like what they did to the edit tab. I want to be able to set my movie to 16:9 or change it to 704 or 640 but now I can’t. How do I do this now, I’m using a PC using Windows 8.1[/QUOTE]
There is 16:9 and 4:3, what are 704 and 640?:slight_smile:


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[QUOTE=alan1476;2731265] what are 704 and 640?:)[/QUOTE]

Video resolutions…:slight_smile:

[QUOTE=4kids4me;2731259]I’m not liking this new update. I don’t like what they did to the edit tab. I want to be able to set my movie to 16:9 or change it to 704 or 640 but now I can’t. How do I do this now, I’m using a PC using Windows 8.1[/QUOTE]

By either the ripper or converter tab,you have to click the advanced option under the output profile in the left part of the screen,there you can change resolutions and other stuff…:slight_smile:


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[QUOTE=roadworker;2731270]Video resolutions…:slight_smile:

By either the ripper or converter tab,you have to click the advanced option under the output profile in the left part of the screen,there you can change resolutions and other stuff…:)[/QUOTE]
I was under the impression that 1920X1080 were video resolutions, even 800X600, but what does 16:9 have to do with it? 16:9 and 4:3 are Image aspect ratio, not video resolution, or so I thought, I am always learning new stuff.:confused:


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Alan, you are correct.


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Here’s a good read about resolutions and aspect ratio:



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[QUOTE=roadworker;2731281]Here’s a good read about resolutions and aspect ratio:


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphics_display_resolution[/QUOTE]

Hi RW, those links are common knowledge to anyone that has been making videos for any amount of time, but I still do not understand how you change 16:9 which is an Aspect Ratio to an ambiguous number like 704 or 640, did she mean 704X640 , I never heard of any device using that Screen resolution especially on Windows 8.1.

Originally Posted by [B]4kids4me[/B]
I’m not liking this new update. I don’t like
what they did to the edit tab. I want to be able to set my movie to [B][U]16:9 or
change it to 704 or 640[/U][/B] but now I can’t. How do I do this now, I’m using a PC
using Windows 8.1


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Perhaps 4kids4me can shed some light on this…I’m confused too…:bigsmile:


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704x480 or 705x480 are common resolutions for DVDs. Usually seen in DVD recorders, but other places too. Its interchangeable with 720x480 and can carry either a 16:9 display flag or 4:3. I suppose that 640x480 could also be used, but I can’t think why.


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[QUOTE=CDan;2731306]704x480 or 705x480 are common resolutions for DVDs. Usually seen in DVD recorders, but other places too. Its interchangeable with 720x480 and can carry either a 16:9 display flag or 4:3. I suppose that 640x480 could also be used, but I can’t think why.[/QUOTE]
We are talking about 704 or 640 just numbers, if the poster had said 704X480 I would have understood it was a resolution albeit a primitive one but a resolution none the less. what res can carry anything in a 640? I don’t know of one.


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[QUOTE=alan1476;2731307] what res can carry anything in a 640? I don’t know of one.[/QUOTE]

640x480 would be normal for a 1.33 AR. Common in media files. I can’t think of a reason to do it but you could convert a 16:9 image to that, with a 16:9 flag. It wouldn’t look too good but it would work. Maybe for some weird low res phone or the like?